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Heuristic Outcomes by Ade Oshineye: Software craftsmanship, photography and heuristics
Heuristic Outcomes by Ade Oshineye: Software craftsmanship, photography and heuristics

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Why are the presenter notes ugly when I export them from Keynote?
I use Keynote and I like it. However like many other professional-grade products from Apple it seems to to be changing in ways that make it less suited to my needs. In Keynote 09 I can easily export a good looking PDF with presenter notes and upload it to S...
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Progressive web sites: a future that’s native to the web
People sometimes claim that the web and native apps are converging. I disagree. I think the process is more like chiasmus in the sense that we will end up with an app-like web and a web-like app ecosystem but they'll still be different from each other. The ...
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PWAs are websites
I recently saw this article in SD Times by Frank J. Ohlhorst which was describing the PWA approach to a new audience . Whilst I'm glad that Frank wrote the article I felt it had a few significant technical inaccuracies or misunderstandings. It initially sta...
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Starting a new PWA directory
A few of us in Google's Developer Relations group are building a little demo: pwa-directory.appspot.com It's open source and code named Gulliver because it's a PWA directory in the spirit of Yahoo or DMOZ . That means it's not a curated gallery. Instead we ...
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Embeds, content and context
As a publisher you have 2 choices. You can either bring the people to your content or you can find ways for your content to flow towards the people. Historically that has meant using syndication technologies like RSS but in these days of #PeakRSS that's no ...
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Art, AI and Google I/O 2016
What if there are interesting things waiting to be discovered where artificial intelligence meets art? At Google I/O 2016 Ramzi Rizk  told me there's a field called  Computational Aesthetics.  It is so nascent that it doesn't even have a Wikipedia page. Com...
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Cargo cults and progressive web app stores
People are seeing that native app platforms have some feature and are then asking for the exact same feature for the web. Instead they should be asking about the job to be done and the benefits users or developers see from a given feature. For example app s...
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The Social Stack: what’s in and what’s out at the various layers
I wrote this back in late 2010 from August to November. This was around the time of the first and only OpenWebFoo so I was trying to think through the stack of specifications, protocols and standards that would have let us build a federated social web. I've...
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Guide to implementing App Linking on Android 6.0 Marshmallow Android Marshmallow has a feature that can make life better for developers who feel that their app experience is better than their web experience. It's called   App Linking and it ensures that you...
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Omnivorous inclusiveness and the closing of the browser parenthesis
In the past I've thought of the web as a convoy of browsers . That turns out to be wrong. Nowadays (thanks to a long lunch with Paul Downey , Jeni Tennison ,  et al) I've begun thinking of the web as a ship of Theseus where, despite replacing every single p...
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