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location Colombo, Sri Lanka
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I'm an avid programming enthusiast and developer and I'm Oracle certified on Java SE & ME (OCJP and OCMAD). Also proficient in Python and VB. Hates but uses UML a lot. Kinda great on C++ development. And just started and doing well on QML Cascades.

I'm a huge fan of BlackBerry 10 and have submitted 6 apps (most of 'em native) for BB10 (Roshnal Lihinikadu - BlackBerry World) and currently developing a lot more.

Also I'm a seasoned Android developer (Cuibono Studios) & also develop for Ubuntu (Sukaro).

As for non-technological things, I love books, movies and music videos a lot. Hates sports.

Me on twitter: @roshnal15

Foursquare: Roshnal Lihinikadu


Dec
14
asked What is the starting point for Ubuntu app development?
Dec
12
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
@Abdurahman Thanks for the link! That helps a lot... :)
Dec
11
awarded  Commentator
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
Ah! Got it now.. Thanks for the tip! But I think for the moment, I'll use Play with Java for the Web App and learn Python when I have more time. Is Python good for developing apps for platforms like Ubuntu? Or more for Web Apps?
Dec
11
awarded  Scholar
Dec
11
accepted Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
Thanks a lot! I guess for the time being, I'll go with Play. Are there any special benefits (in contrast to Java) from learning Python (for both Web and Desktop)?
Dec
11
awarded  Supporter
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
I checked out both-- and both looks promising. If I'm going to develop a WebApp that's similar to (UI and usability only. Not the functionality) to Gantter , what do you think would suit me best? I'm more-than-average fluent in Java and know a little Python.
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
@MahmoudHossam Yeah you bet! I certainly am very confused with Django code :D
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
I think you didn't get it.. I wanted a framework and/or a language to start Web App development. I only stated Vaadin as an example. The JQueryMobile you said looks really nice and promising, but at the moment, I only need to create Web Apps that will work on a PC browser. Anyway thanks a lot for your help! :)
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
Ah now understood. I guess I would choose PHP and create my Web Apps. Another thing-- how can I do all the calculations (like in J2EE, the Servlets) in PHP? Is it in the scope of PHP? And also can you please post some nice frameworks to get started (most importantly with nice UI components)?
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
I already develop Android Apps. So I am looking for a way to create Web Apps for the apps I already have in the Android Market. And what did you mean by "..Just have your Java/Django/PHP/whatever app spit out markup that utilizes the special JQuery Mobile html elements and incorporate the framework's wide array of list views, forms, etc. and you're good to go..."?
Dec
11
awarded  Editor
Dec
11
revised Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
Added more information
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
OK. Came close to understanding :) Thanks a lot anyway! See my edited question.
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
Thanks for the pointers! But does CodeIgniter (or PHP for that matter) do the server-side processing? And the UI?
Dec
11
awarded  Student
Dec
11
comment Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?
What exactly do you mean by "..separating your webapp code from UI but it does not do the UI for you.." ? Sorry, I'm not much familiar with web development.
Dec
11
asked Are there any Web Frameworks for beginners?