When it comes to creating mobile applications there is still no argument that native is without a doubt the best approach. But if you are trying to recreate the Great Wall of China, using nothing but a bucket and spade, Appcelerator could be your light at the end of the sand filled tunnel.
With a little help from Threesy
While working with Three.js on CubeWall and various other projects and experiments I often found myself getting a little frustrated having to repeat various tasks over and over again.
I have always found myself wanting to play around with 3D ever since Flash’s 10.0 player release gave us 2.5 3D but up till now I have only ever managed to skim the surface. So I figured it was time to delve deeper
Rule those unruly events
When working on small-scale projects, applications or experiments I prefer to take on a ‘do it yourself’ attitude and try to leave third party libraries well alone wherever possible. This may be a daunting thought at first but it will give you a more intricate knowledge of how things work.
With NodeGarden & ParticleWall
When getting to grips with a new programming language it’s easy to feel lost and confused; like standing at a busy cross road in a foreign county not knowing which way to turn, getting no help from your iPhone and funny looks from the locals.