Creating Offline Html5 Web Applications

by Shubham on October 27, 2011

One of the most amazing features of HTML5 is the support for offline applications using the cache manifest. Well browser caching is not a new technique; it’s supported by majority of the browsers. The browser caching technique is unreliable and doesn’t work every time. Creating offline web applications is pretty easy and reliable with cache manifest.


Native Apps Vs Web Apps

Native Applications versus Web Applications

by Shubham on October 16, 2011

There are two types of mobile applications; the native applications and the Web Applications. Choosing the right platform for your applications can be tricky. Developing HTML5 technologies for example Canvas are tremendously responsive and boast of quite a few enhancements and features.


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Apple’s Intermediate Step: iPhone 4S

October 11, 2011

So the word is finally out, and it’s not what many had expected. It is again an intermediate step between the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. Honestly, I always had this intuition that it’ll not be iPhone 5 but something in between what we happen to call now ‘iPhone 4S’. But who am I to […]

Customizing Website for IPhone/IPad web

Customizing Website for IPhone/IPad Web Application

September 26, 2011

Creating a native IOS application for your website will be a challenging task if you’re not familiar with Objective C. These are the few tweaks which will make your web application look-alike the native IOS application with existing HTML and CSS knowledge.

Game Development 101

Game Development 101: The Beginning

September 19, 2011

Apart from web designing, I’ve always had an inclination towards game development. And I’m sure many of you out there must have thought of this in the same way that I have. And from what I can tell, the most difficult part of any development is to find resources and guides to get started. So […]

carbyn html5 OS

Carbyn HTML5 based OS for Tablet, PC and MAC

September 17, 2011

Carbyn is an HTML5 based OS that can be accessed with any modern web browser. Since it is built on HTML5 there is nothing to install at all, you just have to login into Carbyn and you’re ready to go! Carbyn runs on any browser except the older versions of IE.

Starting With HTML5

Getting Started with HTML5 (things you need to know)

September 13, 2011

It’s been a while since we switched from the table elements to the div semantics and standards. Now we are using div to group block elements to format them with CSS. You may ask: “Now what’s innovative with HTML5? Should it be early for me to start coding with HTML5 if the older browsers don’t […]

Androids taking over

Androids Taking Over…

February 3, 2011

We knew this day would come, we were warned. For generations, books and movies have been depicting Androids as the evil monsters of future ready to dethrone humans as superior species, kill them and take over the world. And today it is coming true. However it’s quite ironical that this time, these Androids come from […]

Choosing the right headphone

Music to the ears … Choosing the right headphone

February 1, 2011

So you got the latest iPhone or iPod and believed that it and the shipped white earphones are the best thing that happened (or can happen) to music, don’t blame your naivety after reading the post. After all, there were people who once believed the earth to be flat. For my other readers who already are, […]


Enrich your website with Ruby, and fast track it on Rails!

January 23, 2011

Since the early days of civilization, man’s quest for finding a better way to communicate with his fellow humans and express his ideas has been a never ending journey. Thus from the cave painters to the works of great writers, the goal has always been to reach the masses.  But one could only succeed in […]