I’m pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast, titled Progressive Web Application Development has been published to all of the major podcast networks.
In this episode, which is the eighteenth on the show, I’m joined by Tara Manicsic who is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) and works for Progress Software, the company behind Kendo UI. We discuss everything from where applications are headed and how they can function effectively as PWAs.Read More
I’ve been developing applications both as a hobby and professionally for quite some time now. I’ve released top ranking mobile applications to the various app stores and even sold the rights to applications.
One question I get asked quite a bit is in regards to how I come up with those ideas and execute on them for a successful release. Being a solid developer is one thing, but having a solid plan is another.
I’m going to share my process so you can be more successful with your web and mobile application releases.Read More
There are a lot of different ways to develop mobile applications. On my first two podcast episodes I discussed some of these app development solutions, but this time I’m doing a followup on one in particular. In this episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast, guest speaker TJ VanToll and I are going to take a deeper look at Telerik NativeScript, who should be using it, and what separates it from the other frameworks that exist.
TJ VanToll is a Developer Advocate for Telerik and is working on making the NativeScript framework a success for developers and enterprises. In Episode #5: Developing Mobile Apps with Telerik NativeScript, we’re going to cover everything that can be covered without actually looking at code. I ask TJ questions that I often receive on my blog as well as at events.Read More
Recently I found myself needing to copy data from one Couchbase Server cluster to another. More specifically I needed to copy production data to my local instance so I could play around with it. This could be accomplished by backing up and restoring remote data in my local instance.
The problem is that I had never done this before.
Now I know what you’re thinking, doesn’t this guy work for Couchbase? The answer is yes, but I very rarely work with production data or find myself in this scenario.
We’re going to take a look at backing up and restoring Couchbase bucket data.Read More
To help kick off the new year, I wanted to announce that I am creating a podcast titled The Polyglot Developer Podcast that will be released to iTunes as well as Pocket Casts.
You might have some questions regarding this, such as:
Let’s break it down and get everything cleared up on why you should care about the free podcast that I’m publishing!Read More