Samsung Galaxy S2 and S3 – ADB Device Driver

We have been developing applications for the Android platform and getting all of the different phones connected has been tricky. The Samsung Galaxy phones, namely the SII (S2) and the SIII (S3) proved to be the most challenging and time consuming.   Here are the steps we followed to get the phones connected and visibleLearn More
  • 19 Jul, 2012
  • Phil Hong
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Transitioning from Paypal to Authorize.net

One of our clients recently requested to change the payment gateway for her website from Paypal to Authorize.net. We have been using Paypal for 5+ years but the relationship has always been tenuous. First some background: We went with Paypal initially because it allowed us to customize the entire check-out process and hide Paypal fromLearn More
  • 3 Jul, 2012
  • Phil Hong
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Academic Event Management Redesign

Academic Event Management specializes in planning events such as continuing medical education courses. Recently we were responsible for implementing their new site redesign. Working closely with their designers we were challenged to come up with a solution that met the client’s needs and resulted in a clean, elegant upgrade.   In December 2010 we launched the new websiteLearn More
  • 15 May, 2011
  • Phil Hong
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  • website redesign css php,

Introduction to PHP

The purpose of this article is to help you determine if PHP is the right technology for your web application.Learn More
  • 24 Sep, 2010
  • Phil Hong
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  • framework, introduction, php,

Data Recovery

What happens when your hard drive fails and you have no backup?Learn More
  • 10 Sep, 2010
  • Phil Hong
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  • backup, operations,

Backing Up Part 2

Our previous post focused on the reasons for backing up. This post is a continuation in our backup series and focuses on the proper execution of a backup and recovery.Learn More
  • 27 Aug, 2010
  • Phil Hong
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  • backup, operations,

Backing Up Part 1

A computer's hard drive is the most important part of the computer since that is where all the owner's hard work is stored. Yet it is the least reliable part of the computer. Why? Hard drives are mechanical devices with lots of complex moving parts. Any time you combine complexity and moving parts you have a recipe for disaster. Why do we subject ourselves to this obvious danger? Because hard drives are still the most economical way to store all of the gigabytes of data we create.Learn More
  • 13 Aug, 2010
  • Phil Hong
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  • backup, operatoins,

Accepting Credit Cards through your Website

Accepting credit card payments on your website is a requirement if you wish to do business online. There is simply no other form of virtual payment that is as widely accepted and easy to understand. To accept credit card payments on your website you will need a merchant account. This service is the interface betweenLearn More
  • 30 Jul, 2010
  • Phil Hong
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  • e-commerce, paypal,