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Sencha Architect targets amateur designers interested in HTML5

HTML5 framework provider Sencha has introduced Sencha Architect 2, the evolution of its drag-and-drop Ext Designer application.Sencha Architect 2 builds upon Ext Designer by expanding the program's support for building desktop and mobile Web applications.

April 16, 2012

Top 5 Web site oversights to avoid

Avoid cluttering disorganized information and overly flashy features. Experts offer this, and other tips, to help improve ease of use and content delivery on Web sites.

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Adobe opens up HTML 5 Edge toolbox

The software maker has kicked off a public preview of its Edge development tools, which use open web standards such as HTML 5 rather than its flagship Flash platform to create animations

August 1, 2011 by

How best to teach web design?

As a web designer and teacher, I am in a perpetual quandry about how best to teach web design. Do you throw students in the deep end by introducing them to hand-coding graphic mockups with HTML & CSS?

June 1, 2011 by

NetBeans 7 adds Java 7 SDK support

The Netbeans 7 integrated development environment is now available to download, bringing with it support for the forthcoming Java SE Java Development Kit 7 and HTML 5 editing tools, Oracle said on Wednesday.Developers using the NetBeans 7 IDE can create, mobile, web, enterprise or desktop applications using Java, PHP, JavaScript, Ajax and C/C++.

April 21, 2011 by

Security risks mean IE6 must go

Internet Explorer 6 adoption highest in Asia, says Microsoft exec, who urges users to ditch the outdated browser version as it heightens risk of online threats and hinders modern Web advancements.

March 16, 2011 by

Oracle announces mobile app development tools

Oracle has launched an extension for its app development framework that provides tools for developing Java-based apps on a variety of mobile platforms.The Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile Client is an extension of Oracle ADF and can be used to design apps in a mix of design and Java code view.

March 15, 2011 by

HP ProBook 4710s

If you need plenty of screen and don't want to use an external monitor, this bulky 17.3in. notebook could be a good choice. It's a good performer, but HP could have added a few more ports and user-programmable keys.

November 3, 2009 by

Our new business/technology curriculum

Our business department is undergoing some shifts next fall due to changing budgets, retiring staff, and a technology director (that's me) who would like to see the way we teach computing. Up until now, aside from a web design class (introductory HTML, WYSIWYG tools, design principles, etc.

February 3, 2009 by

Ignite Sydney sparks up

Ignite Sydney kicked off its inaugural event last night, with the goal of ending the "death by PowerPoint" presentation style. Twelve presenters took to the stage to take on the unique Ignite format.

January 22, 2009

Rose's iTunes 8 mockup and Let's Rock predictions

The Oracle of Cupertino, er Kevin Rose, has posted his predictions for tomorrow's Let's Rock event in San Francisco, it's mostly a re-hash of his previous predictions though:New design for the iPod Nano (this one)iPod price reductions2.1 software on iPod TouchiTunes 8.

September 8, 2008 by

Samsung SGH-i640V

With 3G but no Wi-Fi, the SGH-i640V will not have universal appeal. The defining features of this Windows Mobile smartphone (its rotating navigation wheel, touch buttons, large size and idiosyncratic user interface) will also polarise opinion.

April 1, 2008 by

Siemens Gigaset S450 IP

A reasonably-priced office handset that can be bought in multi-packs, the Gigaset S450 IP is a decent VoIP dual-mode handset. However, there are some drawbacks that limit its appeal.

November 27, 2007 by

Marc Andreessen's cheat sheets

Here's a last minute project for your programming, IT, and web design classes: pick Marc Andreessen's brain. The founder of Netscape and one of the original authors of the Mozilla browser has his own blog (of course) and just released a list of his favorite websites for quickly and easily recalling "HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, and miscellaneous" code for a variety of programming needs.

June 10, 2007 by

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