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Really Simple History and the compulsion to tinker

I committed several weeks ago to roll Really Simple History 0.6 RC1 over into a final release on Dec. 1. That's still the plan, but I'm having trouble resisting the urge to tinker. I'm starting to see how a project...
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JavaScript terror alert

Now that I'm getting immersed in the conference circuit, I've got a new game to play every time I attend a session on any technology meant to ease the pain of client-side development. Based on the session abstract, I lay...
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DOMContentLoaded and the quick rise of de facto standards

There's never been a better time to be a JavaScript developer. JS hit the big time with the advent of Ajax, and overnight client-side programmers went from being the redheaded step-children of the web-development world to front-and-center participants in the...
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Really Simple History 0.6 RC1 now live at Google Code

After much tinkering, I am happy to announce the release of Really Simple History 0.6 Release Candidate 1. This version offers a number of improvements and bug-fixes over the 0.6 beta released on Oct. 23. I encourage the 600+ people...
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ZK 3.0 Released

It's been a bit over a month and a half since ZK 3.0 RC was released and the ZK team has sure been busy. The list of new features is long, but has a surprisingly large number of them are...
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Really Simple History 0.6 countdown: Bug fixes, SVN repo, mailing list, downloads, more

Lots more news on Really Simple History, the open-source Ajax bookmarking library I'm now spearheading: SVN - RHS now has a Subversion repository. The version trail starts with the 0.6 beta. Since its release, I've been committing bug fixes and...
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DOM methods, document.write and the art of library design

So I ended up doing some last-minute fiddling with the Really Simple History 0.6 beta before posting it for testing over at Google Code. Matt Snider pointed me to a potential SSL problem with using DOM methods rather than document.write...
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Coming soon: Really Simple History 0.6 beta

Late tonight over at Google Code, I'll be posting a beta of Really Simple History 0.6 for testing. The goal is to elicit help from RSH users in chasing down any bugs I've failed to catch, then push out a...
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Echo3 Update: SVN, Wiki, Forms, Builds

Echo3 is showing a few more signs of life. Since my update last month on some early details of Echo3, the pace has picked up. No alpha release, but already there are two forums, one especially for folks looking to...
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GWT Wrapper for Rialto

Supplementing GWT's basic set of widgets with wrappers around those of existing widget frameworks has become a bit of a cottage industry. There are wrappers for Scriptaculous, JsGraphics, TinyMCE (see the GWT Widget Library for these), Ext Js and many...
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