Archive for the 'JSON' Category



Yahoo! has been thriving on hacks. It’s quarterly Hack Days have given engineers the opportunity to build radical and sometimes silly alterations of existing services. Once in a while, these hacks are truly revolutionary. Enter Yahoo! Pipes. This super cool project started as a Hack and has now become an official project. How cool is […]

The standardistas were abuzz a year ago with hopeful predictions for the coming year. Visions of sugar plums dropping rounded corners, AJAX, and alpha transparent pngs danced through their heads. 2006 has been a great year for web development. Did we get what we wanted? Did we get too much of what we wanted? Further, […]

Yahoo has just unveiled their new User Interface Blog to the public. This is a great resource for those getting into advanced CSS, DOM-scripting, JSON, and AJAX applications. Why should you care? Yahoo has hired some of the leading web developers over the past couple years and their passing their wisdom to you. This is […]




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