In this article I will show you how I support all modern (and not so modern) browsers with one function and I will explain a little about exactly what techniques I’m using to accomplish this.
Now there is a new option coming out along with the new Microsoft .NET Framework release.
- Version 4.0 of the Microsoft Ajax Library (aka ASP.NET AJAX) includes a new client side template system using the DataView control which is actually quite good. Frankly, it feels like it was inspired by taking the best of jTemplates and PURE but it is enhanced for ASP.NET developers.
I’ve been playing around with this new system and have been pleasantly surprised. Templates are relatively easy to construct, implementation is straight forward, and it works quite well. There are some pros, and some cons when compared to the other template systems.
Social bookmarking widgets are absolutely everywhere, you see them on blogs, news, online retailers and even on government web sites. They have become one of the defining features of Web 2.0 design.
There are three major players in the social bookmarking widget world, AddThis, ShareThis and AddToAny. These three services together are seen by almost everyone on the internet every single day.
This begs the question, which one is best? As usual it depends on what your needs are and how you will be using it. However I’ll try to take away the dartboard selection process that you’re using now by providing some reviews and a performance comparison for these different services.
Omniture is the de facto standard tracking and analytics system that most online retailers use. It has a suite of reporting metrics and allows for custom reporting variables. It is primarily designed for online stores to track usage, conversions and sales.