A site containing information about each of my books.
This is my official page on Amazon.com. It lists all of my books plus pulls in an RSS feed of posts from this site.
Web site for my Apache Cordova API Cookbook, released in July, 2014. This book is an update to the code portion (part II) of my PhoneGap Essentials book. What was 150 pages in PhoneGap Essentials is expanded to almost 300 pages in this book. This is an excellent companion to Apache Cordova 3 Programming as well as an excellent compliment to the existing Apache Cordova API documentation.
Apache Cordova 3 Programming is a complete guide to developing applications using Apache Cordova 3. With this latest version of Apache Cordova, the team has made some pretty dramatic changes to the framework and this book is the first complete reference available to help guide you through the new changes.
The book describes what makes Cordova important, shows you how to install the tools then walks you through the process of using the CLI as well as the native SDKs as you work on your Cordova projects. With the emphasis on plugins that comes with Cordova 3, the book includes a chapter which shows you start to finish how to create your own plugins.
This book is a collection of mobile development articles from the View, a magazine for IBM Lotus Domino developers and administrators. I published 20 articles for this magazine and 16 of them are included in this anthology.
The web site for my third book: PhoneGap Essentials.
The site for my second book: BlackBerry Development Fundamentals.
This book is designed to help new or experienced mobile developers learn how to build mobile applications for the BlackBerry platform. The target audience for this book is developers who don’t know where to get started with BlackBerry development or developers who have dabbled a bit in BlackBerry development but still want to know more. It is my intention with this book to skip administrative topics and focus entirely on development related topics.
The web site for my book called "What Now? The Essential Guide for New Soccer Referees"
For a long time, I kept my Amazon Reading list on LinkedIn updated with all of the books I read or was planning on reading. With the recent changes on LinkedIn and their killing of all apps on their site, I had to find an alternative. Fortunately Amazon created something called Shelfari that I'm playing with. Check it out.
I have an SAP/Mobile related blog on the SAP Community Network site. I post topics here related to mobile and mobile development.
McNelly SoftWorks web site. It's the company I've had since the early 80's. The company currently produces software for sports officials and one book for new Soccer Referees.
A web site I created to hold information about a collection of utilities I created for Apache Cordova developers.