21 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Nov 15

IE10 Lands on Windows 7

Windows 7 users can now install IE10. It may be a release preview, but it's a full browser which replaces IE9 on your PC. Craig provides the download...
11 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Matt Rakow, Nov 15

Adapting Your Site to Different Window Sizes

On 1 November, the W3C published an Editor's Draft of CSS Device Adaptation, which allows an author to specify the size, zoom factor, and orientation of browser viewport. Matt Rakow explains.
7 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Nov 12

How to Enable Intranet Browsing in IE10

Craig reveals how you can enable local and intranet site testing in IE10 and ensure it doesn't revert to IE7 rendering mode.
21 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Nov 07

Internet Explorer 10: the Review

Craig reviews the final release of Microsoft Internet Explorer 10. Has it caught the competition? Can it halt IE user migration? Does it offer a compelling reason to switch back?
8 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Nov 01

Browser Trends November 2012: Entering Equilibrium?

Craig takes his monthly look at the desktop and mobile browser usage charts. Have we reached a point of market stability? Can any other browsers take on the top five?
24 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Oct 31

CSSrefresh for Fast and Effective CSS Testing

Craig looks at CSSrefresh; a free browser tool which could drastically cut your CSS testing time.
7 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Craig Buckler, Oct 26

Microsoft Windows 8 Arrives

Microsoft Windows 8 has been launched and is commercially available today. Love it or loathe it, many of you will be using the OS on a daily basis for the next few years.
5 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Jennifer Yu, Oct 25

Using Unprefixed CSS3 Gradients in Modern Browsers

25 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Oct 22

IE10 for Windows 7: Why the Delay?

Internet Explorer 10 will not be available on Windows 7 when it's released with Windows 8 later this week. Craig discusses the fallout caused by Microsoft's bombshell.
9 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Oct 15

Browser Vendors Join Forces on WebPlatform.org HTML5 Documentation

Will WebPlatform.org become the definitive source of all web developer documentation? Craig looks at the ambitious project from the W3C, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Mozilla, Opera and other vendors.
12 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Craig Buckler, Oct 12

Firefox 16: What's New and Why it was Pulled

Firefox 16 is out. Or, more specifically, Firefox 16.0.1 has been released following a slightly embarrassing security issue. Craig looks at the surprising number of updates and new features.
21 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Oct 10

How to Use Responsive Web Design to Support Old Browsers

Is it really possible to support IE6, IE7, IE8 and any other legacy browser without wasting time on testing, debugging and hacks? Craig's simple solution could be the one you need...
47 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Oct 08

Is Internet Explorer Development Really a Waste of Time?

Can you dictate which browsers should and shouldn't be used? Or should your site be device agnostic and work regardless? Craig re-opens the old debate.
5 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Craig Buckler, Oct 03

How to Modify the Browser History in Complex HTML5 and JavaScript Applications

Craig's latest tutorial explains how the browser's back and next button could affect your web application and the new HTML5 techniques which solve the issue.
26 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Oct 01

Browser Trends October 2012: the Calm Before the Storm?

Craig takes another look at the desktop and mobile browser usage charts. Has Chrome reached saturation point? Can IE10 reverse Microsoft's downward trend?
47 COMMENTs
Programming
Mandy Barrington, Sep 25

How to Stop Wasting Time Developing for Internet Explorer

HTML & CSS
Vishal Biyani, Dec 14

CloudSpring: Understanding Google App Engine (GAE) Java API Part 2: Setup and Introduction

In the first part of this series , we went through the basic environment GAE offers the developer. You must be excited to get yourself into coding your first application and seeing it live! Setting up the IDE for GAE development is a fairly simple task: simply install the GAE plugin in Eclipse version of your choice and you are good to start development on GAE. But before we actually get into APIs and services GAE can offer, let’s understand the application structure and configuration which affects how your application will work in runtime.
Entrepreneur
Dave Kennedy, Dec 05

RubySource: Rack for Middlewares

In the previous article we thinly disguised a Rack tutorial as a comparison of PHP and Ruby. The aim of the article was to point out that most PHP developers start out on a pretty well thought out learning trail. We head to “hello world”, breeze by some basic HTML interlaced with PHP, ascend to separating views and business logic then end up at using a suitable community driven framework. However, when it comes to learning Ruby we forget all that, grab Rails and start learning
HTML & CSS
Vishal Biyani, Nov 21

Understanding Google App Engine (GAE) Java API Part 1: Landscape Overview

Writing apps in your favorite language on the web is fun and rewarding for developers — and can be a good value proposition for small businesses and start ups. This is easily possible with Google App Engine (GAE), with Java as the language of development. It’s very important to know the landscape within which you can build your application using emerging GAE, and to understand the limitations of an evolving product. Sandboxed Runtime Environment for Java Applications in Google run on Java 6 JVM, and the SDK supports Java 5 or later.
58 COMMENTs
Programming
Alex Walker, Mar 20

How to Break Up with Firefox

Confession time: Somewhere down the back of my T-shirt drawer there's a black tee with a red dinosaur and the word Mozilla in blocky soviet-industrial type. It's from a time when Firefox was young and easy and free, and we were in love. Ah, Firefox. Whatever happened to us?
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