“Call Me” Facebook app version 0.2 released.

Call Me is an experimental webRTC online video chat Facebook application built using vLine’s webRTC API.

Link: https://apps.facebook.com/calllme/

The way it operates is fairly simple. When accessing the “Call Me” application within Facebook the user sees all his/her online friends being able either to initiate a video chat (if they are on the “Call Me” application page too) or to send a (Facebook) message inviting them to Call Me.
The way the user initiates a video or audio chat with any of his/her Facebook friend is extremely easy. A call is initiated by a simple button press without any third party plugins installation. Everything operates through the native web browser’s capabilities using the webRTC technology.
Up to come on the next versions of the software:
– group chat
– calls history log
– display online friends even if the user status on Facebook chat is set to “offline”

Glad to participate in vLine’s project

vLine’s platform uses the cutting edge webRTC technology providing the ability to create HD video chat through the web browser without the need of installing any plugins.

kissmybutton is proud to cooperate with vLine as we recently developed the vLine’s php example application which you can find here: https://github.com/vline/vline-php-example

We also utilised vLine’s API in order to add video chat capabilities to noteontheroad.com application.

It’s always a pleasure to work for such innovating and cutting edge projects.

Web apps vs Native apps

In kissmybutton we believe that the web will win. We believe that 90% of the applications that our clients ask can run through a browser. Though many of our clients insist to ask for native apps because of the feel that native apps have. This excellent article (written for the “Forecast” web app) explains the origin of this impression and states a number of facts that makes things clear on the Native vs. Web apps dilemma.

Congress Value premiere

Congress Value premiered on March 1-3, 2013, on the 4th Panhellenic Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology and on the 5th South East European Congress of Perinatal Medicine.


More details on the software can be found here.

tradpaginator v0.8 with new features

tradpaginator v 0.8 is out bringing new features and capabilities.

What’s new:
1. ‘auto’ option has been added to curpage parameter. With this new feature you don’t have to define each time the current page of the paginated results set. By using the ‘auto’ keyword as the parameter’s value the plugin automatically detects the current page by the value of the corresponding form input or get variable.
2. Ordering. This is the most important addition on version 0.8. With a very similar way (as with pagination) you can now define the get variables or the form inputs that hold and pass the order by and ascending / descending values. Also, if you use tables for illustrating the results you can easily turn your column names to active ordering links just by wrapping them into spans with “tradpaginatororder” class and by providing the column name it represents on its data-col attribute.

More details, examples and documentation can be found on the official plugin’s page on github from where you can also download it.

Default Icon reached 60000 downloads

Recently our team’s member, Tolis Paschalidi’s, project “Default Icon” reached 60000 downloads.

DefaultIcon is a repository of elegant, visually unified, minimal icons with crystal clear clarity, based on black color. It Can be used for UI design on web, portable devices (iPhone, iPad, Android compatible devices, other smartphones etc) , desktop applications, and generally any kind of electronic or mechanic machinery interface.

Check out the official project’s website here: defaulticon.com


Our Lead Developer, Andreas Trantidis, released a jQuery pagination plugin on github.

Here is the description:
How many times have you found yourself coding again and again a pagination controls section for a project of yours?
Decide which is the page range that should be illustrated, center the current page within this range, include a jump menu, bind a click action to each button in order to actually do something and many more are aspects that we face again and again when building custom web pages including pagination logic.
tradpaginator plugin provides an easy and rapid way to append pagination buttons and controls letting you to state the parameters and taking care of all the rest.
tradpaginator illustrates the page buttons and controls and it lets you chain their functionality with the logic and structure of your application.

Full documentation and code can be found on the official github page of the project