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Archive for March 2012
Let me start of by saying that I think LinkedIn is a fantastic social platform, especially for B2B companies. I have been an active, paid member since 2005 and have invested a lot of time and effort into building my personal profile and network, as well as the Brick Marketing company page. I am an [...]
A few months ago I went to collect a friend from hospital. Arriving early, I entered the waiting room and noticed in-house magazines stacked by the door. I picked one up, grabbed a coffee and took a seat.
The magazine read like a very long press release, blabbering on about [...]
Decorator has been given additional functionality and is now also available as a standalone application….
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Last week we debuted Pwnium, a contest based on our Chromium Security Rewards program. Both of these initiatives reward well intentioned researchers who help make the web a safer place by reporting security vulnerabilities. Our total payout to researchers for these programs is now well over half a million dollars.We weren’t sure what kinds of [...]
Firefox for Windows, Mac and Linux adds new in-product developer tools that make it easier to visualize page elements. Firefox also expands Firefox Sync capabilities to let users sync add-ons across computers.
Firefox includes new developer tools that represent the structure of websites in a new way and make it easier to live-edit CSS code. The [...]
updated on HTML5 Labs the previously released
Media Capture prototype to better align it to the latest
W3C editor draft.
The HTML Media Capture
working draft continues to evolve alongside
715 changes landed in WebKit’s repository last week, bringing highlights such as improved calc() support and wrapping behavior for the new Flexible Box Layout implementation.
As for Web Inspector, not all percentage signs will attempt to be substituted anymore, the Network Panel will show application/json data again and inactive properties will be checked for vendor prefixes. The [...]
It is time to move toward a future-friendly web. Our current device landscape is a plethora of desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablets, feature phones, smartphones, and more, but this is just the beginning. The rapid pace of technological change is accelerating, and our current processes, standards, and infrastructure are quickly reaching their breaking points. How can [...]
Some of you have been wondering when YUI 3.5.0 PR3 will be released. After all, the scheduled release date for 3.5.0 PR3 was last week, March 5th, but here we are on the 12th, and no PR3. So what gives?
In parallel to development on YUI 3.5.0, Yahoo!’s CDN deployment process has been [...]
jQuery 1.7.2 will be arriving soon! To make sure that we’ve fixed the bugs voted “Most Likely to Annoy” without introducing any new bugs, we need your help in testing this release candidate. You can get the code from the jQuery CDN:
It will only take a few minutes to drop in this latest file and [...]