Ever felt that whatever you do, it doesn’t matter? No one notices your work, knows what you do or even knows your name. Then, my friend, you’re a stealth coder.
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Maybe I’m just writing this because I’ve been feeling a bit low lately, but I do wonder if there’s any idea that I put any more time into DOMAssistant.
Ever had the problems with width set in percentage, and every web browser seem to treat it differently? Elements falling down in IE, ruining your layout? I sure have, and John Resig explains how it really works.
There’s a fire spreading over the Internet right now, and it’s about the new Microsoft idea with version targeting in their new IE 8 web browser.
We all know that Internet Explorer hasn’t been the best of the bunch rendering CSS properly, and while IE 7 got better, it’s far from perfect. I have an example here where I can’t make links (appear) clickable, no matter what.
*SPOILER ALERT*. If you haven’t seen till episode 9 of season 3 of Prison Break, please don’t read this; it’ll spoil your fun.
Most of you know about Twitter, right? Basically, it’s a service where you write, within a sentence or two, what your doing at the moment, and then share it with the world.
How may projects have you been in when it didn’t turn out as expected? Or rather, how many projects have indeed delivered what everyone really wanted?
I’ve had some people worrying about the GPL license I’ve used for DOMAssistant, and it being too strict so they can’t use it in their commercial project.
Therefore, DOMAssistant has now changed to a MIT License, which basically means you can pretty much do anything with it! 🙂
I just released DOMAssistant 2.5.5 yesterday, but with the feedback given, some tweaks had to be made to the new AJAX module
post method. Instead of updating the same version multiple times, which is wrong, I’ve new made a new minor release where the issues have been taken care of.
Updated January 14th
Just as mentioned by chenghong, I made a mistake and stripped the URL in AJAX GET requests as well. Something I knew, but that’s what I get for preaching about assertions but not applying it properly to my own code. I guess my intuition took overhand for a while. 😉
Anyway, I’ve released a 2.5.7 version of DOMAssistant now (available for download) where everything should be sorted. If you’re using the 2.5.5 or 2.5.6 version, everything should be working fine but the AJAX module’s
post methods, but please update to make sure you have the latest working version.
I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this might cause you.
Swedish weather tracking company SMHI has released the measured hours of sunlight during December for different parts of Sweden.
I have just released DOMAssistant 2.5.5, which contains some very useful features and improvements, and a CSS selector bug fix.
A study shows how we can live 14 years longer just by changing our habits.
I thought I’d take the time to publish some short reflections on what has happened lately.
Totally narcissistic, but looking through the pictures from 2007, I found two of my favorites depicting me.