Adobe pre-releases AJAX framework to ease programming

Adobe pre-released an AJAX library called Spry, to make programming easier for Web designers.

The library is developed at Adobe Labs, the pre-release features data capabilities to incorporate XML into HTML documents using technologies such as HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, and a minimal amount of JavaScript.

Firefox 2 Alpha 2 Review
Percy Cabello has posted a overview of the new feautures form the recently released Bon Echo (aka Firefox 2).
New Google applications
Google announced an update to its Google Desktop product, as well as several new products designed to enhance information gathering on the Web.

 

Apollo: Flash to go beyond the browser

According to Cnet.com, Adobe is working on client-based software that will run Flash applications separately from a browser, whether online or offline. The company is working on a project code-named Apollo, which will let applications written for Adobe's Flash presentation software run without a Web browser.

Google CEO predicts "limitless growth"

Google expects that rivalry with Microsoft and Yahoo will drive up prices and increase its revenue.

Review & competition ASP for Dreamweaver 8 book

We've got a mini-review and competition of Dreamweaver 8 and ASP. The friendly people of Friends of ED are giving away 5 books.

Winners of the AJAX and PHP book

Thanks to Friends of Ed we had 5 copies to give away of; AJAX and PHP. Out of the many correct answers we have drawn five users that have won a copy of ASP.NET for Flash, read more to see if you are amongst the lucky winners.

 

 

Microsoft talks about Windows CE 6

Windows CE is the OS that is used for Windows Mobile and Microsoft's other device software stacks for phones and PDAs.

According to Microsoft, Windows CE 6 offers a higher capacity for complex applications, fueling "more intelligent devices that offer advanced multimedia and Web services, and wireless networking."


 

Windows Live Messenger Public Beta Released
Microsoft has launched a public beta of Windows Live Messenger, an instant messaging program that features international PC-to-telephone calls with video capability.
Vista eliminates the need for anti-spyware & firewall software

According to the Yankee Group , new security features in Windows Vista will largely eliminate the need to run separate antispyware or firewall software.

Vista will dramatically affect the $3.6 billion market for Windows security products, according to a Yankee Group report scheduled to be published today.

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