Core Data based iOS app written in Swift iPhone
NFC point of Sale apps in PhoneGap and NodeJS based API server HTML5 iPhone Android
Version 2 of Energy Data Visualisation web app - HTML5, D3 and SVG graphics for a large energy company HTML5
Updates to Hospital and Ward rating app - 3 PhoneGap apps Editing apps and published to Google Play store and Apple App store iPhone Android Blackberry
Version 1 of Energy Data Visualisation web app - HTML5, D3 and SVG graphics for a large energy company HTML5
Job referring application - 2 PhoneGap apps using Zepto for Brighton / Australian based company iPhone Android
Chat and Dating app - Titanium iPhone Android upgrading SDK and in-app purchasing module for a Brighton Based Media company
Instrument interface for hardware device - HTML5 and SVG graphics HTML5 iPad for a hardware company in Burgess Hill
Ecards for Christmas - HTML5 and Canvas HTML5 for a large charity
Hospital and Ward rating app - 6 PhoneGap apps Editing apps and published to app stores iPhone Android Blackberry
Chat and Dating app - Titanium iPhone Android for a Brighton Based Media company
Upgraded 3 PhoneGap apps to Cordova 2.2 - including plug-ins iPhone Android Blackberry
Customer Feedback with QR code scanning - PhoneGap iPhone Android Blackberry for a London Based company
TV Guide app iPhone Android Blackberry for Ocasta Studios
WiFi Hotspot Location app iPhone Android for Ocasta Studios
Help and Support app Android for Ocasta Studios
Some Previous Work Around the web
Note: Due to the fact that many of my projects are companies that win a contract and then hire me to complete that contract, I am not always able to freely link to the work I do. Please contact me if you want to chat about my previous projects.
Author of dbug
for iPhone and iPod touch
I wrote dbug in Appcelerator (Titanium). The application allows you to examine CSS, selected HTML, doctype and header information on nearly any website, using a unique mobile interface.
The best way to explain it is to say it is a bit like firebug for iPhone, although it is way more causual than that.
Visit the dbug website.