“We have a really good idea about developing a new web product.” Usually, this is what we actually think, but in the sentence there is a huge mistake: “a really good idea”. No. It’s not necessarily a good idea! I read countless forums, articles, stories about failure in startups. Too many! But the most […]
Hello!! Myself Gaganjot, am a student of Informatics in TU Munich. I joined Uxebu as a software developer (working student), having motivation and enthusiasm to work in Web Development. While in Uxebu When I started I was a novice to NodeJS, which was at the core of Uxebu. But having the confidence to learn it […]
We’re really excited to announce the first public release of our editor “Orbit” which allows you to play with Bonsai and create content without having to do any setup. Before I dive a little more into the details, go ahead and take it for a testdrive at http://orbit.bonsaijs.org
This is a guest post by David Pfahler and Stephan Bönnemann of keeplook.in. Total reading time: 3:57min (based on Alex) When you try to learn a new programming language or work with a new framework for the first time you’re likely to google something along the lines of “How to …” or “framework X tutorial”. […]
During JSConf.eu, we released EmbedJS 0.2. That release was mainly about a fundamental architectural change: the move to the AMD pattern for our features. Let me explain why we decided to do this, why we think this is a big step forward and what this means for the user.
This time I feel like sharing my (maybe) strange looking console.log() strategy, but I find it very effective, read on to learn why.
At Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, @uxebu attended the WAC event to catch up with the future of WAC. WAC, short for Wholesale Applications Community, is a group of global mobile operators. They provide, among other things, a spec for their correspondent web application runtime “WAC”. Recently the new WAC 2.0 Spec got out […]
Last week, we tagged the current state of EmbedJS 0.1. This is a large step for us, and something we have been waiting for and wanting to do for a long time. And with doing so, the need arises to answer a lot of questions – and we better start sooner than later. So, here […]
The BlackBerry DevCon 2010 closed it’s doors a couple of days ago and to put the conclusion first, I have become a new evangelist for the BlackBerry6 platform. It supports W3C widgets, well … in a way ;). The core message I took away: web technologies have become first class citizens on the new BlackBerry […]
Developing Widgets for Bada Devices
Make evaled script more useable in Firebug
Git SVN Workflow
Dojo D.O.H. Unit Testing
As Wolfram already has posted in the last blog post, we are currently involved quite a bit in the mobile world and especially in investigating on how Dojo can be used best to develop for mobile devices. Taking this as an opportunity we want to announce the next dojo.beer() in Barcelona on June 17th. You […]
Nikolai said yesterday “Is Google spreadsheet becoming the new Microsoft Access?”. You know the visual database and form designer. Well, for the web and pure mashup apps, that are mainly or completely based on the web’s infrastructure, so to say cloud services, one could answer “Yes, it can cover at least the database part”. It […]