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by Krome
Minimal microblogging engine based on browser tabs



HTML5 Forms Validation in Firefox 4 - Mounir Lamouri's Blog

by Xavier Lacot, 1 comment
A straight and simple howto of client-side forms validation in Firefox 4.


Chromium Blog: Introducing Google Chrome Frame

by srcmax & 2 others

Today, we're releasing an early version of Google Chrome Frame, an open source plug-in that brings HTML5 and other open web technologies to Internet Explorer.

With Google Chrome Frame, developers can now take advantage of the latest open web technologies, even in Internet Explorer. From a faster Javascript engine, to support for current web technologies like HTML5's offline capabilities and canvas, to modern CSS/Layout handling, Google Chrome Frame enables these features within IE with no additional coding or testing for different browser versions.

IE6 est il une faute professionnelle ? | The Tech Guy

by srcmax
Tout développeur, et même plus largement, toute personne travaillant dans le Web sait que IE6 est de nos jours uniquement synonyme de problèmes, de temps perdu et de régression. Alors que des initiatives comme Stop IE6 et l’ensemble de la communauté des développeurs essaye de le faire disparaitre de la planète Web (avec le soutien de Microsoft), Internet Explorer 6 représente encore presque 26% du parc des navigateurs !


Mozilla Labs » Blog Archive » Prism

by Krome & 10 others
Prism is an application that lets users split web applications out of their browser and run them directly on their desktop.

Amy Editor - A Collaborative Text and Source Code Editor for Developers

by camel & 1 other
Core features * Works in your browser (*) * Support for any programming language (**) * Unlimited number of views for one document * Smart code snippets * Full internationalization * Real-time document collaboration * Programmable bundles with Editor * Various color themes * Remote commands, text manipulation * Supports opening documents via FTP, WebDAV, local computer, customized projects and various blog APIs * Easily embeddable to your own page * Host computer clipboard integration (*) Amy can be comfortably run on Safari and Gecko-based browsers (Firefox, Camino, Seamonkey,...) on any OS. It's runnable on Internet Explorer 6,7 and Opera 9 , but it's not officially supported and user experience may not be pleasant. (**) Languages are supported through bundles. It's very easy to add support for your favorite language (and/or dialects). Currently implemented are C, C , C#, JavaScript, Ruby (on Rails), PHP, Java, Texy and HTML. Text editing features * Syntax highlighting * Smart indentation for each language * Code folding * Bookmarks * Word completion * Insert/Overwrite mode * Unlimited undo/redo * Intelligent character pairing * Customizable key shortcuts (*)


FoldSpy Blog » Introducing FoldSpy

by greut
FoldSpy is a tool for finding out the actual dimensions of your visitor’s browser window.

Mozilla Labs Blog » Blog Archive » Keep track of your friends with The Coop

by cyberien & 1 other (via)
Just a few years ago, one of the most popular uses of the internet was to send jokes, cute pictures, and news stories to friends and family (social networks) via email. Fast forward to today, and you’ll find that not a lot has changed except the medium. Now one of the most common uses of instant messenger services and social networking sites is to send people links to jokes, cute pictures and interesting news stories. This behavior isn’t at all surprising - it’s friends sharing experiences, the very backbone of social interactions and friendships. It’s also unsurprising that most “Web 2.0″ services have a feature that makes it easy for you to build a social network so that you can share things more easily, or subscribe to a friend’s activity as a way of keeping in touch. What is surprising, however, is how little of this type of functionality has made it into today’s web browsers. The result is that when people think of tools for social interaction, email and instant messenger are at the top of their list, not web browsers.

Performancing | Firefox Add-ons | Mozilla Corporation

by chunmin & 2 others
Performancing for Firefox is a full featured blog editor that sits right in your Firefox browser and lets you post to your blog easily.

PocketFlock |

by chunmin
PocketFlock is a portable version of the browser you love...Based on the official Flock releases and the Portable Firefox Launcer by John Haller, PocketFlock is just as stable as it's permanently installed parent and even includes a few extras to make you


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