18
July
2013

Getting and Setting webview Cookies in Appcelerator

Occasionally when building your app in Appcelerator you need to grab the cookies from a web view. Most likely to grab some login/session information. Below is a simple way to grab all the cookies and then loop through them till you find the one you are looking for.

Written by: Josh Miller Categories: Tips

17
November
2012

iOS and the Inevitable Fragmentation

iOS and the Inevitable Fragmentation

Apple has always been the mobile provider that has not been associated with "fragmentation". You see other mobile OS's out their (Android) with multiple screen sizes and customized operating systems, with multiple issues that can cause major headaches for developers. Well, it's all about to change.... With the recent launches of iPhone 5, iPad Mini, and iOS 6 we see major changes in development that have to accommodate and factor in more development time.

It is inevitable though, Apple simply can't have one screen forever. As the marketplace becomes more and more saturated by smart phones the iOS series has to adapt to the ever-changing marketplace.

Written by: Josh Miller Categories: News

02
October
2012

New Stuff in Joomla 3.0

New Stuff in Joomla 3.0

The open source project Joomla recently announced the brand new Joomla 3.0. This brand new version of Joomla is a huge step forward in the CMS community. Bringing together some of the latest and modern web technologies into a content management system. It is a huge leap forward for one of the worlds leading CMS's. Championing a new way to develop extensible features that create a cohesive feel across Joomla websites.

Written by: Josh Miller Categories: News

25
September
2012

White House Mobile App brings Open Source Code to Government

White House Mobile App brings Open Source Code to Government

The White House has truly made a point to bring technology to the forefront of governmental procedures. With their embrace of open source technology, such as Drupal and others, they continue to pioneer a new form of governmental technology transparency.

Written by: Josh Miller Categories: News

20
September
2012

How the Olympics affected Web Traffic

How the Olympics affected Web Traffic

When it comes to web site traffic there are a lot of factors to take into account. With multiple variables affecting your web hits such as content and products. But how does sports or world events factor into your web data? Well, as it turns out, it really does play a key role in your traffic.

Written by: Alyssa Miller Categories: News

17
September
2012

Diagnostic Imaging Update brings multiple conferences under one website

Diagnostic Imaging Update brings multiple conferences under one website

CME Science recently unveiled their brand new conference website Diagnostic Imaging Update. A website that brings together over four different events to one domain. The website features a sleek and an easy to use design, as well as simple and flexible web functionality. Bringing multiple conferences to one website streamlined the process of managing their conferences online.

Written by: Josh Miller Categories: Press Release

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