Posts Tagged ‘app’

Creating Rich Clients with Apache Pivot

Sunday, May 19th, 2013

Apache Pivot is a modern framework to create rich clients as desktop applications or to run in a web browser.

It offers nice GUI elements, supports XML/WTKX templates, data bindings, JVM scripting languages and much more.

In the following short examples I’m going to create a desktop application to open a file browser, select a file and output the selected file’s name, first using a programmatic approach to create the user interface, and afterwards using XML/WTKX templates.

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Confluence User Profile Mobile vCard Plugin released

Saturday, June 18th, 2011

I’ve released a new plugin for the popular Confluence Wiki that extends the user profile with new tab that displays the user’s vcard as a QR code.

This allows an easy import of address data from Confluence to your smartphone.

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How to create an Android App using Google’s App Inventor

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Today we’re going to take a look at Google’s App Inventor feature that offers programming-novices a nice possibility to enter the fabulous world of Android App programming without deeper knowledge of the API or complex SDK installations.

So lets build some stuff ..

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