Google is set to launch a direct competitor to PayPal’s payment processing services.
Ars Technica doesn’t see GBuy as a direct competitor to PayPal, since it doesn’t target individuals or small businesses like eBay sellers.
A new open source, web application development framework for C# 2.0 that generates browser interfaces using the dojo toolkit. A promising alternative to Atlas and ASP.NET for AJAX development on Windows servers.
Google Maps now supports Google Earth’s KML file format, which can bundle annotated placemarks, image overlays, and vector graphics. This opens some new possibilities for combined Google Earth and Google Maps mashups.
With alternatives to Adsense on the horizon for content site owners, will Google’s cash cow ultimately prove to be self-defeating?
With the upcoming release of the Creator Pack for Netbeans 5.5, the answer will be yes.
A new stable release of a library for adding user authentication into any Java web application with ease.
An open source framework for building sites with integrated content management, ecommerce and blogging facilities.
Google Maps is now available for commercial and behind-the-firewall use. Starting price: $10,000. Also, the API now includes international geocoding, so developers need not use other APIs to convert street addresses to locations.
This new stable release brings new AJAX-powered user interface enhancements, performance improvements, and an important security fix.
A nice PDF guide to installing and using an Oracle database with PHP.
Nice greasemonkey script for Firefox that lets you pop open a live HTML and CSS editor for any site and preview the effects of your changes on-the-fly.
M. David Green
React The ES6 Way
Your First Meteor 1.2 Application
Jump Start Sass
ECMAScript 2015: A SitePoint Anthology
Scrum: Novice to Ninja
M. David Green