May 2005 - Posts
I don't know what's gotten into me, but I am finding loads of nice extensions for Firefox (and one for IE, too). I think I might create a "ASP.Net developer's guide to Firefox" article somewhere soon. Would be nice to have a todo list of installations, extensions, and routines developers tasked with cross-browser ability posted somewhere.
Not to mention the discovery of del.icio.us insomuch as finally creating an account and learning how to use it relatively well. When combined, del.icio.us
and Firefox are great together.
Now that I have one-click deletion as a result of this Firefox GreaseMonkey user script
. Super idea.
An awesome tool to let developers trade code, search for it, etc. Too bad there's not so many code samples out there. I'd also like to see a list of available code fragments on the web site somewhere. Sure would be nifty. Might have to start using this tool, and I'd recomend all of us give it a shot, too.
Are there any other comperable shareware/freeware/communeware (did I just make up a word?) products like this?
This might be a little premature but I'm curious per a pet project I'm working on which uses the aforementioned technologies together. Here's the question, for which I hope you'd like to provide an answer, your own ideas, pontifications, and that sort of thing. Would you find useful something that made the code below possible. I'm just providing this code as a "starting point" for discussion, based on some preliminary code/design work I've done. So yes, this is real stuff, that's "out there" if you'd like to take a peek. Hence the need for discussion.
Sorry for the re-posting of this, but I'm having all sorts of issues with the code colorizers I've tried. No luck whatsoever, in fact. To solve said issue, click use this link.