Here is a quick little Google Maps example running in PhoneGap, You can copy the example index.html from this post.
The idea of this “app” is to get the user’s current location using the inbuilt PhoneGap “navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition”. Then input the longitude and latitude into a Google Maps API image source so the user can see their position. Obviously by itself it’s pretty useless, but the basis of this is pretty clever, and can lead to some great ideas.
Image is a coded version of the design by Richard Tabor
I finally got around to adding a “labs” section to my site, found here. I still need to finish the design, but the temporary design is okay for now.
Of course you could always send me some design’s or ideas if you’d like them visualised and coded into a “working example”, I’ll appreciate it.
If I happen to use one of your designs, I will always (try my best at least) to tweet you or contact you to let you know I have coded it. If this is a problem and you would like it removed, simply ask, I will.
While I’m here, I’ll mention that I’ve updated the RSS feed to a FeedBurner Feed, so you could resubscribe if you wanted.
I have all these links as bookmarks, but I decided I’d upload them all like this.
I guess it helps incase the designs change.
I warn you, this might be quite pic heavy!
Book cover design, More to come soon…
Nice little search form snippet I created using HTML and jQuery. I don’t know if it’s the best coded, theres probably a better way, but it does the job.