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  • My book is now available for pre-order | In usability we trust
    The state of this blog 15 Comments parxier April 13 2010 at 5 05 am It is a big achievement Congrats Is it your first book Reply Anders April 13 2010 at 10 32 am Woah That is so cool I m using Google Maps API v3 in a couple of projects right now Will buy your book Any chance of getting a signed copy Reply Gabriel Svennerberg April 13 2010 at 2 17 pm Parxier Thanks Yes this is my first book Anders I think we can arrange that Reply Ola April 14 2010 at 6 43 pm Congratulations It must be really fulfilling to see your name as an author on Amazon com I m looking forward to reading it Reply Tom Skinner April 14 2010 at 8 22 pm Congratulations You must be really excited I ve got my order in Reply Luca April 14 2010 at 11 27 pm good news can t wait for it but in Amazon they made a mess with names the author is a strange Victor Turner Cameron Sumner however from the photo the book is clearly yours Reply Jan Seidl April 17 2010 at 5 53 pm Congrats Gabe This book must be just as awesome as your work w GMaps Reply Vasilis April 19 2010 at 9 52 pm Hi there nice job Not many books on Google Maps Try to let us know how to combine it with server side scripts and build dynamic applications with large amount of data There is a similar from Apress but it is about v 2 of the API Reply Øyvind June 2 2010 at 12 15 pm When is the book scheduled to be released I need it now Reply Øyvind June 2 2010 at 12 16 pm Used the wrong

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  • My book is now available for pre-order | In usability we trust
    state of this blog 15 Comments parxier April 13 2010 at 5 05 am It is a big achievement Congrats Is it your first book Reply Anders April 13 2010 at 10 32 am Woah That is so cool I m using Google Maps API v3 in a couple of projects right now Will buy your book Any chance of getting a signed copy Reply Gabriel Svennerberg April 13 2010 at 2 17 pm Parxier Thanks Yes this is my first book Anders I think we can arrange that Reply Ola April 14 2010 at 6 43 pm Congratulations It must be really fulfilling to see your name as an author on Amazon com I m looking forward to reading it Reply Tom Skinner April 14 2010 at 8 22 pm Congratulations You must be really excited I ve got my order in Reply Luca April 14 2010 at 11 27 pm good news can t wait for it but in Amazon they made a mess with names the author is a strange Victor Turner Cameron Sumner however from the photo the book is clearly yours Reply Jan Seidl April 17 2010 at 5 53 pm Congrats Gabe This book must be just as awesome as your work w GMaps Reply Vasilis April 19 2010 at 9 52 pm Hi there nice job Not many books on Google Maps Try to let us know how to combine it with server side scripts and build dynamic applications with large amount of data There is a similar from Apress but it is about v 2 of the API Reply Øyvind June 2 2010 at 12 15 pm When is the book scheduled to be released I need it now Reply Øyvind June 2 2010 at 12 16 pm Used the wrong url

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  • A Project Guide to UX Design | In usability we trust
    the UX process Project Objectives and Approach Business Requirements User Research Personas User Experience Design and Search Engine Optimization The last chapters of the book is about how to transition from defining to designing They describe different techniques and approaches of coming up with the structure and design of the site Examples of techniques are Site Maps Task Flows Wireframes and Prototypes There s also a chapter on how to perform usability tests with users and lastely there s a chapter on how to transition from design to the actual development of the site Transition From Defining to Designing Site Maps and Task Flows Wireframes and Annotations Prototyping Design Testing with Users Transition From Design to Development and Beyond Bonus material The book comes with a bonus online only chapter called A brief Guide to Meetings pdf I suggest that you download that chapter and read it to get a sense of the style of the book There s also an online chapter from the book available at the Peachpit website The chapter is called Project Objectives and Approach Apart from those there s additional documents and templates available at the download area of the book site Final thoughts The book is really well edited I haven t been able to find a single typo I found it very enjoyable to read and even if a lot of the information was familiar to me there were still grains of gold to be found The best chapter for me was Chapter 9 Transition From Defining to Designing It described different approaches on how to come to consensus about what the primary goals of the projects are that I really haven t thought of before If you want an overview of the UX design process and an introduction to different UX techniques

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  • A Project Guide to UX Design | In usability we trust
    the UX process Project Objectives and Approach Business Requirements User Research Personas User Experience Design and Search Engine Optimization The last chapters of the book is about how to transition from defining to designing They describe different techniques and approaches of coming up with the structure and design of the site Examples of techniques are Site Maps Task Flows Wireframes and Prototypes There s also a chapter on how to perform usability tests with users and lastely there s a chapter on how to transition from design to the actual development of the site Transition From Defining to Designing Site Maps and Task Flows Wireframes and Annotations Prototyping Design Testing with Users Transition From Design to Development and Beyond Bonus material The book comes with a bonus online only chapter called A brief Guide to Meetings pdf I suggest that you download that chapter and read it to get a sense of the style of the book There s also an online chapter from the book available at the Peachpit website The chapter is called Project Objectives and Approach Apart from those there s additional documents and templates available at the download area of the book site Final thoughts The book is really well edited I haven t been able to find a single typo I found it very enjoyable to read and even if a lot of the information was familiar to me there were still grains of gold to be found The best chapter for me was Chapter 9 Transition From Defining to Designing It described different approaches on how to come to consensus about what the primary goals of the projects are that I really haven t thought of before If you want an overview of the UX design process and an introduction to different UX techniques

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  • Stripes – An interesting Operating System Concept | In usability we trust
    his thought about the concept Quick tips UX Previous post A List Aparts annual survey Next post Rocket Surgery Made Easy 2 Comments Jan Seidl March 16 2010 at 7 23 am This is very interesting Although the look n feel is quite apple ish this is not what popped in my eyes but the fact of auto filtering actions and profling to adapt the system to the user needs In addition the profiling could be used to optimize system resources within user needs whether he needs faster disk access faster processing or whatelse he may need The scrollable desktop is nice but it is quite limited I am very satisfied with the way that KDE and Gnome NIX BSD graphic environments manage their multi desktop panes as much as you need even more with compiz making all the eye candy PS Hey Gabe sorry long time no see been quite busy and not reading my feeds Keep up the good work Reply Tragaperras October 22 2010 at 8 11 pm Did you see the news that Apple revealed today OS X 10 7 The Lion this is it s name seems to have some great new features I am

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  • Stripes – An interesting Operating System Concept | In usability we trust
    shares his thought about the concept Quick tips UX Previous post A List Aparts annual survey Next post Rocket Surgery Made Easy 2 Comments Jan Seidl March 16 2010 at 7 23 am This is very interesting Although the look n feel is quite apple ish this is not what popped in my eyes but the fact of auto filtering actions and profling to adapt the system to the user needs In addition the profiling could be used to optimize system resources within user needs whether he needs faster disk access faster processing or whatelse he may need The scrollable desktop is nice but it is quite limited I am very satisfied with the way that KDE and Gnome NIX BSD graphic environments manage their multi desktop panes as much as you need even more with compiz making all the eye candy PS Hey Gabe sorry long time no see been quite busy and not reading my feeds Keep up the good work Reply Tragaperras October 22 2010 at 8 11 pm Did you see the news that Apple revealed today OS X 10 7 The Lion this is it s name seems to have some great new features I

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  • Beta chapter from my upcoming book on Google Maps API v3 | In usability we trust
    places push new google maps LatLng 51 5325215 4 4648700 places push new google maps LatLng 51 5335787 4 4613263 I get exactly what i want What is the difference Reply Gabriel Svennerberg January 26 2010 at 11 00 am Jan The difference is that in the first example you create an array that contains one string and in the other example you create an array that contains several LatLng objects which are the only valid objects to define a position in the map Reply Martin Pucher January 28 2010 at 11 31 am Good one If only I had your book already Nice chapter For me as greenhorn at js it seems to fit quite perfect In the moment I struggle with how to best load in data xml or array and found already browser dependent xml parser If you have any good example or a link to it would be great How about your book Let me stay informed Thanks for your great website and efforts Cheers Martin Reply Justin Ball February 11 2010 at 7 35 pm I loved the chapter and I would buy the book right now if it were available The flow was great and included the perfect amount of code an illustration Looking forward to more Reply Larry April 12 2010 at 3 41 pm Im a php coder fairly new to JS and in turn the maps API this book is exactly what I am looking for I did go ahead and test those final code in this chapter and it did not seem to create info windows for the marker That got me to poking around a bit and you book uses the following line infowindow set content Place no no but set content is not a function Having a small project built around v3 API when it was in beta I had some stuff change presumably when google took that API from beta to release they renamed some stuff and set content should now be setContent I hope any error like this in the book are cleaned up before its published or it could be a mess Nice work though I already have the book preordered Reply Gabriel Svennerberg April 12 2010 at 9 09 pm Larry Yeah they ve renamed all the methods with underscore in them to camel cased ones in the API after I wrote the beta chapter It s corrected in the final book though so don t worry I m happy to hear that you liked the chapter even though it contained errors If everything goes as planned the book will be available in August Reply Casey April 16 2010 at 11 33 pm Thanks for sharing this I ve looked around and there don t seem to be any really good guts and bolts books on the v3 api and I would definitely be interested in one Would you happen to know of a way to resize markers dynamically I ve figured out how

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/2009/11/beta-chapter-from-my-upcoming-book-on-google-maps-api-v3/?replytocom=740 (2016-04-28)
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  • Beta chapter from my upcoming book on Google Maps API v3 | In usability we trust
    places push new google maps LatLng 51 5325215 4 4648700 places push new google maps LatLng 51 5335787 4 4613263 I get exactly what i want What is the difference Reply Gabriel Svennerberg January 26 2010 at 11 00 am Jan The difference is that in the first example you create an array that contains one string and in the other example you create an array that contains several LatLng objects which are the only valid objects to define a position in the map Reply Martin Pucher January 28 2010 at 11 31 am Good one If only I had your book already Nice chapter For me as greenhorn at js it seems to fit quite perfect In the moment I struggle with how to best load in data xml or array and found already browser dependent xml parser If you have any good example or a link to it would be great How about your book Let me stay informed Thanks for your great website and efforts Cheers Martin Reply Justin Ball February 11 2010 at 7 35 pm I loved the chapter and I would buy the book right now if it were available The flow was great and included the perfect amount of code an illustration Looking forward to more Reply Larry April 12 2010 at 3 41 pm Im a php coder fairly new to JS and in turn the maps API this book is exactly what I am looking for I did go ahead and test those final code in this chapter and it did not seem to create info windows for the marker That got me to poking around a bit and you book uses the following line infowindow set content Place no no but set content is not a function Having a small project built around v3 API when it was in beta I had some stuff change presumably when google took that API from beta to release they renamed some stuff and set content should now be setContent I hope any error like this in the book are cleaned up before its published or it could be a mess Nice work though I already have the book preordered Reply Gabriel Svennerberg April 12 2010 at 9 09 pm Larry Yeah they ve renamed all the methods with underscore in them to camel cased ones in the API after I wrote the beta chapter It s corrected in the final book though so don t worry I m happy to hear that you liked the chapter even though it contained errors If everything goes as planned the book will be available in August Reply Casey April 16 2010 at 11 33 pm Thanks for sharing this I ve looked around and there don t seem to be any really good guts and bolts books on the v3 api and I would definitely be interested in one Would you happen to know of a way to resize markers dynamically I ve figured out how

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