Will Corporate America Embrace the iPhone?
Apple is a “change” company. Look at their track record: Mac II, iMac,
iPod and now the iPhone. What has not changed, however, is the view of Apple
a company that delivers only consumer based products. Apple simply is not
perceived as an Enterprise company. Apple is working to change this
perception. It is a slow process but something came along to change the pace:
Enterprise Tools coming to the iPhone
Apple is looking to “wow” the professional market. For this to be
successful, Apple meet certain base criteria. For instance, many enterprises
need support for Microsoft Exchange; there must be strong support for
industry VPN solutions, you have to be able to control who can view and who
can not view content on an iPhone. Any stolen iPhone must have the ability to
be whiped clean by a remote administrator. The la... (more)
As the name implies, a Cascading Style Sheet, or CSS, is a document that
describes the visual style of your content. Web designers have been
leveraging Cascading Styles Sheets as a tool to control content placement and
text presentation in web pages for over ten years.
With the advent of Web 2.0 applications, it is even more important to add
control to your designs. The Webkit open source project, used in Apple’s
Safari and Google’s Chrome, and Mozilla’s FireFox, recognize that CSS
must be flexible enough to meet your design needs. To this end, there is now
included in the lates... (more)
HTML 5 is making some things easier to use. The first is the DOCTYPE. Located
at the top of a Web page before the opening BODY tag, the DOCTYPE describes
the syntax for the page. The roots for the DOCTYPE lie in SGML. Bearing this
in mind, all DOCTYPES for HTML 4 and XHTML require a DTD (Document Type
Definition) to describe the content. This is all gone in HTML 5. Now, all you
have to do to declare that you are using HTML 5 as your DOCTYPE is add the
following to the root of your Web page:
That's it. Easy, huh?
This week AT&T will be launching it's latest service, MMS, for the iPhone.
The way it is being hyped in the media you would think that this was a really
exciting an innovative new feature. Wow, you can send a video via text! OMG,
ATT, my BFF.
Let's take a reality check here: other carriers have been offering MMS for
years in the US. MMS is not new. Apple was criticized in 2007 for not
included MMS, particularly when a camera has been included with the iPhone
since day one. The reason why MMS has not been available, it turns out, is
not Apple, but AT&T. But, September 25th if you... (more)
It may only be a point release but that doesn't mean that Electric Rain,
makers of the #1 3D modeling software tool for Flash animators hasn't come
out swinging. What you'll find with this new release is a tight focus on the
rendering options in Swift 3D.
Quick Run Down on Swift 3D
First I have to admit I'm partial to Electric Rain's Swift 3D. To me, it has
always been the small product that stood shoulder to shoulder with the likes
of Soft Image, Max and the other big 3D boys. Swift 3D isn't the only Flash
4D design product on the market. It's simple the one outselling its