How your class can make iPhone apps without Objective C

I realised that my noughts and crosses jQuery implementation has a hidden bonus feature! I wrote it so that it would look different on a desktop to on an iPhone, with a different stylesheet depending on the screen size of your device. This has the effect of making a simple website look and behave like aContinue reading “How your class can make iPhone apps without Objective C”

Which type of Computing teacher are you?

During the holidays I visited my parents’ house, and in my old bedroom I decided to clean out the wardrobe. (This post does get better, I promise). In the wardrobe, I found an old CD of “My Documents” from when I was at uni, and amongst the hilarious documents on it such as the FlashContinue reading “Which type of Computing teacher are you?”