links for 2005-12-15

  • Digg is a technology news website that employs non-hierarchical editorial control. With digg, users submit stories for review, but rather than allowing an editor to decide which stories go on the homepage, the users do
  • Quanti visitatori arrivano nel nostro negozio dopo aver visitato il nostro sito?
    Un’azienda s’è posta questa domanda nell’ambito di un progetto di ristrutturazione del proprio sito.

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  • phpPatterns has three goals.
    Raising awareness and bringing PHP to the Enterprise
    Creating understanding of PHP‘s Advanced Capabilities (such as Object Oriented Development)
    Applying Software Design Patterns to PHP.
    (tags: php wiki)
  • 15 months after the first public release, Rails has arrived at the big 1.0. What a journey! We’ve gone through thousands of revisions, tickets, and patches from hundreds of contributors to get here. I’m incredibly proud at the core committer team, the
    (tags: rail ruby)
  • We keep repeating the same document.createElement and setAttribute lines over and over. Wouldn’t it be more efficient to create those once when initialising our script and then cloning them?
    (tags: dom javascript)
  • Opera 9, also known as Merlin, will have support for opacity. Considering that most browsers already had this functionality we are bit late, but better late than never… opacity is drafted in the CSS3 Color Module.
    (tags: css opera)
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