In xcode 4 there is no "Add existing frameworks" as it used to be in previous versions, so if you want to add new frameworks to your template project, you just need to following these simple steps:Read More
Squarespace has a very useful way to customize the blog post headers and footers called HTML snippets.
This blog post includes a snippet in the footer to show a small text talking about an iPhone App I've built, and also the share buttons in the main social networks.Read More
Squarespace doesn’t generate automatic sitemaps. Their oficial statement is that you don’t need one because Google will index your pages anyway, since the URL structure of the sites is search engine friendly.
We have been hosting our web site in Squarespace for more than a year already and I wouldn’t change the supplier for nothing in this planet. What is the reason?
Low level of stress, reasonable cost, good enough number of features, it can scale without problems and they have a very good customer service. Would you need something more?
As users of software applications we want simplicity. We want minimalist applications that solve our problems with just a few clicks. Or even better, with only one click.
How can a software application respond in that way? We have three ways:
With the explosion of the applications market, many people and businesses are thinking in developing mobile apps. But how expensive is this venture? Where are the main costs located?
I have put together a description of the most common costs that this kind of venture have. Here is the list:
In the enterprise world, before you even start programming an application you must study the enterprise architecture requirements and guidelines. You must know exactly the environment in which your application will be working and with which other applications it will be sharing the always-limited resources.
Back in 2001 I was working at PeopleSoft as a technical CRM consultant. The company created that year an impressive data center in Pleasanton, California. The idea was to offer hosted web based PeopleSoft applications to the customers. In the present, this product changed shape (and hands) with Oracle on demand, but it is still there.
And PeopleSoft was not alone. This was just the beginning of a big number of web based applications for business and consumers hosted in the cloud. Today we have software applications like salesforce.com, Netsuite.com and many others competing in the "On Demand" market.
I personally do not believe in this model and these are the reason why.