What is good code? The one which is following best programming patterns or the one which just does it’s job simple what is required?
Open Office 3.0 is released this monday and it’s doing well. As I have seen early this week that due to unexpected download their engineers got to work on their website to manage the load. When I am writing this the website is back to it’s normal and they have openoffice.org has recovered from the crash. They managed to allow download open office even when the site was down.
Google Chrome has been arrived now since while..!
And war of browsers is continue with added competitor. End users are going to benefit from this as they will get better user experience as an end result of all these browser competition. So as the outcome we as end users will get feature rich, friendly, fast and secure browsing experience from most of the browsers as all of them will try to raise the bar.
Zend Framework’s new release 1.6 is in it’s RC1 stage now. It has got many exiting features, including one of the much waited WSDL auto-generation using Zend_Soap_AutoDiscover class. It will automatically generate WSDL based on your class definition based on PHP Documentation.
This post covers some performance improvement tips by showing merits or demerits of various coding practices in PHP. While developing small websites or projects which are not meant to be maintained for longer period of time it’s okey it we don’t care about all this performance improvement and so on. But while we are into the development of some product or project which are going to be maintained for longer period of time then it is required that we take care of small things from the beginning. Initially we may feel that benefits are not drastic but when we have large amount of user base then all small and minor things matters.
jQuery 1.2.5 is available only after one day of jQuery’s 1.2.4 release. jQuery 1.2.4 was a bad build probably. There were some patches missing and difference was small compared to the list of bugs...