Learn some of the Symantec Changes in HTML5.
With so many browsers available today, it seems a bit overwhelming with the amount of choices. Well I am here to tell you that you don’t need to keep picking anymore. The definitive social browser experience is here. RockMelt is a chromium based browser which melds Facebook, social networking with Google searching and a webkit based browser experience all into one awesome package. Oh, and it’s for your Iphone too! Grab it on the App Store.
Just released a new version of RockMelt (v0.9.58.471) that lets you customize your Facebook.com experience to display Friend Requests, Messages, Notifications, and chat lists.
Extending the CMS
The majority of content management systems have increasing extendability, meaning you can enhance the original functionality already native to the system even further to match your online solution. This is usually achieved through the use of three concepts: plugins, modules and API’s. What they mean and do slightly vary from system to system but overall:
Can be used to add all kinds of functionality to a CMS, from post to twitter plugins, to content creation kits the possibilities are endless to the amount of them you can download and install into your CMS’s.
Usually extend the core functionality of the CMS to help achieve a specific goal but not required for all projects. For Example, site-wide searching, forums or e-commerce functionality could be separated into individual modules which could be installed as required. Usually CMS providers use this approach and offer first-party modules that integrate perfectly into the system. Third-party modules are also an option as well usually.
API’s (Application Programming Interfaces)
Enable you to access the data of a service you require to create …
Goodbye feed readers
Just got the Readability plugin for anyone who uses the Readability.com service. Readability turns any web page into a comfortable reading view right in your web browser. Readability makes it simple to save your favorite articles for reading later.
Here’s how it works: every time you use Readability on a particular article, a portion of your subscription fees go right to the content creators. You get a fantastic reading experience. Publishers and writers get compensated for the content you enjoy. Everyone reads happily ever after.
70% of all membership fees go directly to the publishers and content creators in your reading list. 30% of all membership fees go to improving Readability’s growing set of tools and services for readers.