Submitted by Duncan on Sun, 08/12/2012 - 18:14
This is version 0.1 of a simple application to demonstrate how to use various elements in a web application. It shows how to:use Ajax in a text prompt to avoid needing a submit button on a form
use PHP to access source files (txt) on the server
use CSS to have a responsive design so it can be viewed on a desktop or smartphone
Submitted by Duncan on Sat, 07/07/2012 - 00:54
This is the first flowchart in a series of cooking cheatsheets. Based on baking with the 4 essential ingredients: flour, eggs, milk and butter, it shows a flowchart on how these items can be combined to produce the vast variety of dishes.
Submitted by Duncan on Fri, 07/06/2012 - 19:01
This week we are looking at what sort of things you can do to design a house which is protected from zombie attacks. While not practical, it shows up some interesting methods and design tips to consider.
Key Design Requirements
Submitted by Duncan on Sun, 05/20/2012 - 22:31
One of the hardest things to do as a software developer is to resist adding more features to a program or website, but this is the most important point to remember when designing websites.
It is very tempting to add in quite useful sections to a page or 'use some of the spare space' for more information, however we always need to
remember the key reason for the site in the first place
Submitted by Duncan on Tue, 03/13/2012 - 23:29
Submitted by Duncan on Sat, 03/10/2012 - 15:00
A shed is essential for building stuff, fixing bikes, etc but when you like trying lots of different things it can get very crowded and often you get wood chips mixed in with your electronics project and vice versa.
So I thought what would be my idea workshop, it takes into account the various 'areas' you work on and tries to keep them separate.