• 20
    May
    2010

    As anyone with an iPhone or iPad knows, Steve Jobs has some major issues with Adobe Flash.  He’s correct in some of his concerns, but in my opinion, he’s currently putting his products (and users) at a disadvantage.  I’m not going to venture into which of his arguments are reasonable, and which are far-fetched.  Apple dictates what its products support, and Steve Jobs dictates what Apple does.  So, what does this mean for the development community?

    Over the past few years, Adobe…

  • 01
    Apr
    2010

    Gone are the days of companies throwing a website together in Microsoft Publisher (using horrible clipart), but people still often do not understand the importance of a well thought out page layout.  A well planned and coded page offers numerous advantages over a poorly done one:

    • Reusability – Theoritically, with some changes to the CSS file and graphics, the whole look and feel can be changed dramatically.  This allows for easy re-skinning, or the possibity of porting the site to another platform (ie mobile)
    • SEO – The more text that is used, the more likely it is that…