I am sure you all know about Mictosoft’s IE9 Testdrive. Its main target was, for now, the developer – in an attempt to showcase the improvements in IE9 and maybe make us be more nice to them and forget how much time we waste with IE6.
What I was interested as a frontend developer was the the compatibility tables for features like SVG, CSS3 and DOM. And the test results, as per Microsoft’s page, are all gorgeous.
Tweet Today ICANN approved the Internationalized Domain Name Fast Track Process which means we soon will see Internet addresses containing non-Latin characters. That is a fair thing to do since maybe half of the world population is not writing with latin characters. The process will begin on November 16th and will allow nations to apply [...]
Tweet There’s no reason for our Google Maps to look ugly because of the icons Google used to offer. Now have become available a huge number of icons offered by Nico Mollet under the Creative Commons 3.0 license. The cherry on the cake is that they give away everything related to these icons so everybody [...]
Tweet Today was a great day for Microsoft…or not. The company finally reached a deal with the European Commision in the never ending fight concerning Microsoft attempts to impose IE as a unique browser for Windows and not willing to help the developers build compatible software with MS products. The measures that Microsoft will take [...]
Tweet I know almost every blogger wrote about this subject (lately all complaining about IE6 still being used by common users) – but this time I think we should take all this to the next level and start doing something about it. I admit I don’t usually have contact with the final clients or have [...]
We updated our online cropping script Kroppr, to version v1.2
This version fixes some problems for certain servers configuration:
– servers that do not allow to write the cropped image into the cache folder, due to a server configuration setting,
– servers with magic_quotes_gpc set to On.
Tweet If you are a web developer you are forced to run multiple operating systems, to check your code and design in as many browsers as possible. Well, the main problem is the IE – as it always do strange things…. This can be done using a virtual machine, or multiple computers. The first case [...]
Tweet Perl comes from Practical Extraction and Report Language which is quite famous and used by many web application. A Perl5 database interface to the MySQL database is provided by libdbd perl mysql shared library. You can install perl support via mod_fastcgi or mod_cgi. Following are essential steps to run perl based application in chrooted [...]