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2010

2009

Yahoo! Mobile - Yahoo! Developer Network

"With Yahoo! Blueprint 1.1, it has never been easier to build rich, compelling mobile services in record time. Blueprint 1.1 allows you to use simple XML to create applications, sites and widgets that run on thousands of mobile devices."

2007

Flickr = Censorship on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

What's got me pissed today is that according to Rebekka, Flickr has removed her image from their site

Most interesting geotagged flickr images - Google Maps

Les photos les plus intéressantes de Flickr positionnées sur les cartes Google Maps grâce à Yahoo!Pipes

Yahoo! Widgets - Blog

by 3 others
The world of Widgets has changed a lot since Konfabulator came along back in 2003, when it was the only option of its kind for developers. Since then, similar offerings have emerged from several places, including Apple, and tomorrow, Microsoft as part of Vista. It has grown to such a point that Newsweek is proclaiming 2007 as the Year of the Widget.

2006

sitemaps.org - Home

by 17 others
Sitemaps are an easy way for webmasters to inform search engines about pages on their sites that are available for crawling. In its simplest form, a Sitemap is an XML file that lists URLs for a site along with additional metadata about each URL

symfony PHP5 framework » Yahoo! bookmarks uses symfony

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But the real news about the new Yahoo! Bookmarks is that it was built with symfony. Why did Yahoo! choose our framework? According to Michael Salisbury, Technical Yahoo!, who was kind enough to give us his feedback, the major strengths of symfony over its competitors are: Great documentation, Explicit and extensive configurability, Active development, Use of best-of-breed components rather than building everything again

Quelques études sur les moteurs de recherche (Abondance actu - mardi 6 septembre 2005)

les utilisateurs de Google, Yahoo! et MSN ne tapent qu'un ou deux mots clés dans leur requête à 87%

Forget addEvent, use Yahoo!’s Event Utility

by 5 others (via)
After spending a few hours getting comfortable with Yahoo!’s new Event utility that was recently released along with many other sweet tools via YUIBlog, I became convinced that it is the dopest, sweetest, most tight, most sexiest event utility on the planet.

A List Apart: Articles: Web 3.0

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If Steven created the site with CGI and Perl and used tables for layout, [...]. But if Steven used AJAX and Ruby on Rails, Yahoo will pay millions and Tim O’Reilly will beg him to keynote.

2005

Yahoo! Developer Network - JavaScript Developer Center

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This is your source for information for using JavaScript with Yahoo! Web Services APIs

Flickr signup: From human to droid in a Yahoo moment? - Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals)

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Flickr took something as mundane as sharing your pictures online and spun it in a way that made everyone want to take lots of pictures. [...] Now that welcoming, quirky, human voice has been strangled and replaced by the metallic commands of a corporate droid. It’s a damn shame and a terrible business move, in my humble opinion.

The Web Standards Project

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I did a small comparative analysis of markup practices at several major search engines. It's interesting to note that only one engine is using valid markup and CSS layouts, and that would be MSN.

Flick Off! from Guardian Unlimited: Onlineblog

by 1 other (via)
A splinter faction of Flickr photo-sharing community members is threatening a symbolic "mass suicide" to protest closer integration with the website's new owner, Yahoo

Is XUL the next hot topic after AJAX? - ThinkPHP /dev/blog

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Yahoo! is currently searching for XUL developers (rumours said they want to deliver their PhotoMail application on a XUL based UI).

Comparaison d'outils de gestion d'agenda

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Here are five options for calendars - Outlook, Sunbird, Yahoo, MSWorks, and Palm - in order of recommendation

One Year of PHP at Yahoo!

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Michael J. Radwin fait le bilan d'un an de PHP chez Yahoo!