We’ve been working with Feed.FM, which allows you to quickly integrate their web-radio hosting service into your Android app! You’ll be able to Play, Pause, Skip songs and switch playlists; we’ve abstracted all the nitty-gritty details for you.
D3 is so awesome. The other day a friend showed me Spotify Serendipity project, which used D3, and I was floored by the beauty of how visual data can show so much. A picture is truly worth more than a thousand words.
In Part 1 I shared how I recently tuned an internal time tracking and invoicing app built on Grails 2.4.x app in order to make it perform more quickly. The app is hosted on AWS (Ubuntu) and served using Tomcat 7. Part 1 spoke about Java melody and 2nd level hibernate caching.
Creating Something Out Of Nothing The task of creating something out of nothing is perhaps the most challenging aspect of a designer’s job. Beginning a new project can elicit apprehension about how to proceed and feel intimidating. It is comparable to a writer sitting at their desk, staring at a blank page, waiting for that inspirational first […]