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19 July 2005 08:00

Open Source Web Design - Home /\^/\

by xenomorph & 192 others, 2 comments
Open Source Web Design is a community of designers and site owners sharing free web design templates as well as web design information. Helping to make the internet a prettier place!

18 July 2005 14:15

mezzoblue  §  css crib sheet

by xenomorph & 9 others
You will no doubt come across many quirky layout issues when building a site with CSS. You'll end up banging your head against a wall time and again. This is an attempt to make the design process easier, and provide a quick reference to check when you run into trouble.

18 July 2005 01:15

Web Developer's Handbook

by xenomorph & 181 others
Web Developer's Handbook: developing web-sites, exploring own imagination | CSS, Color Tools, SEO, Usability etc.

17 July 2005 14:15 - web 2.0 javascript

by xenomorph & 199 others provides you with easy-to-use, compatible and, ultimately, totally cool JavaScript libraries to make your web sites and web applications fly, Web 2.0 style.

Gregarius » A Free, Web-based Feed Aggregator

by xenomorph & 10 others (via)
Gregarius is a web-based RSS/RDF/ATOM feed aggregator, designed to run on your web server, allowing you to access your news sources from wherever you want.

ModSecurity (mod_security) - Open Source Web Application Firewall

by xenomorph & 8 others (via)
ModSecurity is an open source intrusion detection and prevention engine for web applications (or a web application firewall). Operating as an Apache Web server module or standalone, the purpose of ModSecurity is to increase web application security, protecting web applications from known and unknown attacks.

15 July 2005 13:15

Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.

by fredbird & 44 others
Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Developed and used over the past two years by a newspaper Web operation, Django is well-suited for developing content-management systems. It was designed from scratch to handle the intensive deadlines of a newsroom and the stringent requirements of experienced Web developers. It focuses on automating as much as possible and adhering to the DRY principle.

13 July 2005 13:15

Untangle URIs, URLs, and URNs

by fredbird & 2 others (via)
In information management, persistence and availability are in constant tension. This tension has led to separate technologies for Uniform Resource Names (URNs) and Uniform Resource Locators (URLs). Meanwhile, Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs) are designed to serve as both persistent names and available locations. This article explains how to use the current URI standards with XML technologies, gives a history of URNs and URLs, and provides a perspective on the tension between persistence and availability.

Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

by fredbird & 27 others (via)
AJAX (asynchronous javascript and xml) has been getting a lot of press lately. It is seen as a way to add desktop-application functionality to html pages. Things like Drag and drop, Fluid animations and Dynamic page updates. It's great to see public uptake of these technologies - but it worries me to see the influx of <SCRIPT> tags and onclick attributes into webpages.

05 July 2005 15:15

Download the Simple Test testing framework - Unit tests and mock objects for PHP

by fredbird & 6 others
The following assumes that you are familiar with the concept of unit testing as well as the PHP web development language. It is a guide for the impatient new user of SimpleTest. For fuller documentation, especially if you are new to unit testing see the ongoing documentation, and for example test cases see the unit testing tutorial.

21 June 2005 08:15

by fredbird & 37 others (via)
Designed for humans first and machines second, microformats are a set of simple, open data formats built upon existing and widely adopted standards.

17 June 2005 10:00

23 May 2005 08:15

Representational State Transfer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

by fredbird & 3 others
Representational State Transfer (REST) is a collection of principles for managing information over a computer network like the world wide web. While REST originally referred to a collection of architectural principles (described below), people now often use the term in a looser sense to describe any simple web-based interface that uses XML and HTTP without the extra abstractions of RPC-based approaches like the web services SOAP protocol.

18 April 2005 15:30

AttributeCrawler (neo-dzygn-com)

by fredbird & 1 other (via)
AttributeCrawler provides a good alternative for getElementsBySomething-style functions.

30 March 2005 10:00

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