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OpenAjax requests comments on browser wishlist
The OpenAjax Alliance has been working with some of the top Ajax developers on a wishlist that aims at gathering and prioritizing the development features that we need the most from next generation browsers. The process is completely open and Wiki-based...
Getting absolute coordinates from a DOM element
For some reason, there is no standard API to get the pixel coordinates of a DOM element relative to the upper-left corner of the document. APIs only exist to get coordinates relative to the offset parent. Problem is, it's very important to get those coordinates...
How to build a cross-browser history management system
When we built the history management feature in ASP.NET Futures, we spent considerable time experimenting with the different behaviors of the main browsers out there. The problem with such a feature is that it has to rely on a number of hacks because...
Why Safari for Windows looks like a Mac application
One thing that really stands out in the Windows version of Safari is that it's exactly identical to the Mac version, almost down to the pixel level . That must have been quite a pain to achieve, and it would probably have been way easier to use the OS...
Is Safari on Windows a good thing or a bad thing?
The first thing most web developers probably thought this morning when they learned about Safari for Windows was "oh man, yet another browser to test in". And yes, for the moment, that's what it amounts to. Coincidentally, I have spent a good part of...
What are these Foo$Bar$baz functions in the Microsoft Ajax Library files?
If you've looked at the debug version of our JavaScript files, you may have noticed code similar to that: Foo.Bar = function Foo$Bar() { Foo.Bar.initializeBase( this ); } function Foo$Bar$baz() { // Do something } Foo.Bar. prototype = { baz: Foo$Bar$baz...
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