Published: Nov 4th, 2011
I’m not a native developer. I didn’t get a computer science degree and I didn’t cut my chops on an Apple IIe. I’m a good architect, though, and end up developing human-friendly Web applications. I’m able to do so because I understand narrative.
Published: Nov 1st, 2011
WebGL is based on the OpenGL and OpenGL ES APIs which power the graphics behind many modern desktop applications and most mobile device platforms (like Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android). With WebGL, web developers can finally harness the power of your computer’s GPU.
Published: Oct 28th, 2011
Google+ took off like a rocket. It only took 16 days for the social media platform to reach 10,000,000 users. Now Google+ has launched pages for businesses, organizations, and institutes. What […]
Published: Oct 25th, 2011
The stage in which a designer takes a project concept from a client and puts it into a visual form can be a tricky one.
Published: Oct 21st, 2011
As a long time Windows user recently converted to Mac, I’m surprised that I don’t miss more programs than I do. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer hasn’t run natively on Apple’s operating system since 2003.
Published: Oct 18th, 2011
Information security is a hot topic nowadays. As a web programmer, I am responsible for making sure the web applications are as secure as it can be. When I work with […]
Published: Oct 14th, 2011
In some people’s minds, there are big differences between a web site and a blog. Websites seem to be considered a more serious vehicle, while blogs tend to be thought of in a less serious, or even frivolous, manner.
Published: Oct 13th, 2011
A glitch in the Facebook Like feature can lead to your audience sharing links that go nowhere. Here’s how it occurs – and how to fix it with an .htaccess rule.
Published: Oct 11th, 2011
A few days ago Google announced a very exciting addition to their Google Analytics (GA) service: Real-Time user tracking.
Published: Oct 8th, 2011
When I meet with clients to discuss building a new Web application, the first question I ask is always the same: “What’s the process?”