L'Expresso Book Machine à la bibliothèque centrale de Brooklyn 5 Model iPhone Apps You Can Create With No Coding Skills Required In this follow-up article, I will share five model iPhone applications developed using Buzztouch. While these apps are not at the top of any iTunes Store List, you will see how they are useful for niche markets, organizations, clients, and the like. Imagine not only handing your clients your business card but also a portfolio mobile app of your work. All the following apps make use of over a dozen Buzztouch tools and templates for app creation. 101 Keyboard Shortcuts For Mac 101 Keyboard Shortcuts makes creative use of nearly all the Buzztouch tools, including a quiz game, custom HTML pages for the shortcut instructions, and the sharing tool properties for the social networking menu items. The developer includes sub-menu properties that include a simple Email Us template that generates a pre-written email about the app that users can send and share with others. Similar menus are built in for Twitter and Facebook sharing, with a pre-written message about the app for easy user sharing.
EBM Version 2.0 Search Putting Your Ph.D. to Work in the Library 04/08/2004, By Todd Gilman After my column on becoming an academic librarian appeared on this site, I heard from many fellow Ph.D.'s -- both those who had made a similar transition and those who would like to make the move. ... Covering the Bases 12/09/2004, By Todd Gilman Surely the last thing a Ph.D. in the humanities or social sciences could wish for, having survived years of failure on the tenure-track job market, would be to relive the horror of unemployment (or... Suspicious Minds 03/03/2005, By Todd Gilman After I wrote several columns offering practical advice to Ph.D.' Subject Experts Need Not Apply 07/01/2008, By Todd Gilman Recent job postings and hires suggest that many academic libraries are losing interest in hiring humanities Ph.D.' A Matter of Degrees 05/18/2005, By Todd Gilman Becoming a Librarian 10/17/2003, By Todd Gilman After years of fruitless hunting for a faculty job, an English Ph.D. finds his niche. Academic Librarians and Rank
BiblioLab How To Create An iPhone Or Android App Without Any Coding Skills But if you’re really eager to make a mobile app based on your website, business, organization, or just a fun quiz game, a website called Buzztouch may well be the web-based solution for you. Buzztouch is essentially Content Management Software for iOS and Android. It provides a template-based process in which you import your app’s information into the online software, and in turn it will create the code that you need to compile the data for your application. I gave a try and it does work. How to Create an App – What You Need MUO has previously covered the steps on how to create a simple iPhone app and submit it iTunes. The tools Buzztouch provides are totally free. However, beyond Buzztouch, you will need a copy of Xcode on your Mac. Developing Your App Buzztouch provides some excellent video tutorials for developing your iPhone application. You start off the process by creating a name for your site. Next, you need to add a logo for your app. Compiling Code
Impression à la demande : état de l'art sur l'évolution du livre Le Print On Demand, ou Impression à la demande a dépassé le simple cadre de prototypes, ou d'expérimentation hasardeuse. Désormais, il est possible de retrouver dans des librairies, certes encore peu nombreuses, de gigantesques machines à imprimer, qui permettent de fabriquer un ouvrage en taille poche, sous moins de 10 minutes, pour 200 pages. Cette évolution du secteur ne va pas sans apporter quelques difficultés, mais indubitablement, représente un avenir certain... Avec Lettres numériques L'impression à la demande recouvre de nombreuses réalités au départ d'un principe très simple : imprimer un exemplaire (au moins) d'un ouvrage qui, pour une série de raisons, ne pourrait pas être imprimé par le canal traditionnel. Les ouvrages imprimés à la demande du lecteur Tout d'abord, il est impensable d'évoquer l'impression à la demande sans parler de ces machines révolutionnaires, les Espresso book machines, capables d'imprimer un livre de 550 pages en une dizaines de minutes. Pour approfondir
College & Research Libraries News Librairie McNally à New York Create Your Own Smartphone App With Infinite Monkeys – No Coding Knowledge Required It would be great if we all had the time, skills, and patience to learn computer coding, especially since technology pervades so many areas of our life. But thankfully, there are applications and web developers out there who provide ways for the rest of us to produce apps with little or no coding skills. Back in June, I reviewed one such web application called Buzztouch, which is designed to allow anyone to create their own smartphone application. Now a similar program has just been released called Infinite Monkeys, a web-based tool geared toward niche communities who want to share content on the iPhone and Android platforms. Infinite Monkeys is not as polished theme wise as Buzztouch, but unlike the latter, Infinite Monkeys, says the developers, “Is completely web-based, and works on any computer or tablet device. You never touch the source code and don’t have to know what it is or how it works.” Web-based GUI Building An App Core Content Publishing App