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Stop waiting your time with web searches for good content for us developers. The content is very carefully selected and the articles ate very short and to the point with links to external resources if you want to get deeper. Best way of staying up to date what's going on and what is trending in the developer and user experience world.
pr_en_nc on Mar 29, 2013 for Appliness
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Excelente
Gran recurso para estar al día!
Fernando Dichiera on Mar 28, 2013 for Appliness
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Great free app
There are plenty of resources out there for web developers and designers, but it take time to sort good and useful from bad. This app did the work for you! It has a collection of useful article and tutorial links and redirects you to an actual site with those articles and tutorials. Great app and it's free!
LILIYA SEIPP on Mar 21, 2013 for Appliness
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Brilliant!
Even as a web developer with 14 years of experience, I still have trouble keeping up with the industry. My time for reading is very limited. Appliness helps me keep up with current trends. I always learn something new. The code examples are awesome. The articles are very well written. I highly recommend this magazine to any web developer with all levels of experience.
Jcochran2003 on Mar 15, 2013 for Appliness
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Well-made and good content
Great reference and tutorials for front end devs.
symmet on Mar 8, 2013 for Appliness
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Great... Depending on your needs and background
Appliness gets high marks for being a visually-striking e-pub that leverages the medium well. It gets lower marks for compelling content—if you're a fairly advanced developer, or work in the covered niches, you'll love it. The rest of us not so much. The problem with the content is three-fold. First, I haven't found it to be particularly broad-based. For example, there's tons of coverage of PhoneGap; is that really a widely-used, mass-appeal web technology? Not really. Secondly, the material is by and large extremely advanced. Sure, that deserves coverage too, but what about readers who are just getting started, or who are trying to scale their knowledge? Most articles assume you're an expert. (Considering that they solicit contributions, perhaps the solution is to write articles for the magazine, instead of writing this review.) Lastly, it's difficult to overlook the fact that there's no actual editor in-charge here. Grammatical errors (often quite glaring ones) and spelling errors are frequent; they detract from the experience, and don't lend much in the way of professionalism or confidence in the material. If the substance of the material was as good as the visual appearance of the material, this would be a home-run. As-is? There's lots of room for improvement, but I love the idea, and I love the visual execution.
WhaddayaKnow on Jan 17, 2013 for Appliness
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