Become a millionaire – write a great webapp!

Today I wrote my first “Initial impressions”. It is about a eBook which dives into AngularJS. A framework from Google offering great features for webapp developers. The future wil undoubtedly contain lots of web based apps. I expect that it may will be an importent supplement for app store based native apps. We are not Continue reading


Initial impressions from the eBook “Instant AngularJS Starter”

Instant AngularJS Starter [Instant] by Dan Menard The book by Dan Menard is a introduction to programmers who are looking at or using Google AngularJS. If you are building webapps you may consider using the MVC based AngularJS framework from Google. It enjoys a wide support on the web with great online resources, blog posts, Continue reading


The perfect tool for reference search and snippets?

Development involves using a lot of tools, apis, methods and documentation for such items is often found using your friend Google Search. Today I have seen a very cool tool for Mac OSX. Its called Dash, and its a free app found in the App store. You can install the Dash app from the App Continue reading


Wish for 2013: Let there be more HTML5 apps

One the things I hope for 2013 is to see more HTML5 based apps. As HTML5 evolves I hope that the features found in HTML5 based apps will make the developers prefer HTML5 more than native apps. A little history – the Flash epoch I have never been a fan of Flash but I acknowledge Continue reading


jsfiddle.net – sharing code on your blog

If you like me have a blog where you share code I recommend using the jsfiddle.net to host your code and then add the link and embed code showing your code in a “live” state. You get a setup where you can in a fast way create prototypes or even running complete examples. Things have Continue reading


Share, share, share – jsfiddle.net – now with powerfull embed option

If you are developing for the web you should know about jsfiddle.net. It is a very powerful website which lets you test and share webpages using only a browser. With jsfiddle.net you can even embed the code you are developing in a blog post like this one. So here goes, a simple example where you Continue reading