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Scrolling Support in Muir – Mobile Browser Testing

Scott Ruttencutter
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I’ve had great feedback from a lot of people over the Muir launch this past month, with one resounding question that we honestly didn’t have a good solution for until today. Does Muir Support Synchronized Scrolling? Synchronizing scroll position across mobile devices is a tough proposition, because with responsive design, it is completely possible that […]

Scrolling Support in Muir – Mobile Browser Testing

Scott Ruttencutter
ruttencutter.com

I’ve had great feedback from a lot of people over the Muir launch this past month, with one resounding question that we honestly didn’t have a good solution for until today. Does Muir Support Synchronized Scrolling? Synchronizing scroll position across mobile devices is a tough proposition, because with responsive design, it is completely possible that […]

Developing an Alternative to Adobe Edge Inspect

Scott Ruttencutter
ruttencutter.com

Adobe Edge Inspect and Creative Cloud Last year I downloaded a tool from Adobe originally codenamed Adobe Shadow, which was a free desktop+mobile app that provided mobile device browser testing for mobile web developers. I used it quite a bit while it was in beta for synchronizing sites I was developing across multiple devices to […]

How To Bring A New Mobile App To Market Quickly.

Scott Ruttencutter
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I work with a lot of clients on a daily basis to bring their applications and ideas for interactive experiences to life. Over the years, I have found a methodology that allows us to focus our efforts in a way …Read more »

A Few Of My Favorite Tools

Scott Ruttencutter
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Over the last year of working on the iOS platform, I have found myself with an unexpected arsenal of tools and apps that help me do my job better and faster.  Check these out, and please suggest your favorite apps! …Read more »

5 Easy Steps to get the Attention of an Employer–And Start a Career.

Scott Ruttencutter
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By the time I am done writing this post, I will have put in more effort than most job seekers invest in a single application during their job search. That disappoints me. There are so many simple things that you …Read more »

Creating Dynamic Scaling Menu Interfaces in cocos2d

Scott Ruttencutter
ruttencutter.com

In our upcoming iOS title, Haggis (see here for an overview of the game), we are bringing a much loved indie card game to the digital space. I’m going to use the trials and tribulations that my team runs in …Read more »