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Maeve Lander
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UI designer/developer Perth, WA
UI designer/developer Perth, WA

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An update on the state of play regarding 3rd party access to NFC on iOS devices. For apps like ours, PayNow for Stripe, the current NFC block means that our Apple users cannot accept PayPass with a tap, a feature our Android users enjoy and find extremely helpful. 

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My latest app PayNow has been names app/tech of the week by WA Business News. Awesome! Thanks guys.

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Maeve Lander commented on a post on Blogger.
Will this affect WordPress and other CMS based sites that include administrative login?

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Do these stats surprise you?

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Snapdrop is one of my new favourite tools. It just does one thing, really well - p2p file share. The perfect web app.

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Auto SSL + Let's Encrypt in WHM/cPanel makes it a breeze to generate and install free SSL certificates and have them renewed automatically. This is great news in the pursuit for a more secure web.

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Making informed design decisions regarding capitalisation is important, as John Saito (from Dropbox) explains in his article below. Worth reading for UI/UX designers. In case you're wondering, I'm team sentence case unless there's a very good reason for Title Case.

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Speak another language? I would love some help with tranlations for my app, PayNow for Stripe. Visit the link below to help out. :-)

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"As enormous and successful as Burkey’s project has been, however, the code itself remained somewhat obscure to many of today’s software developers. That was until last Thursday (July 7), when former NASA intern Chris Garry uploaded the software in its entirety to GitHub, the code-sharing site where millions of programmers hang out these days.

Within hours, coders began dissecting the software, particularly looking at the code comments the AGC’s original programmers had written. In programming, comments are plain-English descriptions of what task is being performed at a given point. But as the always-sharp joke detectives in Reddit’s r/ProgrammerHumor section found, many of the comments in the AGC code go beyond boring explanations of the software itself. They’re full of light-hearted jokes and messages, and very 1960s references."

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