Web Development: Client Side

BernieCode » How to debug JavaScript with Visual Web Developer Express

Among the things we all have to do (even those of us with Macs) is debug Javascript for Internet Explorer. The JS Engine is quirky and dumb, and other than memory management and garbage collection, they have done hardly anything to the annoyances of their particular implementation of the language. But they are the […]

By |September 25th, 2008|Web Development: Client Side|Comments Off

Wazaabi – XUL for RCP.

This opens pretty interesting possibilities:

Via TheServerSide:

Wazaabi includes a GUI framework that brings XUL to Eclipse RCP plugin developers and a set of components that link the client-side XUL based viewers and forms to server-side business components. Thus, rich client developers can use XUL to code a GUI, rather than using SWT.Wazaabi brings XUL to […]

Google Web toolkit

Okay, it’s official. Now everybody has a web 2.0 solution.

With GWT, you can develop and debug AJAX applications in the Java language using the Java development tools of your choice. When you deploy your application to production, the GWT compiler to translates your Java application to browser-compliant JavaScript and HTML.

Google Web Toolkit – Product […]

By |May 17th, 2006|Java, Web Development: Client Side|Comments Off

Zimbra – Check it out

Recently I posted a link to Mark McNeil’s entry about expecting more, and how as developers we need to get use to giving more. 

Well, on that note, Zimbra is pretty cool. It’s a very nice groupware, outlook-like email/calendaring solution that is open source and has some amazing use of ajax

A couple of things I […]

By |February 15th, 2006|Web Development: Client Side|Comments Off

Yahoo user interface library

I’ve been playing a bit with the Yahoo User Interface Library (YUI for short), and I have to say it’s awesome. So far I’ve been using Script.aculo.us for some of my personal stuff. The feature sets pretty much complement each other, and Yahoo’s excellent code standards (all their yahoo names start with Yahoo.*) means they […]

Beginner's AJAX Advice: Learn CSS First!

Sometimes the best advice is sitting in comments…**Ajax is not a substitute for good style construction.** If you want a DIV to change 19 different styles when you do something to it, write a small, intelligent set of CSS classes that govern the changeable vs. unchangeable styles and use JS to add or subtract […]

By |December 9th, 2005|Web Development: Client Side|Comments Off

DOJO: A browser toolkit

DOJO is a project that will create a common toolkit for web application authors to easily use the rich capabilities of browsers..

By |March 28th, 2005|Web Development: Client Side|Comments Off

AdaptivePath: AJAX

On Adaptive Path, Jesse James Garret talks about AJAX and how it can make your JavaScript applications run much faster by taking advantage of XMLHttpRequest and such functions..

By |March 28th, 2005|Web Development: Client Side|Comments Off