Archive | January, 2009

Web Development Project Estimator

13. January 2009

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Matt Everson built a simple little micro app for project estimation: Web Development Project Estimator: Although most web designers have an idea of how long a project will take based on their past experience, far too often this guess becomes a final estimate. If you've ever been 300+ hours into a project that's paying you for [...]

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Facebook ‘sets Christmas record’

5. January 2009

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The social networking website was the second most viewed on Christmas Day behind Google, and ahead of YouTube and Hotmail.

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Who needs Flash? Having fun with Canvas and SVG

5. January 2009

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Over in SproutCore land, they have been talking about Peter Bergstrom and his amazing work with Canvas and SVG: Peter Bergstrom has been doing some amazing work with SVG and canvas tags in his SproutCore-based these project called PaperCube.  PaperCube visualizes citations their relationships between authors.  Watching the videos of his project, you’d swear he was [...]

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How To Create A Disposable Webpage

1. January 2009

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We've got disposable email accounts, phone numbers, login details, fake names, and file sharing tools. Disposable services are good for cases where you need something to exist for a limited amount of time and not reside in cyberspace forever, for example files you want to share with your friend, or in this case – a webpage.

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