The making of a Code Flower using Martin Himmel’s DragonWarriorJS OpenSource project.

Thanks for presenting at last week’s RubiABQ Marty! 

From Stephen Cussen who is an active member of the Cocoa Conspirancy team that developed the Abiquiú Artcard iOS app.

http://abiquiustudiotour.org/app.html

Some of the iOS dev team are also members of the RubiABQ meet up group (and they are always happy to welcome new members :-)

And we have a little bit of a crossover with the “From Zero to Twitter Bootstrap & Zurb Foundation on a Rails Backend” presentation in that some of the backend data is based on the Abiquiú Artcard iOS app development that the Cocoa Conspiracy team developed.



The video of the presentation is here: http://youtu.be/jbdqa7TRWGU

The github repository is here: https://github.com/scussen/artcardbackend

The README in the repository also has a link to the slide deck on Slide Share.
From Stephen Cussen who is an active member of the Cocoa Conspirancy team that developed the Abiquiú Artcard iOS app.
Some of the iOS dev team are also members of the RubiABQ meet up group (and they are always happy to welcome new members :-)
And we have a little bit of a crossover with the “From Zero to Twitter Bootstrap & Zurb Foundation on a Rails Backend” presentation in that some of the backend data is based on the Abiquiú Artcard iOS app development that the Cocoa Conspiracy team developed.
The video of the presentation is here: http://youtu.be/jbdqa7TRWGU
The github repository is here: https://github.com/scussen/artcardbackend
The README in the repository also has a link to the slide deck on Slide Share.