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Nexty Updates

By • Aug 22nd, 2007

I made some more updates to nexty. Still not packaged – give me a little more time. In the meantime, try out the demo… There is one really cool feature in this release – but it is for Linux Users only. I made a command line script that integrates with Nexty – you can add […]



Demo for Nexty 1.01.A Uploaded

By • Aug 16th, 2007

I uploaded the demo for the new beta version of Nexty today. The code is too ‘beta’ to be packaged and released – so I am just uploaded the demo. If the bugs are found and fixed soon, I will release the code into the wild. If you cannot wait for the code, it is […]



Choosing a License

By • Aug 10th, 2007

As you may know, I publish a lot of code for others to use. Often I forget to specify a license for the code – and I get a few comment asking me what license it is under. So I have created a license page for both Bin-Co and OpenJS. I hate restricting use of […]



Nexty 2 will use PHP 5

By • Aug 4th, 2007

The next version of nexty is coming out very soon – and unlike the last version, Nexty 2 will require PHP 5. The main reason behind this change is GoPHP5. Go PHP 5 is a movement to promote the use of PHP5 in hosting servers and for projects. Another reason for this decision is that […]



Keyboard Shortcuts JavaScript Library

By • Jul 21st, 2007

I have created the second version of the JavaScript Shortcut Library. It is one of my more popular scripts. This script eases the work involved in making shortcuts in JavaScript. Despite the many JavaScript libraries that are available today, I cannot find one that makes it easy to add keyboard shortcuts(or accelerators) to your javascript […]



Web Installer: The Code

By • Jul 11th, 2007

The last two posts on web installer did not include any code. I wanted to dump all code into one post – this is it. Please note that this is what I did – you don’t have to copy my code as it is. Just look at the code and modify it according to your […]



3 Simple Steps to create a Web Installer

By • Jul 6th, 2007

Creating a web installer is not hard – as a matter of fact – it is downright easy. You just have to know a few things. Get the database details, create the database, save the details. That’s it! Getting Database Details A simple four field form will suffice. The important thing to remember is that […]



Web Application Installer

By • Jul 1st, 2007

Almost all distributed web applications has an installer – it makes installation process easier for the end user. I will try to outline some of the most important things to look out for when creating an installer. Examples of Web Installers WordPress Joomla Nexty I have created an installer for Nexty – I used the […]



Success/Error Design Pattern For Ajax

By • Jun 22nd, 2007

‘Success/Error’ design pattern for Ajax requests is a JSON encoded string in a specific format – each response has a minimum of two elements in it – ie ‘success’ and ‘error’ – like this… { “success”:”Task done successfully”, “error”:false } OR { “success”:false, “error”:”Database Connection Error!” } This method is used extensivly in Nexty. Almost […]



CSS Templating System

By • Jun 11th, 2007

In Nexty I used CSS to create a inexpensive templating system. You can see it in action in the settings page of Nexty. Currently I use it only for changing the icon sets. But you can change the colors and the layout using this system. Before starting, I must say that CSS is not the […]