Due to the immense demand for Sharebar updates, I’ve started working on a major update to the plugin that I hope to release sometime next week. If you have a specific feature request or bug fix, please comment on this post with your feedback and I will try to implement what I can.
I’ve just spent the past couple of days rewriting a lot of the jQuery Mobile PHP MVC Framework. A complete list of updates is available after the break, so check it out and let me know if you have any feedback!
This past week, I had the pleasure of demoing three great wireframe mockup applications: Balsamiq, Mockingbird and MockFlow. While they each have some unique capabilities, I ultimately ended up picking the one that made my work process easier for me and my clients.
More than 800 new plugins have been added to the WordPress Plugin Directory since my November coverage, showcasing the best of these new WordPress plugins. This month, we take a look at 15 more plugins that add some pretty cool functionality to your blog!
In my Introduction to jQuery Mobile, I mentioned that I had plans for a simple MVC framework using jQuery Mobile and that I would release it if there was enough interest (there was!). While it’s not completely finished yet, I’ve decided to release it in hopes that others find use in it and can perhaps even contribute towards it’s development.
I’ve just finished an update to the Sharebar WordPress plugin that adds color selectors for the vertical widget, new ShareThis buttons and a switch to the Facebook Like (from Facebook Share) button. I had planned to have AJAX loading of buttons finished with this release however it’s proving to be a bit more difficult than I originally expected.
What can I say, I’ve been in love with Google Chrome since they day it was released. I resisted using it until extensions were added, as I was highly dependent on my Firefox plugins as a web developer. As Chrome gets more and more popular, tons of great extensions are being developed that have made it one of the (if not the) best browsers around.
I’ve just updated Sharebar to version 1.1.3, which adds support for disabling the Sharebar widget on individual posts and pages. After you update the plugin, a new option panel should appear in your post and page editing screens at the bottom of the right sidebar – just check that option to disable Sharebar for that post!
As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve been asked for specific information on how I work. Having a solid work environment can go a long way in increasing your efficiency and help you stay organized, so today we’ll take a look at the setup of my desktop computer.