Web developers from Malmö, Sweden


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March 18, 2014 0

Static sites for rubyists using middleman and jumpstarter.io

There is a new Swedish hosting provider called jumpstarter.io and they recently launched a feature that makes it really easy to deploy your PHP websites using git. They currently offer a free plan that allows up to 5000 requests per month. Right now, jumpstarter is heavily tuned to PHP, but if you are used to […]

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December 29, 2013 0

Decode JSON Web Token (JWT) in iOS (Objective-C)

JSON Web Token (JWT) is starting to gain traction in the web community as a structured way of transferring objects between two parties in (different) environments. The payload in a JWT is encoded as a JSON object which is signed and/or encrypted. In Userbin we use JWT as container for cookie-stored user sessions. In this article […]

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November 6, 2013 4

Parse.com and AngularJS for easy setup of user authentication

This example demonstrates how to integrate user accounts using Parse as backend and AngularJS for handling the logged in user. If you don’t prefer AngularJS, it should be quite easy to extract the vanilla-flavored Javascipt. You could also try our service Userbin if you’re looking for something more out-of-the-box.

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April 20, 2011 3

Highly interactive presentations with Showoff

Skärmavbild 2011-04-16 kl. 21.12.00

Background In Popdevelop we have tried a few different setups for our presentations, most of the times we have used Keynote, Prezi or just plaintext Vim/Emacs. There are a few other tools out there but not really something that stands out. A few month back we found a cool github repo with a presentation tool […]

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October 16, 2010 0

How kollektivt.se works

Skånetrafiken’s open API at is what we’re using to collect data for kollektivt.se. Initially we thought that visualizing busses on a map would be a breeze, … This API offers basically only the core features of the travel planner Skånetrafiken has on their website. There is no concept of bus lines, e.g. no option to […]

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August 10, 2010 33

Simple drag ‘n drop Javascript for iPhone and iPad


With smart phones everywhere and tablets popping up at an increasing speed I just thought that I could share this quick tutorial on how to make touch screen devices interact with the web. In other words: capturing touch screen events on your web page. In this post I’ll show you how to make an object […]

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July 9, 2010 0

Quick Tip: Get multiple desktops in windows

Multiple Desktops

Are you running Windows? Does your dual 24″ screen set up leave you wanting more? Are you jealously glancing over your friends Mac OS X Spaces? Here’s a solution for you (actually, two solutions). VirtuaWin VirtuaWin is a open source application that enables virtual desktops in Windows. It is highly configurable and lightweight. You can […]

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July 7, 2010 18

An example on how to use Oauth and Python to connect to twitter

OAuth Title Image

If you are building a twitter client of any sorts you should know that basic authentication (user ID and password) will be removed from the twitter API August 16, 2010 (it says so on the twitter API wiki). Instead, Oauth should be used to login. Why do we need to use Oauth? One problem with […]

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