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@media session 10

WAI-ARIA – It’s Easy Steve Faulkner Web Accessibility Initative – Accessible Rich Internet Applications It’s a W3C spec, close to becoming a recommendatio, aims to make sense out of NOISE, out of silence. Wherever possible, use the native tags to … Continue reading

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@media – Beyond Ajax

@media has rolled around super-quick this year. It kicked off with Jesse James Garrett of Adaptive Path talking about the future of web beyond Ajax. He started by asking us “what is the web good for (at)? It’s still quite … Continue reading

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Playing Catchup

I seem to have got out of the blogging habit, so I’m hoping to catch up on a few posts now. I’ll tweak the dates so they’re relevent to the events roughly as they happened (chronology? what’s that?!) The first … Continue reading

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Playpen #1 – Google Maps

Inspired by Jeremy Keith’s piece at d.Construct the other week, I’ve finally dipped my toe in the water of fiddling with APIs – and like many, I decided to go for a Google Map. It helped that there was a … Continue reading

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Further Reading

There was a dangerously-tempting bookstall at d.Construct the other week, and I found myself buying two books which have been on my To Be Read list for a while: Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and AJAX – Christian Heilmann, Apress … Continue reading

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