Web Design News

Core Engineering Site Live

Core Engineering site is now live. Clean and simple site with easy navigation and bespoke forms for enquiries.

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Upgrade to Android Market

Just spotted on the Google Blog that there is an update to Android Market coming out (more info at: http://googlemobile.blogspot.com/2011/07/new-android-market-for-phones-with.html).

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SilvaBuilda, the Silverstripe build tool

I love using Silverstripe, its a great CMS and Framework, easy to get into but powerful. But, there has been one thing bugging me for some time now, and that is managing all the different third party modules that you need in order to get your site up and running.

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How's Silverstripe 3.0 looking?

Anyone who is interested in Silverstripe is interested in what will happen in next iteration. By the sounds of it there are going to be a lot of big changes, but one of the ones I am very interested in is updating the design and layout of the admin area.

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Moblin OS

During my wanderings on the internet the other day, I came across a pretty slick little Linux operating system that, according to their site, has been built from the ground up 'to work on Intel Atom powered devices.

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Google Docs gets some updates

I noticed last night that Google has anounced a load of new features for Docs users. Biggest one is probably the fact you can now upload any file, and Google Docs will act as an online harddrive. Though currently there is only a gig of storage space.

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Facebook's HipHop web server

I have been doing some reading up on Facebook's announcement that it has been developing a new web server, specifically for PHP apps. Apparently it will convert PHP code into C++ for more efficient running.

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i-Lateral version 4 alpha online

After at least 4 years of neglect, I have finally decided to get the paddles out and try pumping some life through this dead site. LIVE! LIVE DAMN YOU!!!

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