Needing to drive a few touchscreen kiosks, I found myself in possession of some compute stick type devices. These are tiny but full-fledged computers, with an Atom CPU, 2 GB of RAM, and a 32 GB SSD. They shipped with Windows 8.1 with Bing. Naturally, I wanted to upgrade to Windows 10. There were a … Read More
While we keep our eye on all kinds of emerging technologies, here are five in particular we’ll be paying attention to in 2015:
This little problem came up in my recent AngularJS/Ionic app. It all started with an innocent modal dialog. There are several, but for the sake of simplicity, let’s look at the login dialog: The generic dialog plumbing is a div with a surrounding overlay that dims out the rest of the screen. You can click … Read More
For the last twelve years, when someone asks what technologies we work with, the short answer has been “non-Microsoft.” But it seems the times, they are a’ changin.
Aaron Mulder reviews several mobile CSS frameworks – JQuery Mobile, TopCoat, Bootstrap and Ionic – for a side project. Check out his criteria and selection.
Software development isn’t easy. And the bigger the software gets, the harder it is to build right from the ground up. Here are 5 things to consider to bump the odds in your favor.
This is the second in a series of articles about using automated testing tools on a Canvas-based Web application. Each article covers a different testing tool or technique (see the first on WebDriver).
This is the first in a series of articles about using automated testing tools on a Canvas-based Web application. Each article covers a different testing tool or technique.
So not that long ago, if you wanted an app to take a photo, it had to be a native app — such as a Windows/Mac app or a native mobile application. But HTML5 has brought a number of new APIs that allow not only taking photos, but analyzing and manipulating them all within a browser.