David Hurth's Blog

Friday, November 30, 2007

Dynamic Loading of JavaScript without using Eval

This post gives details on dynamic JavaScript loading and includes code to accomplish the task.

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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Keeping Your JavaScript Small

David Hurth of Ajaxonomy.com writes about a utility that can reduce the size of your JavaScript by 70%

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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Optimize your Ajax with TIBCO General Interface Performance Profiler

Mark Gharibian of Ajaxonomy.com writes about optimizing you Ajax application using Tibco General Interface Performance Profiler. It tells how this can be used even with applications not written with General Interface.

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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Google Ajax Feed API + Flickr Photo Feed + Mootools Image Reflection

An article about implementing the Google Ajax Feed API to access the Flickr public photo feed and create a dynamic image reflection using the Mootools Image Reflection script.

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Protecting Your Application from SQL Injection.

This article gives a good overview of how to protect yourself from SQL injection.

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Friday, November 23, 2007

Will Firefox Ever be Taken Seriously by Microsoft

David Hurth of Ajaxonomy talks about how Firefox could gain enough market share to be taken seriously by Microsoft.

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Thursday, November 22, 2007

A Better Ajax Back Button Solution

David Hurth of Ajaxonomy.com presents a better solution to fix the broken back button in Ajax applications.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Web Developer Needed - Must know every web server language that I Googled

This ad literally asks that somebody have programming skills in just about every possible server side language. How quickly do you think it will get filled?

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JFlubber! A Google Android Podcast Helper App

An article by Dick Wall [Google Developer Programs] on his mission to port an existing Java app over to the Android platform.

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JavaFX: The Second Coming of Swing

At JavaOne 2007, Sun announced with much fanfare its JavaFX platform including two major components: Mobile and Scripting. This article will focus on the most interesting aspect of this new platform (for Swing old-timers, at least), the Java FX Script component.

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A JSON Load Object without using Eval

David Hurth of Ajaxonomy.com shows the code to create a JavaScript object that is used to create JSON without using eval.

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Saturday, November 17, 2007

Akelos - Ruby on Rails port to PHP

Akelos is a PHP framework for developing database-backed web applications according to the Model-View-Controller pattern.

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YouTube : You have better rivals

A PC World Study compares YouTube with other social video sharing websites and YouTube isn't at the top of the list (or near it)

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Symantec's Top 10 Internet Security Trends

A countdown of Symantec’s Top 10 Internet Security Trends

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A Year 2000 Article Predicts Ajax

An interesting Slashdot post from the year 2000 that predicts the use of Ajax.

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Friday, November 16, 2007

Google Maps Version Released

Here's what this new release of Google Maps brings to the table: Route Mapping (Planning), Turns displayed on your map, You-Are-Here GPS Functionality, Contacts integration for Windows Mobile Devices

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Thursday, November 15, 2007

YouTube High Quality Video - Coming Soon

If you haven’t heard Steve Chen (co-founder of YouTube) announced at the NewTeeVee Live conference that high-quality video streams are coming soon.

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Using JSON in AJAX with out using Eval

David Hurth of Ajaxonomy writes about using JSON without using eval.

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ET GPhone Home? - What to Expect from 'Google Phones'

Alexander Wolfe at Information Week has written an article titled "Inside The GPhone: What To Expect From Google’s Android Alliance" in which he deduces the eight key technologies that will play major roles in Google Android Platform.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Boopsie - smart, local search and even Facebook access from any mobile

The app supports all major mobile platforms (even S60 3) and offers a great search tool for mobile users. One cool feature is a mobile gateway to your Facebook account...

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Google Misses the Mark?

Tim O’Reilly - the father of the term ‘web 2.0′, calls Google’s Open Social API “boring” and a “full blown disappointment”.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

PHP Rants and Server Side Language Benchmarks

Benchmarks of various server side languages (PHP, Ruby, JSP, ASP.NET, etc..) and a Pro PHP Rant.

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Mr. Data from Star Trek?

No! Not that Android! This is Google Android- the first complete, open, and free mobile platform! Rumors have been circulating that Google would be developing a GPhone, but that rumor turned out to be false. What Google is doing, is trying to revolutionize the mobile device platform by rolling out an open-source, reusable, extensible, customizable, “integratable” operating system for mobile phones.

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Monday, November 12, 2007

Microsoft's Connections Conference - Share Point Governance and Information

David Hurth gives a synopsis of Shane Young's session on Share Point Governance at the Microsoft Connections Conference.

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Sunday, November 11, 2007

Microsoft's Connections Conference - Keynote

David Hurth from Ajaxonomy.com attended the Microsoft’s Connections Conference in Las Vegas last week and has written an article on the Keynote Address given by Steve Guggenheimer.

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