Truth be told, the current web is strongly focused in social with sharing and collaboration as one of the most sought-after values in a web application. If you like the idea of sharing stuff with friends and co-workers but need just a little more privacy than the offered by apps like Twitter, Facebook and Google what-was-that-name-oh-yeah-plus, read on to discover 5 private social networks that might have gone under your radar.
It’s resource time and here’s the August round up that left a plethora of responsive and HTML5 resources, like a responsive grid with golden proportions, HTML5 Boilerplate 2, fluid width videos, images and even responsive sliders. Read on!
A little late, yes, but here’s the July round up of some cool web design resources like a voting system for HTML 5 videos, an introduction to HTML 5 canvas, why Google doesn’t take meta keywords into account, free icons and more.
The product landing pages have been streamlined over the years to be simple yet providing a compelling experience to the potential buyer. The examples exhibited here showcase the product in one single page where buyers can find information about the product, testimonials, social proof and of course, a big fat button to buy the product!
Moleskine launched their official app in Apple’s App Store. You can add notes, images or sketches and notes can be shared, geotagged or emailed. But is it good?
Blogsy is a very interesting app for bloggers who want to work on the go with the iPad. It makes use of gestures and the overall touch environment to convey a great tool for blogging integrating it with a variety of web services and blogging platforms.
WordPress has embraced the mobile revolution from the first moment. We have apps for iOS or Android and all the WordPress blogs can be accessed in iPad format. We also have in WordPress core a variable to detect if the user is visiting the site using an iPhone device. In this tutorial we will learn how to apply a class using WordPress’ body_class based in that variable.
What was supposed to be a simple search for a simple browser for iPad that would allow for HTML inspection turned into something pretty interesting due to all the capabilities these browsers for iPad have, from Dropbox saving to tabs to collaboration and of course, source code inspection. So here’s a quick round up of ten alternatives to Safari on your iPad.
A while ago, ILC posted a list of some interesting alternatives to Basecamp for project management. A lot of readers posted their favorite applications and some of their own start ups on project management. So here’s a follow up list of the 20 hottest web applications for project management.
The Aptana IDE has been around for a few years now and has gained a loyal base of users (yours truly included) due to its strength, easy of use and wide support for various languages including its support for Android and Nokia development. Aptana has now been acquired by development platform Appcelerator, creators of Titanium platform for development on iOS and Android.