Posted on January 24, 2011 by cdelcol01
We finally have our first of many demo videos! For this first introduction demo we elected to show the PhoneGap training application showing off how we manage Geo Location enabled mobile applications. Rather then talk about it here, I’ll just let the video do the talking :-)
If you’d like to take The Ripple Mobile Environment Emulator for a spin, please visit our product site at
The PhoneGap Start application can be found here:
We have enhanced the PhoneGap Start application to gracefully handle a GPS time out, for that source code, please visit:
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Posted on January 21, 2011 by Pj Lowe
If you didn’t get a chance to swing by @chainsawsalon last night for the first KW Start-ups Recruitment and Information Session – you missed out!
A big thanks to Ernst & Young and Communitech for sponsoring the event and supplying all the beer and all-you-can eat poutine buffet. Another Big thanks goes out to Redwoods Media for hosting this event and making it a huge success! There were 9 start-ups present last night and over 160 local students from the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier, and Conestoga College. The students were given the opportunity to meet the Founders, CEO’s and CTO’s of many great startups!
If you missed the event – take a minute and check out these startups!
Redwoods Media (
InfiniDy Corp. (
Cyborg Trading Systems (
Canadian Cloud Computing (
Skillter Inc. (
Miovision Technologies Inc. (
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Posted on January 19, 2011 by Pj Lowe
A big part of why the tinyHippos team is so successful is our love for community involvement. Whether it is contributing to open source projects, speaking at conference or just demoing our product Ripple, the team loves to give back and spread the word on multi-platform mobile development!
Please join us to listen to our CTO, Dan Silivestru speak at Communitech’s new Mobile Peer2Peer series on February 23rd at the Communitech Hub at noon. Sign up is free!
Topic: The native app…is it dying? With all the fragmentation in the mobile marketplace, building mobile apps largely means 1 app per platform… will the native app survive? Are HTML5 Mobile apps the answer? With frameworks such as PhoneGap, Appcelerator, and browser/cloud based development, testing and deployment tools… They just might be.
Hope to see you there!
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