Posting this link since I use a lot of the same one page apps for various tasks.
There is a zillion one-page apps focused on making some little aspect of front end development easier. I think they are great. They exemplify the wonderful culture of sharing and ingenuity that our industry is known for. Each of us has slightly different jobs and slightly different skill sets. That means a little helper app that is useful to you might not be to me and vice versa….
The commute is killing you, the caffeine has you on edge and the shirt and tie is getting you hot under the collar. And thats before we even mention the workload.
Nice read for Facebook game developers…
Facebook may be a fabulous way to get your casual game idea noticed, but there’s a bigger, better Web outside Facebook’s blue-painted cage—just ask FarmVille. Social2Web wants to help you take your game there
Interesting approach to Agile Development…
Agile web development is not a specific process, action, or a daylong exercise. Agile is a mindset, an attitude with which a project is undertaken. It means streamlining the project, taking away time-sucks, performing frequent sanity checks, and making sure that youre not spending excessive time on things that dont add value to the project. Its about spending quality time on actions that add value to the website and make it better, and taking away time and energy from parts of the process that cause headaches.
If your idea of success is creating a solid product and taking user data to continue the evolution of that product, then this article is for you! Since 2008 Ive been involved in the iOS ecosystem. Ive spent countless hours reading books and studying successful companies and apps. Below is the most important information Ive gathered during my studies.
Interesting reading from 37Signals
Does the minimum-viable approach lead to gaps in the user experience? It doesnt have to. Theres a distinction to make: The set of features you choose to build is one thing. The level you choose to execute at is another. You can decide whether or not to include a feature like reset password. But if you decide to do it, you should live up to a basic standard of execution on the experience side.
I spent some time working on the best way to make a Paleo-friendly pizza, and after some trial and error managed to combine a few online recipes into one that we liked.
- 2 cups almond meal
- 2 eggs
- 3 tbsp olive oil
- ¼ tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 ½ tbsp fresh rosemary chopped
- 1 cup of your favourite organic marinara sauce
- 1 lb Italian pork sausage nitrate free
- 2 crook neck yellow summer squash diced
- 3 green onions chopped
- Handful of torn basil leaves
- 2 small tomatoes diced
- 1/2 cup roasted red peppers diced
- Handful of sliced black olives
- Preheat your oven to 350.
- Using a spoon mix all crust ingredients together until it becomes very thick.
- Using your hands, form the dough into a ball.
- Lightly grease a pizza pan or a cookie sheet with olive oil.
- Place the ball of dough in the center of your cookie sheet or pizza pan and using your hands, push and pat the dough down into the shape of a circle (or an oval in my case
- You want to make the dough as thin as possible.
- Your pizza will be about 12 inches across.
- Bake JUST the crust in your pre-heated oven for 20 minutes.
- While your crust is cooking, prepare your toppings.
- If you use sausage like we did, this is when you should crumble it into a large saute pan and brown.
- After the crust if done, remove from the oven and evenly spread the marinara sauce over the crust.
- Add the sausage and all remaining toppings evenly over the sauce and bake again for an additional 25-30 minutes.
- Get creative and use whatever toppings you might like ours was great but I also suggest trying chicken, artichoke hearts, and even broccoli!!
- Go wild with it and enjoy!
So true… Some people focus more on how to Get Things Done rather than actually Getting Them Done…
In a word, awesome. Filmmaker John Banana made this fan film in honor of the original movie’s 20th anniversary and the late, great Dave Stevens. It’s really too cute for words.
Getting closer to the full release…
WordPress 3.2 Release Candidate 2 is now ready for testing. Andrew Nacin posted the update to the WordPress news blog, along with an update on what has happened since Release Candidate 1. In the last ten days tweaks have been made to Twenty Eleven (the new default theme) and various RTL fixes. Nacin recommends that theme and plugin authors should be testing their work by now so that compatibility issues can be caught before the public release.