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Can you be an enterprise-only device-maker?

rankandfile:

Jean-Louis Gassée says no in this HP WebOS thought piece:

“The consumerization of IT renders the “enterprise-only” pivot null and void. In this new world, Google and Apple wage an ecosystem war: devices + apps + distribution. Add marketing, if you want, but Word Of Mouth is still more potent than ad dollars. Or merely reinforces it.”

(Source: rankandfile)

Formalize aims to create a consistent forms experience across browsers and OSes

But how easy / difficult is it to make your create your own  design based on Formalize?

Android helpt boeren in Oeganda

Van boer naar kenniswerker dankzij de smartphone.

A nice ui touch in MS Office.
littlebigdetails:

Microsoft Office - When editing rotated text, relevant styling buttons rotate as well.
/via Micheal

A nice ui touch in MS Office.

littlebigdetails:

Microsoft Office - When editing rotated text, relevant styling buttons rotate as well.

/via Micheal

Stylish iPad apps: Future cool apps {The Dark Meadow}

These screenshots look absolutely amazing.

stylishipadapps:

Stunning graphic game coming in August to iPad.

The Dark Meadow (TBA)

Sprite Cow

Use Sprite Cow to generate css sprite code based on our own sprite files. Pretty neat.

Sprite Cow helps you get the background-position, width and height of sprites within a spritesheet as a nice bit of copyable css.

NoSQL Guide for Beginners

nosql:

Alexandre Porcelli has a great post for NoSQL beginners:

one of the most frequent question that people use to ask me about nosql is: what is the best nosql tool that enables me start with using my programming language (java, .net, php, python, etc..)? its almost impossible to have a quick answer ‘cos it involves many things like: data-model, durability and usage scenario (single node, qty of nodes or cloud setup), language binding and easy to setup.

NoSQL guide for beginners

It’s a great addition to the guide on getting started with NoSQL, expanding on some of the principles I’ve mentioned in the role of data modeling with NoSQL.

Original title and link for this post: NoSQL Guide for Beginners (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)

Can you be an enterprise-only device-maker?

rankandfile:

Jean-Louis Gassée says no in this HP WebOS thought piece:

“The consumerization of IT renders the “enterprise-only” pivot null and void. In this new world, Google and Apple wage an ecosystem war: devices + apps + distribution. Add marketing, if you want, but Word Of Mouth is still more potent than ad dollars. Or merely reinforces it.”

(Source: rankandfile)

Formalize aims to create a consistent forms experience across browsers and OSes

But how easy / difficult is it to make your create your own  design based on Formalize?

Android helpt boeren in Oeganda

Van boer naar kenniswerker dankzij de smartphone.

A nice ui touch in MS Office.
littlebigdetails:

Microsoft Office - When editing rotated text, relevant styling buttons rotate as well.
/via Micheal

A nice ui touch in MS Office.

littlebigdetails:

Microsoft Office - When editing rotated text, relevant styling buttons rotate as well.

/via Micheal

Stylish iPad apps: Future cool apps {The Dark Meadow}

These screenshots look absolutely amazing.

stylishipadapps:

Stunning graphic game coming in August to iPad.

The Dark Meadow (TBA)

Sprite Cow

Use Sprite Cow to generate css sprite code based on our own sprite files. Pretty neat.

Sprite Cow helps you get the background-position, width and height of sprites within a spritesheet as a nice bit of copyable css.

NoSQL Guide for Beginners

nosql:

Alexandre Porcelli has a great post for NoSQL beginners:

one of the most frequent question that people use to ask me about nosql is: what is the best nosql tool that enables me start with using my programming language (java, .net, php, python, etc..)? its almost impossible to have a quick answer ‘cos it involves many things like: data-model, durability and usage scenario (single node, qty of nodes or cloud setup), language binding and easy to setup.

NoSQL guide for beginners

It’s a great addition to the guide on getting started with NoSQL, expanding on some of the principles I’ve mentioned in the role of data modeling with NoSQL.

Original title and link for this post: NoSQL Guide for Beginners (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)

Can you be an enterprise-only device-maker?

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