A little update on Apps for Ghent 3 and the renovation of my site. Spoiler alert: we didn't win Apps, but we enjoyed it!
Time to talk a bit about git and version control. It's an interesting topic, and I go a little bit in detail how I use git in my own projects.
The second week at Artevelde is almost coming to an end, and I have some stuff to revise. I also share a small ASP.NET creation.
A new navigation, for all resolutions and displays, removed cookie requirements for navigation (Cornerstone articles are now parsed à la PHP with ?id=X) and a few changes under the hood make this the most significant update to the site since its inception.
Some new additions like landscape support for iOS devices, moved experimental features and navigation indicators have been added to the site. We take you through the changes.
The results of all the work are in, and there's a little bit of an update on what's going on. This article was updated on February 2, 2013 to reflect site changes.
The exams are almost over and I explain what I've been doing (apart from updating this site) to help me study.
The website is now live on nicoverbruggen.be. I also talk about a few worthwhile additions to the site.
Here's a brief rundown of what was added to the site today. There's support for lists, there's an archive and some other minor additions. More information inside.
So there are now images on this blog. Take a look at how I was able to do that using a piece of a string that gets replaced using .replace() and take a look at the picture of the kid that I had to work on using Photoshop.
It's actually possible to add paragraphs to posts on this blog. Also, a little update on the story. Plus, information about the widescreen display option near the navigation.
In addition to mobile icons, I've also got a spinner working on this site. It was actually quite easy, but I don't know if it degrades gracefully.