This weekly bunch of digital resources targets one topic: mobile application development with HTML5.
This weekly bunch of digital resources is quite eclectic. The awesome hongkiat.com website provides four UX methods to enhance Persuasive Design, and 12 free, beautiful and usable WordPress themes, which is still useful for many of us.
And for more analysis and reading, I share blog posts about Social Media and EdTech. First, slate.com gives some clues regarding how the Facebook Feed is implemented and, more important, who are its stakeholders. Second, @Rachelle Dene Poth writes about some tips and tools she uses to get connected with her students in a fluent way.
This weekly digital resources post is quite unusual because I provide only four links (however you know that less is more) and they concern topics I have almost never covered: quiz (in French, sorry 😛 ), multimedia (photos, videos, music) editors, Excel and Android apps.
Feel free to give feedback, post a comment with your resources, or ask for support, help or suggestion about digital stuff.
Aside, I’ve read an interesting benchmark with advantages and drawbacks of the two main current databases management systems: “relational” (RDBMS) and “NoSQL“.
Here are some questions from a quiz published in the first week of the ‘Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems‘ online course (MOOC), delivered by Coursera.[QTL-Quiz id=1]
11 resources for building mobile apps with HTML5:
- Installable Web Apps with the WebApp Manifest in Chrome for Android
- Field Guide to Web Applications
- Tutorial: Developing a PhoneGap Application
- Apache Cordova Tutorial
- PhoneGap From Scratch: Introduction
- Best Practices for a Faster Web App with HTML5
- Building Mobile Apps with Kendo UI
- HTML5: Vibration API
- HTML5: Battery Status API
- HTML5: Network Information API
- Build Mobile Apps with Sencha Touch
Thanks to @codecondo