Netcraft's webserver statistics for April show over 230 million websites for April, six million more than in March.more »
The PHP company Zend now includes an enterprise application server named Zend Server as one of its offerings.more »
Book Review: Head First Web Design Curt Shontz cracks open O'Reilly's Head First Web DesignMar 02, 2009
Great designers understand far more about building web sites than just generating markup and style rules. They know that organization, layout, color scheme, and even writing style are fundamental to creating a successful web presence. Head First Web Design treats each of these subjects and dozens of others with thoroughness and flair.more »
Firefox provider Mozilla has released a new Web development tool called Bespin. The project should not only make programming Web applications easier, but make it a collaborative effort worldwide.more »
Google has released version 126.96.36.199 of Chrome. This latest rendering comes with an updated Webkit and heralds complete support for Linux and Mac.more »
Adobe, maker of Photoshop and Flash, has released version 1.5 of its AIR platform for Linux. The software allows Web users to run so-called Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) without resorting to a browser.more »
Thunderbird Add-Ons Practical add-ons for ThunderbirdNov 30, 2008
Mozilla Thunderbird email client continues to gain ground thanks to its multitude of internal features, and add-ons help to extend its functionality.more »
Mozilla Labs has announced a new workgroup dedicated to the open Web. Ajax experts Dion Almaer and Ben Galbraith, cofounders of Ajaxian, are the driving forces.more »
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