John Vey: With XSLT support fast becoming a commonly available component in the browser, web developers can now leverage transformations to manipulate large amounts of data in the browser at speeds acceptable for more advanced user interfaces.
Randy: Wow, very cool! This could improve the speed and simplify XMLHttpRequest processing (AJAX).
Today, I needed a script that would take the URL of an RSS feed as input and redirect to the homepage for the RSS feed. Here's the resulting code in C#.
<%@ Page Language="C#" %>
Here's the script in action.
Wondir: There are thousands of organizations, corporations and service providers, and millions of individuals throughout the world who want to help others by providing information, guidance and expertise. There are many people who need their help. But despite all the advances in the internet, communications and search technology, it is still far too difficult for these forces to connect. That is why we’re creating Wondir.
Andrew Wooster has been spending a bit too much time reading HTTP headers.
I'm gonna release a new beta version of R|mail sometime in the next week. Maybe tomorrow. The new URL will be http://www.kbcafe.com/rmail.aspx. I put the old interface there for now. You can subscribe and it'll add you to the new database. I'll move the old data to this new database later this month. Currently, there's no emails being sent for subscriptions on the new database, but this'll change later tonight. I'll enumerate the new features here.
Update: R|mail 2.0 is running.
I saw where this hosting service was up-selling FTP backup. WTF? Give me a good text editor and I'll backup your Website via FTP.
Alex Garrett: Learning JUnit is the easiest part of testing. Writing good tests is the hard part. This article presents some common JUnit antipatterns and shows how to resolve them.