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Bill Scott and Theresa Neil are ace UI designers that hosted an O'Reilly Master Class that deep dives the principles and patterns for rich web interfaces. Here's a chapter from their new class that d...
Google Buzz brings status updates, links, videos and other shared features into the Gmail interface. If you've updated through Facebook or Twitter you'll be comfortable with the process: enter a quick...
Answered by ujas| Mar 20 2013 08:57 AM
Actually, I have the same question, as I have always wanted to teach programming to my daughter. Unfortunately, she got interested in accounting majors and thus, I have never managed to achieve my goa... full answer >
One of the more useful (from a developer standpoint) features coming in iOS 4 (formerly iPhone OS 4) is the UIAutomation tool. This lets you run an automated set of tests against an application, and ...
Answered by Landoncorton| Nov 02 2010 10:29 AM
I believe that G wave was a huge flop!
I think that there are too many ways to communicate already and new systems like this are just becoming part of the white noise. If you are a student of te... full answer >
Answered by techmajesty| Dec 04 2012 09:53 PM
Well, I can safely say I did the opposite. My company makes me carry an android phone. The Samsung Galaxy S it seemed like a nice thin phone. However I don't carry it anymore. Instead I forward to... full answer >
Learn SQL and put your data models in a database
Android has an excellent persistence system; use it to make your applications more robust in case of failure or shutdown, and to make s...
Answered by DaveEveritt| Feb 04 2011 01:40 AM
Since Google Gears is now deprecated, what are the favoured options for this kind of sync? I know CouchDB can be used for this, but I suppose each solution has its ideal applications (and adherents), ... full answer >
Wrote up a post on Gear Diary comparing printed technical books to PDFs and ePub books on the iPad. Thought that everyone would like photos comparing a printed page vs. what the iPad experience is. Lo...
Answered by simonstl| Oct 01 2009 05:27 AM
Your technology needs will vary dramatically by what office you're running for, and assuming you're in the U.S., the legal issues will vary by state (and whether you're running for federal... full answer >
The Android Market has upped its success rate in recent months. When I search for an app I've used on the iPhone/iPod Touch side, I typically find an equivalent Android application around 50 percent o...