I would like to have an App. Sure. Development time depends on the complexity of the App, could be weeks, could be months. And after going over several versions and improvements, it’s finally time to submit the final App to the various App Stores.
“So that’s it? Good, so my App will be live tomorrow. What? Not tomorrow… So how long does it take? Really?”
Yes, check it yourself… this is the time Apple takes from the moment of submitting, to when the App is live in the App Store. See: http://appreviewtimes.com/
Google Play and Windows Phone Store usually take a day for approval.
But all these periods are of course excluding the extra time/rounds it takes when the App gets denied at first. Could be incorrect screenshots, bad App descriptions, the App functionality, anything!
Apple, Google and Microsoft all made up their own rules for approving Apps. My Flappy Cows App for example is still not live on Windows Phone, because “it doesn’t offer any additional or unique functionality”… Thank you, Microsoft. Your loss, you’re missing out on my freakin’ cute cow game.
Remember the custom fonts post?
Don’t forget to set the correct mime-type on your webserver:
woff – application/font-woff
woff2 – application/font-woff
Otherwise the font-file will not load…
Like your office or your house; Your domain name is the address where people can find you. Like real estate, not all addresses are available, and some addresses are more expensive than others.
It used to be easy: You registered a .com for international business, .org for organisations, or .nl if you only operate in the Netherlands, plus Continue reading Domain Names = Real Estate
Yes: My Brain wrote a Self-Elevating App.
I have been writing a Windows Application (32-bit x86 executable) in Visual Studio 2010, that uses the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/AppName registry key to save some basic settings. After some strange accesss errors I figured out that you need administrative access to actually be able to do this. Continue reading Self-Elevating App
COPY – PASTE (Source: SPROUT):
Voor ondernemers die met hun bedrijf op internet gevonden willen worden, is er geen ontkomen aan: zoekmachine-optimalisatie. In de praktijk komt dat neer op zorgen dat je hoog scoort in Google. Maar hoe?
Dé Nederlandse expert op het gebied van zoekmachine-optimalisatie is Eduard Blacquière. Op uitnodiging van de Nuon Academy gaf hij daar onlangs een webinar over. Continue reading SEO = Marketing
Old story, but funny and with a hint of truth: It’s what you know that counts.
The plant went down with a crash. Died in the traces. A redefinition of ‘power failure.’ Technicians and managers went scampering all over the facility, tinkering, thunking, tampering and trying to coax things back to life. Nothing worked, and desperation reigned.
Continue reading The Consultant
Domainname – √ check
Logo – √ check
Colorscheme – √ check
Fonts – √ check
Businesscards – √ check
Letterhead – √ check
Website – ehm? …working on it… just can’t get the correct font to work on the website…
One option is to hire My Brain, another is to keep trying yourself. Colors and style may be easy, but to get the correct font on your website is another story. For this you may want to try:
Sometimes when using Google Chrome, you get an error DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN instead of the website. Nothing seems wrong with the internet connection, the website might even work in other browsers. Below are two methods that might help you to get rid of this error. Follow the below mentioned steps and you will be good to go: Continue reading Fixing DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN Error
Since April 15, Chrome version 42, the plugins Java, Silverlight and others are blocked by default.
Google made a major change in regards to how plugins are handled by the browser. They made the decision to phase out so-called NPAPI plugins in the Chrome browser and Chromium this year. NPAPI plugins use an old plugin API from the Netscape days. Java, Silverlight and other popular technologies use this API to integrate into browsers such as Chrome or Firefox. Chrome supports a new API, called PPAPI, which is not affected by this move at all. Adobe Flash uses the new API in Chrome for example. Silverlight however, has still not been updated and needs some steps to get this to work again.
This is what you do to override the blocking of plugins in Chrome: Continue reading Silverlight won’t work on Chrome
As a developer I like structured code. The browser however could not care less about the right amount of tabs and spacing; it just need to get the code, with as little data-traffic as possible.
To get this done Continue reading Loading speed vs code readability