BlogSpot, JavaScript, SquirralFish & porting code structures..

Sourcing earlier post,

Friday 7th May 2010, Progressive Enhancement

General knowledge, and developments from the industry;

WebCore is a layout, rendering, and Document Object Model (DOM) library for HTML and SVG, developed by the WebKit project. Its complete source code is licensed under the LGPL. The WebKit framework wraps WebCore and JavaScriptCore, providing an Objective-C application programming interface to the C++-based WebCore rendering engine and JavaScriptCore script engine, allowing it to be easily referenced by applications based on the Cocoa API; later versions also include a cross-platform C++ platform abstraction, and various ports provide additional APIs.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JavaScriptCore#JavaScriptCore
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Methodologies for the design of soft systems for generations x, y & z

Summarising those seven stage representation of SSM – soft system modeling:

  1. Enter situation considered problematical
  2. Express the problem situation
  3. Formulate root definitions of relevant systems of purposeful activity
  4. Build conceptual models of the systems named in the root definitions
  5. Comparing models with real world situations
  6. Define possible changes which are both possible and feasible
  7. Take action to improve the problem situation

Aspects which separate objectives between design, communication and Interactions for generation ‘Y’, ‘X’ and ‘Z’, the former and its contributory factors to those from later ‘X’ and ‘Z’.

“Following Generation Y, they are typically the children of Generation X; their parents also include the youngest Baby Boomers and some of the oldest Generation Y-ers.”

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Methodologies for the design of soft systems for generations x, y & z

Podcast’s, DAB, Digital Audio & Push Technologies

Posing questions as to the applicability of a new technology, called Push Radio, which;

” ..sends an audio file directly to a DAB+ digital radio receiver via the airwaves, instead of requiring listeners to connect their iPod or mp3 player to the Internet or to sync via an Internet-connected computer.”

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Podcast’s, DAB, Digital Audio & Push Technologies