Tag Archives: development

One Small Step…

One small step for the Team. On Friday we managed to get our first image rendered locked to our position  – well in truth after a little bit of fiddling around, we got it. This was done using Javascript to … Continue reading

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Jeffery Veen on big data sets

An interesting talk by Jeffrey Veen on Visualisations of large data http://www.veen.com/jeff/archives/001000.html

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IceCondor and GeoCubes

While wandering through the RSS feeds this morning I came across two interesting projects via Programmable Web. IceCondor is interesting for a few reasons – it works with social media, location, mashups and it is for the Googles Android platform. … Continue reading

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Data Visualisations and Time

As time will be one of the navigation elements in the project I was having a look through some implementations in other projects. I came across this rather interesting timeline of timelines. Smashing magazine have done a couple of round … Continue reading

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Development Libraries for Mobile Platforms

One of the big issues facing the development of smart phone applications is developing something which will work cross platform.  Trying to support multiple platforms can prove to be a challenge but there are a few helpful hands out there … Continue reading

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