AJAX Feedback Mechanism

Nifty little mechanism that lets you get user feedback on a page without harassing them. Should be on your site

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AJAX Edit In Place With Prototype, Version 0.2.0

AJAX Edit In Place with Prototype lets you edit text in line like Flickr. This new version fixes some bugs, is more flexible and cleans up the JavaScript code.

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15 Exercises for Learning a new Programming Language

Prashant N Mhatre has a working knowledge of several programming languages but job demands to learn a new language frequently in a short time. Prashant shares 15 exercises to master languages quickly.

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Free PHP and Oracle Manual is Available

"Just starting out with PHP database development, or unsure how to install PHP and Oracle? This full-length guide (PDF format) includes everything you need to know (and more)."

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PHP – Top Ten Security Vulnerabilities

These vulnerabilities can, of course, exist in PHP applications. Here are some tips on how to avoid them. I've included related links and references where relevant.

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Responsible Asynchronous Scripting

AJAX and its kin are empowering developers, but with great power comes great responsibility.

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Test Smarter, Not Harder

15 page article diving deep on the statistics of automated functional testing. Includes random sampling, pairwise and n-wise testing. Also proposes applying whitebox techniques to blackbox automation.

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Very Cool Javascript : Easily Add Sidenotes To Your Blog

Just by adding this javascript to your blog or website, you can easily add color coded sidenotes to your blog entries. The script does everything. All you need to do is add a single tag to your text. You can also completely style the color, borders and positioning of the sidenotes with CSS. Very cool and simple to use.

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Best AJAX Tool: Script# or Google GWT? eWeek Comparison

Basic User Authentication in Rails

"This article walks through creating a basic authentication system in rails."

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More Rounded Corners with CSS

"Admit it. You know it, your Mom knows it and even your Grandmother probably knows it by now: Rounded corners, borders and drop shadows (while nothing new) are all the rage these days on the 'Web 2.0, fully Ajaxed, Ajax-enhanced, Ajaxified' Web 2.0-era Web."

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Steal It! Ruby Code & Style

There's a whole world of language features that we sometimes miss out on as Rubyists, such as pattern matching, S-expressions, and external domain-specific languages. But the good news is that we can have them, too, as long as we're not afraid to steal a few things first.

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Object-Oriented Javascript

"Although Javascript shouldn�t be classed as an object-oriented language, pretty much everything within it is object based; from DOM scripting (Document Object Model) through to specific built-in objects such as Image and Date."

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.htaccess Generator

This is a great page for any website owner/creator. It asks a few questions, and then will generate a nice clean .htaccess file for you.

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New Google tool compiles Java to AJAX

When you deploy your application to production, the Google Web Toolkit compiler translates your Java application to browser-compliant JavaScript and HTML.

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Configuring Rails Environments: The Cheat Sheet

A fairly exhaustive list of the options allowed when configuring a Rails application.

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5 Worthy CSS Tips

"After reading "5 Steps To CSS Heaven" and disagreeing with some of what was said I thought that writing this would be appropriate…so here are 5 quick tips that help me out in my day to day work. I wouldn't call them best practices because everybody has a style that works for them, but these are what work best for me."

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Learn How to Create a Keygen

After reading this, you hopefully will have a better understanding of how programs generate and check serials.

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Password hashing using PHP and MySQL

This article will explain what a hash is, why you want to use them instead of storing real passwords in your applications, and give you some examples of how to implement password hashing in PHP and MySQL.

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Open-Source pyxy-gallery PHP+Ajax Photo Gallery

"Pyxy-gallery is a PHP script to make an image gallery. There are many other scripts to do this, but this is one of the nicer ones." Excellent PHP Photo Gallery, with slick AJAX!

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