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Archive for January, 2008

Payload the Way You Want with PHP5 built-in SOAP

Payload the Way You Want with PHP5 built-in SOAP
The PHP Web Services blog has a helpful hint on getting a custom SOAP request all ready to go:
How do you get this [custom] XML to be output by the SoapClient?
Using the SoapVar method and a few newly created objects, making a custom structure is simple. [...]

Posted by José León on January 31st, 2008 under Web services | Comment now »

SitePoint CSS Reference is now open to the public!

SitePoint CSS Reference is now open to the public!
Written by two of the world’s most renowned CSS experts, Tommy Olsson and Paul O’Brien, the reference contains a bunch of features that make it stand out from the pack — things like cross-browser compatibility charts and user feedback (ala the PHP manual) — to ensure that [...]

Posted by José León on January 31st, 2008 under CSS | Comment now »

jQuery 1.2.2

jQuery team has released a new version, they have made some important changes and have improved speed, please, check out the announcement:
http://jquery.com/blog/2008/01/15/jquery-122-2nd-birthday-present/
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Posted by José León on January 25th, 2008 under Javascript | Comment now »

W3C Publishes HTML 5 Draft, Future of Web Content

http://www.w3.org/ — 22 January 2008 — W3C today published an early draft of HTML 5, a major revision of the markup language for the Web. The HTML Working Group is creating HTML 5 to be the open, royalty-free specification for rich Web content and Web applications. The group operates entirely in public with nearly five [...]

Posted by José León on January 23rd, 2008 under WWW | Comment now »

Why no more commits on the repository?

I think it’s worth to place this on the blog, as I have seen some comments on the forum. We have been working on updates on the VCL for PHP following the upcoming release of Delphi for PHP 2.0, but those changes have not been commited yet to the repository, because that will probably break [...]

Posted by José León on January 22nd, 2008 under VCL4PHP | Comment now »



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