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Posts in the "Web Development" Category

  • Rethink your Mobile Web Strategy

    Here’s an excellent presentation, which mobile web developers should look at. It goes beyond the iPhone and iPad hype which has taken the mobile development community by storm, and rethink on how you should be doing mobile websites. A good read for both experienced and beginners to mobile web development. You’ll need to view it […]

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  • Move your .htaccess directives to httpd.conf

    Last week I was searching the net for a program or application to  move some of our .htaccess directives into Apache’s configuration files. The reason I was looking for this is to improve the performance of the site. When we have directives in the .htaccess file, the performance hit on Apache on when it serves […]

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  • PHP 5.3 & Internationalization

    Stas Malyshev has written a good article over at Zend Developer Zone about the new intl – Internalization extension in PHP 5.3. Internationalization has been a major problem with web developers when developing sites which have to support multiple languages. The new extension eases the developer’s work drastically. Stas mentions in the article that the […]

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  • Google Page Speed

    Web developers have to check out Google’s new Firefox + Firebug addon called Page Speed. This addon inspects your webpage to see how you can optimize the load time. Yahoo’s YSlow was good, but Google takes it a few steps further to even inspect your html and styles to see what can hider the render […]

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  • MVC Frameworks and 404s

    Mark Kimsal has an interesting article on whether your MVC frameworks handle 404 errors properly. “This post is about the consistency of frameworks. Consistency is key to a low learning curve. If all parts of a framework behave the same way, then a developer is less likely to be surprised by behaviors in the framework. […]

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  • Here’s some cool stuff – Google’s Hosting some popular Javascript Ajax libraries like jQuery, prototype and the likes on their servers. You use this service to serve the supported libraries straight off Google. They also provide you with the option to load a particular version of the library so you won’t have to keep checking […]

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  • Google Doctype is an open encyclopedia and reference library. Written by web developers, for web developers. It includes articles on web security, JavaScript DOM manipulation, CSS tips and tricks, and more. The reference section includes a growing library of test cases for checking cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility. This site’s currently got some good HOWTOs on […]

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  • Google Friend Connect

    Google’s just released a preview version of Google Friend Connect, which allows you to add social features on your site with minimal coding. This is still a preview release so you’ll have sign up to get into the queue. Google Friend Connect lets you grow traffic by easily adding social features to your website. With […]

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  • Just out a few hours back – The Google App Engine – it’s a preview release, and I was late in getting to this news and missed out on the initial invites – but have added myself to the invite queue. PHP devs may curse Google on this since Python is only supported language out […]

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  • DamnIT – Find Javascript Errors

    How would you like to get an email with the javascript error and debug info about that error as soon as a visitor on your site encounters it? DamnIT provides you just that service: DamnIT is a free service that emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error in your webpages. To get DamnIT […]

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