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As a designer and developer, one of the most important aspects of a development environment is aesthetic. But it's usually the last thing on which a company focuses when creating a development environment. Luckily there are some great tools out there, at little to no cost, which are extensible and… keep reading →
We work with many different content management systems for various clients. They all cover the basics, and each provides a set of unique features that clients value over those provided by the others. One of the major features a web content management system provides is the ability to manage content.… keep reading →
A year ago several people at Fynydd participated in the First Annual Fynydd Predictions for the New Year, covering technology and trends for 2015. Who nailed it? Who was pushing claim chowda? Now that it's 2016, it's time to see how we did. Michael Argentini Since I'm the Apple guy,… keep reading →
There are many ways for children to get into trouble online, even at home; your cable box, console gaming systems, desktop computers, social networks, personal behavior, and more. But this article will focus specifically on locking down iOS 9 or later devices. We'll cover some of the other vectors in… keep reading →
This recipe is not only my favorite Indian preparation. It's also my favorite chicken recipe. And I think you'll want to lick your plate clean before getting a second helping. It's THAT good. This is a kid-friendly meal, provided you adjust the heat to their taste. My youngest has been… keep reading →
I don't recommend using Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on intranets and websites. In modern web apps they're not the right way to help site visitors find the content they're looking for. FAQs have been used for decades (or if I'm going to be a history pedant, centuries). Back then, they… keep reading →