Patterns, Best Practices & Tips (Boydlee Pollentine)

  • April 15, 2013 · 7:30 PM

Boydlee will come over from the UK to give us a run down of the history of Titanium from a developers perspective - from the early dark today's to the brilliant product we all know and love today. Along the way he'll share some of the insights he's learned and pass on some tips, tricks and best practices that you can take away and use in your own Titanium development projects.

Boydlee Pollentine

Boydlee has spent the last 10+ years working for large corporations and government departments in Australia, as well as successfully running a software development company for a number of years. He now owns and runs a small digital and mobile agency based in Norwich called Tipsy & Tumbler with his partner, Hannah.

An early adoptor of Titanium, he is also a Titan, TCAD and has spoken at numerous events including Mobile Monday and London Titanium. He was also the organizer of the first community run conference in Valencia, Spain and is currently organizing similar events in Australia and the US.

He's also written two books about Titanium development: Appcelerator Titanium Smartphone App Development Cookbook and Patterns and Best Practices.

imgZine

The event will take place at the offices of imgZine. A very successful, Dutch company powered by Titanium. They've built a platform for publishing real time social magazines. I'm sure you know DNP... well, it's done by imgZine, on Titanium!

 

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  • Boydlee

    That good Android design patterns blog I'd suggested but lost the link to.. well - I found it again! It's a good sharp overview on what you principles should guide your Android designs and what resolutions to target.

    http://blog.mengto.com/how-to-d...­

    April 17, 2013

  • Richard Daniel L.

    It's been great again to meet and learn, share and discuss. Boydlee's perspective's invaluable as a cross check to know where we are standing and learn useful practices. It would be great to have a meetup on the issue of data persistence and synchronisation. Another topic I'd love to be discussed is advanced javascript patterns and choices on inheritance, OO and procedural coding. Great! Let's keep it up!

    April 16, 2013

  • Gertjan S.

    I liked it! Looking forward to the next, I'll be there.

    April 16, 2013

  • Oscar K.

    I liked the presentation. Heard some usefull tips!

    April 16, 2013

  • Wytze

    Good stuff, I concur with Nico and Fokke. Would love if there were a followup with patterns and practices at the level of creating windows, cross-platform navbars, scripting or not scripting stylesheets, data storage and sync, etc.

    1 · April 16, 2013

    • Nico V.

      I agree with Wytze. And as for storage that would be interesting. Haven't spent much time in that yet. But my current ap built up 167 videos and 167 images and that is a lot file handling. Could be interesting to see if a database was a better (or future) solution.

      April 16, 2013

    • Nico V.

      I guess I'll just have to experiment with it and get the nack of it.

      April 16, 2013

  • Boydlee

    Really good group, really sharp questions. Titanium obviously alive and well in the Netherlands!

    1 · April 16, 2013

  • Fokke Z.

    Get Boydlee's slides at: http://www.rvl.io/boydlee/best-...­

    April 16, 2013

  • Fokke Z.

    A great interactive session, good questions, sharp answers!

    1 · April 16, 2013

  • Nico V.

    Interesting and educational. Picked up a few things I did not know and a few that confirmed I was on the right track.

    3 · April 16, 2013

  • Remko P.

    Sorry, can make it...

    April 15, 2013

  • Ronald T.

    Good to see our pals from the UK in Amsterdam already!

    April 4, 2013

  • Sarat C.

    Bought Boydlee's book last month would love to attend

    April 3, 2013

  • Fokke Z.

    So, fire away... what issue do you need a trick for from Boydlee? :)

    April 2, 2013

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