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  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 21, 2015

    The Dojo Toolkit Blog
    Dylan Schiemann
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:15 am
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration No updates last week. Core New pull request to address issues with timeout test cases Address issues with URLSearchParams README updates eviewed updated lang.isObject to work in ES6 Crypto No updates last week. dom README updates started Improved delegate() selector matching performance Discussion: Should delegate include the delegation root when matching selectors? dstore Further updates to PR to Convert…
  • Planning for Feedback: Three User Thursdays

    Pathfinder Software
    Bernhard Kappe
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:11 am
    There are many excuses for not getting feedback from users and customers: They'll steal our intellectual property They'll reject it if it's not perfect It takes too much effort and is too expensive (Secretly) We're afraid of being proved wrong If we talk to them, we may have to change what we're building, and it's too late for that. We don't have time In our experience, the value of getting feedback from users far outweighs the risks and inconvenience. As the graph from the Standish report highlighted in the eBook
  • Google just bought the Alphabet.com domain from BMW

    Ajax World
    AJ
    10 Aug 2015 | 10:31 pm
    While we’re all still processing the sheer awesomeness of Larry Page’s post announcing abc.wtf, I mean abc.xyz, Google’s lawyers have been busy securing the actual domain where the new holding company will reside, which, of course, can’t be anything other than Alphabet.com. A few news outlets picked up on the fact that Bayerische Motoren Werke aka BMW was the … Continue reading Google just bought the Alphabet.com domain from BMW →
  • How We Designed And Built Our First Apple Watch App

    Smashing Magazine
    Alex Komarov
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
      One sunny morning in the summer of 2014, I was sitting in a café having just finished an hour-long call with my remote team. Scheduling that call had been a messy exercise: we live in different time zones and it was hard to find a time that worked for everyone. I wanted to make dealing with time zone differences less painful. I had some free time on my hands, so I pulled my notebook out and started playing around with an iWatch app idea. Yeah, you read that right — 2014 and iWatch, before a watch had ever been announced.The post How We Designed And Built Our First Apple…
  • Even More 10.1 / 5.1 Features

    The Isomorphic Software Blog
    Jason Hardy-Smith
    24 Aug 2015 | 9:46 pm
    Our next release – 10.1 / 5.1 – is getting close. We talked about some of the upcoming features in an earlier blogpost. Here are a few more to wet your appetite further …   Server-side Support for Relative Date The RelativeDate system allows end users to express criteria as relative to the current date, which is very useful for saved searches and other applications.  New support for server-side decoding of RelativeDates allows automated processes that don’t involve a browser to execute saved criteria that involve RelativeDates.     Snap to Align While…
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    Pathfinder Software

  • Planning for Feedback: Three User Thursdays

    Bernhard Kappe
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:11 am
    There are many excuses for not getting feedback from users and customers: They'll steal our intellectual property They'll reject it if it's not perfect It takes too much effort and is too expensive (Secretly) We're afraid of being proved wrong If we talk to them, we may have to change what we're building, and it's too late for that. We don't have time In our experience, the value of getting feedback from users far outweighs the risks and inconvenience. As the graph from the Standish report highlighted in the eBook
  • A Fully Functioning Agile Shop in an FDA Environment

    Mitchell Posada
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:27 am
    As an application and software development project manager at Pathfinder, I’ve been on the front lines of many product development processes, and I’ve witnessed both the successes and obstacles that cross the development path. Working with Agile Method lends itself to a fast-paced development cycle, but challenges can easily sneak up on you and throw a project off track. In order to stay ahead of possible snags, I suggest keeping an eye out for some common problems and tackling them as soon as they arise.
  • Lowering Risk Using Agile and Lean Methodologies

    Mitchell Posada
    20 Aug 2015 | 4:52 am
    We asked Jacque Harper, User Experience Architect of Pathfinder to write a post with his perspective on the space: Several common types of risks in software development can be mitigated by using Agile, Lean and a user-centered development process. In this post, we will look at three types of risk: Risk of Poor Design, or the Wrong Features Risk in the Marketplace Risk of Unknown Factors Risk of Poor Design, or the Wrong Features This is the risk of building a feature or function that customers will not
  • The Growing Significance of Bluetooth BTLE in Healthcare

    Mitchell Posada
    20 Aug 2015 | 4:28 am
    Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE), also known as Bluetooth Smart, is a wireless computer network technology that allows Bluetooth-enabled devices to "talk" to each other over a short distance. Compared to a standard Bluetooth connection, BTLE runs on far less power and has only about about one-half of the range (15 meters or 50 feet), but offers most of the connectivity. This makes it ideal for medical devices that need to run on limited power supply, typically in the form of a button cell, for months, or even
  • The Growing Landscape of Medical Apps in Healthcare

    Mitchell Posada
    18 Aug 2015 | 5:24 am
    Handheld medical apps are changing the healthcare landscape. While medical devices with embedded software have been around for over two decades, the advent of smartphones with touch screens, smart Bluetooth technologies and internet connectivity has brought about a tsunami of apps designed for every purpose, from monitoring body temperature to measuring heart rate. Today's medical apps are becoming increasingly smarter, multifunctional and user-friendly. In the past, healthcare and life science companies concentrated on manufacturing medical equipment and devices for hospitals and doctors.
 
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    Ajax World

  • Google just bought the Alphabet.com domain from BMW

    AJ
    10 Aug 2015 | 10:31 pm
    While we’re all still processing the sheer awesomeness of Larry Page’s post announcing abc.wtf, I mean abc.xyz, Google’s lawyers have been busy securing the actual domain where the new holding company will reside, which, of course, can’t be anything other than Alphabet.com. A few news outlets picked up on the fact that Bayerische Motoren Werke aka BMW was the … Continue reading Google just bought the Alphabet.com domain from BMW →
  • SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition receives 700 applications in one week

    AJ
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:45 am
    Transportation doesn’t usually get people super excited or cause uncontrollable media storms, that is unless that transportation is based on a crazy white paper written by Elon Musk. Only a week ago SpaceX announced a pod competition (no, not a pod race, but thanks for the Jar Jar image, NBC) that would take place in … Continue reading SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition receives 700 applications in one week →
  • Google unveils new AdSense logo, begins AdSense branding refresh

    AJ
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:37 am
    I noticed a new icon in my Chrome tab this morning and after a brief investigation learned that the new icon represents a new Google AdSense logo. Not sure yet how I feel about it, but it’s certainly more distinctive and modern and less generic than the old-school version. Maybe Google’s next step will be … Continue reading Google unveils new AdSense logo, begins AdSense branding refresh →
  • Twins or Not? Microsoft keeps pushing Azure via simple viral sites

    AJ
    10 Jun 2015 | 10:58 pm
    Having spent some time playing with Microsoft’s new Twins or Not tool, I’ll admit–it’s addictive.  The hilarity of the face recognition results, along with the viral nature of the app, will surely propel the new site to the top of Alexa ranks, which is exactly what happened to Microsoft’s previous app called How old am I … Continue reading Twins or Not? Microsoft keeps pushing Azure via simple viral sites →
  • The Upper Peninsula of Minnesota

    AJ
    26 Dec 2014 | 4:14 am
    During a Christmas vacation binge of How I Met Your Mother (we’re already on Season 6), I couldn’t help but get distracted by Marshall’s story in the Desperation Day episode about his family spending time in the Upper Peninsula when he was a kid.  Something didn’t sit right with me as soon as I heard that story.  It’s a known … Continue reading The Upper Peninsula of Minnesota →
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    Smashing Magazine

  • How We Designed And Built Our First Apple Watch App

    Alex Komarov
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
      One sunny morning in the summer of 2014, I was sitting in a café having just finished an hour-long call with my remote team. Scheduling that call had been a messy exercise: we live in different time zones and it was hard to find a time that worked for everyone. I wanted to make dealing with time zone differences less painful. I had some free time on my hands, so I pulled my notebook out and started playing around with an iWatch app idea. Yeah, you read that right — 2014 and iWatch, before a watch had ever been announced.The post How We Designed And Built Our First Apple…
  • Responsive Upscaling: Large-Screen E-Commerce Design

    Christian Holst
    25 Aug 2015 | 3:57 am
      The responsive design revolution is truly upon us (if it hasn’t already happened!), and even though e-commerce websites haven’t picked up responsive design quite as aggressively as in other industries, it’s becoming increasingly popular. So far, most of the responsive design thinking has revolved around covering the range of experiences from mobile to desktop. Yet little attention has been paid to the opportunities for expanding that range beyond the standard desktop screen, to create an experience optimized for modern large-scale displays.The post Responsive Upscaling:…
  • Typographic Patterns In HTML Email Newsletter Design

    Anna Yeaman
    24 Aug 2015 | 12:44 am
      Last year I read Jan Constantin’s post “Typographic Design Patterns and Current Practices” and straightaway wanted to do something similar with email. At the time I was studying responsive typography on the web, trying to break down the websites I liked in order to understand what made the typography work so well, then attempting to apply those findings to email design. After seeing Constantin’s work, I also wanted to explore how other email designers were handling responsive typography. So, I amassed 50 emails across various industries that I think do a good job with…
  • Web Development Reading List #100

    Anselm Hannemann
    21 Aug 2015 | 1:16 am
      What's happening in the industry? What important techniques have emerged recently? What about new case studies, insights, techniques and tools? Our dear friend Anselm Hannemann is keeping track of everything so you don't have to. The result is a carefully collected list of articles that popped up over the last week and which might interest you. Starting from today, we are happy and honored to feature a bi-monthly web development reading list here on Smashing Magazine. Now it should be a bit easier to stay up to date. — Ed. Welcome to the one hundredth edition of the Web…
  • What A/B Testing Taught Us About App Store Optimization

    Anna Pratskevich
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:24 am
      1.5 million apps in Apple’s App Store and another 1.5 million in Google’s Play store. That’s a lot of apps, and for a growing number of mobile users. An average user in the US will download only three new apps per month (at best), according to comScore’s “US Mobile App Report.” Competition in the App Store is fierce, and if an indie app developer wants to get noticed, having an amazing product is no longer enough.The post What A/B Testing Taught Us About App Store Optimization appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
 
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    The Dojo Toolkit Blog

  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 21, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:15 am
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration No updates last week. Core New pull request to address issues with timeout test cases Address issues with URLSearchParams README updates eviewed updated lang.isObject to work in ES6 Crypto No updates last week. dom README updates started Improved delegate() selector matching performance Discussion: Should delegate include the delegation root when matching selectors? dstore Further updates to PR to Convert…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 14, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    17 Aug 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration We had a lengthy discussion over class declaration vs. composition, and options for implementing a solution that is convenient and flexible for both developers and the generated code using decorators. Core Landed PR for Object.assign Landed PR for improving request tests README updates Crypto No updates last week. dom New PR for Improved delegate() selector matching performance Test for delegate selector…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 7, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    10 Aug 2015 | 6:01 am
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration Class declaration is an approach to replace dojo/_base/declare. Given the need for something that will work well with both TypeScript and JavaScript, options for mixins and traits have been explored. We are currently working on a prototype using TypeScript decorators. Core Overall, the core package is near alpha complete. Core contains APIs for feature detection, asynchronous and streaming operations,…
  • Dojo Autumn 2015 Events

    Dylan Schiemann
    9 Aug 2015 | 5:45 am
    There are a number of Dojo events this autumn. Some of these events are still tentative, so we’ll add links once they are confirmed. We hope to meet you at one of these events. Let us know if there’s an event you would like to host in your area. Conferences Conferences we’re planning to attend and/or deliver talks. Connect JS, Atlanta, October 16-17 FullStack, London, October 26-28 HalfStack, London, November 13 CSS Day, Phoenix, December 6 Meetups London Ajax, London, September 9 London Ajax, London, October 13 CambridgeJS, Cambridge, November 9 Training Workshops Intern.
  • Case Study: OpenXT

    Dylan Schiemann
    6 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    This post continues our series of interviews with users of Dojo. This time, we interview Rob Moran who worked on OpenXT during his days at Citrix. OpenXT is a type 1 hypervisor. VM Networks Q: How did you first learn about Dojo? A: We first learnt about Dojo while researching front-end toolkits and frameworks. We were looking to implement a new system to bring some modularity to an existing enterprise grade JavaScript project. Q: Why did you choose Dojo? A: We specifically needed a tool which had a resilient UI framework. We were impressed with how easily we could trivially extend UI…
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    The Isomorphic Software Blog

  • Even More 10.1 / 5.1 Features

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    24 Aug 2015 | 9:46 pm
    Our next release – 10.1 / 5.1 – is getting close. We talked about some of the upcoming features in an earlier blogpost. Here are a few more to wet your appetite further …   Server-side Support for Relative Date The RelativeDate system allows end users to express criteria as relative to the current date, which is very useful for saved searches and other applications.  New support for server-side decoding of RelativeDates allows automated processes that don’t involve a browser to execute saved criteria that involve RelativeDates.     Snap to Align While…
  • Outdated performance perceptions driving your mobile strategy?

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:52 pm
    Looking back, there was a time when mobile specific apps were necessary. Browser technology wasn’t quite there, and the first smartphones just didn’t have enough oomph. But we have come a long way since then …   Let’s look at the iPhone. Since the first release in 2007 to the release of the iPhone6 last year, according to Apple, speed has increased 50x. Most independent reports say this is more or less correct. If we consider just this improvement, something that used to take 15 second would now take 0.3 seconds. Just that alone makes a huge difference.    …
  • A Better User Experience (and a Sneak Peek at the Next Release)

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    7 Apr 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Our next release  (SmartClient 10.1 / Smart GWT 5.1) is still a little way off, but we would like to share some details. We also want to give you the opportunity to play with some of the BETA (pre-release) features. This blog will focus on user experience. However, there will be more blogs about other aspects of the 10.1 /5.1 content, so please look out for them.  *** One important point … upgrades to 10.1 and 5.1 are FREE to those who have already purchased 10.0 / 5.0. *** So, without further adieu, let’s talk about user experience … Building an application that…
  • A single codebase for all devices?

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    6 Feb 2015 | 5:20 pm
    With smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices becoming more and more prevalent in Enterprises, development organizations are often advised to design, build, test and maintain applications for the desktop, and repeat these tasks for every operating system (iOS, Windows, Android, etc.) and individual devices (iPhone 6, iPad, etc.). However, this rapidly becomes unsustainable. Our last customer survey confirmed that the enterprise web applications you build are mostly accessed via desktop. The drivers for this are the tasks being performed, the volume of data involved, and the types of…
  • When did you last hear these 3 little words from your end users?

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    6 Jan 2015 | 3:23 pm
      Since you are reading this blog, I think it is reasonable to assume you have a decent understanding of what it takes to build a web application. I would also bet that your end users have said at least one (all?) of the following when describing a web application you developed for them: “incomplete” “unintuitive” “not user friendly” / “takes too many clicks to do anything” “too slow” “doesn’t work on my iPhone / Adroid / tablet” If you have been tasked with delivering a complex web-based application that end users actually want to use, you will…
 
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    DHTMLX Blog

  • How to Use DHTMLX Gantt Chart with FireBase Platform

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    25 Aug 2015 | 1:29 am
    In this post we’d like to share the instructions that will help you to use dhtmlxGantt with Firebase. For this we developed a special adapter that you’re welcome to download from github. Firebase is a powerful platform that provides API for data storage and real-time synchronization, and the server where the data is stored. Moreover, it includes user authentication, static hosting, and more. Firebase adapter for dhtmlxGantt: what for? Some time ago real-time sync of web apps was a cool feature, but today it’s a must-have. The changes that are made in the app will be synced…
  • Gantt, Scheduler and Suite Documentation is Available in PDF

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:21 am
    We are glad to inform you that now you can download dhtmlxSuite, dhtmlxGantt and dhtmlxScheduler docs in PDF format. You may find the download links at the end of this post. PDF docs contains handy contents as bookmarks, and also a clickable contents at the beginning of the docs. Download dhtmlxSuite documentation Download dhtmlxGantt documentation Download dhtmlxScheduler documentation Tweet
  • Updated PHP Connector and Laravel Support Added

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    12 Aug 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Good news for those who use or is planning to use DHTMLX with PHP back-end. PHP Connector is updated to let you use it with the latest versions of popular PHP frameworks (Codelgniter, Yii and CakePHP). What is more, we’ve added the integration with Laravel framework. Major changes dhtmlxConnector for PHP is adapted to a new logic and new API of Codelgniter, Yii and CakePHP frameworks; connectors can be installed through Composer, no need for manual file copying anymore; models are used for controller’s configuration (Yii, CakePHP, Laravel); dhtmlxGantt is added to each tutorial that…
  • Support of dhtmlxSuite 3.6 and Old Browsers Can Be Stopped [Poll]

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    5 Aug 2015 | 5:54 am
    We want to inform you that we are planning to stop supporting the old versions of our dhtmlxSuite library. It concerns the versions 3.6 and lower, and IE6, IE7. Here are the reasons of this decision: 90% of appeared problems in 3.6 are already fixed in 4.x. Technologies are developing fast, so we’re unable to provide proper support of 3.6 for new browsers, new devices, etc. Necessity to support old browsers (IE6, IE7) thwarts the progress. Our components may obtain more cool and modern features but they hardly can be supported with old IE browsers. We highly recommend those who still…
  • dhtmlxSuite 4.4 with Support of MS Edge and Updated Skin Builder

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    23 Jul 2015 | 3:22 am
    The testing of recently released beta version hasn’t shown any problems, so today we’re glad to present an official release of dhtmlxSuite 4.4. Since last update that was a month ago, we haven’t added any new features, but set another goal – prepare the library for a new browser, Microsoft Edge, that will be released in a week as a part of Windows 10. Anyway, we’ve fixed the known bugs and made some performance improvements. Full what’s new list can be found here. New Features in Skin Builder DHTMLX Skin Builder is an online tool for creating a custom skin…
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    ②ality – JavaScript and more

  • Logging variables via an ES6 tagged template

    Axel Rauschmayer
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:49 am
    This blog post shows how you can use a tagged template to log variables more efficiently. In order to understand it, you should be familiar with ECMAScript 6 template literals and tagged templates. For an introduction, consult chapter “Template literals and tagged templates” of “Exploring ES6”. The problem: redundancyIf you want to log both name and value of a variable in a traditional manner, there is redundancy: let tmp = 123; console.log('tmp='+tmp); // Output: // tmp=123 Even a template literal doesn’t help: console.log(`tmp=${tmp}`); The solution: a tagged templateThe solution…
  • Is “Isomorphic JavaScript” a good term?

    Axel Rauschmayer
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:05 pm
    A recent trend in the web development world is to use JavaScript on the server to assemble pages there, with the same code that is used to manage them in the client. That lets you initially see content faster, especially on mobile devices and helps with search engines. How are we supposed to call code that runs on either server or client? Michael Jackson doesn’t like a recent proposal: So Charlie Robbins suggested that the term “Isomorphic JavaScript” might be used to describe JavaScript code that “can execute both on the client and the server”. And nobody knew what the hell it…
  • Five little-known facts about ES5 object literals

    Axel Rauschmayer
    20 Aug 2015 | 6:06 am
    This blog post describes five little known facts about ECMAScript 5 (ES5) object literals: ECMAScript 5 has getters and setters Trailing commas are legal You often don’t have to quote property keys You can use reserved words as unquoted property keys Using objects as dictionaries is surprisingly tricky ECMAScript 5 has getters and settersECMAScript 5 supports getters and setters. You can create them either via property descriptors or via object literals: var obj = { get foo() { return Math.random(); }, set foo(value) { console.log('SET foo = '+value); }, }; Let’s use obj in a REPL: >…
  • Converting ES6 Maps to and from JSON

    Axel Rauschmayer
    17 Aug 2015 | 8:12 am
    When you have key-value data whose keys you don’t know in advance, it’s generally better to store it in an ES6 Map than in an object. But how do you convert Maps to and from JSON? This blog post tells you. Background knowledge: More information on ES6 Maps: chapter “Maps and Sets” in “Exploring ES6”. More information on JSON: chapter “JSON” in “Speaking JavaScript”. Arbitrary Maps as JSON via Arrays of pairsIf a Map contains arbitrary (JSON-compatible) data, we can convert it to JSON by encoding it as an Array of key-value pairs (2-element Arrays). Converting a Map to and…
  • Getting started with ECMAScript 6

    Axel Rauschmayer
    6 Aug 2015 | 7:48 am
    This blog post helps you to get started with ECMAScript 6 (ES6): It explains how you can interactively try out ES6. It lists ES6 features that are easy to adopt, along with how those features are coded in ES5. Trying out ECMAScript 6There are three simple ways to play with ES6: Web browser: use the online Babel REPL, an interactive playground that compiles ES6 to ES5. There is nothing to install with this option. Command line: use babel-node, a version of the Node.js executable that understands ES6 (and internally compiles it to ES5). It can be installed via npm. Various JavaScript engines:…
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    Blogs - .Net

  • Official MS Edge Support in UI for ASP.NET AJAX

    Rumen Jekov
    26 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    <em><em>The Q2 2015 Service Pack 2 release of Telerik UI for ASP.NET ​AJAX brings official support for </em><a href="https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/microsoft-edge" target="_blank"><em>Microsoft Edge</em></a><em>. <br /> </em><br /> <img title="Rumen blog image" alt="Rumen blog image" src="//d585tldpucybw.cloudfront.net/sfimages/default-source/default-album/rumen-blog-image.jpg?sfvrsn=0" displaymode="Original" /></em> <h2>What Does This…
  • API Testing with Telerik Fiddler

    Eric Lawrence
    20 Aug 2015 | 10:14 am
    <p><em>Fiddler has long been the <a href="https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&amp;btnI=I%27m+Feeling+Lucky&amp;q=fiddler+api+testing#q=fiddler+api+testing&amp;hl=en">tool of choice</a> for developers and testers who are building and verifying APIs exposed over HTTP(S). In this post, we&rsquo;ll explore the existing features Fiddler offers for API Testing and announce new capabilities we&rsquo;ve released in Fiddler 2.6/4.6.</em></p> <h1></h1> <h2>Composing API Calls</h2> <p>The…
  • Sydney TAFE Students Build Childcare App with Telerik

    Cameron Marsland
    17 Aug 2015 | 12:47 pm
    <em>&ldquo;With only 16 weeks to complete our major project. Kendo UI framework sped up the development process immensely whilst providing a clean, modern and professional looking UI.&rdquo; &ndash; Carmelo Giuliano</em> <h2>About Sydney TAFE (<a href="http://sydneytafe.edu.au">http://sydneytafe.edu.au</a>)</h2> <h1> </h1> <p><img title="Sydney TAFE Gate sml" alt="Sydney TAFE Gate sml"…
  • Create an Objective-C Bridging Header for UI for iOS

    Michael Crump
    13 Aug 2015 | 7:01 am
    <p><em>If you're like me, you've probably already started writing a Swift application to start learning the new language and to get familiar with what it provides. As you are writing the Swift app, you will quickly find that you will need to use an Objective-C framework, but where do you start? This blog post aims to show you how to use the <a href="http://www.telerik.com/ios-ui">Telerik UI for iOS </a>in your next Swift app in just a few minutes.</em></p> <span style="font-size: 14px;"></span> <h2>Create Your Swift…
  • Fast Track Your Hybrid App Development Project

    Ed Charbeneau
    11 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    <p><em>In the first part of this series we learned about mobile web application strategies and techniques like Responsive Web Design. Now, let&rsquo;s take a look at how hybrid applications fit as a solution for mobile development. </em></p> <p> Creating a hybrid application is an approach that allows you too reuse your web development skills and deliver cross platform mobile applications. Hybrid applications use a browser bundled inside of a mobile application known as a <strong>WebView</strong>. Using a WebView enables mobile apps to be built…
 
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