Author Archives: Christian O. Andersson

About Christian O. Andersson

Christian is an enthusiast of the cutting-edge technology that will empower tomorrow's mobile and web applications. He holds an M.Sc. in Computer Engineering. Follow Christian on Twitter

“Läkemedelskollen” utsedd till bästa vård-appen på Vitalis-mässan 2012

Under Vitalis-banketten utsågs med pompa, ståt och konfetti-regn vinnarlaget i app-tävlingen VitalisHack2012. Nio utvalda lag kämpade mot klockan under 24 timmar, och när slutsignalen gick på tisdagen enades juryn om att belöna vår app “Läkemedelskollen” med första pris. Enligt motiveringen … Continue reading

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Hur gör man en bra och framgångsrik smartphone app?

För att en app ska bli framgångsrik krävs två viktiga faktorer – attention och retention. En attention-getter kan vara ett varumärke, en spännande ny teknisk innovation, en snygg ikon, snack/brus i sociala medier, en plats på någon topplista, uppmärksamhet i … Continue reading

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Players rule in new quiz game for iPhone

Put your trivia knowledge to the test in the new Swedish iPhone game Quizkey. Besides answering questions, you can also create your own and hiss or diss existing. In Quizkey, the players shape the game.

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Creating a dojo.store.JsonRest backend server using ZendFramework (PHP)

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The Dojo Object Store API is the emerging standard for supplying data to dojo widgets. Based on the W3C’s IndexedDB object store API, that we will start seeing native browser support for as HTML5 gets adopted, it provides a solid, … Continue reading

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Using dijit.Tree with the new Dojo Object Store (dojo.store)

A dijit.Tree

A colleague asked me today how a dijit.Tree can be used with the new dojo.store architecture, which will supersede the legacy dojo.data architecture. Every tutorial he found on the web used ItemFileReadStore, which implements the old standard. Later that day … Continue reading

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Installing Persevere

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Persevere is not a single monolithic web server like Apache. Rather, it’s a set of server apps – or JSGI middleware – working together. While this is very powerful in terms of flexibility and extensibility, it complicates the installation process. … Continue reading

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