Weekend Links – Firebug Extensions, Updating Firefox Extensions, jQuery Puzzles, Digg/Google Sale
The Fire Best Firebug Extensions
Firebug is a powerhouse in itself, but why not install some Firebug plugins to make it even more useful?
Updating Extensions for Firefox 3
Have a Firefox plugin that you want to use in the newest version, but it isn't officially up to snuff? Here's how you can bypass that problem.
jqPuzzle -- Customizable Sliding Puzzles Using jQuery
Have a picture you'd like to split into a puzzle? Try jqPuzzle, a jQuery puzzle.
Google Walks Away From Digg Deal
Simply put, I think Digg needs to sell fast before the site loses its prestige. And now they've lost a potential sale to Google.
5 Rules of Variable Naming
Amen to this system of variable naming. I agree with every one of these.
Client-side APIs on mobile and desktop devices are quickly providing the same APIs. Of course our mobile devices got access to some of these APIs first, but those APIs are slowly making their way to the desktop. One of those APIs is the getUserMedia API...
GitHub seems to change a lot but not really change at all, if that makes any sense; the updates come often but are always fairly small. I spotted one of the most recent updates on the pull request page. Links to long branch...
Theming has become a big part of the Web 2.0 revolution. Luckily, so too has a higher regard for semantics and CSS standards. If you build your pages using good XHTML code, changing a CSS file can make your website look completely different.