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Famo.us

Famo.us is a free, open source JavaScript framework that helps you create smooth, complex UIs for any screen http://famo.us/

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★ Bookmarks for September 15th

These are my links for September 15th: With iBeacon, Apple is going to dump on NFC and embrace the internet of things — Tech News and Analysis –

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★ Bookmarks for September 12th

These are my links for September 12th: Python Django – Video Tutorials – Thanks, Travis 5by5 | The Web Ahead #27: Content with Kristina Halvorson – How do we get good content on the web? Kristina Halvorson joins Jen Simmons to talk about the discipline of content strategy, where it came from and where it's […]

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★ Bookmarks for September 3rd

These are my links for September 3rd: Your Content, Now Mobile · An A List Apart Article – ALL OF IT? REALLY? Really. Your content strategy for mobile should not be to develop a satellite to your desktop site, showing only the subset of content you’ve decided a mobile user will need. That’s not going […]

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★ Bookmarks for July 24th from 11:21 to 11:21

These are my links for July 24th from 11:21 to 11:21: embedresponsively.com – How to make youtube video embeds responsive

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★ Bookmarks for July 21st from 15:07 to 15:07

These are my links for July 21st from 15:07 to 15:07: Comparing T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon’s Upgrade Plans – Bonnie Cha – Mobile – AllThingsD – As you can see, T-Mobile is the cheapest of the three. This is because T-Mobile has taken the cost of device subsidies out of its rate plans, whereas AT&T […]

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★ Bookmarks for February 23rd from 14:33 to 14:38

These are my links for February 23rd from 14:33 to 14:38: IBM’s mobile first plan is really about cloud first. That’s all you need to know — Tech News and Analysis – IBM rolls out MobileFirst, eyes role as enterprise mobility enabler | ZDNet –

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★ Bookmarks for February 18th from 14:47 to 14:47

These are my links for February 18th from 14:47 to 14:47: You like apples? | Electric Pulp. –

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★ Bookmarks for February 18th from 13:49 to 13:50

These are my links for February 18th from 13:49 to 13:50: Mobile HTML5 – compatibility on iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Symbian and other mobile and tablet devices – Can I use… Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc –

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★ Bookmarks for February 10th from 13:11 to 13:11

These are my links for February 10th from 13:11 to 13:11: Would push notifications for HTML5 apps kill native apps? – The Next Web – Conventional wisdom is that these are currently the top reasons to go with native apps: 1. Speed and slickness of UI 2. AppStore distribution 3. Push notification 4. Interaction with […]

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