Just an update about my so-called project. I just ‘imitated’ the Twitter new tweets function. it automatically updates every x seconds to check if there are new data or burps. once it detected there’s a new burp, it will update the interface telling there is ‘x new Burps’. the user can click it and the new data will load up.
just like twitter as i said earlier.
I’ve upgraded my Bootstrap from version 2.0.4 to the latest version which is version 2.1.0 and my application just changed not to the way I supposedly to expect. Bigger margins for the hgroup tags (h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6) and the default color of the navbar is white! I wanted to apply but it will cost me more time customizing and adjusting the style so I decided to stay with version 2.0.4
just pushed the updated version of Burper to my Github repo. btw, Burper is a site which is almost the same as Twitter. I’m planning to deploy it in the Internet but I’m having second thoughts because if the developers of Twitter knew about this site, they might file me a lawsuit. Here is a screenshot of the site:
that’s the profile page layout and it’s still on progress.
I’ve got intrigued by this framework, they say that it would help your build your projects faster especially in the designing aspect. I started created a project for the response unit in our local Red Cross chapter which would hold all of their data for easy organization and documentation. I started this on the first week of April. The first module that I’ve created which is the storing of the information of the volunteers took me almost 4 days to complete provided with a PHP framework. Most of my time fell on the designing aspect and it always give me a migraine then suddenly I bumped up with the Twitter Bootstrap, I read it’s documentation and started creating the project all over again. I just started it 2 days ago and right now I’ve finished two modules (Login and Personnel module).
this is the homepage of the first project and I’m not yet using the Bootstrap (sorry, it’s kinda messy)
and here is the screenshot of the project with the use of Bootstrap
looks so neat isn’t?! :)
I recommend to all designers to use this and also to the developers which is most of the time our weakness is in the designing aspect.
Check their site at http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/index.html
Section of a large and entertaining infographic titled “What if social media sites were your neighbors?” In this instance, your Twitter neighbors subject you to a constant cacophony of chatter (not unlike my real neighbors!).
The poster is from Column Five Media, whose blog is full of data visualizations.
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UAAP Cheerdance, trending at Twitter..:D