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There has been much cross-over between web development and application development in recent years. The biggest trend being the increase in web-based applications. Whilst many would argue that it’s the rise of the cloud, and of faster...
/ / Nov 7, 2012
In the U.S. election day is finally here. People across the country are heading out to vote, with many U.S. citizens resident abroad having already cast their ballots. Polls emerging in the U.S. suggest the race is tight in key states, but are...
Now the lights are coming back on in New York, a lot of our regular readers may be feeling a little nostalgic for cosy intimacy of the flashlights and candles. Lighting affects us like nothing else. Warm, orange colors seem to increase the temperature...
With Hurricane Sandy still lashing the North East of America, Google was forced to modify its launch event for the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 products, yesterday. The superstorm has already claimed more than 40 lives in the Caribbean, and...
Since the launch of Google's Penguin update in April, sites that rely on black-hat link building including purchased links and link exchanges, have had their page ranking penalized. The question has been, exactly how is Google deciding if...
Now that the dust has begun to settle on Mozilla's go-stop-go launch for Firefox 16, the company is able to turn its full attention to the next release; Firefox 17. Mozilla's adoption of the rapid release program means that when Firefox 16 was...
If there is an issue more likely than the fold, to cause web designers to draw battle lines and pick sides, we're yet to hear of it. The fold is a concept derived from print design, specifically broadsheet newspaper design. Newspapers have a literal...
Mozilla's Firefox has been slowly losing market share since its peak in mid-2009. Prior to the establishment of Google's Chrome, Firefox was the only real alternative to the much despised Internet Explorer. Its market share has been radically...
Creep up behind the nearest SEO specialist and whisper "Penguin!" in their ear. Now watch as they cough, splutter and start to turn grey. Why? Well, like a horror film villain, Google's Penguin has refused to die; it's back and this time it's...
The one ECMAScript it's still okay to like, JavaScript has in recent years shrugged off its 'under-powered', 'bloated' and 'incomplete' labels and grown into the universal go-to solution for front-end scripting. Go to your drawer and pull...
We're all familiar with the parable of the ugly duckling; spurned by its peers for being too ugly, it is miserable throughout the winter, only to discover in the following spring that it is in fact a swan. The moral of the story being that it's what's...
/ / Oct 4, 2012
Facebook is a stupid name for a social media site. Facebook: a book of faces; a directory of the cool kids; an elitist tome to which most of us, with our thick-rimmed glasses, obscure music taste and high school hangups will never be invited. Facebook...
Yesterday, Adobe used the keynote slot of their 'Create the Web' event in San Francisco to preview what they hope, will be the next generation of tools that you and I use to build the web. For those of us not lucky enough to be in the hall with them,...
The 2012 Olympic Games are soon to start, and there are a growing number of bloggers and websites, especially those from the social media sphere, raising awareness to the controversial role branding is playing in London 2012. The London...