Thursday, March 18th, 2010
One of the qualms of instruction is that often you must depart an ongoing project and return to it asking, “What was I doing? What had I planned?”
This is why persistent weblog use is a good thing. (And Literary Arts journals. I thank Jesse Abbot for the use of that term in order to tank the term “creative writing”). In any event I’ll be digging back into the frameworks issue by creating templates in Tinderbox for output across the publishing ecology and considering the validity of Objective C in the project and available XML Android adaptation. Then there’s jQuery.
The big question is this and if you have suggestions I’d love to hear them. Let’s say you’re a writer or a developer and you want to make your project available to readers and users of multiple devices:
1. Is the solution to build on the web?
2. Is the solution to build on the device specific paradigm?
3. What’s the essential question as it would seem that application developing appears to be crunching toward androgyny?