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Diving into MeteorJS

May 28, 2013

Meteor JS is a really cool framework, it allows you to do real time communication out of the box, it also comes with some smart packages (as they call them) that we can use in our own projects to make things simple. Meteor JS is built on top of Node JS and is great to…

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Google Announces JSON-LD Compliance at Google I/O

May 21, 2013

Google announced JSON-LD compliance for Schemas in their web apps, particularly for GMail, Google Search, and Google Now. The ramifications for JSON-LD across all of Google and other Internet sites, should Schemas and JSON- LD come into wide use are considerable. Native applications, such as Apple Mail, could also benefit if they add support for…

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Get Up And Running With Grunt.js

May 17, 2013

If you’re anything like myself, you’ve probably had interest in trying to utilize Grunt.js in your projects. Maybe you’ve at least heard of it, or have heard of people using it in their workflows. Unfortunately, the barrier for entry seemed a little bit high for me. Not necessarily technically, but I was confused on how…

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Wuberizer – A Web Audio API Experiment

May 15, 2013

We at Modus Create are always experimenting with emerging HTML5 Technologies. Recently we began an internal effort to split in groups and research technologies, frameworks or methodologies that we found interesting and present them to the company. The first group effort completed by Stan Bershadskiy, Tyler Knappe and Alex Lazar resulted in an app called…

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Facebook Mobile DevCon 2013

April 19, 2013

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending the Facebook Mobile DevCon in New York City. This event promoted Facebook’s recent Native App SDK releases for native devices. The overall themes were to promote discovery and increase user engagement of your app. Here are some takeaways: Facebook wants to be the one and only social platform…

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Bootstrapping and Theming Your App with Sencha Touch 2.2.0

April 16, 2013

Sencha has just released the much anticipated Sencha Touch 2.2.0. Alongside a number of significant underlying framework changes, there are also significant changes in the way that you bootstrap new applications using Sencha Cmd v3.1.1.270 (the latest as of this writing). Sencha has also modified the way that you modify and include SASS files to…

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Announcing the DZone Sencha Touch Refcard

April 5, 2013

Modus Create is pleased to announce the release of the DZone Refcard: Sencha Touch The Sencha Touch Refcard introduces the Sencha Touch 2 framework and its core concepts. For each concept there are source code snippets showing it in action. It is targeted for Sencha Touch developers of all experiences, it can serve as a…

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Prov.JS Meetup Recap – JavaScript Patterns in Objective C

March 26, 2013

Last Thursday night, Andrew Goodale gave an excellent presentation at ProvJS that highlighted some of the similarities between JavaScript and Objective-C. It turns out there are quite a few things we use in JavaScript that can be applied here, especially when it comes to basics of getting things done. For example: Delegates, Events JSON Function…

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5 Startup Lessons Learned from Call of Duty

March 5, 2013

Playing XBox Live allows our distributed team to connect on a personal level and decompress. As our COD gameplay has improved, we’ve noticed that breakaway players have developed ‘cash management’ and ‘juggernaut’ strategies that allow for survival in to upper waves. From here, clear parallels into our own strategic planning conversations evolved. 1 – Know…

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Modus Create turns 2!

March 4, 2013

2012 was a great year for the team at Modus! We’ve put together an infographic to represent our journey to date. Thanks to our new and existing clients and talented team members who’ve joined us over the past twelve months. Here’s to amazing things in 2013!

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