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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 on
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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 preview
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Newest Browsers HTML5 Benchmarks
There has been  an almost  complete new set of browsers released  in the last two months from all the major
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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. Adobe
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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,
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The OS Mess
The primary reason ye Editor is NOT an admirer of Apple and Steve Jobs is his relentless drive to establish
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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 Editor
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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 cited
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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 Times
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The Beastly Browser Market
Depending on who is doing the counting Microsoft’s IE Browser is starting to drop below 50% market share for all
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HTML5 Up and Running
This review is doing double duty. It evaluates the book HTML5: Up and Running by Mark Pilgrim from the O’Reilly
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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 losing
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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 on
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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 . More
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IE9: Such a Disappointment
IEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE9, what a disappointment! It would not be so bad if Microsoft had managed expectations better. But the ACID3 scores
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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 HTML5
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HTML5: Canvas Demo
The following is a demo of  the HTML5 <canvas> tag in operation: If you cannot see this nifty demo try
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HTML5: Web SQL Database
SQLite is one of the most popular databases that you may not know about. It is used in every Firefox,
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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 curious
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Java + LAMP Hosting:Stallmanned
I just finished an all day seminar on BIRT the partially Open Source report writing package available from Actuate. BIRT
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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 blogs
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PostgreSQL: Signs of Maturity
Over the past few years, PostgreSQL has caught my attention for spatial processing features, suggestions of enterprise level performance plus
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“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,
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Google Chrome OS: Pivotal Player
Google will have not one but two OS available for Netbooks and PCs by this time next year. Google Android
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IBM Stream Computing
Just two weeks ago, our report on Semi-Structured data processing had a major gap – no real IBM presence. True
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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 project
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Oracle:Left Coast Big Blue
I thought of titling this posting as “Sam P. ? Is that  a Sunny Yolk on  You?”  – but I
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Sun Shines on IBM
The Sun shines on IBM if Armonk decides to go ahead with the rumored purchase of Sun Microsystems   because Sun
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RazorSQL – A Missed Opportunity
RazorSQL is an example of an opportunity missed. This is a general database query, display and editing program that runs
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Cloud Computing Drivers: AJAX Frameworks
It can be argued that  JavaScript AJAX Frameworks are leading software development right now. This is not just UI Web
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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 that
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7 Dimensions of Information
Information is multi-dimensional and dynamic which in turn makes IT difficult to manage well over time. Here are some of
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