OData is popular these days and a protocol that is very easy to use. It’s a way to expose a model in a resource oriented way to clients. There’s support for Windows Phone 7, Silverlight and Windows but not Mono for Android. Now that I have grown a liking to Mono for Android I thought it might be cool to convert an existing version of the OData client library to a Mono for Android version.
- Using C# to take pictures with your Android phone
- Prototyping mobile applications
- Mono for Android memory management tips
- Making java libraries available to Mono for Android
- Designing cross platform mobile apps
- An introduction to ADO.NET Entity Framework code-first
- Integrating video into your website
- Learning Rails part 3 - Using RSpec
- Learning Rails part 2: Guard yourself
- Learning Rails part 1: Things to get you started
- Monotouch by example: Working with the keychain
- A quick tour of Windows Azure Mobile Services
- Getting a proper version of Ruby running on your Mac.
- 5 Important CSS best-practices to improve your webapplications
- 3 Tips to get you up and running with Calabash-Android
- Xamarin.Android by example: Monitoring the network status
- Mac OS X Mountain Lion and Wi-Fi internet using a KPN Experia Box
- Dynamic JSON processing in WinRT
- My talk about Windows 8
- Running Windows Phone 8 emulator on Mac
- Orchard advanced topics: Working with features
- Mono for Android by example: Building universal apps
- Mono for Android by example: Working with list adapters
- Orchard advanced topics: Insiders look at shapes and templates
- Run your Android apps in highspeed on the emulator
- Building apps on Windows Azure –A whole different kind of scalability or…?
- Welcome in 2012, the year of clouds
- Lap around the new Mono for Android 4.2 release
- Adding async/await support to your Mono for Android projects
- Making CSS development LESS evil
- Improving the Web API routing system\u2013Part 2
- Improving the Web API routing system
- About that other hobby
- TechDays 2012 session video is online
- Mono for Android by example: The action bar
- Techdays 2012 session slides are online
- Introduction of the Journeys app
- Designing or engineering software
- Developers and creativity
- Data-access quicky - A micro mapper
- Don’t invent it your self: 5 great CSS frameworks to rock your website
- Hello I’m a hybrid
- WCF RIA services tips: Using resource files
- Our Geeknight11 presentation on Youtube
With C# as the language of choice for a good part of my career, I think .NET deserves a good spot on my weblog. Everything related to .NET and mono is dropped here.
Occasionally I build mobile applications using Xamarin or other native technologies. I write mostly about Android development as that is the place I started developing for. You will find other platforms here too.
Everything that I could not find another place to put it. This is the spot where you will find random posts on random things I experiment with.
When not programming I photograph. I really like landscapes, particularly dutch landscapes. I spend a lot of time on taking photographs and editing them to get the best out of the photographs.
Occasionally I speak at events. Information on talks that I’ve published online, videos and other stuff is published in this category.
One of the subjects I really like in computer science is web applications. This category ranges from building REST APIs to Ruby on Rails.