Talk:Developing Google Reader client for Series 40 with Web Tools
Hamishwillee - Thanks for the competition entry
In terms of the app UI (ie does not affect judging of article) I found it odd to have the Back button as something I needed to scroll too - might be worth adding a toolbar with a standard back button?
As a rule I find these "how I created a whole app" articles less useful than "how I did specific action" - simply because documentation on specific tasks is more hidden. That said, you've done a fine job. My thoughts on "further improvement":
- I would make would be to extend the section on password manager to explain how this works - there doesn't appear to be anything much useful in the reference documentation and its not obvious from the code itself. This might therefore be worth its own article and a link
- Did you use the Codiqua drag'n drop tool on jQuery mobile or constructed it from scratch. If so it is worth saying that you used this - and how you went about integrating it with the wgt framework.
- If you have something to say on the topic, might be worth explaining why you used the jquery mobile rather than the Nokia UI components, and what the cost/benefit of doing so is
05:41, 1 August 2012 (EEST)
Wmseto - Cloud Preview?This is cool. I am able to use local preview and see the JQuery Mobile framework, but with Cloud Preview, the style is not showing. Any ideas?
22:18, 1 August 2012 (EEST)
Eetomla - Improvement ideas
Hamish: Thanks Hamish for the editing and ideas. Indeed it makes sense to spin off some of those articles as their own since there are much more I'd like to write about more specifically.
23:56, 2 August 2012 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Thanks
Thanks Tommi - spinning off those articles would be great.
03:30, 6 August 2012 (EEST)