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Making Content Editors and Web Developers Happy Again

I love static websites. I have been using and enjoying various static website generators for almost three years now (like this website) and I wouldn't want to go back to using more complex systems. But, while I'm comfortable writing my Markdown files in a text editer most non-technical content editors...

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JavaFX vs. HTML5

Choosing a rich client technology is very difficult! I recently did some consulting for a company that needed to choose between JavaFX and HTML5. In this article I would like to share some of my insights on this topic. I don't intend this to be a battle between technologies by making...

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Drag and Drop without HTML5

I gave up on HTML5 drag and drop! A step I should have made a long time ago. Even though I read some reports of people struggling with it (like the HTML5 drag and drop disaster article) I thought I could takle it and make it work for the most...

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Web und Mobile Apps Programmieren mit Dart

Der folgende Artikel ist erschienen an der INFOS 2013 (GI-Fachtagung Informatik und Schule) in Kiel. Artikel als PDF Workshop Präsentation Abstract Bisher war es kaum realistisch,...

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Programming with Dart

The last few months I have been programming with Google's new Dart language. I'm very excited about how great it is to work with Dart! Currently, I'm using Dart for the web client of a project called doxblox (site is only in German at the moment). After a while I found...

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