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John Evans

Koder for iPad: Take the Hell out of HTML | iPad Insight - 1 views

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    "One of the computing classes that I teach at school is HTML, and being a 1:1 iPad school I wanted to refresh my scheme of work to take advantage of using the iPad. Now, let's get one thing out of the way, coding on the iPad may not be everyone's cup of tea, but for me, the fact that I can work on it in class and get the students to take the same software home and continue working is a real bonus for me. I had a good look around for an app which would fit my needs and zeroed in on Koder. My reasons for choosing this were mainly because it offered a browser preview of your code and it also wasn't rated 17+ (Apple rates pretty much any app with a browser 17+ for unrestricted web access unfortunately). It is worth noting that it offers other coding languages, but for the purposes of this review I'm going to concentrate on HTML."
John Evans

Teaching Toddlers to Code with Cody Coders Guide to HTML - 1 views

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    "Three young digitally-savvy women at the Digital Data Strategist Program at Hyper Island Stockholm have written a book about HTML coding…for children. Are toddlers too young to learn how to build a website? These women don't think so! Cody the Coder in My First Website takes a toddler through a magical world where he has to create his home (his website), and as you read through, one can't be help become more familiar with the HTML code snippets necessary to build your first website."
Phil Taylor

HTML5 Moodle Mobile App Comes to Android, iOS -- THE Journal - 1 views

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    "HTML5 Moodle Mobile App Comes to Android, iOS"
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: 5 Good Places to Learn to Write HTML - 7 views

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    "This afternoon I received an email in which I was asked how to write a hyperlink without relying on the visual editor in Word, Google Docs, or your favorite blogging platform. While the visual editing tools will usually do everything you need, at some point you might want to beyond the limitations of WYSIWYG. It's then that you'll want know how to write and edit HTML yourself. These are three resources that you can use to teach yourself HTML. The instructions in these resources are clear enough that middle school students can use them on their own too.
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John Evans

100 + Must Have Cheat Sheets and Quick References For Web Designers and Developers | De... - 0 views

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    Extensive collection of job aides.  Techy, but a lifesaver if you're deep into design.
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