Welcome to my Web and Mobile Developer Blog. Here you will find the latest News and Rants about mobile apps, websites and the internet.
I also, occasionally, write blog posts on non-techie stuff too!
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This is my first blog of 2011, and like my last blog of 2010 it is about all things iPhone and Mobile.
In the last week my latest iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad creation has been launched: Yard of Ale ...
Over the last few months I have spent a long time thinking about, and starting to develop, Apps for the iPhone.
My first finished game, Firefox Fun, is now available in the Apple iTunes App Store.
You may have noticed that I have not updated my blog since last year.
Well, the main reason for that is that I have been very busy with projects at Silkmoth.
In the last year, we have achieved m...
You may have noticed the little red bird that has appeared at the bottom right of this website.
What's that all about? You may well ask.
Well, next to the little birdie, should be my latest "Twe...
Using a Content Management System (CMS) can help make your website much easier to manage and update, especially for those not adept in web design and development.
CMS offerings, in general, make th...
I was recently contacted about performing SEO on a shopping website, written in ASP.
The owner of the site had been told that as the site was written in ASP, with a SQL Server database, that it was...
I have this week done some Search Engine Optimisation work for The Doghouse Studio - A residential recording studio based in Henley On Thames, England.
I was asked earlier this year to look after t...
Recently I have been working on a new shopping website, written in C# and SQL Server, that was to replace on old website that had been written in Perl, with a MySQL database.
The new website bears ...
This week I have been working on a new website project, using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 for the first time.
If you are coming to Studio 2008 from Studio 2005, everything seems similar, and you s...
I had an interesting problem to solve the other week when looking over a website page that had been translated to Russian, and was delivered from a machine hosted in Russia.
The translation was fin...
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