Surf’s up

@JustinKownacki made a comment on how bad the mobile experience was for most websites. It struck me at first that this was the same old debate about native apps versus web apps, in which I always fall on the side of web apps. I am a web developer, so this is my camp....

CME: content management ecosystem

I adore – I know, a funny word to use, but there really is some love there – the concept of a content management ecosystem, which Matt Thompson further outlines in this article. I had read a little about project Argo a while back and knew it was a great approach to...

flattening my world

Since moving to Hong Kong and thus becoming self-unemployed, i have had lots of time to think about how i have approached building content management systems. For the last 2 years, i’ve been working with my own CMS (Content First) on my own projects and with...

simple production

the blog revolution is only a revolution because it is changing the way people think about producing content.  in fact, now they are thinking about producing content.  before, we were all about webpages.   oh, you want to get online – you need to create a webpage. ...

XMLeditor continues…

the XMLeditor continues… we’ve extended the xpath matching to understand this kind of query: /projects/project[@node=’someProject’]/files/file[@id=’123′] i know it’s a pretty simple requirement, but then we never set out on this project to fully support xpath. ...

XMLeditor

the XMLeditor has been really interesting to work on lately.  it seems to combine all of the approaches to parsing xml using an event parser, which alan and i have been exploring.  Ultimately, we found trying to do several things at once became too complicated.  So...