Monthly Archives: April 2014

EWD.js Training Course: Friday May 30th – Sunday June 1st 2014, Fairfax VA

For those who are interested in learning EWD.js, particularly in relation to modernising VistA, I’m running a course in Fairfax VA just before the WorldVistA Community Meeting: this 3-day comprehensive course runs from Friday 30th May until Sunday 1st June, 2014, and will be held at George Mason University.  You can register by clicking here. […]

Developing Applications for the Chromecast using EWD.js

I described how Google’s Chromecast device works in my previous article.  In this article, I’ll explain how to use the new Chromecast extensions for EWD.js to build your own Chromecast applications. Preparation The first thing you’ll need to do is install EWD.js or, if you’re already using EWD.js, update it to Build 54.10 or later. […]

Chromecast: Understanding its Potential beyond Video Streaming

Google launched the $35 Chromecast into the US market in July 2013 and it became available in the UK in March 2014.  It’s primarily marketed as a device for streaming video to your TV, and, as such, is usually compared with the Roku streamer, Apple TV and the new Amazon Fire TV. Once you look […]