Another Successful Project using AngularJS

One thing about computer software development, it changes constantly. For our most recent project we chose to use AngularJS because of its two-way data binding. The application was for an online testing site for traveling health care providers. Apparently the health care industry is kind of sticklers about nurses and other providers keeping up their …

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Not All Web Hosts are Created Equally

While recently helping a local non-profit with some upgrades to their WordPress site which we had set up for them a while ago, we ran into an issue with one of the most popular plug-ins not being compatible with their host GoDaddy.com.  We also noticed that the site was very slow. Upon further research, the …

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Migrating a Google GWT Project to JQuery Mobile/PhoneGap application

We’ve developed a desktop-based web application, OurCount.com,  built on Google Web Toolkits (GWT) and a MySQL database hosted on Amazon Web Services.  While working well, the mobile version could be cleaner and packaged as a native app.  This we decided to use as a vehicle to learn the jQuery Mobile framework and phonegap packaging. Basically, …

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1-Click Install of WordPress? Think again!

This particular site uses the wildly popular and robust WordPress self-hosted application.  The word application is used loosely because wordpress is simply a whole bunch of inter-related files downloaded and extracted from WordPress.org. The warning comes in when you are tempted to use your hosts 1-click install of these files.  DON’T DO IT!  While everything …

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HTTPS Struggles with Amazon Web Services

The latest issue concerning our adventures with trying to host a secure site on Amazon’s Web Service AWS concerns data encryption.  After finally figuring out how to upload a trusted third party certificate from Comodo purchased for a paltry $9.99 at NameCheap.com, to the AWS service Identity and Access Management (IAM), we were disappointed to …

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New Android Phones

Yes, we’re serious about developing for mobile phones and to prove it, we now have in our possession three new development platforms.  Though the Android SDK is certainly functional and works well within Eclipse, there’s nothing like real-world publishing and testing on an actual device. Always preferring the direct approach, we attempted a direct connection …

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The Wonderful World of Web Applications

Challenging, yet rewarding, the leap to a cloud-based application is not something to be delved into without some warnings: Amazon Web Services or AWS, while a very powerful and reliable cloud service, is not for the faint of heart.  It’s array of services can be quite overwhelming and the document resources for newbies seems limited. …

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