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JSP conditionals :: c:choose c:when c:otherwise

Apr 24, 2014 11:28 PM
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I have been doing some coding in JSP recently and here is a code snip I wanted to share.  It is essentially a if/else conditional, but in the JSP:   <c:choose> <c:when test=”${someConditional}”> <!– if someConditional is met output some html –> </c:when> <c:when test=”${someOtherConditional}”> <!– if someOtherConditional is met output some other html –> </c:when> <c:otherwise> <!– […] (translate)

Be a problem solver

Apr 24, 2014 11:28 PM
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Solving problems will take you further than just trying to come up with a new idea.  Make something better and evolve the process, don’t get hung up on old ideas.  Take a problem and make it your own.   Find a problem and solve it :: #innovate #ux — Jeff Fall (@jfall) April 24, 2014 (translate)

A new look for our blog

Apr 24, 2014 11:21 PM
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Yes, you’re in the right place: this is still the Typekit blog, and is also the new home for Typblography! We thought it was about time for a fresh look now that we’ve made some exciting changes to our team. The Adobe Type team is now part of Typekit Typekit officially joined forces with the Adobe Type and CoreType teams last fall, and we are thrilled about this expansion to our group. You can see all the new faces on our updated About page, and can look forward to several new voices on the newly-combined blog. As always, we’ll use (translate)

Build a Prototype

Apr 24, 2014 9:47 PM
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Building a design prototype allows you to solve for real issues early in the process with code and not photoshop :: #UX #UI #Prototype — Jeff Fall (@jfall) April 24, 2014 (translate)

Build a Prototype

Apr 24, 2014 9:47 PM
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Building a design prototype allows you to solve for real issues early in the process with code and not photoshop :: #UX #UI #Prototype — Jeff Fall (@jfall) April 24, 2014 (translate)

Keeping up with Cordova and PhoneGap

Apr 24, 2014 9:21 PM
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How do developers keep up with the latest updates from the Apache Cordova and PhoneGap projects? The first resource I'd consider is the Cordova blog. Not technically a separate site from the main home page, the News link acts like a blog and is a handy way to get notified about recent changes. There is an RSS feed (http://cordova.apache.org/rss.xml) you could add to your favorite reader or consider using an IFTT RSS to Email recipe (like I am adding myself right now!). On the PhoneGap side, check their blog as well. By default, they aggregate posts from the community as (translate)

Keeping up with Cordova and PhoneGap

Apr 24, 2014 9:21 PM
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How do developers keep up with the latest updates from the Apache Cordova and PhoneGap projects? The first resource I'd consider is the Cordova blog. Not technically a separate site from the main home page, the News link acts like a blog and is a handy way to get notified about recent changes. There is an RSS feed (http://cordova.apache.org/rss.xml) you could add to your favorite reader or consider using an IFTT RSS to Email recipe (like I am adding myself right now!). On the PhoneGap side, check their blog as well. By default, they aggregate posts from the community as (translate)

Video: It’s a Great Time To Be A UX Designer by Jared Spool

Apr 24, 2014 7:34 PM
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IN THIS 60-minute video caught live at An Event Apart Austin 2013, Jared M. Spool explains why “It’s a Great Time To Be A UX Designer.” (translate)

Big Web Show № 117: The Real Macaw – Stop Writing Code, Start Drawing It

Apr 24, 2014 7:34 PM
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IN BIG WEB SHOW Episode № 117, Tom Giannattasio, Founder/CEO of Macaw, “the superhot web design tool of the future,” joins me to discuss a paradigm shift: can we really draw semantic HTML and succinct CSS? How it works. Pixels, percentages, ems, or rems? Designing a design tool. How to quit your job. From Kickstarter […] (translate)

Adobe Web Platform Goes to the 2014 WebKit Contributors’ Meeting

Apr 24, 2014 7:22 PM
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Last week, Apple hosted the 2014 WebKit Contributors’ Meeting at their campus in Cupertino. As usual it was an unconference-style event, with session scheduling happening on the morning of the first day. While much of the session content was very specific to WebKit implementation, there were topics covered that are interesting to the wider web community. This... (translate)

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