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Presentation time!

Browser Point: Make HTML Presentations with Jekyll and Hyde

Often times a lot of websites require certain form of presentation to demonstrate a product or to simply get their point across. Previously, such websites have been using Flash or embedded videos for…

Hello there, Foxies

A Letter to Foxy Developers

A look at what makes Mozilla Firefox the most developer friendly browser around, and how you can get the most out of the community-developed Mozilla Firefox. Mozilla Firefox is by far the most…

Radiant CMS

Less is More: Exploring the Radiant CMS

Need to build a website or weblog? Just want a simple CMS that makes your life easier? Radiant is for you! In this article, we explore some of the unique features of Radiant…

Website development is easy using Rails plugins

Rails Plugins — Making Website Development Easy!

This article is a tutorial on how to use Rails plugins for pagination, authentication and file attachments. It is aimed at readers with a basic knowledge of Ruby on Rails programming. A plugin…

Google Maps integrated into an HTML page

Google Maps JavaScript API: Making Your Website Livelier

This article explains how to embed Google Maps in a website, using the JavaScript API for Maps. Mapping solutions can be embedded in your website to display locations of various places, provide directions,…

Talk about a slideshow

S5: A Simple Web-based Presentation System

S5 is a slideshow system for browsers that lets you run presentations like those in MS PowerPoint or OpenOffice.org Impress without a dedicated application — you just need a Javascript-capable browser, and you’re…

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