Here's an example of using the excellent pouchdb-find plugin's (https://github.com/nolanlawson/pouchdb-find) regex features. I couldn't really find a good example in the documentation, but looking at the source code we come up with something like this: https://gist.github.com/dvas0004/a67f1093bc323d7556ed Note that the $regex command cannot be run on an indexed field, so this will be a slow query … Continue reading Nugget Post: Pouchdb-find regex example
Most of the other non-native frameworks that I've used so far are often very good, but lack low-level connectivity modules such as bluetooth (though they pretty much do anything else...). So while hunting around for what I might be able to use for developing a bluetooth app, I ran across SL4A - scripting language for … Continue reading SL4A + Python 4 Android : Bluetooth and Webviews example
WebRTC is an exciting feature in newer browsers. It allows you to transfer any data between two peers. In conjunction with HTML5 elements like the <video> tag, it enables browser-to-browser audio and video conference calls ... with no extra plugins or help needed, it all lives in your browser. You can check out a demo here: http://www.webrtc.org/demo The … Continue reading Got 15 minutes? Easy webRTC android app in 3 steps!
As promised in my previous blog post, in the following series of articles I will try to document the highs and lows of an android HTML5 application. Development is still ogoing, in fact the app is morphing from a simple RSS reader to something like a "web content explorer app"... the latest version includes the … Continue reading Android : Developing HTML5 apps part 1