New at TNT Labs!

Change: it's a constant


Important Announcements: 11/9/18

Mobile users: We are in a heavy development phase and occassionally, style changes are not updated in a mobile browser, even when you refresh. Sigh.

If something looks 'wonky,' try clearing the cache from your mobile browser and then reloading the page!

Moron More-on our recent work!

Here are some of the apps we are working on these days! (June 2018- May 2019) The development languages may vary in this section. Well-established apps are segregated by language on other pages. Connect to those apps by clicking on the language links (PHP, JavaScript, etc) in the main menu.

Last update: 11/9/18

Some 'Newbie' Apps:

PHP Template
About TNT's new Responsive Web Design (RWD)...

Introducing...a more RESPONSIVE Environment!

Our first 'go' at TNT was to get as many apps online as we could. That was a beast of a job in itself! We had over 25 years of apps to sort through and configure! Our primary focus was on desktop platforms, with mobile being an after-thought (sort of).

These days, the push has been for all sites to be 'responsive', meaning they look good and consistent across all browsers and all devices: desktop, tablet, smart phone, etc. That's a tall order. Not only that: current practice encourages designers to start with a 'mobile-first' mentality and then scale up! That's backwards from what we did initially.

Previous iterations of TNT were quasi-responsive. In this new reboot, we are attempting to make sure that every app looks great no matter where it finds itself. You can see whether or not we are meeting that goal by testing various browsers, platforms, window/device sizes and orientations.

Where are the apps from the past? They are in the 'Past Blast' section in their original, sadly responsive format.

A note to mobile users: So far in this adventure we have found that when we make changes to the styles of a page, mobile browsers, depending on cache memory, do not always load the proper designs, even when you 'refresh.' If you find a design looks 'wonky'...well, it could be the novice factor! However, before you throw too many stones at us, try clearing cache in your mobile browser. Then, it may look as it should.