John Schulz
John has been in Web Development since 1999 and is skilled in both server-side languages (Perl and Ruby) and client-side technologies (JavaScript, HTML, CSS). His skills lie not at the extremes of graphic design or server administration, but in the middle where people actually interact with a site. He strives to make that interaction as intuitive and pleasant as possible. He is currently employed at OmniTI.com and is increasingly doing Canvas, SVG and mobile development.
Tutorials
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    Appcelerator SDK: Adding Shake, Toggle, and Random Strings to Fortune CrunchAppcelerator fortunecrunch2 preview
    This tutorial picks up where our Introduction to Cross-Platform Development With Appcelerator tutorial left off. You will refactor the original tutorial code for maintainability and learn how to extend the functionality of the application by causing the cookie to break with the "shake" gesture, toggling the broken/unbroken state, and displaying pseudo-random strings to the end-user. In addition to the Appcelerator SDK, you must have both the iPhone SDK and the Android SDK in order to test your code on both platforms. Read More…
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    Introduction to Cross-Platform Development With AppceleratorAppcelerator icon
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    This tutorial will introduce you to the Appcelerator development process. You will learn the fundamentals of touch-interaction and UI positioning while becoming familiar with the Appcelerator development environment and build process. Your project in this tutorial will be a simple "Fortune Crunch" application like the one built in the "Introduction to iPhone SDK Development" tutorial by Mark Hammonds. You must have both the iPhone SDK and the Android SDK in order to test your code on both platforms. Read More…