PHP with Apple's Developer Tools
Publish Date: Nov. 27, 2002
Apple's OS X developer tools were originally developed by NeXT for programmers working with Obj-C, but have since evolved for use with a wide range of languages. At the heart of these tools is an IDE called Project Builder, which is also useful for working with PHP, as this article examines.
CSS Hints for Internet Explorer 5
Publish Date: Nov. 15, 2002
Although widely acknowledged to have great CSS support, Internet Explorer 5 on the Mac also has several CSS issues. This article will familiarize you with the three general categories of CSS pitfalls in IE 5.
XML Transformations with CSS and DOM
Publish Date: Oct. 15, 2002
Web Services with AppleScript and Perl
Publish Date: Sep. 24, 2002
You can't create a SOAP Web service with AppleScript, but you can have it act as a SOAP Web client and use Perl to create the service. So it becomes a simple matter of passing structured data between Perl and AppleScript. Randal Schwartz explains how to enable Web services with these two scripting languages.
Using the Mozilla SOAP API
Publish Date: Aug. 30, 2002
With the release of Mozilla 1.0, the world now has a browser that supports SOAP natively. No longer do the tasks of assembling, executing, and handling SOAP operations fall solely on the server side. This article shows you how Web applications running in Mozilla can now make SOAP calls directly from the client without requiring a browser refresh or additional calls to the server.
Publish Date: May. 24, 2002
With DHTML you can animate both text and images allowing objects to move throughout the browser window instead of being anchored in one spot. Unfortunately, DHTML can be tricky because of differences between browsers. In this article you'll learn how to overcome this and animate text and images for even performance across most browsers.
Introduction to CSS Layout
Publish Date: Mar. 1, 2002
A hands-on look at why CSS is, in many ways, preferable to using tables for layout. Eric Costello then shows you a few CSS layout techniques using a complete re-coding of the Apple Internet Developer home page as an example.
A Primer for Accessible Web Pages
Publish Date: Nov. 30, 2001
A look at the history of Section 508, which enforces accessibility for government web sites, followed by a discussion about how to prepare pages for those who cannot effectively use a graphical user interface.
Publish Date: Oct. 23, 2001
In Part three of thisthree-part series, Danny Goodman explains why object detection is often preferable to browser sniffing. The article includes a number of suggestions for implementing this process as well.
Supporting Three Event Models at Once
Publish Date: Sep. 25, 2001
In this second article of his ongoing series, Danny Goodman shows us why and how to support three event models: Netscape 4, IE 4 and later for Macintosh and Windows (IE4+), and the W3C DOM, as implemented in Netscape 6.
Dynamic Content with DOM-2 (Part II of II)
Publish Date: Sep. 7, 2001
Publish Date: Aug. 28, 2001
The DOCTYPE element, in the head of your document, tells the browser what kind of HTML is used to describe the file. The better you match the DOCTYPE to your code, the more accurate your work will be rendered. Here's an introduction.
Dynamic Content with DOM-2 (Part I of II)
Publish Date: Aug. 17, 2001
Publish Date: Aug. 10, 2001
Working with Fonts and CSS
Publish Date: Jul. 27, 2001
Changing fonts on web pages is anything but intuitive and easy. Fortunately, CSS can help.
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