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iOS 7: the developer point of view

iOS 7: the developer point of view

The WWDC is over and now we can get conclusions of what we’ve seen on the presentation from Tim Cook, Phill Schiller and many others at the Moscone Center. After this great conference we saw yesterday, developers can see how important is to stay with Apple, and...
Responsive Design and its influence on SEO

Responsive Design and its influence on SEO

When we talk about design it seems like we only talk about colors, shapes, shadows, backgrounds… The visual and eye-catching part of our web. Is all that simple? Today it’s a lot more than this. A good design is not only a beautiful design, some details...
WordPress is 10 years old, happy birthday!

WordPress is 10 years old, happy birthday!

Is amazing how fast time flies and how some products evolve and become a reference within the sector, holding the spotlight for own merits. We’re talking about WordPress, the biggest web publishing (not only blogs) platform, turns 10 years old from its first...
Obj-Capsules: how to shuffle an NSMutableArray

Obj-Capsules: how to shuffle an NSMutableArray

It’s very usual to randomize things, shuffle, mix… Our great app autoQuiniela has some smart/random algorithm, just because football is a probabilistic sport, not deterministic nor purely random. Objective C provides a simple way to shuffle an...
Ruby on Rails 4: what’s new?

Ruby on Rails 4: what’s new?

Ruby on Rails is one of the most powerful and productive framerorks all around. The performance is not optimal, some developer may say, but, when it comes to developing time cost, this performance results on less hours coding, less problems and a solid MVC to found...