Recently when working with a Custom RSS Reader app feeding from a WordPress installation we realized that rss readers didn’t like WordPress audio plugin shortcodes or WordPress’s media player. All we would get in our reader app was blank boxes or a non styled button that opened a browser window, taking our users from the app. After testing a few plugins and reading their documentation we realized that we were spinning our wheels.
After stepping back we realized how to play audio in our RSS Reader App using html. This snippet was found on http://www.w3schools.com/
That is when we decided to use the tried and true html5 language and it worked perfectly.
We used this code:
<source src=”#” type=”audio/mpeg” />
Replace the # with your audio file url.
For example the code would look like this:
<source src=”your_media_file.mp3″ type=”audio/mpeg” />
The audio file must be in .mp3 format other file formats can be used but the type= must match the format used.
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The Gibson Insurance Group was an exciting project where we needed both a commercial website for the company but also a functional web app for site users. We consulted with Gibson Ins. regarding their needs and developed a unique and custom platform for real time price quotes. We even stream real time price data to the top ticker from multiple sources to give site users the most up to date information in one place. This positions the Gibson Ins. Group site as a go-to resource, not just another company website. Contact us today to talk about a custom solution for your business!
Benefit Bass Tournament
May 14, 2016 from 7:00am-3:00pm
Norfork Lake Panther Bay Marina
The purpose of this tournament is to raise money for two 8th grade students, Chaney Weindruch and Abby Brantner, to attend the Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) camp in Dallas in June 2016. Chaney and Abby were chosen by one of their teachers as candidates to go to this camp based on their abilities, knowledge, and acceleration in these subjects. Chaney and Abby are best friends and have decided that they will only go if they can go together, so all of their fundraising has been together. The total cost for both of them to attend is around $5000.
$100 entry fee per boat/team with 50% being paid back to 1st (1500), 2nd ($700), and 3rd ($300) place (based on 50 boats)
$5 big bass with 100% being paid back
Registration will begin at 6:00am
Shotgun start at 7:00am
The weigh-in will be at Panther Bay Marina at 3pm. where the winners will be declared and prizes awarded. Please notify Kirk Knapp at 870-405-4916 if you plan to attend. Click Here To Download Registration Form
At Suit7 we feel it is important to invest our communities future. There is no better way than investing in the next generation by supporting interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics; this is how our communities will stay competitive in the future. Sign up for some friendly competition for a good cause.
Suit7 Development is proud to work with Defensive Engagement Concepts in the creation of their new site. DefensiveEngagementConcepts.com is optimized for mobile, complete with dynamic calendar, contact forms, and a custom look including animated page loading. Your online presence is just as important as your brick and mortar in today’s online world.
Bartonladymusic.com is the website for Linda Barton. Linda is a local Gospel Music legend. Growing up in Moko Arkansas and singing in church with her family and friends sparked a long life interest in song writting. Linda and her husband Curt have toured all over and preformed with some of the greats. We are happy to help Linda offer her music to the world with her new ecommerce site BartonLadyMusic.com
The Newsergy Video app allows users to convert the text news they share into video news with the help of an onscreen teleprompter.
App development company SUIT7 of south central Missouri announced today that mobile applications on both the iOS and Android operating systems are now available. The iOS operating system runs on the Objective C programming language, while Android runs primarily on the Java programming language. While many admire the special attributes an iPhone offers, there are many more Android devices in operation and now clients have the option to deploy their apps on both devices.
“It is really awesome to have an app in both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store for Android. That way the apps are available to nearly every smartphone in America,” said Jody Shackelford, Chief Technical Officer of SUIT7. “A client can come to us with the need to update their first generation app or a brand new app idea. Then we can taken them through the development process from beginning to end without any headache. One developer, multiple platforms.”
SUIT7 started in the fall of 2013 as a joint venture between Shackelford and CEO, Justin Jones.
“My company was looking for a solid development team and Jody was looking for a solid sales and business side to his company. It made sense to join forces. We chose the name SUIT7 because our products fit our clients needs and budget like a fine suit and of course 7 is our lucky number.”
SUIT7 is currently serving new clients. They encourage individuals and businesses alike to contact them for a free discussion about their app needs. Contact SUIT7 at