Jun 28, 2006 News Wire

  • CSS Galleries: aggregating web design inspiration

    A single site and RSS feed that tracks new additions to the various CSS design showcase sites, including CSS Mania, Stylegala, Unmatched Style and many more.

    (tags: css design)

  • 8 Invaluable WordPress Plugins!

    A short-and-sweet look at eight excellent plugins for WordPress, the popular PHP blog software.

    (tags: php)

  • jQuery Visual Documentation

    A visual reference to jQuery, the super-lightweight library designed to make the most common JavaScript tasks easy and fun.

    (tags: javascript)

  • Ten Possible Consequences of Google’s GBuy

    Some interesting speculation on just what effect the imminent launch of GBuy may have on the world of online commerce.

    (tags: business google)

  • Flex 2

    Flex 2, Adobe’s new platform for building rich web apps with Flash user interfaces, has been released! The SDK is free, the Eclipse-based IDE is $499, and the enterprise data services component is free for 1 CPU ($20,000 per CPU thereafter).

    (tags: flex)


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