Projects

Added on 10/12/2014
This is meant to be a highly reusable, efficient CRUD (Create, Update, Delete) example application. The core functionality is written in JavaScript, using AngularJS. My goal was to only use server-side technologies for interaction with the database.

Added on 02/12/2014
This application was meant to be an introductory experiment into the consumption and display of RSS. It leveraged a 2012 experiment in display of RSS via JavaScript.  This app was written using PhoneGap Build, HTML, JavaScript, and YQL.

Added on 02/12/2014
This app was meant to be a second experiment into leveraging of JSON APIs. It uses Kimono to bring in the soup menus of Milwaukee restaurants.  Once it brings in the restaurants’ daily offerings, it displays them in a handy form.  This app was written using PhoneGap Build, HTML, JavaScript, and Kimono.

Added on 02/23/2014
This is meant to be yet another experiment into leveraging Kimono.  It takes in a feed of all of the episodes of Security Now (which does not normally exist) and displays them in an attractive format.  This project used PhoneGap Build, HTML, JavaScript, and Kimono.

Added on 02/23/2014
This is meant to be another “Joe scratches a personal itch” app.  I essentially took my notes from my the Network+ class I took at the Milwaukee Area Technical College and made an app out of it.  This project used PhoneGap Build, HTML, and JavaScript.