Posts tagged with "HTML"
Saturday, October 26, 2013 1:05:12 PM
After i had some problems with Netbeans 7.3.1 (one day it didn't start anymore) i switched to Netbeans 7.4 RC1. Now the final version out. What to say about this release? I love it!
. A video overview about Netbeans 7.4
is available too.
Netbeans works great with Java 7 which can easily installed via the Java 7 PPA from Webupd8
You can extend Netbeans with a great bunch of addons
. I really like the Netbeans Java Ayatana addon
for a seamless integration into the Ubuntu Desktop.
The only thing i really miss is support for Python.
Sunday, June 17, 2012 4:57:49 PM
A week ago the TYPO3 Camp Berlin took place. I hold 4 talks about HTML5 & CSS3, mobile development, Netbeans and how to write content for online piublishing:http://www.systeme.familie-redlich.de/typo3-camp-berlin.html
Saturday, March 3, 2012 3:15:23 PM
This week the IDE Netbeans 7.1.1
was released with over 120 bug fixes. Now Netbeans runs really smooth! I read interesting posts (checkout the Netbeans blog
)about the upcoming version 7.2 - wow great stuff at all! It seems Netbeans is the IDE i ever missed.
At the same time the TypoScript plugin
(TypoScript is the language of CMS TYPO3
), we develop
together with Daniel Franek, released as a new 1.3.1 version too.
Sunday, January 22, 2012 8:16:10 PM
A very long time i was friend of editors in special PSPad
(Windows) and Gedit
(Gnome). I never was a friend of Eclipse based IDEs like Aptana
After checking out Zend Studio and Phpstorm too now i'm using Netbeans 7.1
and like it much. The GUI is more space efficent then Eclipse and it has everything we need at work
: HTML5 & CSS3 support (incl. vendor prefixes), Zend Framework, a TYPO3/ TypoScript plugin
, Zen coding, and GIT build in for version control.
I'm very happy with it and there are so much amazing plugins to customize it to my needs!
Sunday, October 18, 2009 7:23:15 PM
While it seem that the BlueGriffon
WYSIWYG Webeditor project is dead, the Kompozer
project is still alive and kicking. After the 4th alpha
, now a first beta of Kompozer 0.8 is availabe for download
. New in 0.8 beta are:
* FTP support
* Syntax highlighting in split view
* Ability to edit text files
* Better PHP support on GNU/Linux
* New icon UUID
A lot of localisations for Kompozer 0.8
are available too. UPDATE
The 0.8 beta of Kompozer is available as a deb package on GetDeb.net
Tuesday, July 28, 2009 8:41:25 PM
A first view of possible interface changes of Firefox 4 are available. May they look very simliar to Safari 4 and Opera 10 but i really like these first steps:
I do not know why they choose the ugly Vista screen first but may there is the userbase of the future.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009 9:06:45 PM
While there are no news updates since January of the BlueGriffon
WYSIWYG Webeditor project, the Kompozer
project is still alive and kicking. A 4th alpha (which runs pretty stable) of Kompozer 0.8 is availabe for download
. Kompozer 0.8 is focused on a new Mozilla core and the new UI displays more relevant information about the current HTML element: DOM tree, style properties, HTML code.
A lot of localisations for Kompozer 0.8
are available too. How to get Kompozer 0.8 running:
* Make sure the package "xulrunner" is installed
* Download the Kompozer 0.8 binaries for Linux
* Extract the archive as root in "/opt/kompozer"
* Now create a new starter at your Gnome main menu or panel with command:
Friday, February 20, 2009 9:16:45 PM
End of last year i wrote a post about BlueGriffon
a new WYSIWYG web editor and a successor of Kompozer and NVU.
Meanwhile the development goes on and BlueGriffon offers more CSS support
, a project manager
and a template manager
. Besides that builds for Ubuntu are available
Thursday, February 19, 2009 7:22:36 PM
"Internet Explorer 6 will be SEVEN years old on August 27th. It came out a few weeks before the Twin Towers fell. It came out before the Nintendo GameCube. It came out before the first iPod." Dave Auayan is right with his initiative "IE Death March"
. Enough is enough! Please stop using Internet Explorer 6! May update to Internet Explorer 7
or use alternatives like Firefox
Sunday, November 23, 2008 7:05:11 PM
After end of August Microsoft barely offers the secound beta of the Internet Explorer 8
now they answered to the question about "What’s After Beta 2
". The answer is "We will release one more public update of IE8 in the first quarter of 2009". Wow thats really slow! I believe at this time we will have Firefox 3.1
, Opera 9.7 (may with a better GUI
) and a much improved Webkit/ Safari
(and IE 8 is just another beta or RC).
What will be available when IE 8 reaching the final state?
Sunday, November 23, 2008 5:16:40 PM
A while NVU
and the unofficial further development branch Kompozer
seems to be the only real WYSIWYG web editors on Linux. With BlueGriffon
the company Disruptive Innovations
(a W3C member too) brings fresh blood into this area. Disruptive Innovations are the developers of the older NVU too. Against the older WYSIWYG web editors BlueGriffon is based on Firefox. At the moment it is only available via SVN
or as nightly for Windows
Monday, November 3, 2008 9:40:47 PM
too. The bad thing about this method is that you can't select and copy text in a easy way
Myslef dreaming about the upcoming @font-face support
included in Firefox 3.1 (and still available in Opera or Webkit (Safari)). May M$ get it ready in IE8 too.
Tuesday, October 21, 2008 10:31:25 AM
For a customer of area42 that can't renember about a password for an old server that shut turned off i have to grab the old website as an backup. I renembered in earlier days on Windows i used WinHTTrack and i renembered too that HTTrack
is as a commandline tool available for Linux.
So i was lloking for a GUI and get it as gHTTrack (grab a Deb package for Ubuntu here
Ok, the interface of gHTTrack isn't quite nice but it did its job well
You can try the web-based WebHTTrack frontend too. It seems the Spiderzilla
addon for Firefox is dead
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:35:00 PM
For me one of the best features of the upcoming Firefox 3.1 is the support for @font-face. This will bring real typos into the web and let web designers create more cool sites. So now we have @font-face support in Webkit
(Firefox) and Opera. That's great!
All about the new features of Firefox 3.1 can be found at the Mozilla Developer Center
Thursday, September 4, 2008 9:34:50 AM
Ok you notice the difference between 17866ms of the IE 7 and 1209 of Google Chrome, but can you notice the difference of 200ms? In fact that Google collects so many data, i didn't like the vision that Google collect any step i make at the web.
Friday, August 1, 2008 2:03:55 PM
After posting a little sneak peak of CSSdev, now i uploaded the final. If you using Gimp 2.5.x you will love this release:
* Now text layers will be exported with additional css styles and it's content
(Gimp 2.5.x is required)
* Layer could now automaticly coped to their content on export
* all changes of CSSdev during the export are grouped to on und step
* Added support for Redhat's Liberation Fonts Read more...
Friday, July 25, 2008 7:49:53 PM
is, besides Web Developer
, one of the best extensions for web development on Firefox
. A week ago Firebug raised from the death and this week another beta update of the 1.2 brunch shipped. A lot of potentials developers formed now the Firebug Working Group
. They got a new member too: Azer Koçulu.
. He startet now bringing Firebug to The Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera. This port called Firebug Lite
and is now available for download.
Wednesday, July 9, 2008 9:26:16 AM
The Smashing Magazine wrotes two interesting articles about Web Form Design Patterns:Sign-Up Forms Part 1Sign-Up Forms Part 2
There is an older article about creative web forms design
Saturday, July 5, 2008 9:31:59 PM
I updated my Linux-Mac-Windows CSS font matching list to support Redhat's Liberation fonts
. Now i have to add this to CSSdev for Gimp
Thursday, July 3, 2008 7:24:05 PM
a premier open-source platform for rich internet applications is released as version 4.1. This version brings new features like:
* full support for DHTML/Ajax
* Preliminary support for SWF9 is included
* Over 800 bug fixes
* Significantly improved documentation suite
More about this release can be found in the release announcement of the Open Laszlo Blog
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