Menu

Use Chrome like a pro (Now for Mac!)

September 30th, 2010

(Cross posted on Official Google Mac Blog.) Two months ago, Chrome team members shared a list of their favorite extensions on the Official Google Blog. This time around, we asked Mac aficionados on the Chrome team to share with us the extensions they like the most. Below is a list of their favorite extensions. Google…

IE9’s faster, more capable Compatibility View List

September 29th, 2010

We have talked about our goal with IE9 to run the same standards-based markup as other browsers by default. It is also our goal for IE9 to successfully run the Web that you browse today. For sites that are designed to run in older versions of IE, IE9 includes support for compatible document modes and…

VoiceBox Community Install Profile – Initial Release Available For Download

September 29th, 2010

FunnyMonkey is pleased to announce the release of VoiceBox, a community discussion and aggregation platform. Using VoiceBox, an organization can set up a site that allows people to create profiles, start discussions, upload content from mobile phones, comment on one another’s posts, share content to other social media platforms, and follow incoming news feeds. The…

How We Evaluate the Experiences We Engineer

September 29th, 2010

How do you know when an experience is ready for consumers? This is something we ask ourselves all the time. In this post, we’ll cover how we set our experience goals for IE9 and how we measured (and continue to measure) our progress toward these goals throughout the development cycle. We set experience goals for…

New Book: Drupal 6 Panels Cookbook

September 28th, 2010

Drupal 6 Panels Cookbook, by Bhavin (Vin) Patel, a newly-published title from Packt Publishing, is a collection of simple useful recipes that gives a very clear understanding from the basics of Panels to complex implementations to generate Web 2.0 layouts. It begins with the basics and gradually delves deeper into the complexities of Panels. You…

User Experiences: Quieter Notifications

September 28th, 2010

Today, there are various ways in which the browser communicates with you to help provide a safe and reliable browsing experience. IE9 emphasizes site content, to keep your focus on the site, with a quiet and consistent way for the browser to communicate with you. This builds on the work done in Windows 7 to…

Haven’t you heard Stability is the word!!

September 27th, 2010

It is getting colder and the mornings are dark here in Oslo. Fall is definitely here. (At least the fall TV premiers are lined up one after another in the TV guide.) The highlights in this snapshot include: Frequent “premature shutdowns” fixed On demand plug-ins option now in the Preference dialog WARNING: This is a…

Case Study – Annenberg Social News Platform

September 23rd, 2010

The fast-changing world of modern journalism demands an innovative new web publishing platform that can push the boundaries of news reporting on the Internet. Using Drupal, the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism at the University of Southern California (USC) has built the Annenberg Social News Platform (ASNP), designed specifically for the news publishing needs…

Google Chrome Extensions at School: Get more done!

September 23rd, 2010

Over the last two weeks on the Official Google for Students blog, we have been highlighting extensions that help students stay connected with friends or research and write papers. For the last post in the Google Chrome Extensions at School series, we will showcase extensions that can help you stay on task and make the…

Csaba Osztrogonac is now a WebKit reviewer!

September 22nd, 2010

Csaba Osztrogonac (known as Ossy on IRC) is one of the more active QtWebKit contributors. Over the past one and a half year he’s been working in many areas, in both port specific and cross-platform code. His contributions include (but are not limited to) compilers and JIT issues, tools for code generation and build system…

Page 1 of 612345...Last »