At Tikal, we are conducting 2 times a year something called “Fuseday” – a day where we choose some technologies to experiment with while building a small application. In this post, i’de like to share my group’s focus on Google’s Web Starter Kit – it’s pros and cons.
Want to be ahead of Everyone when developing for the web? want to know what’s new on HTML5? Want to know about what is out there that can make your life – as a developer – easier? Well – I got my answers to these questions on Google Developer Day, Israel 2011. Being a Front […]
Hello bookmarklets users. For those who are not familiar with my translate bookmarklet post – you can read it here – google translate bookmarklet – it is a translation service that allows you to translate text from one language to another, a whole site and a user’s entered text. Since the google have revamped the […]
Just a few days ago, the google chrome team has dropped us, web developers, with a new nice add-on to the websites we develop. For most of the websites, html is the language to be used. It’s current version is 4 and is quite old. Lately, there have been a bug buzz on moving to […]
Hello to all google chrome fans. When I used to use explorer (windows explorer for my computer’s files) as a file manager to explore my computer / my documents (and so on…), I liked the option of the “Up” button – which was simply goes up to the parent folder of wherever I was located […]