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Adobe Abandons Flash!
Okay Adobe only abandons Flash on Mobile OS – iOS, Android and Playbook. Adobe will continue to develop Flash onRead more.
Sencha HTML5 Animator
Because of its HTML5 output, Ye Editor has been following Adobe’s HTML5 Animation tool, Edge, with two looks at the evolving previewRead more.
Newest Browsers HTML5 Benchmarks
There has been an almost complete new set of browsers released in the last two months from all the majorRead more.
Adobe’s new Muse: Website Code Generation
Adobe has been given a death notice by Steve Jobs – improve or die with a little help from Cupertino. AdobeRead more.
HTML5 Developer Tool: Adobe Edge
Adobe Edge HTML5 Animation Tool Adobe has just made two significant announcements this week on its support for HTML5. First,Read more.
The OS Mess
The primary reason ye Editor is NOT an admirer of Apple and Steve Jobs is his relentless drive to establishRead more.
Switching to Chrome Browser from Firefox
The strip above tells a good part of the reason this Web Developer is switching. First important note, ye EditorRead more.
Steve Jobs Post-PC Era:The Computing Divides
Steve Jobs in his announcement of the Apple iPad 2 emphasized that client computing has reached a Post-PC era. In fact, Jobs citedRead more.
Technical Story: Best Chart of US Federal Budget
The NYTimes has done it again- produced the best online graphic of the US Budget available anywhere. And the TimesRead more.
The Beastly Browser Market
Depending on who is doing the counting Microsoft’s IE Browser is starting to drop below 50% market share for allRead more.
HTML5 Up and Running
This review is doing double duty. It evaluates the book HTML5: Up and Running by Mark Pilgrim from the O’ReillyRead more.
Client Software Development – 3 Added Degrees of Complexity
There is no doubt that the classic Computing World is fragmenting. No more the Wintel monopoly as it is losingRead more.
Sample of HTML5, jQuery, and CMS
The Levolor.ca Natural Woven Blinds page is an example of HTML5 with jQuery in the wild. If you click onRead more.
IE9 Tests Windows XP Users Loyalty:Update
Microsoft is certainly putting the Windows faithful to another testing. Vista was an excruciating trial; but now this . MoreRead more.
IE9: Such a Disappointment
IEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE9, what a disappointment! It would not be so bad if Microsoft had managed expectations better. But the ACID3 scoresRead more.
HTML5: Implementation Status – Summer 2010
As one peers more closely at HTML5 standards and developments, three conclusions come to the forefront: 1)The revisions in HTML5Read more.
HTML5: Canvas Demo
The following is a demo of the HTML5 <canvas> tag in operation: If you cannot see this nifty demo tryRead more.
HTML5: Web SQL Database
SQLite is one of the most popular databases that you may not know about. It is used in every Firefox,Read more.
Exploring HTML5: Aside, Header, Footer, Section Tags
Following Steve Jobs hints, Keep an Open Eye has invested a lot more time in HTML5. Here is a curiousRead more.
Java + LAMP Hosting:Stallmanned
I just finished an all day seminar on BIRT the partially Open Source report writing package available from Actuate. BIRTRead more.
WordPress is Best Overall CMS of 2009
Okay, I will admit a bias toward WordPress because I have been using it on 5 of my own blogsRead more.
PostgreSQL: Signs of Maturity
Over the past few years, PostgreSQL has caught my attention for spatial processing features, suggestions of enterprise level performance plusRead more.
“Most IT pros not planning on Windows 7 rollout”
“Most IT pros not planning on Windows 7 rollout” is the headline of an article at the IT scoop site,Read more.
Google Chrome OS: Pivotal Player
Google will have not one but two OS available for Netbooks and PCs by this time next year. Google AndroidRead more.
IBM Stream Computing
Just two weeks ago, our report on Semi-Structured data processing had a major gap – no real IBM presence. TrueRead more.
Semi-Structured Data; Some New Servers
The big trend in database is the effort to XML-ize Semi- structured data. This is like a big SOAP projectRead more.
Oracle:Left Coast Big Blue
I thought of titling this posting as “Sam P. ? Is that a Sunny Yolk on You?” – but IRead more.
Sun Shines on IBM
The Sun shines on IBM if Armonk decides to go ahead with the rumored purchase of Sun Microsystems because SunRead more.
RazorSQL – A Missed Opportunity
RazorSQL is an example of an opportunity missed. This is a general database query, display and editing program that runsRead more.
Cloud Computing Drivers: AJAX Frameworks
Web Goes the Way of SQL
On theOpenSourcery.com, I have been doing a revamped series of reviews and tutorials on CSS. One of the facts thatRead more.
7 Dimensions of Information
Information is multi-dimensional and dynamic which in turn makes IT difficult to manage well over time. Here are some ofRead more.