In May 2008, Wolfram, Tobias and I have met for the first time to organize the first of many dojo.beer() events in Europe. This was the beginning of 6 wonderful years, where I was fortunate to being able to learn something new each and every day. uxebu allowed me to be part of a […]
If we don’t test our code, how will we ever write self-learning algorithms which generate code for us?
Bogus argument? Valid?
We want to wish you all a very happy christmas and a good start into 2013. This year has been very special for us with the launch of http://pixelplant.com, the Flash to HTML5 conversion service including human support and with open sourcing BonsaiJS, after spending almost one year on building something we think […]
We’re really excited to announce the first public release of our editor “Orbit” which allows you to play with Bonsai and create content without having to do any setup. Before I dive a little more into the details, go ahead and take it for a testdrive at http://orbit.bonsaijs.org
Some might have heard of the decision we took last year in October, for others it might be new: We jumped into the deep end of the pool by deciding to spend all of our time on what we love doing most – building tools for the web, using technology of the web. It is […]
This is an “approximation” of the mind-bending optical illusion found in the video:
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It is amazing that we finally are able to use some sort of overflow: scroll; on iOS – I seriously wish we had this two years ago when we were fighting battles to make such stuff happen
Even though -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch; works like a charm (at least in the scenarios I encountered), there is […]
We are very excited to announce the relaunch of the uxebu.com site and subsequently our other project sites as well!! In this blogpost I want to give you a quick overview of the new structure, the setup, why we chose certain tech and how maybe you can draw some inspiration from our work.
During a very intense week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and a lot of very interesting meetings, discussions and talks, one incident surprisingly stuck out. At one of the evening events, I randomly met the folks behind http://www.yourappshop.com, a platform which allows you to distribute iPhone applications through other means than the official […]
During the Oredev speakers dinner last November, I was having an interesting discussion about the car industry and how Google in one swipe mangled up the turn-to-turn navigation market. During this discussion and other interesting conversations at the following JsConf, it it became more and more clear that we (web developers) should be able to […]