Author Archives : Nikolai Onken

Happy Holidays

We want to wish you all a very happy christmas and a good start into 2013. This year has been very special for us with the launch of, the Flash to HTML5 conversion service including human support and with open sourcing BonsaiJS, after spending almost one year on building something we think would also […]

Jumping into the deep end 4

Some might have heard of the decision we took last year in October, for others it might be new: We jumped into the deep end of the pool by deciding to spend all of our time on what we love doing most – building tools for the web, using technology of the web. It is […]

New website

We are very excited to announce the relaunch of the site and subsequently our other project sites as well!! In this blogpost I want to give you a quick overview of the new structure, the setup, why we chose certain tech and how maybe you can draw some inspiration from our work.

Forgotten tricks for iPhones Safari 13

Safari om the iPhone is an incredible powerful browser and comes with a whole bunch of features. Besides the amazing support for CSS3, a superfast rendering engine and great JavaScript support, there are a few hidden gems I want to explain in this (and maybe following) blogposts. If you are interested in mobile web development, […]

Mobile Web – does the adult industry point the way (again)?

During a very intense week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and a lot of very interesting meetings, discussions and talks, one incident surprisingly stuck out. At one of the evening events, I randomly met the folks behind, a platform which allows you to distribute iPhone applications through other means than the official […]

HumanApi – the browser in the real world 4

During the Oredev speakers dinner last November, I was having an interesting discussion about the car industry and how Google in one swipe mangled up the turn-to-turn navigation market. During this discussion and other interesting conversations at the following JsConf, it it became more and more clear that we (web developers) should be able to […]

Dojo.workshop(“Haifa”) – the summary

August 9th was the day for the first Dojo event in Israel and thanks to Yoav Rubin from IBM Research Labs in Haifa, we were able to hold the event in the great Auditorium of the amazingly located IBM building in Haifa. To give you a little impression of what kind of working environment the […]