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Making of Stylus Email Signatures with Touch Devices Tutorial

Somewhere along the line with the mixed device goings on in yesterday’s Stylus Email Signatures with Touch Devices Tutorial‘s content consisting of … iPad screenshots emailed in two parts (ie. two separate emails) iPhone photographing iPad photos separately emailed … … Continue reading

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Stylus Email Signatures with Touch Devices Tutorial

Yesterday’s Stylus with Touch Devices Primer Tutorial got us thinking about an annoyance we have with modern life whereby it is still asked that you … receive forms online … and then are asked to sign these and email them … Continue reading

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Stylus with Touch Devices Primer Tutorial

Are you a tablet or mobile phone user whose index finger of your favoured hand is suffering mightily?! Then this tutorial may be of interest. We’ve avoided the idea for a long while of introducing a “stylus” into the mix … Continue reading

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Email Photos Amidst Text on iPad as Attachments Primer Tutorial

The previous Email Photos on iPad as Attachments Primer Tutorial … showed a useful way to construct an email with attachments from the point of view of you having taken the photos and constructing the email off that … but … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Cursor Tutorial

Today we grew the complexity of the logic for non-mobile cursor users of our 500 or bridge card game web application, after yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game Mid-UX Tutorial. The logic took a while and the presentation took a while … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Mid-UX Tutorial

Apropos yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game SVG Background Data URL Tutorial dive into aesthetics and non-essentials, we venture into some “mid-ux” work today … Mid-UX? What’s that? To our mind it’s that Clayton UX (user experience) improvement push you do … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game SVG Background Data URL Tutorial

We turn back to styling and aesthetics with our 500 and bridge and memories card game “Just Javascript” (ie. no body definition on parent window) web application onto the audio and language work of yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game Say … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Say My Memory ISO 639-3 PHP JSON Tutorial

Afficianardos of server side languages such as PHP are bound to tell you a few things … PHP is great at making Javascript look smarter than it is, as it can feed Javascript information ahead of it in the “production … Continue reading

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