Papers 3 for Mac - Update 3.2.2 (149)

Papers 3 for Mac has just been updated to 3.2.2. This release improves the annotation workflow, and adds several performance and stability updates for Mavericks (10.9) and Yosemite (10.10). Preparing for Yosemite With every release of Papers, we strive to improve performance and stability. This update…

Easy CSS Animations

CSS animations are an excellent way to make web pages look cool with relatively little effort. We used animations in our recent Windows Beta release page to bring our designer's creative doodles to life. Since then we've released Papers 3 for Windows and created more pages with subtle animations. We've…

Introducing Papers Online

This week, together with Papers 3.0 for Windows and 3.2 for Mac and 3.2 for iOS updates we are excited to launch something called Papers Online. Papers Online brings two long requested new features to Papers users: shared collections and a personal reading list. To get started…

Scripting Papers

The latest beta version of Papers for Mac adds support for scripting. This allows you to automate tasks or fetch and manipulate data in your Papers library by using AppleScript, or JavaScript in Yosemite. AppleScript is an object-oriented scripting language with an English-like language syntax. It can be used to…

iOS TDD: Testing Collection View Cells

When you're writing an iOS app with table views or collection views, you often need to create custom cells. These are typically described as a prototype cell by using a Nib or storyboard file. Prototype cells make it easier to create sophisticated layouts, but it causes a problem: it's more…

BACON 2014

BACON 2014 is over and has left us with another round of inspiring talks and an even longer to-do list. Some of the topics this year were: job hopping, Arduino controllers, bitcoins, remote working, cryptography, time management, music, and hardware hacking. A couple of talks really stood out in terms…