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Ever find yourself saving a shit ton of links into notepad or bookmarks?
I made this app to solve that problem and hold all your bookmarks in an easy-to-access interface.
I find it much more convenient than any text editor or bookmark system of any browser I've ever used.
The app is hosted here, and it is one of those apps that you have to signup to use.
If you are like me, and are resistant to signing up to a site unless you can try it out first, you can directly access the client part of the app here.
If you remember this post, that was the alpha version of this app.
You get 5MB worth of space to store your links. That's way more than you'll ever need.
No seriously, it took me spamming 400 links (to google) to even consume 1%.
A list of versions [alpha 0.1.0 - 1.1.0] can be found here
A list of 1.x versions [1.0.0 - 1.2.0] can be found here
Because I designed this app in Chrome, it works best in Chrome and other Webkit-based browsers. Here's a nice, long list of webkit browsers for your convenience.
Firefox/Gecko: Some weird goofs in drag n' drop and visual alignment, but overall, it shouldn't be problematic
Internet Explorer/Trident: There's a whole section for that below
I think the latest version of Internet Explorer 9 implements "standards mode" which is invoked by using the "<!DOCTYPE html>" tag.
I wouldn't recommend using Internet Explorer because I have no easy way of testing it to make sure it works (I have linux, lolol), so I can't guarantee functionality, but if you must use it:
IE 1 - 8: Don't bother. IE 8 and below are too below the HTML5 spec to even come close to working. As far as I've seen, there is no support for JSON and localStorage, which are the basic parts that make up the very heart of the app, don't know who in the right mind would even use these versions anyway.
IE 9: This is a weird one. I had access to IE 9 a few days ago and decided to test my app, and it worked. I tested IE 9 today on my old Windows 7 partition, and it didn't work at all. That's why I think there might be two versions of IE 9, an old one and a new one. Make sure you have the latest IE 9 if you're going to use that.
IE 10: I have not tested it, but according to multiple sources, IE10 has much better support for HTML5 AND basic JS and CSS standards, meaning it might work flawlessly. But I don't know for sure. Maybe someone could be so kind to boot up their windows 8 and let me know how it works.
EDIT: I just tested it on IE9 (again) and 10. IE 9 can load the client part flawlessy, but for some reason shits itself when loading the client from the server (the full version). IE 10 works great except for one flaw, which is that the Select and Remove paradigm pages, for no conceivable reason, do not render at all. So you can't use paradigms in IE10.
All in all, I suggest Chrome/Webkit, Firefox/Gecko, or Opera/Presto, those work great.
I haven't tested it on a tablet to see how it works design-wise, but as long as the web browser can give a landscape layout, and not a portrait, it should work and look fine. I'm not sure how bookmarklets work on it, but all in all, I think it should work fine.
The closest I've gotten to testing it on a tablet is through this website, and it rendered fine.
Unless you can get your phone's browser to run in landscape (that means wider than it is tall), I wouldn't try to run the site, because the UI would probably be choked up from the narrow screen width. I mean--it would work as long as the device follows HTML5 standards, it just probably wouldn't look pretty. Remember what device I designed this on.
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