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    Firebug (sort of) for Safari on Windows

    Published June 21st, 2007

    A colleague very kindly pointed me to the nightly downloads page for WebKit where you can download an update that gives you a Firebug-like DOM/JavaScript inspector in Safari for Windows. You need to download the .zip file and extract it to a separate directory (don’t install over your existing copy of Safari). To launch it, […]

    Download helper for Mootools

    Published June 19th, 2007

    I’ve been auditioning the Mootools Javascript framework for a couple of days now (thinking we might use it for the next revision of our CMS). It’s lightweight, fast, well-documented and well-supported. Mootools is modular, so when you download it you get to choose those components that you need and those you don’t. This is obviously […]

    Google is taking over my site…and I feel fine

    Published June 13th, 2007

    No, my blog didn’t just get bought by Google (guys, the contact form is here…I’ll take a cheque). But the big G has, bit by bit, infiltrated this site. In a good way, of course. It started with the ads. What began as an experiment a couple of years or so ago now brings in […]

    Safari finally comes to Windows

    Published June 12th, 2007

    Yep, you heard right — Safari running on Windows. So at last us web developers that are stuck with happily running a Microsoft operating system (it lists XP or Vista, but I’m reliably informed it’ll also work with 2000) can test our sites without having to scrounge time on a Mac. My first impression was […]

    More design tools for developers

    Published June 8th, 2007

    After the Ajax loading animation creator I mentioned a while back come a couple more — a shiny button creator and a striped background creator (found here).

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