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These are my links for April 29th from 20:12 to 20:12: IBM’s Cook up Web sites fast with CakePHP – Share and Enjoy:

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These are my links for April 29th from 08:35 to 08:35: RGraph: HTML5 canvas graph library based on the HTML5 canvas tag – Share and Enjoy:

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Online reputation management is the practice of monitoring the reputation of a person, brand, or company on the Internet. Everybody is online these days, looking for information about products and services. Therefore, managing your reputation online is extremely important in the business world. It’s often mistaken that online reputation management is something that happens after [...]

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  I believe in the power, speed and “update-ability” of CSS3. Not having to load background images as structural enhancements (such as PNGs for rounded corners and gradients) can save time in production (i.e. billable hours) and loading (i.e. page speed). At our company, we’ve happily been using CSS3 on client websites for over a year [...]

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The latest iteration provides greater customization capabilities and availability in mobile versions…. Share and Enjoy:

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MapQuest celebrates its 15th anniversary on April 25 and will blow out the birthday candles in their new, cutting-edge office space unveiled in the LoDo (Lower Downtown) neighborhood in Denver. The new 17,000-square-foot space combines raw materials with a contemporary design to deliver a start-up feeling. There are no actual offices, encouraging real-time dialogue, problem-solving [...]

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HTML5 Canvas and SVG are two exciting graphics features introduced in IE9. Both were covered in sessions at last week’s MIX11 conference in Las Vegas (see Deep Dive Into HTML5 <canvas> and Modernizing Your Website: SVG Meets HTML5). These technologies can be used to address a range of graphic scenarios on the modern Web. With [...]

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Finding errors in JavaScript code both during application development and when it’s already released is an important part of web development. We’ve recently added a mechanism for handling uncaught JavaScript exceptions and made some improvements in the tools that allow you to work with stack traces. Now it’s a good time to summarize the ways [...]

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Baby’s got backchannel! If everybody at the conference is staring at their Twitter stream instead of at the person who’s doing the speaking, maybe the speaker should meet them halfway. Migrating speaker presentations to the backchannel can empower the audience while enabling the speaker to listen carefully to their responses. The broadcast model of presentations [...]

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YUI, together with the Yahoo! Developer Network, is excited to sponsor a complimentary YUI 3 “Building Blocks, Modules, and Applications” Workshop on Sunday, May 1, 2011 in Portland, Oregon. This is a great way to kick-off your time at JSConf, but you do not need a JSConf ticket to attend the workshop. All are invited [...]

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