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The Breaking Development Podcast
25 minutes | Dec 18, 2013
Securing mobile - don’t ask them first with Adi Sharabani with Adi Sharabani
In this podcast, Jim and Adi discuss mobile security. There is more to it than just SSL, and SSL still leaves you vulnerable. We discuss mobile security from both a web and native perspective and talk about topics like HTTP Request Hijacking, HTTP Strict Transport Security, Certificate Pinning and more.
42 minutes | Nov 22, 2013
The Godfather of Responsive Web Design - Ethan Marcotte with Ethan Marcotte
In this podcast, Jim and Ethan discuss responsive web design, offline first, workflows and tooling, the merging of native and web, and much more.
45 minutes | Oct 9, 2013
Understanding How Stuff Works Together With Stephanie Rieger with Stephanie Rieger
What if we could find the way to make native and web work, so well together, that the fact that they weren’t equal didn’t matter? Stephanie and I explore the intersection of native and web along with how to integrate them in a way that provides for a great user experience and much more.
50 minutes | Sep 18, 2013
So Speed Is A Feature, Right? - with Ilya Grigorik with Ilya Grigorik
In today's podcast we listen to Ilya Grigorik's July San Diego Breaking Development Conference Talk titled "Optimizing the Critical Rendering Path: hard facts and implications." This is an incredible indepth look at the fundamentals of how the web works on mobile and its performance implications.
42 minutes | Aug 28, 2013
Applications Are Holding Us Back with John Allsopp with John Allsopp
In todays podcast, Jim speaks with John Allsopp about the struggles of getting beyond print, the idea of installable applications, the lightweight feeling of the web and embracing the constraints of the web as a strength rather than a limitation. We briefly discuss offline applications and how the native application paradigm is holding us back from reaching the full potential of the web.
39 minutes | Aug 15, 2013
Personal Area Networks with Mike Elgan with Mike Elgan
In todays episode, Mike Elgan provides a great case study of his mobile life as a digital nomad, how he envisions the future to be about personal area networks of mobile devices that interconnect and interoperate along with what works and what doesn't. We spend a brief time discussing his use of Google + as a blogging platform.
46 minutes | Jul 31, 2013
The Web Holds Itself To Higher Standards With Jeremy Keith with Jeremy Keith
In todays podcast, Jim talks to Jeremy Keith about the Open Web, IndieWebCamp, and attempts to get to the bottom of what exactly is a "web app."
39 minutes | Jul 10, 2013
Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview With Jono Bacon with Jono Bacon
In todays podcast, Jim discusses the Ubuntu Touch Developer preview with Ubuntu Community Manager Jono Bacon. We discuss the project goals as well as an overview of how to develop for Ubuntu Touch, with an emphasis on the HTML5 aspects of Ubuntu Touch app development.
54 minutes | Jun 19, 2013
The Mobile Web Is Dying And Needs Your Help By Paul Irish with Paul Irish
Developing for the mobile web is a wild west of exploring technique, quickly adopting browser standards, dealing with a legacy browser and tackling brand new browsers constantly. It's already a huge challenge to do it right, but still we're not taking it seriously enough. We're losing the battle and slowly losing the war. In this talk Paul will outline the current state of the mobile web as an application platform and what needs to happen to recover the platform we've invested our time and passion into.
37 minutes | Jun 12, 2013
Going Native - Difficulties in Building Web Apps with Mike Mahemoff with Mike Mahemoff
Jim discusses the difficulties in building web apps with Mike Mahemoff. We discuss some of the fundamental issues that pushed Player FM to release a native app over a web app as well as reiterate Paul Irish's point that the mobile web is in trouble. We spend some time discussing the state of the web in the shadow of both Google I/O and Apple's WWDC Keynote. Finally we discuss the issues around web app discoverability.
46 minutes | Jun 5, 2013
Offline Rules: Bleeding Edge Web Standards At The Financial Times With Andrew Betts with Andrew Betts
In the last couple of years a deluge of new web technologies have appeared, allowing for the creation of ever richer and more immersive web applications. The FT is one of the pioneers in the use of newly minted HTML5 technologies to build web apps that are virtually indistinguishable from native apps. But using these technologies is far from easy. I'll cover some of the compelling reasons for choosing HTML5 and investing in the web platform, with a focus on offline technologies that enable web apps to run without a network connection. The examples will feature real-life code from our FT and the Economist applications, so you know that the techniques here are applicable to large, complex problems.
34 minutes | May 29, 2013
The Ergonomics Of Software And Cross-device Design With Luke Wroblewski with Luke Wroblewski
Today Jim talks to Luke Wroblewski about cross-device design and the ergonomics of software. In today's world if your mobile strategy consists of deciding between web or native and you are still building for three categories: mobile, tablet and desktop, then today's episode is a must listen.
49 minutes | May 22, 2013
One Design to Rule Them All With Luke Wroblewski with Luke Wroblewski
From smartphones to tablets to everything in between, a wider variety of computing devices than ever before are being used to get online. These devices have different screen sizes and resolutions, input methods, and even different modes of use. Most organizations have responded to this new reality by creating separate experiences for new devices types: a separate mobile site, a separate tablet site, and so on. But today’s devices are blurring even these lines. The good news is you don't need lots of different Web sites to provide a great experience across all these devices. In fact, you only need one Web site with a multi-device design. The bad news is it requires a different way of designing and developing for the Web. Find out why and how in this talk from author of Mobile First, Luke Wroblewski.
36 minutes | May 15, 2013
Diving Deeper Into Cross-Screen Design With Cameron Moll with Cameron Moll
In today's podcast we take a deep dive into the topic of cross-screen design with Cameron Moll. What is mobile? What about context? Cross-screen design is about user experience, explore it with us.
58 minutes | May 8, 2013
Pitfalls and Triumphs of the Cross-Screen Experience with Cameron Moll with Cameron Moll
Oh, the elusiveness of "One Web". And yet, increasingly users treat the web as one experience — add a product to your cart from your phone during the morning commute, and finish the transaction in the afternoon at work from your desktop computer. This presentation will examine what's required to present a consistent, delightful experience to users regardless of where the experience begins, continues, and ends. You'll learn to avoid development mistakes committed by even the most seasoned among us, and you'll see plenty of examples from teams big and small doing it right.
28 minutes | May 1, 2013
Web Tools for the Open Web with Divya Manian with Divya Manian
Divya and Jim discuss web tools for the open web, some of the tools that the Adobe Web Platform team has created, and some of the open source projects like HTML5 Please and HTML5 Boilerplate. We end with a brief talk of SVG and some of the SVG tools that Divya's team is working on.
28 minutes | Apr 17, 2013
Blink and the Mobile Web is in Trouble with Paul Irish with Paul Irish
Paul and Jim discuss Google's transition from WebKit to Blink and then discuss why the mobile web is in trouble as well as what we can do to fix it.
46 minutes | Mar 27, 2013
Mundane Computing with Josh Clark with Josh Clark
This week Jim talks to Josh Clark where we discuss designing for devices that don't have a rectangular slab of glass for touch interaction, un-social devices, and Internet connected refrigerators and so much more.
36 minutes | Mar 6, 2013
Responsive Ads with Matthew Snyder and Timo Pietila with Matthew Snyder and Timo Pietila
This week Jim talks to Matthew Snyder and Timo Pietila, of Responsive Ads, to discuss the issues and complexity of responsive ads today.
30 minutes | Feb 20, 2013
EnquireJS with Nick Williams with Nick Williams
This week Jim talks to Nick Williams, the developer behind Enquire.js, about Enquire.js, .NET programming, server side UA detection and mobile performance.
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