Most of the sites I work with on a daily basis run on Linux servers, and run under the Apache web server.
Recently, I have started to work with Android, Google's system for smartphones. This is mostly a work-related endeavor, though I am incredibly curious.
Today, we have been informed that Google will support microformats and RDFa, which are ways to give machine-readable semantic structure, meaning, and connection to a web document.
I've written occasionally about my experiences with Ubuntu Linux. Since I got accustomed to the system, everything has been overwhelmingly positive, especially when it relates to using Ubuntu for programming. Predominantly, I program in PHP and Ruby on Rails, depending on the project.
I've made my first, hopefully useful for public consumption, plugin for WordPress. I've made a few other plugins, but none of them seemed to be really useful or customizable to benefit others.
window.onload = functionname; only works once on a given page.
Over the years, many people have written various solutions to go around this, and cause the page to load multiple functions.
As I've been thinking about the new default behavior that Microsoft announced for IE8, it occurs to me that there are a lot of reasons for Microsoft's decision.
Today, Adobe AIR comes out of beta. AIR allows designers and developers to create web applications that run on the desktop.
Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.
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