When it comes to mobile applications, the app stores of Google and Apple are, for most, the first port of call for critical review and helping to determine whether something is worthy of downloading. Added to that, mobile App Store SEO relies heavily on positive review scores to rank applications higher in the results, bring […]
There are a number of Facebook tutorials, including my own offering examples of FBML to add additional functionality to a Facebook fan page. However, on many occasions these tutorials fall short of the mark, with no server side functionality currently available via FBML, connecting to databases, or consuming information from other sources is difficult.Third party […]
Every good developer knows never to re-invent the wheel, especially if there is software out there that has been tested by others, and has an established track record.
The web makes both project collaboration, and source code sharing that bit easier. This collection of sites are a combination of earch engines, and code hosting environments where you can find open and closed source software that you can both adapt and learn from.
Right at the core of many web applications lies the age old problem of usability testing. How can you accurately watch what users are doing, and when they are doing it? Some solutions exist already, but alas they are charging for the priviledge. Sooo.. I decided to cook up something myself, and share it with […]
If any of you have tried developing Mozilla Firefox plugins before – you’ll know that whilst they are loosely based around technologies such as HTML, there is a certain amount of navigation away from the technologies towards XML and RDF. You also have to worry about packaging your plugin in XPI format for installation by […]