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  1. Jeremy Keith on Ajax design considerations

    Jeremy Keith from Clearleft discusses his session at 2008’s UI13 conference called Ajax Design Considerations that Tim attended. What do UX professionals need to know about Ajax to best make use of it in websites and web applications? And why is Jeremy’s title at Clearleft currently "Lineman for the County"?

    From http://www.designcritique.net/index.php?post_id=531611

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  2. SitePoint Podcast #44: HTML5 is a (Beautiful) Mess

    Episode 44 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week, Kevin Yank (@sentience) is joined by Opera Software’s Bruce Lawson (@brucel), SitePoint author Ian Lloyd (@lloydi), and Kyle Weems (@cssquirrel), creator of the CSSquirrel web comic, to discuss the latest uproar from within the W3C HTML5 Working Group. Is progress towards the HTML5 standard at risk of derailing, or is this just par for the course in the wild, wild world of standards development?

    http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2010/01/15/podcast-44-html5-is-a-beautiful-mess/

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  3. The Dev Show 1: Awesome.new

    • Go
    • 9 Most Common IE Bugs and How to Fix Them
    • Faster Loading Through Eval()
    • Python Moratorium
    • Top Up
    • jQuery 1.4 ReleasedjQuery version 1.4 has been released!
    • jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library
    • The 14 Days of jQuery
    • jQuery 1.4 and Malformed JSON « Katz Got Your Tongue?
      • 35 Excellent Ecommerce User Interface Designs
    • Mongo DBMongoDB (from "humongous") is a scalable, high-performance, open source, schema-free, document-oriented database.
    • Home - MongoDB - 10gen Confluence
    • Obvious Hints: Benchmarking MongoDB VS. Mysql
    • How This Web Site Uses MongoDB
    • Why I think Mongo is to Databases what Rails was to Frameworks // RailsTips by John Nunemaker
      • 280 North’s Atlas goes in to beta
    • 5 Damn Easy Ways To Improve User Experience
    • Think of emails as views delivered through SMTP
    • 10 Useful Tools for Finding the Perfect Domain Name
    • Firebug 1.5.0 Released
    • Cross Site HTTP Requests in Firefox

    From: http://5by5.tv/devshow/1

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  4. What’s wrong with the iPad

    The much-anticipated iPad debuted this week, introduced by Steve Jobs as a device that will revolutionize the industry. The 1 1/2-pound slate computer will bring you books, movies, music and even word processing, all on a 9.7-inch screen. Host Liane Hansen talks with NPR’s Laura Sydell about the much-hyped device and whether it’s worth all the fuss.

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=123179179&ft=1

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  5. Real-time JavaScript with Comet

    Led by Simon Willison. The Ajax revolution has increased user expectations for web application interactivity, and resulted in a growing demand for real-time information. Comet is an umbrella term for a set of techniques that enable live updates of web pages as soon as a significant event occurs. On the server-side, a different set of technologies is needed to handle the challenges of event-driven applications.

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  6. Profiling Dynamic Web Applications with Firebug

    Do you remember how frustrating it can be trying to track down that missing semicolon or misplaced closing bracket? You probably already know this, but sometimes the difference between minutes and hours lost can be the quality of tools available to you. According to John J. Barton, if you’re programming dynamic web pages with Javascript and are using Firefox as your browser, then you definitely want Firebug in your toolbox.

    Firebug is an open source add-on that integrates with Firefox to put a wealth of web development tools at your fingertips while you browse. Using Firebug, you can edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page.

    In this short tutorial, Barton explains how to use Firebug’s JavaScript profiler to measure the performance of a web page. With performance information available, he then illustrates how to use Firebug to identify performance bottlenecks. To conclude the tutorial, Barton uses Firebug to demonstrate the performance improvements gained from the changes made using Firebug.

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