20 Jun 2012
20 Jun 2012
4 Jun 2012
17 May 2012
In developing the Contiki mobile website, we thought it would be a good idea to provide them with a working prototype that they could actually click through on their mobile devices. Luckily, jQuery mobile was there to help make this a painless and useful process.
11 May 2012
Tizen is a new mobile software platform that is part of the Linux Foundation and runs HTML5 based apps. They held a developer conference down in San Francisco. I flew down to find out more information about this new operating system.
4 May 2012
Today was our first Planet Argon Foosball Tournament. The competition was fierce.
12 Apr 2012
With all of the talk about mobile best practices, some are neglecting to factor in the reality of existing sites and existing budgets. Just because you don’t have the time or money to completely revamp your site for a mobile audience doesn’t mean you shouldn’t consider a mobile strategy. A separate mobile-version of your website might be the perfect first step.
11 Apr 2012
Lately we have been doing a lot of work for clients on mobile versions of their websites. This got us looking at our own website and how it currently functions on a mobile device.
6 Apr 2012
We have been working on a number of mobile-focused projects lately and have come across some issues we don’t normally deal with when producing sites for desktop browsers.
2 Nov 2011
When I joined the team here at Planet Argon, LESS was being used to code and compile the current CSS files. When a new client project came along, we started the transition to using Sass. The decision was made to use Sass when it was included in Rails 3.1. Being a Rails shop, we wanted follow the conventions that were being advocated by leaders of the Rails community. The differences between the syntax of Sass and LESS are minor, but the process of transitioning our largest project to SASS has had its issues.