So, after getting an email from Sitepoint this past week, I decided to drink some of the Webkit CSS kool-aide. If you’re in a Webkit browser, go ahead, rollover the links and navigation.
To give a very quick background, Webkit is the foundation for the Safari Web browser. Additionally, many OS X apps use Webkit to display Web content. NetNewsWire, Mail.app, the Dashboard, are just a few. Site-Specific Browsers (SSBs) like those built on Fluid are also using Webkit.
Basically, if an OS X app’s Web integration has a tight feel to it, you can bet that it’s using Webkit.
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Session One “Installing SDK and ‘Hello World’” (or Bonjour Monde :-) with Shawn Van Every and Eric Redlinger
Photo by cstoller
Well, I wanted to get my hands dirty in the IDE. So, I went to the SDK installation, and xCode introduction. I’ve been through the tutorials, but thought that some real face-time instruction would be good.
Continue reading “iPhoneDevCampNYC pt.2 – Sessions and Explorations”
So, made it to another NYC tech event. On a Saturday no less. Anyway, this was the first BarCamp I’ve ever attended. I’ve been wanting to attend one for quite some time and was bummed to miss the big one a couple months ago. This however, made up for it because we covered one of my favorite topics: experience design. Oh wait, yeah, on the iPhone. So, even better.
Continue reading “iPhoneDevCampNYC pt.1 – Oh, the People You’ll Meet”
Hey! Silicon Valley, Pipe it Down Already Will Ya? We’re working over here!
Thanks to our noisy friends in “The Valley,” we here in “The Alley,” need to crank it up a few decibels in the blogosphere. This is one of my contributions.
Continue reading “List of Silicon Alley Start-Ups”
Wow. Here’s an interestingly bold move by Seattle-based mobile Web design firm, Blue Flavor. Brian Fling, CEO, announced a sweet collection of Web 2.0 favorites implemented for iPhone-iddy goodness.
Check the discussion Here’s the site: Blue Flavor Leaflets
Frankly, it’s a tight little app collection. Just as Fling noted that the iPhone has set the bar for what Mobile Design can be, Blue Flavor set a pretty good precedence for just what that said design could be like.