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Simple javascript redirect to https

Simple javascript redirect to https

This one seems so simple but I still wanted to drop a quick reference to it here. Very simply: if you have a need to keep your users on https with javascript, this will do the trick.

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FedEx Desktop (2008)

FedEx Desktop (2008)

FedEx Desktop represented a move from web-only based tracking systems to more integrated solutions. This product was released in early 2008 along with the official release of Adobe AIR runtime. I was part of the official Adobe announcement of Adobe AIR, on-stage in San Francisco…

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Joe Monkey Escapes

Joe Monkey Escapes

Joe Monkey needs your help! Trapped for months in the lab of evil Dr. Serious Lee, Joe and his friends have been experimented on to create all manner of robotic baddies. And worst of all, Joe has to sweep up every night! 50 Awesome Levels…

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iQuit It (2008)

iQuit It (2008)

Very early in the iPhone development world iQuit It was developed as a test application. It served as a learning effort. It was an application that offered a very simplified experience to keep track of a user’s urges and relapses when trying to quit something….

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Joe Monkey Screenshots

Joe Monkey Screenshots

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FedEx Advanced Tracking (2007)

FedEx Advanced Tracking (2007)

In 2007 Adobe Flex 3 hit the market with a splash. It started a big discussion about “Rich Internet Applications”. It was far from the first offering in this space, but it did get the attention of larger corporations. By the middle of 2007 we…

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FedEx InSight (2003)

FedEx InSight (2003)

FedEx InSight is still out there and going strong though UI updates ended long ago. This design was from the early 2000’s when “dynamic HTML” was just a buzzword. there is a lot to be said that 10 years later the same code still works…

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Creating an Illustrated Character on the iPad

Creating an Illustrated Character on the iPad

I thought I’d write a quick post about how I design and create characters on my iPad. The Tools I use a Bamboo Stylus¬†from Wacom. The tip is a bit shallow and takes a few sessions before you stop tapping the ring on the tablet,…

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Timing things in Objective-C: A stopwatch

Timing things in Objective-C: A stopwatch

This one is very geeky, but also very useful to those of you out there who need it. There are a lot of times that a developer needs to see just how efficient a piece of code is. Or, to be more¬†accurate, determine what part…

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Going HD — Moving Joe to the iPhone

Going HD — Moving Joe to the iPhone

Okay, it’s that time of the cycle to take on the lifting that is known as “Universal”. I’m talking, of course, about taking Joe Monkey from iPad-only form factor to both iPad and iPhone. A little background here I developed Joe to be “high-def” from…

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