I ran into a site where there is a list of many different types of practical and popular APIs which can be used for your web 2.0 applications. Categories including: Advertising, Blogging, Bookmarks, Calendar, Chat, Email, Photos, etc. You can
I know I don’t usually talk about Photoshop here, but I use the product frequently and it’s an Adobe product =). Here is a list of the 10 top new things you can do with Photoshop CS3 which came out
Pete Freitag has posted on his site how to create an RSS 2.0 feed. Check it out here!
Although I am slowly moving my way in using CFEclipse for all my web development, there are some good things that come from using Dreamweaver. WinMerge is a free utility to compare text-based files with syntax highlighting as well as
Here are the links to the Adobe Developer Week sessions that were recorded live last week: The Adobe Engagement Platform Introduction to Developing with Flex Introduction to Adobe LiveCycle Building Flex Apps with Flex Builder Flex Data Services Building Killer
Pete Freitag has continuted on his series of blog posts about building web forms that aren’t annoying. His key points were to use scripting to enhance the experience on a form, but make sure the form works if the user
Ok, so I don’t have a MySpace account, other than the one my wife and I set up to view our friends pictures =), but I had to blog about Mike Davidson doing his CSS magic to make his MySpace
Pete Freitag posted a blog regarding best practices for designing web forms. Part 1 goes over his first generalization which is: Don’t use a select list when the user can more easily type in what they want. He is referring
Rachel Cunliffe (www.cre8d-design.com) has put together a Web Design/Project toolkit with some very useful links to websites with great examples and content. Including inspiration, fonts, images, colors, lists, filler text, and web validators. Check it out here!