Lately we’ve been using Sencha Touch for an interesting project. We found a problem which something was working correctly while on develop mode but stopped working after the app was built for production. Turned out the problem was becuase we added a custom attribute to an existing sencha component which we wanted to use. Ext.define(‘SomeView’,… Continue reading Adding a custom attribute to an existing sencha touch component (and why it might cause error after production build)
After updating to the newest version of the Gmail App for Android my push notifications stopped working. Here’s how to fix the problem: Go to the Gmail app Go to the Settings page Select one of the accounts you have linked in the app Under Data Usage select Sync Gmail If the autosync is turned… Continue reading Fixing Gmail’s push notifications on Android ICS
I’ll be giving a talk about how to ease your dev life with Chrome Dev Tools today (15 May 2013) at 17:00 in SOHO Sofia See you there 🙂
On 21st March 2013) we made a workshop about Sublime Text 2 in Sofia’s hackerspace – init Lab. There we discussed the cheats 😉 we discussed how to go from blank installation to one customized for our needs. We went through customizing the Sublime’s settings, Installing the package control, The “Go To Anything” for files,… Continue reading Easing your developmetn life with Sublime Text 2
WooThemes released the new WooCommerce 2.0 recently and updating seems really charming with the new interface and other listed features. However sometimes updating won’t be the best thing you can do if your theme is made for 1.6. In non-technical words – if after the update some of the information is missing or is wrong… Continue reading Update to WooCommerce 2.0 and missing information for the product (in the front-end)
Responsive Web Design is quite hot topic over the last few years. This post will give you a basic overview of the totally made-up break-fix approach. The concepts of the approach are simple – having a non-responsive website you iteratively shrink the browser width, monitor when the site breaks (a horizontal scroll appears) and “fix” the… Continue reading The Break-Fix Approach for Responsive Website Design
Here goes my presentation about how to make your WordPress theme responsive. Later I’ll update this post with some comments, code and screenshots.
WordCamp Sofia 2012 is closing in (20th September) and I’m invited to talk about responsive design and WordPress (The talk is named Get Responsive in 30 minutes). If you plan to join me there you can write a comment about something you really want to hear in my talk. Cheers!
I’ve found a really interesting issue with the iOS6 webapp applications – you just cannot use the getCurrentPosition() function if the app is bookmarked on your homescreen. This function hangs and neither calls the success nor the error callback function. Seems it’s only the case if your app is in fullscreen mode (bookmarked on your… Continue reading Apple web-app geolocation on iOS6 is broken