Posts Tagged ‘web’


Prism – MDC

In Links on 2010-03-17 by Kyle Maxwell Tagged: , , ,

Prism is based on a concept called Site-Specific Browsers (SSB). An SSB is designed to work exclusively with a single web application. It doesn’t have the menus, toolbars and other accoutrements of a traditional web browser.

I think this will let me have several simultaneous logins to the same site (e.g. Twitter or Gmail).


In Uncategorized on 2010-03-17 by Kyle Maxwell Tagged: , ,

Check out this website I found at

Awesome idea for a minimalist start page without actually using “about:blank”.


11 Outstanding Online Resources for Web Developers

In Uncategorized on 2010-02-03 by Kyle Maxwell Tagged: , ,

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If you’re a web developer, you’re almost certainly constantly looking for ways to improve your skills, expand your technology arsenal, and keep on top of the latest trends in development and design. Whether you need to pick up a new coding language, get informed about new standards, brush up on best practices, or simply get inspired by great examples from your peers, we’ve collated a number of great resources to help you stay at the top of your game.

Have a look at some of the online repositories for great development information and inspiration below, and be sure to tell us about any other trusted sources we haven’t included in the list that other developers should check out.

More web developer resources from Mashable:

7 Useful Tools for Web Development Testing
A Guide to Mobile Web Design Tips and Tricks
An Inside Look at 4 Developer Ecosystems
20 Developers to Follow on Twitter
Top 18 Social Media Resources for Developers

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, a_Taiga

Good timing, I was just thinking yesterday about my need to learn more CSS.