Tag Archives: email

Email Subject Line Emojis Primer Tutorial

There are two themes to today’s Email Subject Line Emojis Primer Tutorial blog posting, those being … if you have a programming job, and it sounds daunting on paper, it is good to mull (ie. think) for a while on … Continue reading

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Gmail Webmail Remote Logout Primer Tutorial

We really enjoy using email. We really really enjoy webmail via a web browser address bar URL, even more than a desktop (or mobile desktop) email client program mode of use. We really really really enjoy the sending of data … Continue reading

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Web Meets Mobile via iOS Desktop Icon Tutorial

There are a few reasons why we are excited by the rudimentary “out of the box” (of an operating system … ah, that may explain it) functionality weΒ are about to feature today, that being “iOS desktop shortcut creation”, akin to … Continue reading

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Email Inbox Resend Tutorial

The previous Email Outbox Primer Tutorial and Email Drafts Primer Tutorial talked about two important parts of an emailing client application … the “Outbox” (folder) where unsent emails sit … and … the “Drafts” (folder) where emails never attempted to … Continue reading

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No Sim Card iPhone Capabilities Primer Tutorial

Just as we should not “dis” anybody’s “disabilities”, we think you should not “cap” the “capabilities” of (an old) iPhone with no Sim Card. Naturally a lot of us are interested in Sim Cards for our mobile devices, like discussed … Continue reading

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Android Desktop Icon Primer Tutorial

The Windows operating system, in its early incarnations and on, was keen on the flexibility of tailoring your own desktop icons, that could “run” (or “execute”) programs, in nuances that could be very particular to the user creating them. The … Continue reading

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JSON or XML to CSV Report Error Handling Tutorial

Things go wrong sometimes. It depends a bit on the likelihood of such issues as to whether you let that thought be an important consideration with your web applications. For example … supposing the web application is not mission critical, … Continue reading

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