jsLinb is a Cross-Browser javascript framework with WYSIWYG GUI builder and javascript-based source code Editor
• Rich client-side API, works with any backend (php, .Net, Java, python) or static HTML pages. • More then 40 common components, including Tabs, Dialog, TreeGrid, TimeLine and many other web GUI components. • Wide cross-browser compatibility, IE6+, firefox1.5+, opera9+, safari3+ and Google Chrome. • Full API Documentation with tons of samples. • Ever Increasing Code Snippets. • Drag&Drop WYSIWYG GUI builder and IDE available. Significantly reduced development time. • Source code editor Integrated (Code Intellisense, Code folding, Syntax Check and Undo/Redo). • Compatible with jQuery, prototype,..
Location: JavaScript
MyWebSql is the ultimate desktop replacement for managing your mysql databases over the web. With interface that works just like your favourite desktop applications, you don't need to keep switching over webpages to get simple things done. Just login to your database and manage your database as if your are working on your desktop!
Location: PHP / Database
CodeMirror is a JavaScript library that can be used to create a relatively pleasant editor interface for code-like content ― computer programs, HTML markup, and similar. If a parser has been written for the language you are editing (see below for a list of supported languages), the code will be coloured, and the editor will help you with indentation.
Location: JavaScript
As designers, we are used to having quite a bit of control over how things are displayed in a browser. Sure, differing rendering engines don’t always agree on everything, but for the most part we can at least find ways to mitigate variance through workarounds, or by writing for the lowest common denominator. By far, one of the most frustrating parts of dealing with browser inconsistencies has got to be forms. There are two distinctively differing schools of thought regarding (not) styling form elements. For the longest time, we’ve had people on both sides of the proverbial fence, neither group..
For the past year and a half, we've been pouring our heart into JavaScriptMVC 3.0. So it's with great excitement that we're ready to announce 3.0 is here to solve your JavaScript headaches. With over 1800 commits, the new version is faster, easier to use, and more powerful. But with so much goodness, it's hard to know where to start. The following are the biggest and bad-ass-est changes to JavaScriptMVC
Location: JavaScript
Covering up the new cool features in Illustrator and Photoshop CS5
Did you know that Adobe Photoshop is 20 years old and Illustrator has been around over 24 years? I’ve been using Photoshop since version 5 and Illustrator since version 8. It is amazing to see how they are progressively improving and adding more features. Now with vector features and 3D tools, Photoshop is no longer just an image editing tool. The same goes with Illustrator, Bristle Brushes were added to simulate bitmap drawing. I’ve been using CS5 for several months so in this post, I’m going to share my thoughts on CS5.
Kohana 3.0 includes a powerful ORM module that uses the active record pattern and database introspection to determine a model's column information. The ORM module is included with the Kohana 3.0 install but needs to be enabled before you can use it. In your application/bootstrap.php file modify the call to Kohana::modules and include the ORM module:
Location: Kohana 3
The world's most advanced browser based Editor lets you experience a whole new way of editing. It’s faster than existing technologies and offers unprecedented functionalities.
Location: Graphics & Design / jQuery / CSS / HTML / AJAX...
this funny video applies also to relationship between a Client and a Software Vendor
Location: Videos
a good toolbox for everyday Linux life
a collection of some useful Linux shell commands in various fields: file system, networking, hardware, video, audio, monitoring and more.
Location: Linux
Photoshop has given new pinnacles to creativity of designers all around the globe. They are free to create astounding effects that can accomplish almost anything one can imagine. Many artists have shared their creation process through quite a number of tutorials and articles. Today we present to you the best Photoshop tutorials from categories of abstract, animatation, automation, photo retouching, digital painting, poster design, brushes and buttons (and the list goes on!) to help you increase your knowledge and skills.
Lightweight, full featured, cross browser, extensible, WYSIWYG HTML editor
CLEditor is an open source jQuery plugin which provides a lightweight, full featured, cross browser, extensible, WYSIWYG HTML editor that can be easily added into any web site. CLEditor is only 9K! In addition to the standard text formatting features found in other WYSIWYG editors, CLEditor also contains rich drop downs for font name, size, style, text color and highlight color. CLEditor allows you to insert images, hyperlinks and horizontal rules. CLEditor supports the following browsers on both the mac and pc: IE 6.0+, FF 1.5+, Safari 4+, Chrome 5+ and Opera 10+. All testing is done..
Location: JavaScript / jQuery
This article shows you how to improve your jQuery code in order to get a better performance, 11 tips that will help you to make your web application faster. Includes code and Examples
Location: jQuery
The Poetic Prophet (AKA The SEO Rapper) is back with another marketing rap. This time he describes how web standards and proper design can affect the ranking and conversion of pages on your site. lyrics:Your site design is the first thing people see it should be reflective of you and the industry easy to look at with a nice navigation when you can't find what you want it causes frustration a clear Call to action to increase the temptation use appealing graphics they create motivation if you have animation use with moderation cause search engines can't index the information display..
Location: Info & News
Compass is a stylesheet authoring tool that uses the Sass stylesheet language to make your stylesheets smaller and your web site easier to maintain. Compass provides ports of the best of breed css frameworks that you can use without forcing you to use their presentational class names. It’s a new way of thinking about stylesheets that must be seen in action!
Location: CSS
Git is a version control system used by development and programming teams, popular open source projects, and other team collaboration projects. In this Git guide, we will discuss the value of version control systems, an overview of Git, advantages and disadvantages of using Git, how to install Git, basic commands, tools and essential Git resources. (For designers, also check out The Ultimate Guide to Version Control for Designers.)
Location: Version Control
So you’ve just launched your website. The only thing left now is to start creating content and arranging for some promotion, right? Well, not so fast. You first have to do several things to ensure that your site is set up properly and ready for the public. Here are a few things you should do right after launching a website (and if you can, do them prior to launching your website publicly).
Location: Webmaster Tools
You can never have too much of a good thing–and two good things we rely on in our work are tips and tricks. Nuggets of information, presented clearly and succinctly, help us build solutions and learn best practices. In a previous article, we shared a jam-packed list of 250 quick web design tips. It seems only right to continue the trend by showcasing 100 fresh–and hopefully useful–CSS tips and tricks.
Location: CSS
learn php, condition, statement, programming
In this PHP guide, we will take a look at conditional statements in PHP. Conditional statements — also known as conditional statements, conditional expressions or conditional constructs — are a group of programming features that can be found in every programming language. An example of a conditional statement is the if statement.
Location: PHP
Once upon a time, there was the mighty GIF image format, the most popular type of image compression for web graphics. Then, it was announced that software programs using GIF would require a license (this was because of the Unisys patent for the LZW compression method used in GIF). This change sped up the development for its successor: the PNG format. PNG, which stands for Portable Network Graphics, gained popularity and, nowadays, it’s probably the most used image format when it comes to web design, alongside JPEG.

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