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Bookmarks tagged with “webdevelopment”

  1. When can I use…

    “Compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.” A lot of waiting involved. (via Dotcode)

  2. Font Matrix

    Nice grid of what fonts are available in different OSes with different installs of software.

  3. Unit Interactive :: Blog :: Better CSS Font Stacks

    Sensible examples of lists of fonts to use in CSS.

  4. Facing up to Fonts | Slides and notes

    Interesting presentation on which fonts are available to use on the web, and how best to specify combinations of them. (via Blech)

  5. Recreating the button | stopdesign

    Doug Bowman on how buttons were developed on Google apps. Good HTML/CSS cleverness. (via Simon Willison)

  6. RubyFrontier Documentation

    Another CMS… imitating Userland Frontier. I can’t decide if this is brilliance and/or madness. (via Daring Fireball)

  7. Nanoc: a Ruby CMS that generates static HTML » home

    Another little CMS. “runs on your local computer and compiles Markdown, Textile, Haml, etc. documents into static web pages, ready for uploading to any web host.” (via Daring Fireball)

  8. Webby :: Webby

    Mini CMS in Ruby. Mainly just converts text into web pages using a variety of templating languages. (via Daring Fireball)

  9. TDO Mini Forms Wordpress Plugin (v0.12.6) [thedeadone.net]

    Very flexible plugin that lets you create custom forms which create new WordPress posts with their data. Confusing and ugly UI, but nicely powerful.

  10. Google Open Source Blog: Google Blog Converters 1.0 Released

    Excellent - scripts to convert between Blogger, LiveJournal, MovableType and WordPress. I reckon every single online service should have an “Export” button and nag you if you haven’t backed-up in a while. (via Tom Taylor)

  11. The Django Book: Version 2.0 (English)

    Lets people attach comments to individual paragraphs. Quite nicely done compared to some similar implementations (eg, BookGlutton, CommentPress).

  12. Hedged down: Practical Django Projects

    For future reference if/when I have a look at this book, updated code examples. (via Blech)

  13. 10 Insanely Useful Django Tips - NETTUTS

    I like insanely useful tips. Just dipping my toes in Python at the mo so this may come in useful. (via Blech)

  14. Improve your jQuery - 25 excellent tips

    Lots of handy tips for people like me who have only dabbled in jQuery so far. (via Infovore)

  15. Home — genetify — GitHub

    For testing how different ways of doing things on your site are used by people. Sounds good. (via Yoz)

  16. The Grid System

    Nice resource on designing web sites using a grid. All we need now is a resource on designing web sites with DECENT LINK STYLES.

  17. Outlet PHP ORM - Welcome

    I’ve just started using this. I needed something simple and lightweight and I think I like this. Still a little rough, but getting there.

  18. Feedback Army - Home [Website Feedback Service]

    Get feedback on your website from Mechanical Turk users. Ten responses $7. (via Waxy)

  19. Cornerstone vs. Versions, Again

    Comparing Mac Subversion clients. (via Daring Fireball)

  20. Alex is blogging, too: Tumblr Friendfeed Theme Release

    A theme for Tumblr that incorporates your Friendfeed stuff into a sidebar.

  21. Battle of the CSS Frameworks | Capsize Designs

    Handy summary of several CSS frameworks, pros and cons. (via Infovore)

  22. Code: Flickr Developer Blog » Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site

    Great practical advice for building a website for iPhones. (via Infovore)

  23. Beanstalk — Version Control with a Human Face

    Hosted Subversion. Looks very nice. (via TUAW)

  24. Versions - Mac Subversion Client (SVN)

    Nice looking Subversion client for the Mac (er, like it says). (via TUAW)

  25. Sweetcron - The Automated Lifestream Blog Software

    Self-hosted aggregation of things you do elsewhere on the web. Not convinced about the design of the example. You have to sign up to find out more. Oh well.

  26. ReBlog by Eyebeam R&D

    A way of aggregating RSS feeds and publishing them through weblog software. All a bit vague.

  27. Paulhammond.org: Conditional classnames

    An easy way to apply Internet Explorer CSS hacks. So simple that, in retrospect, it’s hard to believe no one’s thought of it before. Smashing.

  28. Why Google App Engine is broken and what Google must do to fix it. at Aral Balkan

    My word, it sounds quite useless really. (via Simon Willison)

  29. Related Entries in Movable Type | Devlounge

    How to do a “related entries” block on individual entry archives. Requires that you use tags.

  30. Gmapicons - Google Maps Icons 

    URLs of all the standard icons.

  31. BuddyPress » About BuddyPress

    “The idea of BuddyPress is to take a standard vanilla installation of WordPress MU and turn it into something that represents more of a community building tool, or niche social network.” (via Oblomovka)

  32. CodeIgniter - Open source PHP web application framework

    Minimal open source PHP framework with good documentation. (Update: I used it for a project recently and it was really nice. It Just Worked. 2009-08-01.)

  33. Dotcode’s bookmarks tagged with “scrolling” on del.icio.us

    A handy collection. For some reason (some) clients and (some) designers are the only people in the world who can’t work scrollbars.

  34. Tag Based PHP Photo Album | JuxtaPhoto

    Looks nice, but haven’t tried it. Single user only.

  35. Gallery | Your photos on your website

    Very full-featured, a bit complicated, but very polished PHP/MySQL photo gallery. Installed easily, multiple users, nice themes. Win.

  36. PhpAlbum | PHP Photo Album - Gallery

    Photo album that doesn’t use a conventional database, supports multiple users I think. Demo looks horribly like phpBB. Tried installing and just got a blank page. Gave up.

  37. Zenphoto

    PHP/MySQL photo gallery. Front-end looks gorgeous. But a couple of silly awkward problems made it tricky to install and the admin interface was a bit baffling. No multiple users.

  38. Why HTML

    More recent arguments for why to use HTML rather than XHTML. (via Simon Willison)

  39. Dan Grossman » Open Calais Tags

    “a PHP class for extracting entities from text using Open Calais”

  40. Expression Engine vs Textpattern / journal / hicksdesign

    Thoughtful comparison of both CMSs. (via Daring Fireball)

  41. Slides: Professional Frontend Engineering | Nate Koechley’s Blog

    A presentation that nicely describes a role that is close to some of what I do. Interesting to see new (in a larger scale) roles become identified and solidified. (via Infovore)

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