Sending mail with PHP, PEAR & Godaddy

Sending mail with PHP, PEAR & Godaddy

I created a very small php file to send email messages which would get called from my app. Everything worked just fine testing locally, then I deployed it to my godaddy account and it wouldn’t work. If you try to goggle specific topics for info on getting something like PEAR PHP mail to work on …

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Sencha touch – IDE??

Sencha touch – IDE??

Being a Flex dev for a number of years and deciding that its about time I try out something new and seeing all the hype surrounding Sencha touch I spent a week too two weeks looking at it. It comes across like it is aiming at a very similar market to Flex so I was …

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Debugging facebook apps locally (web based ones)

Debugging facebook apps locally (web based ones)

If  you’re wanting to develop a facebook app then there is loads of helpful stuff out there to get you going. Specifically I’d start here if you’re interested http://www.adobe.com/devnet/facebook.html. But what they don’t tell you is how to debug your app without you having to FTP your files each time you change something. (If your facebook app is …

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Good day in the office – 1000’s of mobile apps built in a few hours!

Good day in the office – 1000’s of mobile apps built in a few hours!

Yeah its been ages since I’ve last blogged any code articles (got a few 1/2 done – honest!). Just been very busy in the past several months working with the crew from Jampot. Anyway check out this article where we headline in Engadget. Shows off our new product which can let you build an app …

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App story – on BBC site. Catch it live at MAX 2011

App story – on BBC site. Catch it live at MAX 2011

The application that I’m working on with the guys at Jampot has made the BBC news. Check out the article from the BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-15075450 Also the guys are heading over to the Adobe Max 2011 conference so you’ll be able to see it live and see how easy it is to create a mobile app …

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iOS – Mobile dev, make sure you flush when you’re done.

iOS – Mobile dev, make sure you flush when you’re done.

Developing for Apple’s devices can throw up a few little quirks that don’t happen when using Android devices. This one happens if you are using shared objects to store information between sessions. Basically, you should always call the flush mechanism whether you are adding more data to the shared object or if you are deleting …

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