Tag Archives: HTML5

First personal #Win8 app published – toJSON, converting XML to JSON

Although its pretty small, I am happy to have my first app published in the Windows 8 store. I’ve been lucky enough to be working on Windows 8 projects almost exclusively since Build 2011, but I finally carved out some … Continue reading

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Talking about Windows 8 and WinJS on Yet Another Podcast

 Jesse Liberty was kind enough to invite me back on to his cleverly named podcast, Yet Another Podcast, to talk about the technology I’ve been focusing on lately, Windows 8 and WinJS apps. In Jesse’s own words: Talking with Adam Kinney, Independent Design … Continue reading

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Speaking about Blend for HTML at Stir Trek

I will be speaking at the Stir Trek conference  on May 4th, covering Blend for HTML.  This is the latest incarnation of Blend now rebuilt to support HTML, JavaScript and CSS. They’ve done a killer job and I’m excited to … Continue reading

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Cut the Rope in HTML5 is live

Its alive! Cut the Rope is now available in HTML5 on the web at www.cuttherope.ie I was fortunate enough to be a part of this project and am pleased to see it up and running. Hats off to ZeptoLab for creating a … Continue reading

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Talking about HTML5 on Yet Another Podcast

Jesse Liberty was kind enough to invite me back on to his cleverly named podcast, Yet Another Podcast, to talk about the technology of been focused on lately, HTML5. In YAP episode #48, we talk about the type of work I do as … Continue reading

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New Windows Phone “How Do I” Video Series

“How do I…do something new in and cool in Windows Phone ‘Mango’? This is Adam Kinney for Microsoft and today we’re going to answer that question by…” If you are new to Windows Phone 7 Development or you want to … Continue reading

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I’m doing the BUILD HIVE 2011 conference combo

I’ve been looking forward to the BUILD conference since it was announced.  Seeing the Windows 8 demo, with its fancy new Metro evolved look and the fact that new development technologies are on the horizon, makes me feel giddy at the … Continue reading

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The Book of CSS3 – take me to the future! …which is right now

The Book of CSS3, from Peter Gasston, is your ticket from understanding the long-lived CSS2.1 to the new world full of possibilities with CSS3. Yes, there are issues understanding which features of CSS3 have been properly recommended and are currently … Continue reading

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Throwing Stars – a new HTML5 game

Throwing Stars is a new HTML5 game where the goal is to throw a star across the sky and collect all of the sparkling tokens before you run out of stars. Of course it’d be too easy if there were just tokens … Continue reading

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On the Herding Code show talking about Silverlight and HTML5 (+ artwork)

Rick Barraza and I were guests on the Herding Code show talking about Silverlight and HTML 5. I decided to create a cover art for the episode, just to give it that extra love. Check out the show at herdingcode.com/?p=281 … Continue reading

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