Kirill Edelman is a perfect example of the kind of employee with interests that improve our work. He has a passion for apps and has developed several of his own. Here he answers questions about app development.
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As we hurtle at light speed toward mobile overtaking desktop devices, some new philosophies in Web design have surfaced – philosophies that redefine how we approach our clients’ needs.
If you manage any Facebook fan pages, you may have seen a notification like this one on your iPhone recently:
You know how different browsers display Web pages differently? From a development standpoint, it takes some massaging and understanding the shortfalls of various browsers to get a page to display the way you would like. When it comes to HTML email, getting your message to display as you would like is a bit more complicated. Web browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome) all use the code you write to display a page verbatim. Email clients, on the other hand (Outlook, Hotmail, Apple Mail, Yahoo Mail, Gmail, etc.), insert, update, and neglect code that the developer writes.
Web imagery takes a leap with this device. So what’s the best way to take advantage of it? GS has already been moving toward this space of high-res displays in a couple of areas.
he’s featured on Engadget for a little something he dreamed up and built in his spare time. Our very own GS funnyman Kirill Edelman has got some wicked skillz when it comes to developing applications. Two years ago our company identified development of mobile service offerings as an area of focus for. Kirill took it upon himself to shift from Flash Actionscript developer to iOS App developer.
FED Stuff is a collection of the little CSS and Front-End Developer tricks that I’ve learned each month. There is a lot to learn. Some may be new to you. Some may be what you assumed is common knowledge. But we can't know for sure unless we share. This is my attempt to share them. Little tricks add up to big things.
The evolution of the smart phone continues. Next up? Phone as credit card. I don’t know about you, but I love the idea of fewer items to carry around and according to this infographic from GPlus, leaving the purse or wallet at home is going to be very possible in a pretty short time. The winning provider has yet to be determined, but I don’t see that holding back progress. Do you love this advancement too, or will you miss that bulge in your back pocket?
Remember when we used phones to talk to each other? It seems those days are gone. The increase in smartphone users has led to a decrease in calls to Mom. The good news is that we're definitely texting Mom, and we may also be playing Words with Friends together.