I did this all the time mixing Google Maps and sending the address to my phone – which I always thought how dumb that was considering everything else was synchronized so nicely between my Mac and iPhone. The new feature in OS X Mavericks lets you find the location and route on your Mac and send it to your device. This is also very cool because my wife and I share the same Apple account and now I can easily send her directions!
Out of blogging ideas? Can’t seem to figure out what to write next? Well if you are a niche blogger you may want to check out BlogDash. The service is essentially a list of bloggers categorized for companies to reach out and get product reviews, articles, guest blogs, etc. It might be a really good way to get some free stuff to write reviews about and possibly even get paid for some blog topics.
I rarely ever do a guest blog for a product that is not relevant to my blog so I am very picky. I do however, like to review gadgets, software, and books that I personally have interest in. Either way, I just signed up for this and we will see where it goes!
I got my first Mac over the summer and have been playing around writing applications for iPhone and iPad. Being very new to the Mac I am constantly using Google to find tips, tricks, and “how to” articles. And of course when I find something very cool and easy to do I like to share it. This is my first quick tip for developing embedded HTML applications in an iOS device. Without a debugger you are dead in the water!
I am interested to hear if this the best way to debug such applications, any feedback is welcome.
Earlier this year I posted an article (Using Dynamic Drive’s Image Zoomer in WebSphere Commerce) but I didn’t complete it. Meaning, if you selected a new swatch color the large zoom image did not change to the new color. This post finishes the implementation, all be it as a little hack but works great!