Last week I launched my first YouTube video with Get to the Point.
This week, I’m taking a step further.
Starting January 8th at 8pm CST, I will be kicking off my new YouTube livestream: Script Unscripted.
Pilot Series: Playing with Cordova
The goal for the series will be to build a project that allows me a single set of source code, with multiple builds for web, Windows Phone, and Windows 8 applications.
Oh, and I’m going to try and only use a command prompt and enhanced text editor. As in, no Eclipse or Visual Studio if I can help it.
Here is the planned schedule, but being that this is a bit of an experiment, it may change:
- January 8, 2015: Warming up to Cordova
- Setup a base Cordova project and become familiar with the Cordova CL
- January 15, 2015: Marking a Cordova App
- Build an application and start making somethign that actually does something.
- January 22, 2015: Getting Responsive-ble with Cordova
- We learn a bit about debugging and we make our UI responsive with jQuery Mobile.
- January 29, 2015: Plugging in Screipt with Cordova Plugins
- Every database application needs a camera…right? We do this with Cordova plugins and discuss some of the limitations.
Or, just subscribe by heading to the channel: David Wesst – YouTube
As I continue to figure out how to best integrate video and streaming into my work, I hope to produce some cool content in the process to share with everyone.
I hope to see one of these Thursdays if not all of them.
Interested in learning Mobile Developmentm, but not so much with Cordova? Or is Cordova CLI a bit too deep in the water? Not a problem! Check out these free courses at the Microsoft Virtual Academy that can help you get some foundational knowledge about Mobile and HTML Development outside of my YouTube series.
- HTML5 Development courses teach you about Universal Apps along with HTML5 Game Development, which is a much friendlier way to warm up to HTML5 applications.
- Mobile Development courses cover all topics ranging from the basics of mobile development to using Cordova in Visual Studio.
Check out the courses at the links above and start your adventure in HTML and Mobile development!
Thanks for playing. ~ DW