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Taking a (Drupal 8) website offline using AppCache

A native mobile application which can cache the data locally is a way to make content available offline. However, not everyone has the time and/or money to create a dedicated app, and frankly, it's not always an additional asset. What if browsers could work without network connection but still serve content: Application Cache and/or Service Workers to the rescue!

Geocaching

This is not a post about caching for applications, but a different kind, the kind where people all over the world hide artifacts and you must search and log them. Welcome to the world of Geocaching!

Mobile support for chosen

Chosen is a jQuery plugin which makes select boxes more user-friendly. Currently, support is disabled on mobile devices for various reasons. Enabling the support requires a hack in the source code for now in the AbstractChosen.browser_is_supported function to return true when the userAgent finds Android or iPhone/iPad. You can download the patched version at the bottom (or detail) of the article. The current version is 1.1.0

eps & kaas

2014 marks the beginning of a new company called eps & kaas which I cofounded with 3 other people. We're a digital agency, providing services ranging from mobile applications, websites, consultancy and design.