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From O'Reilly Network, Extending the Mozilla Editor [Jun. 30, 2000]


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Anchor for this item  posted Monday, May 26, 2003 at 11:35 AM MST

"Zen and the art of computer crashes!" ... ohh, if life were always so nice!
Yesterday it worked
Today it is not working
Windows is like that.


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Anchor for this item  posted Sunday, May 25, 2003 at 8:40 PM MST

Boxes and Arrows: Views and Forms: Principles of Task Flow for Web Applications Part 1 - Some pleasantly lucid prose here, viz.:
"[B]ecause the client-server architecture of a web application dictates a serial conversation, these types of operations not only require a broader vocabulary; they also require a separate mode.
Although rich-media applications technologies strive to reduce the division between these modes, when it comes to HTML-based applications, the best strategy is to embrace the nature of the medium."
Also of interest: ::phpPatterns()


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PHP Manual: COM support functions for Windows
Also see Using PHP to read/write to excel or same type of files. [forums.devshed.com]


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"dfm2gui is a Perl program that converts Delphi/C++Builder Forms to Win32::GUI templates." *!OMG!*
See also: Spreadsheet::WriteExcel , Perl and Excel Faq
Also of note: "FPDF is a PHP class which allows to generate PDF files with straight PHP, that is to say without using the PDFlib library."


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Fans of hfx_ben's journal, past and present | http://marnanel.org/joule?user=hfx_ben&mode=graph lj user=/~ashantae/


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From BusinessWeek Online, a flashback to 1998: "Inside Netscape"


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O'Reilly Network: Remote Application Development with Mozilla, Part 2 [May. 02, 2003]
A nice set of Web Design Links


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