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Appcelerator Mvc Example

So as promised, I am diving deeper into my Appcelerator Mvc framework. In this post I will give more complex examples on how to use my framework in conjunction with joli so you can truely see how to integrate my framework in a complex, data-driven application. If you haven’t read over the basics or how […]



Appcelerator Mvc in Marketplace

Hey, I just wanted to get it out there that my Appcelerator Mvc implementation is up in the Appcelerator marketplace. It has some bug fixes and improvements over the original example I gave here. This week I plan on writing the more in-depth tutorial for using the framework so that should give some better examples […]



Appcelerator Mvc : Routing

Now that we have went over the basics of my Appcelerator Mvc implementation, we can move onto more advanced features. For this post I will focus on routing. The post should be fairly short since the routing is fairly straight forward. As I mentioned in the first post on this framework, I borrowed heavily from […]



MVC for Appcelerator

I was recently tasked to create a mobile app at work. Since I had never worked on a mobile app (not counting web-based apps), I started searching for a cross-platform framework. To make a long story short, I settled with Appcelerator. I have run into some issues while working on my app but for the most part […]



AutoMapper in javascript

Just like the title says, I created a small javascript implementation of AutoMapper. Because I am cool like that I am calling it jsAutomapper. This is a very, very basic implementation and only has a few of the functions from the original framework but it is more than sufficient for my needs. I am working […]



Simple jQuery + MVC Plugin

So I needed to create markup via javascript and json which could be easily picked up by MVC’s default model binder. This plugin takes in json and changes its structure so non-array nodes are changed to have value, id, and name members. I ended up not using json but I could see that I may […]