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Friday Links #140

Programming A simple fast configuration-less rolling file appender - .NET Development JetBrains .NET Tools Blog » Blog Archive » CSS Support in ReSharper 6 Closure Versus Prototypal Pattern Deathmatch - A Minute With Brendan Amplify...

Friday Links #139

Programming New JavaScript library for OData and beyond - WCF Data Services Team Blog http://ajax.aspnetcdn.com/ajax/jQuery/jquery-1.5-vsdoc.js Badass JavaScript - LimeJS: A New HTML5 Game Engine Mindscape Blog » Blog Archive » Free Silverlight controls – yes,...

Flex Jam with Adobe Evangelist James Ward

There’s still time to register for the Flex Jam with Adobe Evangelist James Ward. I’m going and it’s going to be a great learning opportunity. You’ll be a better developer whether your focus is Adobe...

Set the Expires header on static content to increase web site performance

Yahoo and Google recommend setting the Expires header of a web site’s static content (i.e. images) to some distant future date. This makes those components cacheable. It also avoids unnecessary HTTP requests on subsequent page...

Friday Links #138

Programming AngularJS – Anyone using this? Looks interesting Thingiview.js – JavaScript 3D Model Viewer, Client Side Ajax Examples Proxy Tutorial – JavaScript Dynamic Proxies, new in ECMAScript Harmony [Equal Height Blocks in Rows | CSS-Tricks](http://css-tricks.com/equal-height-blocks-in-rows/)...

Force jQuery 1.5 to always allow cross-site scripting

jQuery 1.5 has just been released and there’s lots of new goodness. Perhaps the most significant change is the new pluggable Ajax module. However, when I added jQuery 1.5 to my tweetz sidebar gadget, it...

Tweetz 3.1–Beta 4

jQuery 1.5 was just released and I’d like to get some testing with it to see how it goes. I did find one bug in the cross domain support in jQuery that I had to...

My Favorite Chrome Extensions

If you’re not using Google’s Chrome browser, you might want to try it. Fast, minimal interface and compatible with the latest Web technologies (i.e. HTML5), it’s my favorite browser. Chrome also supports extensions. While not...

Friday Links #137

Programming Three Tricks For Capturing Command Line Output - Scott Forsyth’s Blog Getting Started with NuGet Packages step by step overview.:DotNetJalps About - App Inventor for Android Applications Desktop notifications for emails and chat messages...

Tweetz 3.1–Beta 3

We’re inching closer to the next release. Current fixes include: An internal error that could cause tweets to be dropped. Don’t know if it ever happened but the logic suggested it could. Slowness: This one...
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