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What Are Packaged Apps? Packaged apps deliver an experience as...



What Are Packaged Apps?

Packaged apps deliver an experience as capable as a native app, but as safe as a web page. Just like web apps, packaged apps are written in HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS. But packaged apps look and behave like native apps, and they have native-like capabilities that are much more powerful than those available to web apps.



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Alright all you stop-motion, photo collecting lovers. Listen up....







Alright all you stop-motion, photo collecting lovers. Listen up. You’re going to love this. 

This is called a Memoto digital camera. But it’s an entirely new kind of digital camera with no controls that automatically takes photos as you go. Then you download an app that organises them for you into a stop motion video.

So, like I said… the camera has no buttons. But, as long as you wear the camera, it is constantly taking pictures. I think the battery lasts for up to 2 days. It takes two, geotagged photos a minute with recorded orientation so that the app can show them upright no matter how you are wearing the camera. And it’s weather protected, so you don’t have to worry about it in the rain. Sweet.

The camera and the app work together to give you pictures of every single moment of your life, complete with information on when you took it and where you were. This means that you can revisit any moment of your past. So, if you’re in a habit of destroying yourself on Friday night at da cluuuub and want to remember what happend between 1am and 4am, then this product is for you. 

Or anyone else who just likes taking snaps. 

Check out more info here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/martinkallstrom/memoto-lifelogging-camera







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SheetClip.js: Copy/Paste From Your HTML5 Web App to a Spreadsheet

SheetClip.js: Copy/Paste From Your HTML5 Web App to a Spreadsheet:

Copy/paste from your HTML5 web app to a spreadsheet

Tiny library that transforms JavaScript 2-dimensional arrays to clipboard strings compatible with spreadsheets such as Microsoft Excel, Google Docs, LibreOffice and OpenOffice

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Step by Step From jQuery to Backbone.js

Step by Step From jQuery to Backbone.js:

A lengthy walkthrough of taking a simple blob of jQuery-powered code to a basic Backbone.js app. Very thorough, though it got some criticism on Hacker News from many who found the original jQuery code easier to read.

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Chrome Developer Tools Evolution Web app development moves fast...



Chrome Developer Tools Evolution

Web app development moves fast and Chrome Developer Tools is still keeping you one step ahead. If you know your way around the Dev Tools and would like to take your skills to a higher level, this session will kick your productivity into overdrive. Since last year’s installment, we’ve added a whole slew of features that empower developers to make rich web apps, so in this demo-rich session we’ll explain how to use those tools to develop and debug on mobile and desktop. We’ll take you jank hunting with the new timeline, delve into minified JavaScript via Source Maps, debug Web Workers – and much more. Join us and learn what Chrome Developer Tools can do for you.



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It’s impossible to think about Instagram without thinking “$1...



It’s impossible to think about Instagram without thinking “$1 billion for some photo filters?” Clearly, Instagram was more than just a retro camera clone. It was an addictive way to share one’s trip through life.

Even still, our inner entrepreneur can’t help but wonder, what will the next aesthetic in mobile photography be? It seems plausible that abstraction could see its 15 minutes of fame, and apps like Konfetti seem to support that claim. It’s an iPad app ($2) that views the world as a dynamic series of colored circles, allowing you to snag an abstract photo with the press of a button. Maybe that sounds silly, but when you’re actually using the app, the effect just feels refreshing—like we aren’t just eating the same Lomo filter for lunch again.

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“Today’s smartphones and tablets offer so many ways to interact and engage with the device and its contents, you can do a lot more than tapping some buttons and filtering images with predefined color-filters,” writes Konfetti’s creator Stephan Huber. “I am working in the field where design, code, and art intersects. There’s so much unused potential even after five years existence of the iPhone.”

In Konfetti, that potential manifests in real time, as the world turns to an ever-shifting array of bubbles on your screen—a trick of rendering that would have been difficult to imagine just a few years back. Using the app, you’ll unconsciously appreciate a certain give inside the image processing, an unpredictable elasticity of the software that Huber says ensures each image you take will be “one-of-a-kind.”

“There’s no possibility to reconstruct a former taken picture, even if the subject is the same, the arrangement and sizes of the dots is different,” he adds, comparing Konfetti’s snapshots to old Polaroids rather than pre-defined Instagram or Camera+ filters.

No doubt, Konfetti’s aggressively abstract nature means that not everyone on your Facebook feed will appreciate globular food photos as much as you might. But in a world in which we flocked to retro filters to create insta-art, why wouldn’t we take things a step or two further and go all-out freshman art major?

Download it here.

[Hat tip: Creative Applications]

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Appliness Appliness is a new ‘digital magazine’ for...



Appliness

Appliness is a new ‘digital magazine’ for web app developers and aimed at readers using tablets (although a PDF preview is available). Issue 1 features an interview with Maximiliano Firtman, coverage of HTML5 canvas quirks, a jQuery Mobile tutorial and more.



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“GAME OF THRONES” INVITES YOU TO BEHEAD YOUR FACEBOOK FRIENDS

It’s common to wonder what your friends really think about you, but how can you ever know for sure? Surprisingly enough, HBO and Facebook have an app for that.

In order to promote the April 1st premiere of HBO’s returning soap-opera-with-dragons series, Game of Thrones, Facebook has unveiled a new game that pits fans of the series against each other in a loyalty contest to be judged by the players’ mutual friends in secret. The app, created byBBDO New York, requires a webcam to use, but for a very good reason. After players challenge their Game of Thrones-loving friends to battle, both graft their faces onto dueling fighter avatars; and once it’s all over and a group of friends votes on who they want to win, a first-person POV video plays, showing the winner vividly beheading the loser and finally holding up the head of this now-vanquished foe.

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Building a jQuery Mobile Application, Part 1

Building a jQuery Mobile Application, Part 1:

The first part of a series of articles about building a mobile app using jQuery Mobile. Part 1 is from November 2011 but he finished the whole 4 part series this week.

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tyreecallahan: Tumblrverse!  I need your help! This is the...



tyreecallahan:

Tumblrverse!  I need your help! This is the Chromatic Typewriter, a conceptual art piece and my entry to the 2012 West Prize competition.  The prize is awarded via popular vote this year, but voting is limited to iPhones/iPods/iPads.  (Sorry!  I truly am!)  Click the ‘source’ below to see my Facebook page.  Click the photo to get to the West Collection’s vote page and to download the West Collection iPhone/iPod/iPad app.  The app will let you browse the amazing entries and to vote on this piece your favorites.  Fellow artists: It’s not too late to submit your own work! 

(Edit: Download the West Collection iPhone/iPod/iPad app and vote!  You can VOTE EVERY DAY until mid-May.  I’m seriously outgunned and falling way behind on votes.  Thank you!)



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