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JSL – a New JavaScript Library

By • Jul 20th, 2008

Yesterday, I published a new JavaScript Library – JSL. It borrows many ideas from the famous jQuery library. Download Packed Version – 13 KB Source – 38 KB Features The Standard Stuff… CSS DOM Selectors Ajax Functions Event Handling is abstracted Ability to change style of an element. Extendable by Plugins Supports all Modern Browsers […]

New Version of URL Lister Firefox Add-on

By • Jun 30th, 2008

Following the release of Firefox 3, I have updated my URL Lister firefox Add-on. Now it works in Firefox 3 – and I have added a new feature. For those unfamiliar with URL Lister, its a firefox add-on that shows the URLs of all the open tabs in a textarea so that it can be […]

Firefox 3 – World Record and Downed Servers

By • Jun 17th, 2008

As many others from around the web, I too am waiting for the latest iteration of the Firefox browser – Firefox 3. And again, like many others, I too am participating in the World Record attempt. Unfortunately, even though the release time is upon us, I cannot download the software – because their server is […]

Hello Script For JavaScript

By • May 22nd, 2008

The next language to get the Hello Script treatment is JavaScript – my favorite language. Before we go any further, here is the definitions for Hello Script and JavaScript – just to make sure that we are on the same page… Hello Script ‘Hello Script’ is a file that contains the most commonly used elements […]

URL Lister – My First Firefox Plugin

By • May 7th, 2008

I just released my first firefox plugin – URL Lister. It shows the URLs of all the open tabs in a textarea so that they can be copied easily. Download/Install Install URL Lister If you have installed it, consider rating it or reviewing it at Firefox plugins sandbox. Go to the public page for URL […]

Between Web Application and Desktop Applications

By • Aug 26th, 2007

There is a distinct line between web application and desktop applications. But over the last few years, this line is becoming thinner. Due to faster internet connection and technologies like ajax, web applications are becoming much faster and more responsive. And, if you have a local web server installed, a ‘web’ application can become desktop […]