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Today, we’re introducing a new feature to the blog, called Newtella. It’s something you’ve probably already seen in blogs before: the sweet, nutty list o’links that you can spread all over your work. We’ll periodically collect up the good stuff we’ve found, and pass it on to you.

  • Making an iPad HTML5 App & making it really fast: Thomas Fuchs dissects his recent “Every Time Zone” iPad application, and finds out what can bog down HTML5 and CSS3. Hidden Gem: Code for a micro-tiny convenience JavaScript framework that’s a fraction of the size of jQuery, but handles a lot of the more popular functions.
  • You might have seen one of our tweets about Square, a startup that’s making credit card processing easier for small businesses. Just connect up their card swiper to your iPhone or Android device, and you can take credit card payments. They’ve been having some trouble getting the readers shipped out, and also getting underwritten for all these transactions they’ll be doing (hey, credit card processing is hard). It looks like the dongles, though, are finally on their way.
  • Endor.se is a new web app kind of like LinkedIn-lite: It’s just there to let you recommend others you know and trust for work. We’ve recommended some of our partners, too.
  • If you’re fretting over HTML5, there’s a new book you might consider getting from Jeremy Keith and the folks at A List Apart called HTML5 for Web Designers. It’s available for pre-order right now for $18. A steal.
  • Last but not least, our good client FatPencil had their iPhone application approved (opens iTunes). Pilots of the world, go forth and log your time.

By the way, did I mention we’re on Twitter? We are! Follow us at @honestcode.


Posted June 17, 2010. Tagged: , , , ,

 

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