Ajaxlights: In-Browser Javascript Caching, Sounds, and Cross Domain Brawls

July 8th, 2008

Inventive front end developers keep finding ways to push the capabilities of the browser. A recent favorite of mine, quipt, allows you to dynamically load javascript files and automatically cache them - get this - in the window.name attribute.

Some websites abuse sound, but this does not take away the fact that sounds can be an extremely useful UI component that is certainly under-utilized on the web. If you have a good use case, then let SoundManager2 take care of the heavy tech-lifting.

Follow-up on last week’s mention of “TCP sockets” in the browser: HTML 5 WebSockets.

Ajaxian report and comment roll on Microsoft’s paper about cross domain request insecurities.

If you ever need to sanitize HTML for href="javascript: ... ", don’t do it by blacklisting javascript: ! The Javascript Protocol Fuzzer is a good reason why. Check it out.

Ever wished your favorite webapp could be native to your OS? Do you use OS X? You’re in luck - check out Fluid. Freakin’ awesome.

Not Ajax related, but totally cool: a visualization of the birth and growth of Python over time.

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