Ronnie Swietek
I am a 24 year old web developer based out of San Diego, CA. I graduated from the Art Institute of San Diego in 2008. I love creating rich internet applications that use multiple technologies. When I am not working, I am often found playing modern warfare (now black ops), airsofting or working on my truck.
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    Build a Titanium Mobile Pizza Ordering App: Order CompletionTitanium mobile pizza app preview
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    Welcome to the fourth and final installment in our series demonstrating how to build a pizza ordering application with Titanium Mobile. In this tutorial, we’ll be creating the processing customer orders and e-mail the results to the pizza chef!Read More…
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    Build a Titanium Mobile Pizza Ordering App: Order Form SetupTitanium mobile pizza app preview
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    Welcome to the third installment in our series demonstrating how to build a pizza ordering application with Titanium Mobile. In this tutorial, we'll be creating the "Submit Your Order" screen.Read More…
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    Build a Titanium Mobile Pizza Ordering App: Topping SelectionTitanium mobile pizza app preview
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    In this multi-part tutorial series, I’ll be teaching you how to build a pizza ordering app with Titanium Mobile from start to finish. In this tutorial, we'll create the "Choose Your Toppings" screen.Read More…
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    Build a Titanium Mobile Pizza Ordering App: Crust SelectionTitanium mobile pizza app preview
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    In this multi-part tutorial series, I'll be teaching you how to build a Titanium Mobile app from start to finish. Specifically, you'll learn how to build a Pizza Shop app that will allow customers to order a custom pizza on the go. In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how to setup the project and create a "Crust Selection" screen.Read More…
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    Titanium User Authentication: Part 3Preview
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    Welcome to part three of user authentication using Titanium. Titanium is an open source cross-compiler that allows you to write iPhone and Android (soon to be blackberry too!) applications using Javascript. We will be using PHP as the server side code language, and my database will be MySQL. For this example, I am using MAMP to develop locally. In part three, we will cover adding a new window and passing our database results to it when a user logs in using custom events. This new window will represent your "Logged In" interface. If you haven't already read it, I highly recommend you start with part one.Read More…
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    Titanium User Authentication: Part 2Preview
    Welcome to part 2 of our 3 part series on user authentication with Titanium Mobile. Titanium is an open source cross compiler that allows you to write iPhone and Android (soon to be blackberry too!) applications using Javascript. No Objective-C required! We will be using PHP as the server side code and my database will be MySQL. For this example, I am using MAMP to develop locally. I strongly recommend that you go through the first part of this series before continuing if you haven't already. However, you can alternatively download the source from part 1, create the database table, and setup the PHP database connections on your own before skipping to this tutorial if you would like.Read More…
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    Titanium User Authentication: Part 1Preview
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    Welcome to part 1 of 3 in my little series on authenticating users with Titanium. Titanium is an open source cross compiler that allows you to write iPhone and Android (soon to be blackberry too!) applications using Javascript. No Objective-C required! We will be using PHP as the server side language in this tutorial and my database will be MySQL.Read More…