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PUBLIC MARKS from nhoizey with tags php & javascript

2008

2007

Julien Lecomte’s Blog » Gzip Your Minified JavaScript Files

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For optimal performance, gzip your JavaScript code, and stay away from “advanced” JavaScript compression schemes that look attractive on paper, but end up degrading the performance of your site.

Dan Grossman : Handling UTF-8 in JavaScript, PHP, and Non-UTF8 Databases

Dealing with characters outside the ASCII range on the web is tough, since text needs to move through so many places without being mangled, from user input, through JavaScript, into and out of PHP and string manipulation functions, into and out of db

Debugging PHP With Firebug

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Logging PHP and JavaScript errors to same window makes debugging easier

2006

2005

24 ways: Edit-in-Place with Ajax

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Anyone who’s used Flickr to publish their photos will be familiar with the edit-in-place system used for quickly amending titles and descriptions on photographs. Hovering over an item turns its background yellow to indicate it is editable. A simple click loads the text into an edit box, right there on the page.

Pearified

Des ressources JavaScript installables avec PEAR : JavaScript_Behaviour, JavaScript_Prototype, JavaScript_Scriptaculous

FlexySvn, a XUL / JS / PHP / SVN Browser

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Un excellent browser de repository Subversion en XUL

SAJAX - Simple Ajax Toolkit by ModernMethod - XMLHTTPRequest Toolkit for PHP

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Sajax is an open source tool to make programming websites using the Ajax framework — also known as XMLHTTPRequest or remote scripting — as easy as possible. Sajax makes it easy to call PHP, Perl or Python functions from your webpages via JavaScript without performing a browser refresh. The toolkit does 99% of the work for you so you have no excuse to not use it.

Traduction : Remplacement Dynamique de Texte - pouipouidesign v.5 ... et pourquoi pas ? ©2005

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Voici donc la traduction de l'article de Stewart Rosenberger sur A List Apart, intitulé Dynamic Text Replacement, et qui traite d'un procédé permettant de remplacer dynamiquement, à la volée, des "bouts de texte" par leur équivalent image dans la police/couleur/taille que vous aurez choisi, tout en respectant les standards et l'accessibilité. Il s'agit de deux scripts, un PHP et un JavaScript, associés à deux trois règles CSS, et vous voilà parti ! Les commentaires des deux scripts ont eux aussi été traduits en français.