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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