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PHP, Raspberry Pi and GPIO

PHP, Raspberry Pi and GPIO

Ashleigh Simonelli 23/05/2017 Research,

I know what you’re thinking! "PHP and Raspberry Pi? Another blog/tutorial about setting up a web server!" Well no, I’ve noticed that there aren't really many applications written in PHP for the Pi, so I thought I’d experiment with that after deciding that I didn’t like C...

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A Browser For Web Development

A Browser For Web Development

Mike Onslow 04/10/2016 Research,

There are loads of tools out there to help with development. Browserstack provides quick and reliable access to a huge range of different devices and operating systems, whilst most IDEs and browsers come with plugins that help with live reload and synchronised scrolling – but what about someth...

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Emojis are taking over?!

Emojis are taking over?!

Mike Onslow 12/09/2016 Research,

Google Chrome's latest update is slowly making it's way out onto the web, with increased support for Unicode Emoji characters in the address bar, tab bar and pretty much all over! This got us thinking, now that Unicode characters are so well supported in modern browsers, could you create a page wit...

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A Better Way to Switch Between Google Accounts

A Better Way to Switch Between Google Accounts

Mike Onslow 18/07/2016 Research,

If, like me, you have multiple Google accounts, chances are you need to switch between them from time to time. If you are like me, then you’ve also been doing wrong all this time. In my case, I’ve got my personal Google account and two work ones which I need to access from time to time....

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Favouriting vs Liking - What's in a Name?

Favouriting vs Liking - What's in a Name?

Mike Onslow 04/11/2015 Research,

Any active Twitter users out there (and there are 320 million of us), will no doubt have noticed the subtle change to the platform that is causing a bit of a stir. Last week Twitter announced the end of its “favourite” button, represented by a star icon and announced that it has been re...

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Royalty-Free Stock Photos

Royalty-Free Stock Photos

Mike Onslow 10/09/2015 Research,

The imagery on a website is one the most important things on there. It shows visitors exactly what the site is about and can encourage them to continue browsing or engage. But you can’t just stick any old photos up and expect your bounce rates to plummet, the real trick is getting the right im...

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Google's New Logo and Your Website

Google's New Logo and Your Website

Mike Onslow 02/09/2015 Research,

As I'm sure most people in the world are aware of by now, search and technology giant Google changed their logo recently. There has been plenty of talk about the subject across social media, forums and communities and even the mainstream media, but what does it mean for you and your website? The c...

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Windows 10 - Should you take the plunge?

Windows 10 - Should you take the plunge?

Mike Onslow 07/08/2015 Research,

Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10, was officially released at the end of July being offered for free to Windows 7 and 8 users and at a cost for those not already using Windows. Following the much debated success (or lack thereof) of Windows 8, many people are being cautious abou...

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Mobilegeddon: The Fallout

Mobilegeddon: The Fallout

Mike Onslow 21/05/2015 Research,

Google's "Mobilegeddon" was supposed to revolutionise mobile search results, stripping out websites that aren't mobile-friendly and giving preference to those that are. One month on, how have things changed? Leading SEO authority Moz tracked search engine rankings in the days leading up to the "swi...

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