What I learned from Nexty

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Remember Nexty? Recently I was able to make the 1.0 version. Currently I am planning for the second version. But before starting on that I want to document the different things I learned when creating Nexty. These are a list of things you can expect on this series…

Client Side

  • CSS
    • Icons
    • Theming using CSS
  • JavaScript
    • Ajax – Success/Failure Pattern

Server Side

  • Installer
  • Framework
  • API
  • Distributed Apps

Before starting, a small notice – I will include links to Nexty’s internal pages in this series. Most of these pages are behind a login. So I would advice that you get an account in Nexty and login into it using the ‘Remember Me’ option enabled. This would make sure that you have the most seamless experience.

2 Comments

  1. You wrote ‘Clint’ in your site. A type, I presume 🙂

    I have a question. Perhaps you would be able to help me out.

    I am using PHP 4 with Apache 2.0.59. On one page, I have a link to a pdf file. I want that when visitor click on this link, the pdf opens up in a new browser window. I want to control the display of that window. For example, that the windows has no toolbars or menu bars

    How could I do that?

    regards,

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