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So you’ve heard all rumors about HTML5 would take over Adobe Flash. While most web community argues that it’s possible or not, you must be wandering what makes HTML5 so powerful that even giant company Apple wants to use it to replace Flash. That’s why this post exists, we’re not going to talk about what HTML5 can do, but show live demos of magical things that HTML5 can achieve with other language like JavaScript, so get ready to be inspired. Note: As HTML5 is not fully supported by certain web browser like Internet Explorer, you’re strongly recommended to use Firefox browser to view all HTML5 demos below.... more

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I hope you have heard a little about CSS3 and HTML5. And I’m sure you’ve used at least one of the cool features they offer. But now it is time to use them at their full (or almost full) power. You may be asking yourself “It is time to change? Should I forget everything I know and dive into this new world?”. Well dear padawan, you don’t need to do so. We have a lot of tools that make our transition to new and better technologies safer (ultimately we can’t just crash our customer’s website, we have bills to pay :D). Frameworks are helpful with this. They’ve already been tried, tested and proven. Of course, you can... more

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What is a PHP Framework? PHP is the world’s most popular scripting language for many different reasons – flexibility, ease-of-use, among others – but often times coding in PHP, or any language for that matter, can get rather monotonous and repetitive. That’s where a PHP framework can help. PHP frameworks streamline the the development of web applications written in PHP by providing a basic structure for which to build the web applications. In other words, PHP frameworks help to promote rapid application development (RAD), which saves you time, helps build more stable applications, and reduces the amount of repetitive... more

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A good PHP framework can help you develop a PHP application quickly, with more simplicity and with a vision "best-practices-oriented". Take a look at this list with 20 great PHP frameworks and suggest that you prefer or a new link to a framework not included into this list. 1. CodeIgniter is a powerful PHP framework with a very small footprint, built for PHP coders who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications. Read more...   2. CakePHP CakePHP is a rapid development framework for PHP that provides an extensible architecture for developing, maintaining, and deploying... more

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Content Management Systems help web developers create, manage and publish quickly blogs, portal or social collaboration websites. Probably you know the most popular CMS tools such as WordPress, Movable Type, Joomla!, Mambo but there are a lot of similar CMS tools for all needs. This list suggest you some interesting alternatives you have to try. Please add a link if you want to suggest a CMS tool not included in this list. 1. Frog CMS Frog CMS simplifies content management by offering an elegant user interface, flexible templating per page, simple user management and permissions, as well as the tools necessary for file... more

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My Tiny TodoList is a totally free, simple open source todolist written in PHP and jQuery released from Max Pozdeev and based on my original MyToDoList application. Using MyTiny TodoList you can add, modify or delete tasks, mark a task as completed and set task priority. Max improved a lot the interface with some nice jQuery effects and other general improvements. The result is very interesting and I suggest you to take it a look. Some screenshots: Install My Tiny TodoList 1. Download, unpack and upload to your site. 2. If you want to use Mysql database instead of Sqlite - uncomment the line begining with $config in file... more

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jQuery Visual Cheat Sheet 1.6 for iPad The new edition of my jQuery Visual Cheat Sheet (1.6), the most popular cheat sheet about jQuery over the internet, is here! The new edition includes all the reference you will ever need for jQuery 1.6 API. Download the PDF File here If you like this post follow me on Twitter or add me as friend on... more

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Ajax allows for rich-internet applications that mimic the responsiveness and complex user interfaces typically associated with desktop applications. Moving applications to the web browser opens many possibilities, including the ability to save user data, connecting with other users for collaboration and sharing, and making deployment and using the application easier since web browsers are standard-issue with most computers regardless of operating system. If you’re interested in expanding your understanding of Ajax techniques and practices, check out these 25 hand-picked Ajax articles and tutorials that outline various... more

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