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How we integrated the Ghost blogging platform

We recently upgraded the Fynydd blog with Ghost, a Node.js-based blogging platform. The catch? Our site is running PHP on Windows with IIS.

New client spotlight: K&P Consulting, Inc.

KPCI provides information technology and management personnel to address your technical and business challenges.

Support SVG in older browsers with PNG fallbacks

Instruction on using Modernizer to detect SVG support in the browser and swap with PNG files when necessary.

New client spotlight: Real-Time Learning Solutions

RTL's seasoned team of instructional designers, artists, and technology experts work closely with you to design effective e-learning solutions that meet your training needs and business objectives.

Structure rich content with microformats

Strategic formatting of content allows for a rich representation of your content in search results and posts Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.

How to make bootable OS X Yosemite USB flash drives and other media

How do you erase your Mac hard drive and install OS X Yosemite without a startup disk or using recovery mode? You need a bootable OS X Yosemite installer. Here's how to make one.

New client spotlight: Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute

The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) is a not-for-profit company that brings together the global laboratory community for a common cause: fostering excellence in laboratory medicine.

Tips for building an iOS 8 notification center Today extension

Here are some learnings from a project I recently updated for iOS 8 and the new iPhones, which featured a new Today extension.

New client spotlight: International Chiropractic Pediatric Association

The ICPA is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance chiropractic by establishing evidenced informed practice, supporting excellence in professional skills and educating the public.

Configure Espresso 2 to syntax highlight Sass files

Modifying the OS X app Espresso 2 to support syntax highlighting of Sass files is an easy chore. Just modify the existing CSS plugin to recognize the Sass file extensions ‘sass’ and ‘scss’.