This afternoon, I was privileged enough to view a very interesting video on TED.com. This video detailed the new technologies that have come out for blind people on the web in the last few decades.
The video got me thinking about how if we start our designs with accessibility in mind, we can elleviate many problems that come with large-scale application development.
In this article, I hope to show you some of the coolest new things we can do to make our webpages the most accessible webpages we can. In doing so, I hope that you can gain insight into potentially improving your application development workflow.
Today's CMS all lack some very important features. Although they can be perfect for the individual blogger, for
larger coorporations, deciding between a CMS and a normal website can be an important decision.
I am upgrading to Joomla 3... plain and simple. And though I have been mainly inactive on this site for quite some time, this site will shortly
some changes which will affect you, my users. I will list them below, in point form:
You may have no idea, but I recently got my Hakintosh running, and have had a functional PC running Mac OS for over 2 months now. All I have to say is --- AWESOME. I was always really annoyed by how Apple kept all their parts pretty much glued together on their machines. Point is, I've been using Mac, and I now have a good idea of what makes for a nice development experience. In this article, I hope to go over some of the coolest 8 trending apps for web development.