You might have noticed the absence of posts here on bram.us the past week. Culprit were the new lesson materials I have developed for the course Rich Internet Applications (next year to be renamed to Web & Mobile Development) The developed materials consist of a set of interactive in-browser slide decks, powered by (a customized) […]
An issue I’ve encountered with MAMP Pro since having upgraded to OS X Lion was that requests to vhosts served via MAMP took their time to load: after about 3 to 5 seconds of loading, the site would finally load. The most tricky part in this issue is that it only happens if you have […]
I was meaning to write a blogpost on Gowalla 4. About how I used it less than before. But also about that when I use it (which I still do from time to time), I use it in a more engaged way. In the blogpost on Path 2, I was going to state that “Path […]
A quick mention that I’ve provided Yummy with an update to work with exports made via the new (and broken) Delicious. The update still supports old exports made. Next to breaking stuff like the API, or leaving users with only a few of their links, no longer supporting tag autocompletion, etc. the exported list of […]
The past few weeks I’ve been playing around with some new themes for this website. Finally I ended up with (a modified version of) Salju, a Tumblr alike theme for WordPress, which better suits my current use of this blog. Because of this change some (visual) kinks might be in place, but I’ll iron them […]
After having quickly written DeliciousBackup I couldn’t resist myself into adding a wee bit more functionality to it. The result is a project called Yummy!. It’s goal: to become a self hosted Delicious.
“I can’t stand how the close button for tabs is on the right. On the Mac, close goes on the left.”— John Gruber (#) Last night I whipped up a tad of CSS to position the tab close buttons in Firefox 4 (currently in Beta) on the left hand side of the tab. The CSS […]
About two months ago Plex/Nine, the most awesome Mac Media Center solution for OS X out there, was released. The release was an entire overhaul of the Plex/Eight code and basically had — featurewise — nothing new to offer (heck, even some stuff that worked before didn’t work anymore!). However, this release got me very, […]