In co-operation with The Fine Line Design Company , we are starting work on rebuilding the web site for The Domino.
Watch this space!
We are pleased to announce our involvement in the construction of a new web site for United Art, a commercial art company based in Dubai.
There’s a bug in Samsung Galaxy S111 phones that allows a rogue app access to all memory. A hacker could copy all of your data, erase all of your data, and basically brick your phone. There’s no official Samsung response yet, but there is a quick fix.
A really useful free resource from those wonderful people at Smashing. Outline is a set of 28 printable sketching and wireframing papers (in PDF) for seven mobile platforms: Android, BlackBerry, iOS (iPad and iPhone), Meego, Symbian, webOS, Windows Phone 7. The set consists of a few combinations, such as actual size, 10 devices fit to a page, and landscape layout. Download it here.
LESS is a dynamic style-sheet language.
It extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, operations and functions. LESS runs on both the client-side (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) and server-side. I prefer to compile it using the simpLESS compiler for Windows 7. This takes my LESS code and generates the CSS files on the fly.
Now that I use PHP5, HTML5 and CSS3 I have found that the syntax checker in my version of Dreamweaver doesn’t cater for the the new syntax. An upgrade to the latest version was eye wateringly expensive! So I hunted around for a replacement tool. I trialled JetBrains PhpStorm for a month and have now actually paid a full license fee for it. More …
I need to be able to test responsive web sites on Apple iPhones and iPads.
As I’m an Android user I don’t want to to have to buy these products just to test sites. Electric Mobile Studio 2012 is a first class set of simulation tools that allow me to test Apple iPhones and iPads site rendering on my Windows 7 PC. A fantastic product – I recommend it! For more information go to Electric Plum
HP’s initial foray into the tablet market with it’s TouchPad was less than successful.
However HP are rumoured to be about to make a second attempt to gain a foothold in the lucrative tablet market and they are setting up a new Mobility Division to manage it’s re-entry. It will be interesting to see if HP will try and breathe new life into it’s own WebOS or if they will target the Android and/or Windows 8 markets.
It should also be coming with 64GB of storage, so you can expect to pay a premium on the price for this model. Otherwise specs are the same as the standard model – a quad-core Exynos processor, 4.8-inch Super AMOLED 720p display, 1GB of RAM, and eight megapixel camera with 1080p video recording. By the time it is available it may also be shipping with Android Jelly Bean.