ChromeKit is a new library for creating desktop-like UI elements in the browser. It allows you to create windows with full chrome that allow you to do all of the things you’d expect [...]
Archive for June 2010
Another week is on its way out, so it’s time to look back at some of the cool stuff you folks have been working on in the week that was.
Ext JS is now Sencha
I just played with JSonduit, and was able to make a data feed from the JSMag blog feed in about 6 minutes.
http://jsonduit.com/feedinfo.html?id=7q6 takes you to the feed info, with the ability to create a custom widget for display on a site.
With some slightly stronger authoring tools, this would allow ‘common folk’ to identify parts of [...]
Tim Caswell and TJ Holowaychuck, both of whom are members of the ExtJS team, have just released Connect: a middleware framework for NodeJS. In his blog post announcing Connect, Caswell cites Ruby’s Rack as an inspiration for the project.
A Connect server runs a set of middleware modules, each of which performs a specific action when [...]
GRAPHING WITH FLOT
Jason Gilmore introduces the Flot graphing library.
GOOD CODING PRACTICES
SECURING WEB APPLICATIONS PART II
Tom Hughes-Croucher wraps up his look [...]