Part 2. Six Months ago I declared One Year to Go on the IE 6 Deathwatch In the beginning of this year it was disclosed that Google (as well as and 20+ other companies) had been the victim of Chinese Continue reading IE 6 Death Watch gets a Funeral Service and at least a few more Nails in it’s coffin
from the Agile Web Development with Rails, Third Edition. (fourth printing), in Chapter 8.3 iteration C2: Creating a Smarter Cart (page 104), when creating the initial CartItem model class, the price function is defined thusly : 123 def price Continue reading Agile Web Development with Rails, erratum
I’ve released a GreaseMonkey script Follow Rank and Follows in Common for Twitter User Profiles which you can use to display the Follows in Common and the Follow Rank for a given users profile page and discover how important they Continue reading a GreaseMonkey script for Follow Rank and Follows in Common for Twitter User Profiles
In eating my own dog food I have revised, corrected, improved and fixed the code I posted last week. The biggest changes are related to ensuring that all that cached data does not just accumulate and never gets cleared away. Continue reading Using GreaseMonkey’s persistent data functions as a aged Cache, revised.
GreaseMonkey (Don’t know that GreaseMonkey is the greatest thing since slice bread? See Greasemonkey) has two persistent data function’s, GM_setValue and GM_getValue, which let you set and get values. See Mark Pilgrams excellent Dive Into Greasemonkey : Storing and retrieving Continue reading Use GreaseMonkey’s persistent data functions as a aged Cache.