Category Archives: HTML

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Kids App Building – Meet Codarica

Codarica logoFor as long as I can remember, I wanted to grow up to be a developer. Sure it was totally for the sole reason of creating video games, but still I knew that that was the path for me. But growing up, I didn’t even know that was possible until I was first introduced to programming in high school. It was during that time that I realized it was something I was great at and loved doing.

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iHeartRadio goes responsive

iHeartMedia logoContinuing a relationship that goes back several years, we are happy to be working with iHeartMedia Inc. to make their flagship iHeartRadio site more responsive. Collaborating with in-house designers – and utilizing battle-tested techniques with various front-end technologies: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, React.js, etc. – our senior front-end development team is ensuring that the iHeartRadio site performs flawlessly on today’s vast array of mobile devices.

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Getting in tune with ASCAP

ASCAP logoBoyle Software’s client roster recently grew with the addition of ASCAP – The American Society for Composers, Authors and Publishers. We’re very happy to be assisting the much-respected performing rights organization on a variety of development projects.

Founded more than 100 years ago, ASCAP collects performance royalties for some of the biggest names in music, from yesterday and today: Beyoncé, Duke Ellington, Katy Perry, The Beatles, Jay-Z, and George Gershwin have all been a part of the ASCAP story. Who wouldn’t be excited to be working closely with an organization with such an amazing history? We at Boyle Software look forward to a long and harmonious relationship.

A makeover at Avon

Avon logoBoyle Software continues to work with Avon, assisting the make-up giant in revamping the Web-based ordering application used by their sales representatives all around the globe. We are looking to expand our team servicing this high-profile client in the coming months, cleverly coding the responsive front-end of their ordering and fulfillment application using a mix of AngularJS and other front-end tech: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, etc.

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Truncating text responsively

Truncated text is a pain...Are you trying to truncate text according to the space available? This is something you just cannot do in the back-end. That’s the truth – unless you are really crazy and have plenty of spare time. But even approaching text truncation in the front-end is not something achievable by writing a couple of simple CSS lines. In my opinion, one of the best approaches out there is the one offered by Andres Descalzo in this discussion over at StackOverflow. I took his method and modified it to match the needs of a responsively designed site. Here’s how it’s done…

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Avon calling

Avon logoBoyle Software is pleased to add Avon to our list of clients. According to Wikipedia, Avon is one of the five biggest global beauty product concerns – and the second largest direct sales enterprise. Headquartered in New York City, we are happy to be assisting the company with front-end development – AngularJS, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, etc. – out of their offices in Rye, New York. We look forward to more opportunities to assist this great brand!

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