When a new in house (intranet) app needs to be built to fulfill some business need, traditionally IT shops just cook up a desktop app in say winforms/wpf using frameworks like EF, MVVM and push it out ...
Technically I'm building an intranet web application, with web server running 24/7 and a central database, users can access it with any browser. However, for the user, the app should have the look ...
So there's this desktop application. And I am wanting to inform it's users that a new version has been released. Is it more correct to say that a new version of a desktop application has been ...
I create web applications most in RoR and PHP. About a year ago a company wanted to use my app but in a stand alone browser window in Linux, so I wrote one in python using webkit, locked it down to ...
Let's assume the following two assumptions are true. Your entire userbase has broadband access everywhere There is an imaginary browser X that implements the entire draft specification of the HTML5 ...
html, css and js can be used to build beautiful(and useful) ui's (specially with html5 and css3) and lots of people already know them. Though its still way beyond my reach, but how difficult can it be ...
hope I am in the right place to ask this. A client, for whom I developed a group management software (in Flex) is now asking me to develop a fully-fledged hotel management software (tailored to his ...