TACS, the free OptimalWorks Templating and Caching System for PHP has been updated to version 1.3.1.
BetterInnerHTML v1.2, the innerHTML alternative, has been released. This version now allows multiple inline event handlers to be defined for any HTML tag.
A hands-on review of WordPress 2.7. Does it match earlier versions for ease of installation and use? Are there any essential new features? Are there any problems?
Several major companies, including Google, Adobe, and Mozilla have been actively developing technologies that allow web applications to work when you’re not connected to the internet. Great stuff. Or is it? I initially thought so and was excited by the prospect, but I’m not so sure now…
Firefox 3 is released today at 6pm UK time. The browser is better than ever.
WordPress 2.5 has been released with a big fanfare. The whole system has been overhauled – especially the interface. But is it worth the hassle of upgrading? Are there any ground-breaking new features? Should you use it?