Here is my GnuPG / PGP public key:
F79E FDED 6BAC 4B7D C436 A838 9B5A 929A C7A3 F555
Either copy from below or download it from here.
Mobile Application for Travis CI™
tl;dr: Mantis CI, is a free app (available for both iOS/Android) that attempts to be a mobile-optimized client for Travis CI. Please install them and share your feedback.
Quite recently I managed to wrap the same HTML5 app into an iOS app as well, thanks to detailed guides at PhoneGap and a lot of good questions on StackOverflow.
It was a good experience in trying to the do similar things that worked on the Linux/Eclipse/Android on to the Mac/Xcode/iOS.
Click on the buttons above to download the app from one of the stores. Also you could find out more about the apps and get to the open source repositories etc. from here.
Below is a short (self-centric) story behind these apps. :-)
I am now a proud owner of a brand-spnking new Macbook Pro, thanks to my dear wife’s birthday gift last week ! :o)
And she did not spoil any fun; kept it a closely guarded secret until the midnight hour birthday cake!.
I love you, dear wifey! :)
You must watch this amazing TED video
Thank you, Kiran…
I happened on this tweet from Sven Fuchs (@svenfuchs) yesterday:
And that was so delightful a read, I thought I will linklog it from here.
Have been playing around with Ember.js quite a bit lately and it’s been real good fun. I have been trying to put together a PhoneGap/Cordova based Android app, for the awesome, open source, continuous integration application - Travis-CI. It is really in its pre-natal stages, but you could see whatever I’ve been doing here.
And I implemented a splash screen for that app using the below technique.
The first time I heard about Twitter Cards is from the GitHub blog entry announcing they have implemented it for all the GitHub respositories. And if you haven’t heard about them, go to either of those posts and you’d get a quick overview.
Anyways, since the time I read that blog, I have been thinking of trying to implement it here on this blog as well as on the other website I’ve been actively maintaining lately - flickrdownloadr.com. Finally got around to doing it yesterday on the static pages at flickrdownloadr site (even though I am still waiting for Twitter to approve my site).