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Making Use of Amazon Web Services for Your Web Development

 

You, as a web developer, may very well be aware of Amazon’s Web Services for hosting web sites and services. Depending on your skill level, some of what Amazon has to offer may seem daunting or out of reach. I’m here today to give you an idea of some rather novel uses of AWS that […]

By |November 7th, 2012|CSS3, HTML 5, JavaScript|0 Comments

A New Way to Debug your Website on Many Devices

 

Adobe has just released a public beta for yet another useful application for web development. The current title is Adobe shadow. Now I haven’t had much time to play around with it as of yet, but I’ll provide the run down.

 

What Adobe Shadow is used for is previewing your website on not only your browser, […]

By |March 8th, 2012|CSS3, Future Computer Technologies, HTML 5, JavaScript|0 Comments

Turns out LESS really is more

 

Today I will briefly go over a new means to style your webpage. You most likely have some experience or familiarity with CSS, but for those who do not, CSS (cascading style sheets) is the web standard for giving design to your page. The problem I have found with CSS in the past has been […]

By |March 2nd, 2012|CSS3, HTML 5, iPad, JavaScript, Technology, Training|0 Comments

Adobe MAX 2010

Adobe MAX was two weeks ago, but it has been a busy two weeks since. So, finally, you will get a glimpse of all that I saw at the MAX conference.

To start, aside from the Jobs bashing and many discussions on the Flash vs. HTML5 situation, a major topic of discussion at MAX was multiplatform […]