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yc c

Komodo Edit: The Free and Open Source Dynamic Languages Editor - 0 views

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    Very good opensource editor
yc c

JetBrains RubyMine :: Ruby on Rails IDE - 0 views

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    RubyMine brings the whole range of essential developers tools, debugger, HTML, CSS and JavaScript editing support, code completion, code snippets and automatic refactorings
Phil Maxwell

MacRabbit - Espresso - 0 views

  • Espresso. Time for something new in web development.

    Your cup of coffee has been the thing that gets you out of bed, the smell of creativity, the taste that makes your day. Now, Espresso delivers something better than a caffeine boost: a web editor with style.

yc c

CSS The Star Matrix Pre-loaded - 0 views

yc c

Yahoo! UI Library: Graded Browser Support - 0 views

  • Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and director of the W3C, has said it best:

    “Anyone who slaps a ‘this page is best viewed with Browser X’ label on a Web page appears to be yearning for the bad old days, before the Web, when you had very little chance of reading a document written on another computer, another word processor, or another network.”

  • Methodologies including layered development via progressive enhancement, Unobtrusive Javascript, and Hijax ensure that higher layers don’t disrupt lower layers. However, representative testing of the core experience is critical. If you choose to adopt a Graded Browser support regime for your own web applications, be sure your site’s core content and functionality is accessible without images, CSS, and JS. Ensure that the keyboard is adequate for task completion and that when your site is accessed by a C-grade browser all advanced functionality prompts are hidden.
yc c

Web Developer's Handbook | CSS, Web Development, Color Tools, SEO, Usability etc. - 0 views

shared by yc c on 14 Mar 09 - Cached
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    links, links and links
Graham Perrin

Dashboard Programming Topics: Designing Widgets - 0 views

  • design your widget’s front side
  • forcing the user to wait for content to display can be annoying and time-consuming
  • It should require no explanation
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  • A cluttered widget is a jack of all trades, master of none
  • simple widgets, each focused on a single task
  • Design widgets for small screens
  • design unique, custom controls that integrate well into your widget’s overall design
  • Users may expect to drop files or other dragged items on your widget
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      1: drag and drop.
  • Put information not vital to the widget on the back
  • Branding is appropriate on a widget’s back
  • Integrated Menus
    • Graham Perrin
       
      2: from a menu, select an action for the dropped content.
  • Support drag-and-drop
  • Displaying a menu in this context is common
  • Implementing Your Custom Menu Control

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  • structure your elements logically
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    It's taken me a long time to realise the value and possibilities of widgets …
Graham Perrin

Netvibes : Developers - 0 views

  • compatible with all major widget platforms
  • a free and elegant widget framework
  • 100% compliant. Open web standards, utilizing XHTML/XML, JavaScript/Ajax, CSS.
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  • supports all major widget platforms, including Netvibes, iGoogle, Windows Vista, Mac OS X, iPhone and more
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      … but not Windows XP (I assume that XP does not easily lend itself to widgets).
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    Netvibes Universal Widget API (UWA) is a free and elegant widget framework that uses XHTML for structure, CSS for styling and JavaScript/Ajax for behavioral/DOM control ; it can also use iframes and plugins such as Flash. UWA supports all major widget platforms, including Netvibes, iGoogle, Windows Vista, Mac OS X, iPhone and more.

    Credit to Rik` in irc://irc.freenode.net/#webkit for the referral/suggestion.
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