Weekend Links – Opera, IE7.js, PHP RSS Parsers, Network Solutions Steals Domain Ideas, Eclipse and PHP, Cross-Site XMLHttpRequest
The men of Opera state their case for Opera being the browser available.
IE7.js Version 2 Beta
PHP RSS Parsers
Articles discusses usage of popular RSS parsers written in PHP.
Network Solutions Steals Domain Ideas; Confirmed!
Network Solutions violated the privacy of many visitors that used their WHOIS checker. Essentially they reserved the domains looked up by visitors. Needless to say, many people are furious with the registrar.
Eclipse and PHP
We all know Eclipse used heavily by java developers, but Eclipse can also be used for PHP.
jQuery's John Resig discusses cross-site XMLHttpRequest in Firefox 3.
With CSS border-radius, I showed you how CSS can bridge the gap between design and development by adding rounded corners to elements. CSS gradients are another step in that direction. Now that CSS gradients are supported in Internet...
Many of the new APIs provided to us by browser vendors are more targeted toward the mobile user than the desktop user. One of those simple APIs the Vibration API. The Vibration API allows developers to direct the...
Grabbing emails from your Gmail account using PHP is probably easier than you think. Armed with PHP and its IMAP extension, you can retrieve emails from your Gmail account in no time! Just for fun, I'll...
My sharpshooter status aside, I've always been surprised upset that Microsoft has never provided an API for the vast amount of information about users, the games they play, and statistics within the games. Namely, I'd like to publicly shame...
This media query has not yet been implemented and is currently only a proposed spec. I've written this post to raise awareness of it and get general thoughts about it.
As more devices emerge and differences in device interaction are...