In this show Dave and Scott are joined by Nic Tunney who discusses the essentials and key benefits surrounding developing using the Agile and Scrum methodologies.
They also discuss mobile development and the use of media queries and the release of the ValidateThis framework.
Listener questions (however obscure) are also answered in the "Ask CFHour" segment of the show.
In this show we take a look back at MAX. We talk about some of the things we enjoyed or were involved in. We talk about the show we recorded at MAX as well as the conversation we had with Adam Lehman. We also talk about the next dose of black magic we witnessed by the Photoshop people. Dave also talks about his presentation failure and what kind of went wrong.
We then go off to talk about doing mobile development with Dreamweaver and how we have transitioned to doing it with ColdFusion Builder. We talk about the Android and plugins that can be added to ColdFusion Builder to enable it to deploy Android applications. We then talk about the PhoneGap plugins that we just found out about. We also discuss the example application that Raymond Camden made with one of them.
We then talk about the developer release of Sencha Touch 2 and discuss out feelings on that. We also talk about Titanium and what it brings to the table.
We also talk about the fact that we need a producer. So, if interested contact us and we can discuss.
In today's show we start off by discussing Dave's dive into mobile with Dreamweaver CS5.5 and Flex. We then discuss Scott's theory of finite memory. We then talk about when you would either use built in parts of ColdFusion or go and purchase a 3rd party tool. Then we go into frame works. We talk about how frameworks do and don't make you better. After all that we answer a listener question and talk about NCDevcon and the book reviews we will be doing.
In this show we recap Dave's experience at cf.Objective(). Dave talks about the sessions he attended as well as how his talks went. We also talk about the 100th show recording and how that went. We then talk about the upcoming Adobe Developer Week that is coming June 20th - 24th.
After all that we talk about a new site called mobjectify.com. This site allows you to build mobile sites using jQuery Mobile right in your browser. This has to be one of the coolest things I have seen in a while.
In today's show we talk about some HTML 5 stuff. We also talk about the
Motorola Xoom and how it won't ship with Flash. Dave goes off a little
bit about some CFML stuff. We also talk about Dave's continuing
adventures with jQuery Mobile. Those are just the highlights; listen to
the show for more. We also welcome the beard and its current struggle
to become a sentient being.