Posts Tagged ‘Mobile’

Building Mobile Apps with Appcelerator Titanium and the Salesforce REST API

This guest article by salesforce.com is a sponsored post. Appcelerator Titanium is an increasingly popular tool for developing cross-platform mobile applications, especially for enterprise use. In this tutorial, we’re going to track and display our location history with the use of the Salesforce REST API. REST APIs are accessible from any environment that can send […]

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Accessing Salesforce Data from a Windows Phone App

This guest article by salesforce.com is a sponsored post. Sample code for this article is available for download. Salesforce.com recently launched their toolkit for .Net which makes developing a Salesforce app from .Net a breeze. I’ll show you how to set up your Force.com Developer Edition (DE) environment to allow making API calls. Once set […]

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Building Native iOS Apps with the Salesforce Mobile SDK: Adding Push Notifications and File Sharing

This guest article by salesforce.com is a sponsored post. Introduction In this tutorial, we are going to utilize a couple of the latest features in the Salesforce Mobile SDK 2.1, which includes file sharing. Sign up for a Force.com account prior to going through this exercise. The benefit of file sharing for your iOS App […]

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Free Xamarin Studio and Free Chapters 1-4 Professional Android Programming with Mono for Android and .NET/C#

Last week Xamarin announced a new version of MonoDevelop called Xamarin Studio. We’ve been big fans of Xamarin and Miguel de Icaza’s work all the way back to the inception of the Mono project so we’re especially amped to see Xamarin release a Free Starter Xamarin Studio to bring this great mobile development tool to an […]

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Sending SMS Messages Programmatically in Your Android Application

Recipe 5.2 Sending SMS Messages Programmatically in Your Android Application Android Versions Level 4 and above Permissions android.permission.SEND_SMS Source Code to Download from Wrox.com SendSMS.zip In some situations you might want to programmatically send SMS messages in your Android application. For example, your application might monitor the current location of a user and automatically send […]

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All Wrox.com Wrox e-books DRM-free in 3 formats: PDF, Mobi, ePub

We have been gradually making improvements to the Wrox.com ebook selection over the last 1-2 years. Today, we’re announcing that all Wrox ebooks purchased at Wrox.com are now DRM-free AND available for download in the 3 major formats –  PDF, Mobi, EPub. So, when you complete a purchase of a "PDF" at Wrox.com, you’ll instead be […]

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Wrox 24-Hour Trainer Videos Now in Safari

In addition to the 247 Wrox books that Safari now has in the Safari Online Books subscription, Safari has also now added the videos to go with 12 of our 24-Hour Trainer books. So, if you have a Safari library subscription, you should now be able to read these books as well as watch the […]

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Writing Motion Detecting Apps in Flash for Android and iOS

Android and iOS devices have built-in motion detectors that enable programmers to capture the motion that occurs on a three-dimensional axis. This capability enables you to detect all sorts of user motions — tilting the phone, shaking back and forth, and rotating it in a circular fashion. This chapter introduces you to the Accelerometer and […]

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Creating Android Apps that Send and Receive SMS Messages and Send Email

Once your basic Android application is up and running, the next interesting thing you can add to it is the capability to communicate with the outside world. You may want your application to send an SMS message to another phone when an event happens (such as when you reach a particular geographical location), or you […]

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Using Sony Ericsson’s Project Capuchin Platform Services API in Flash Lite

The Project Capuchin Platform Services API library, which is referenced in this chapter, can be found at the Sony Ericsson Developers website at http://developer.sonyericsson.com. There you’ll also find demos of other mobile applications and tutorials and another cool community of developers. Project Capuchin Platform Services Overview “Project Capuchin is a bridging technology between Java ME […]

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