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Introduction To jQuery (Part 2): Methods & Functions

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Introduction To jQuery (Part 2): Methods & Functions

This is part of an on-going beginners introduction to jQuery web programming series. Part 1 covered the jQuery basics of how to include it in your project, and selectors. In part 2, we’ll continue with basic usage as we look at some methods you can perform on those DOM elements, and some more language fundamentals.

James Bruce February 27, 2013 27-02-2013
Introduction To jQuery (Part 2): Methods & Functions
The Amazon Store for Windows Phone: Never Set Foot In The High Street Again

The Amazon Store for Windows Phone: Never Set Foot In The High Street Again

Amazon’s march to online domination has come thanks to a number of strategies. Most obvious is the low pricing, the supply chain management and the facility to let anyone sell their wares through the marketplace. However, the ease of use of the website is also a core part of this – and by extension, any mobile app created needs to offer all of the main features of the browser-based experience.

Christian Cawley February 27, 2013 27-02-2013
The Amazon Store for Windows Phone: Never Set Foot In The High Street Again
iOS Kindle 3.6 Now Includes Multicolor Highlights & Other Nifty Features

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iOS Kindle 3.6 Now Includes Multicolor Highlights & Other Nifty Features

As I’m an avid user of the Kindle app for the iPad and the iPhone, I eagerly look forward to version updates. I’ve been using the app ever since its initial release back in 2009, and have written reviews comparing it to Apple’s iOS e-reader app, iBooks. Although the latter app has always been more feature-rich, the latest updates of the Kindle for iPad and iPhone include some much-needed features that users should know about.

Bakari Chavanu February 27, 2013 27-02-2013
iOS Kindle 3.6 Now Includes Multicolor Highlights & Other Nifty Features
Get More Out Of Twitter With Your Own Personalized Real Time Newspaper

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Get More Out Of Twitter With Your Own Personalized Real Time Newspaper

Newspapers may be going the way of the dinosaurs with the growing footprint of digital media. But there’s something to be said about old familiarity. Our reading habits might be changing, but the residues of the old still remain. Does this explain why there are so many only apps which have customized reading views based on the style of newspapers columns?

Saikat Basu February 27, 2013 27-02-2013
Get More Out Of Twitter With Your Own Personalized Real Time Newspaper
Armchair Shopping: 5 Must-Have Apps For The Serious iPhone Shopper

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Armchair Shopping: 5 Must-Have Apps For The Serious iPhone Shopper

There’s no denying how much easier smartphones make our lives – and one of the things that has become all the more easy thanks to the wide variety of apps available – it’s online shopping. Using nothing more than your phone, you can buy just about anything from a car to a notebook, from a computer to a home. And you can also use that same phone to make sure that you’re getting the best deal.

Nancy Messieh February 27, 2013 27-02-2013
Armchair Shopping: 5 Must-Have Apps For The Serious iPhone Shopper
What Do You Use For News? [You Told Us]

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What Do You Use For News? [You Told Us]

It’s not exaggerating to suggest that a person in a developed country can now find out what is happening anywhere in the world, whether it be their local area or somewhere thousands of miles away, almost instantly. News reports are everywhere, and on every medium you can think of. This is amazing considering how hard current affairs and world news was hard to come by until relatively recently.

Dave Parrack February 27, 2013 27-02-2013
What Do You Use For News? [You Told Us]
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