What is Android?

Posted on | October 19, 2017

Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language. Features Application framework enabling reuse and replacement of components Dalvik virtual machine optimized for mobile devices Integrated browser based on the […]

Introduction to Android development

Posted on | October 19, 2017

Introduction The BlackBerry and iPhone, which have appealing and high-volume mobile platforms, are addressing opposite ends of a spectrum. The BlackBerry is rock-solid for the enterprise business user. For a consumer device, it’s hard to compete with the iPhone for ease of use and the “cool factor.” Android, a young and yet-unproven platform, has the […]

W3C P2P Web Browser Standards

Posted on | October 19, 2017

The World Wide Web Consortium is to develop Web standards to enable direct peer-to-peer communications between Web browsers, without the need to go through centralized Web servers. By Tom Espiner The Web standards could make it more difficult for repressive government action against Web communications, according to members of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) […]

7 Questions for HTML5 Game Designers

Posted on | October 19, 2017

What are Design Patterns?

Posted on | November 11, 2011

Design patterns are optimized, reusable solutions to the programming problems that we encounter every day. A design pattern is not a class or a library that we can simply plug into our system; it’s much more than that. It is a template that has to be implemented in the correct situation. It’s not language-specific either. […]

HTML5 and CSS3

Posted on | November 11, 2011

What We Are Going to Build Pretty much your every day blog design. Header with title, horizontal navigation, content area with comments and form, sidebar and a footer. Nothing too special. Let’s get building. HTML 5 HTML 5 is the next major version of HTML. It introduces a bunch of new elements that will make […]

Classic CSS techniques Made Simple with CSS3

Posted on | November 11, 2011

CSS3? What’s that?! I’m sure you’ve heard of CSS in general. CSS3 isn’t that much different, in terms of syntax; however, the power of CSS3 is much greater. As you’ll see in these eleven techniques, you can have multiple backgrounds, dynamically resize those backgrounds, border radiuses, text shadows, and more! Here’s what the official (or […]

JavaScript from the Masters

Posted on | November 11, 2011

1: Javascript: The Good Parts Length: 1 hour, 3 minutes Speaker: Douglas Crockford Slides (powerpoint) Is JavaScript a hopeless mess, or a robust and flexible standard? In this presentation, Douglas Crockford, the world’s foremost authroity on JavaScript, will try and convince you that the language is worth your time. This is a great video, and […]

30 PHP Best Practices for Beginners

Posted on | November 11, 2011

PHP is the most widely-used language for programming on the web. Here are thirty best practices for beginners wanting to gain a firmer grasp of the fundamentals.   1. Befriend the PHP Manual If you’re new to PHP, then it’s time to get acquainted with the awesomeness that is the PHP manual. The PHP manual is incredibly thorough […]

Using htaccess Files for Pretty URLS

Posted on | November 11, 2011

Quick Overview A quick overview before we dive into code, in today’s tutorial we will go over two slightly different methods of creating pretty URLs using HTACCESS. The difference between the methods is whether Apache or PHP is doing the heavy lifting to break the URL apart for parsing. I want to point out that […]

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