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Shaun Inman releases Fever, an elegantly designed feedreader

59 month ago

Andy Baio : Shaun Inman releases Fever, an elegantly designed feedreader - PHP/MySQL app, it recommends stories in your feeds based on link popularity

Greg Storey : No matter how many times I asked, Shaun never gave me a access to Fever beta. - Despite his small error in judgement, Fever is awesome and will undoubtedly breathe new life into feeds.

Cameron Moll : Fever, a new feed reader from Shaun Inman - Fever°, a new feed reader from Shaun Inman, is "your slice of the web" mixed with Twitter Trending Topic-like personalization. "Fever reads your feeds and picks out the most frequently talked about links from a customizable time period. Unlike traditi

philgyford : Fever° Red hot. Well read. - Self-hosted, pay-for feed reader. Looks like a lovely interface and an interesting way of organising feeds and posts. (via Daring Fireball)

OpenTape, open-source Muxtape clone

69 month ago

Andy Baio : OpenTape, open-source Muxtape clone - nicely designed but requires PHP hosting, ruling out most Muxtape users  [via]

deusx : Opentape - Add a feed, and you've got a podcast. "Opentape is a free, open-source package that lets you make and host your own mixtapes on the web. Upload songs (via web or FTP), reorder, rename, customize the style, and share what you like on other site

philgyford : Opentape - Host-your-own version of Muxtape. What happens when a centralised system is squashed by lawyers: thousands of individual versions flower around the edges. (via Infovore)

Chryp

77 month ago

Cameron Moll : Chryp - "Chyrp is a blogging engine designed to be very lightweight while retaining functionality. It is driven by PHP and MySQL (with some AJAX thrown in), and has a pimpin' theme and module engine; so you can personalize it however you want."

philgyford : Chyrp - Simple-looking, open-source, decently-featured PHP/MySQL-based weblog engine with built-in support for different kinds of Tumblr-like posts. (via Daring Fireball)

factoryjoe : Chyrp - Chyrp is a blogging engine designed to be very lightweight while retaining functionality. It is driven by PHP and MySQL (with some AJAX thrown in), and has a pimpin’ theme and module engine, so you can personalize it however you want.

Hacky holidays on OS X

77 month ago

Simon Willison : Hacky holidays on OS X - Hacky holidays on OS X. Jeremy Keith documents how to get PHP 5 and Apache 2 virtual hosts running on Leopard.

philgyford : Adactio: Journal — Hacky holidays on OS X - How to set up virtual hosts, PHP5 and MySQL on Leopard, for when I upgrade soonish.

Richard Rutter : Getting your dev environment back on Leopard - Jeremy takes us through hoops required following an upgrade from Tiger.

7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails

80 month ago

Jeremy Zawodny : 7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails - 7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails: very good reasons

Simon Willison : 7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails - 7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails. After two years working on a Rails rewrite of CB Baby, Derek Sivers scrapped it and instead rewrote the PHP version using Rails-inspired design principles. Derek would still use Rails for a greenf

deusx : 7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails - O'Reilly Ruby - "But I hope that this reaches someone somewhere thinking, “God our old code is ugly. If we only threw it all away and did it all over in Rails, it’d be so much easier!?"

jcgregorio : 7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails - O'Reilly Ruby

HTML Purifier - Filter your HTML the standards-compliant way!

83 month ago

Jeremy Zawodny : HTML Purifier - Filter your HTML the standards-compliant way! - HTML Purifier - Filter your HTML the standards-compliant way!: probably worth looking at for any serious user-facing PHP stuff

wearehugh : HTML Purifier - Filter your HTML the standards-compliant way!

deusx : HTML Purifier - Filter your HTML the standards-compliant way! - "HTML Purifier will not only remove all malicious code (better known as XSS) with a thoroughly audited, secure yet permissive whitelist, it will also make sure your documents are standards compliant, something only achievable with a comprehensive kno

philgyford : HTML Purifier - Filter your HTML the standards-compliant way! - PHP library for whitelisting certain HTML, protecting against XSS, etc. (via @simonw)

The top 10 presentations on scaling websites: twitter, Flickr, Bloglines, Vox and more.

85 month ago

Simon Willison : The top 10 presentations on scaling websites: twitter, Flickr, Bloglines, Vox and more. - The top 10 presentations on scaling websites: twitter, Flickr, Bloglines, Vox and more.. I normally avoid linking to “top 10? lists on principle, but this one pulls together some great resources and adds some extra context to each one.

jcgregorio : The top 10 presentations on scaling websites: twitter, Flickr, Bloglines, Vox and more. - Doesn't cover Google or eBay, but still a good list.

jimray : The top 10 presentations on how to scale websites - Flickr, Bloglines, Vox, etc - learn how to build strong sites

bmilleare : The top 10 presentations on scaling websites: twitter, Flickr, Bloglines, Vox and more.

nelson : System scaling - Collection of videos on how they make systems scale

joshua : A bunch of presentations on scaling websites: twitter, Flickr, Bloglines, Vox and more.

philgyford : Peter Van Dijck’s Guide to Ease » Blog Archive » A bunch of presentations on scaling websites: twitter, Flickr, Bloglines, Vox and more. - The kind of thing I keep meaning to read up on. (via Kottke)

phpsh

86 month ago

Simon Willison : phpsh - phpsh. An interactive shell for PHP, developed at Facebook and written mostly in Python. Facebook are really pushing their open-source stuff at the moment.

deusx : phpsh -- an interactive shell for php - "phpsh is an interactive shell for php that features readline history, tab completion, quick access to documentation. It was developed at Facebook and ironically, is written mostly in python. It is open source."

Rod Begbie : phpsh -- an interactive shell for php - This could come in handy for sanity checking syntax when writing PHP. Bizarrely, it's mostly written in Python! [via#

Tips for Writing Nicer Site Badges

88 month ago

Jeremy Zawodny : Tips for Writing Nicer Site Badges - Tips for Writing Nicer Site Badges: "I'd like to start by running through my thoughts on writing cleaner (or improving current) JavaScript badges..."

Simon Willison : Tips for Writing Nicer Site Badges - Tips for Writing Nicer Site Badges. Ed Eliot’s putting together a much needed set of best practices for badges and widgets.

bmilleare : Tips for Writing Nicer Site Badges - Ed Eliot

deusx : Tips for Writing Nicer Site Badges - Ed Eliot - "running through my thoughts on writing cleaner (or improving current) JavaScript badges first."

Yahoo! Pipes, like Unix pipes for the web

88 month ago

Andy Baio : Yahoo! Pipes, like Unix pipes for the web - Tim O'Reilly nails why this is so neat

Jeremy Zawodny : Pipes: Rewire the web - Pipes: Rewire the web: "Pipes is a hosted service that lets you remix feeds and create new data mashups in a visual programming environment."

Simon Willison : Pipes - Pipes. New Yahoo! service for combining and remixing Atom/RSS feeds using a really sophisticated drag-and-drop UI.

Rod Begbie : Pipes: Rewire the web - Wicked cool RSS/Atom masher-upper from Yahoo. Nice GUI and mapping model, which means making a Boing Boing feed without Xeni Jardin can essentially be a drag'n'drop operation. [via#

jimray : Pipes: Rewire the web - Poor Ted Stevens is now utterly confused

phpMyID

90 month ago

Rod Begbie : phpMyID - Self-hostable OpenID server in a single PHP script. [via#

wearehugh : phpMyID

deusx : phpMyID - "phpMyID is a single user IdP, or "Identity Provider" for the OpenID framework."

jimray : phpMyID - "a standalone, single user, OpenID Identity Provider." Upload file to site, have an instant OpenID endpoint

SimpleXML processing with PHP

92 month ago

Jeremy Zawodny : SimpleXML processing with PHP - SimpleXML processing with PHP: a good intro to XML in PHP5

Simon Willison : SimpleXML processing with PHP - Good tutorial, with honest discussion of SimpleXML's limitations.

philgyford : SimpleXML processing with PHP - Nice clear explanation and examples (for PHP5). Will be handy sometime I'm sure. If only it was as simple in PHP4. (via Daring Fireball)

DOM:window.navigator.registerContentHandler - MDC

92 month ago

wearehugh : DOM:window.navigator.registerContentHandler - MDC

jcgregorio : DOM:window.navigator.registerContentHandler - MDC

deusx : DOM:window.navigator.registerContentHandler - MDC - "For Firefox 2, only the application/vnd.mozilla.maybe.feed, application/atom+xml, and application/rss+xml MIME types are supported. All values have the same effect, and the registered handler will receive feeds in all Atom and RSS versions."

HOWTO: Adding an RSS feed to a Subversion Server

94 month ago

Simon Willison : HOWTO: Adding an RSS feed to a Subversion Server - Using post-commit hooks and some Python.

jimray : Adding an RSS feed to a Subversion Server

deusx : bbum’s weblog-o-mat � Blog Archive � HOWTO: Adding an RSS feed to a Subversion Server - "I have now gone on stage twice and talked about how useful an RSS feed is for a subversion server. About time I actually document how to set up such a thing."

Washington State declares RSS Days

95 month ago

jimray : Washington State declares RSS Days - Oh my.

deusx : RSS Days - Washington State Proclamation ~ Chris Pirillo

Andy Baio : Washington State declares June 30-July 1 to be official "RSS Days" - only slightly more meaningful than a Universal Life Church ordainment  [via]

BadgerFish

97 month ago

deusx : BadgerFish - "BadgerFish is a convention for translating an XML document into a JSON object."

Paul Hammond : BadgerFish - BadgerFish is a convention for translating an XML document into a JSON object

jcgregorio : BadgerFish - more namespaces in JSON

RSS Feeds for FTP Servers

98 month ago

kayodeok : RSS Feeds for FTP Servers - Ideas, ideas, ideas

deusx : XML.com: RSS Feeds for FTP Servers - "this article will show you how to write a PHP script that will monitor an FTP server for you, notifying you of the newest files added or changed."

Matthew M. Boedicker : rss feeds for ftp servers - (via del.icio.us/deusx) [via]

A pro-PHP Rant

99 month ago

znarf : A pro-PHP Rant - So here’s some pro-PHP ranting… #

Simon Willison : A pro-PHP Rant - Harry Fuecks pulls one off in style.

Jeremy Zawodny : A pro-PHP Rant - A pro-PHP Rant: It’s the execution model

kayodeok : A pro-PHP Rant - To Read.

MAMP for OS X

101 month ago

Jon Hicks : MAMP for OS X - Wow! A self-contained Apache, PHP, MySQL & phpMyAdmin distribution for OS X that can be used for easy local testing on top of the default OS X apache server.

Richard Rutter : MAMP - Easily Apache, PHP and MySQL on your Mac.

joshua : MAMP - The abbreviation MAMP stands for: Macintosh, Apache, Mysql and PHP.

Feed Icons - Help establish the new standard

101 month ago

jimray : Feed Icons - Help establish the new standard - Oh, sure, what the hell

Philippe Janvier : Feed Icons : Help establish the new standard - "We need your help to spread the word." [via#

plasticbag : Feed Icons - More for my use than for yours, feedicons.com contains a variety of different colour versions of the various RSS/Atom standard icons

Jeremy Zawodny : Feed Icons - Feed Icons: Home of the standard web feed icon

Microsoft Team RSS Blog : Feeds and well-formed XML

103 month ago

kayodeok : Microsoft Team RSS Blog : Feeds and well-formed XML - We will only support feeds that are well-formed XML.

Simon Willison : Microsoft Team RSS Blog : Feeds and well-formed XML - Wow. IE7 will require RSS feeds to be well-formed XML. [via]

deusx : Microsoft Team RSS Blog : Feeds and well-formed XML - "We will only support feeds that are well-formed XML."

Micro Persuasion: Ten RSS Hacks

104 month ago

merlinmann : Micro Persuasion: Ten RSS Hacks - Wow. I hadn't heard of a ton of these. Some clever little apps in there.

jimray : Micro Persuasion: Ten RSS Hacks - Some good stuff in there

kayodeok : Ten RSS Hacks - Here, for no reason at all, are 10 RSS power user tips that you can use to enhance your life. Some of these you might already know, others you may not

Subscribe to Del.icio.us video in iTunes

104 month ago

Andy Baio : Subscribe to Del.icio.us video in iTunes - very neat

jimray : Subscribe to free, del.icio.us video in iTunes - Lifehacker - Nice

kayodeok : Subscribe to free, del.icio.us video in iTunes - Now that del.icio.us offers feeds by filetype and iTunes has full video support (including "vodcasts," or video podcasts), you can load up iTunes with free video files bookmarked and tagged in del.icio.us

Google Reader

104 month ago

kayodeok : Google Reader - Reader makes it easier to keep up with your ever-expanding reading list of content from across the web

deusx : Google Reader - "Spend your time reading what you care about most." Stop the presses - Google's got a feed reader!

Philippe Janvier : Google Reader - "Spend your time reading what you care about most". Comme si on avait que ça à faire ! [via#

HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML

104 month ago

deusx : HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML - "There seem to be developers who think that well-formedness is awfully hardif not impossibleto get right when producing XML programmatically and developers who can get it right and wonder why the others are so incompetent."

kayodeok : HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML - "There’s just no nice way to say this: Anyone who can’t make a syndication feed that's well-formed XML is an incompetent fool. - Maybe this is unkind and elitist of me, but I think that anyone who either can't or won't implement these measur

Simon Willison : HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML - Excellent advice, particularly around character encoding.

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