Since such overhauls are relatively infrequent and set the stage for a web site for years to come, they are rare and vital opportunities to step back to basics. What should the site be? What should it express? Who is it for and what should it do for them?
MindBody is a web-based management system widely used by yoga studios. Using MindBody’s SOAP-based API, eeMindBody provides an easy way for a studio’s ExpressionEngine web site to access its MindBody data.
Wired on Apple Park.
At the Zapier Blog they note that AirTable, the online database builder, is the fastest-growing app. Competitors include Knack and Zoho Builder. Could be that the online database service might finally be entering public consciousness as a possibility, taking its rightful place alongside word processors and spreadsheets.
Now that I’ve joined eyeem.com, I was attracted to this article on Instagram and art history. “Today, we look at Instagram feeds with the same level of scrutiny as the Renaissance merchants who converted their Madonnas into ducats.” He argues persuasively and enjoyably that we are being just like Amsterdam burghers.
From the top: Chapter 1, Part 1 of The Internet History Podcast.
Joel Spolsky announces the public beta of HyperDev, “a developer playground for building full-stack web-apps fast.”
Likely the canonical review of Mr Robot, Season #1. By Matt Zoller Seitz.
Launch is probably just the first of many phases.
nce everything’s built and running silky smooth at a web site or system built to your specifications on a robust platform, you can start cashing in on the benefits of such a setup by having us add new functionality and features.
In fact, in the spirit of software’s “release early, release often” mantra, we generally divide projects into phases from the get go, building out each part to completion before starting on the next. That way, ongoing support and development is simply a continuation of the initial working style.
The entire process, with dependencies