ooook … break end … back to work …
hope everything is going good ….. this is 2nd day of eid and I’m building my system after switching back to Windows XP from Windows Vista Home Premium … thanks Allah my notebook is now running smoothly … right now I’m running FF with 5,6 tabs open, pc suite for nokia and MS office application and my system is at 409MB memory usage,in vista when i start my system it jump over 900 and takes 3,4 min to start properly …. don’t know it was kind of virus of something else but vista really sucked my system… .. i feel sorry to my notebook for running vista more then a year … I’m really sorry;
this is one really nice . Just copy and paste this code … into your web browser … as you are on one page … you can do this to any site … it is so funny …
where my webpage is going …
ooook guys … break time end .. me going back to work .. c ya
ZK is the leading open source Ajax + Mobile framework. With over 1,000,000 downloads, ZK empowers a variety of companies and institutions, ranging from small to large, including Barclays, Sun Microsystems, Swiss RE, Alcatel-Lucent, and many others.
Rich User Experience
Leverage over 200 off-the-shelf, state-of-art, Web Accessibility compliant Ajax components with versatile RIA features to create a responsive and engaging user experience maximizing users’ satisfaction and work efficiency.
ZK boosts developer’s productivity allowing direct manipulation of UI, database and enterprise resources. With direct programming, developing web applications is as straightforward and intuitive as programming desktop applications.
ZK is the leading open source Ajax + Mobile framework. The ZK developer community is extremely active with over 20 translations, 100 articles/blogs, 100,000 lines of codes, 1,000,000 downloads from 190+ countries.
ZK is a standard-compliant solution. With XUL and HTML compliant components, ZK protects you from behind-closed-doors and proprietary technologies. ZK also complies with JSP, JSF, Portlet and Java EE technologies, including the ability to integrate with existing enterprise environments and Java IDEs.
Markup and Script Languages
ZK applications can be built using pure Java, markup and/or scripting languages. With XUL/XHTML, designing rich UIs is as simple as authoring HTML pages and with Java, Groovy and various other scripting languages supported, developing applications is as rapid as prototyping.
ZK provides exceptionally robust and intuitive Direct Push technology enabling spontaneous updates sent by the server to the Ajax browsers and mobile devices. With ZK’s Direct Push technology, responsive and dynamic enterprise solutions can be created at minimal cost.
Extensibility and Customizability
ZK is fully customizable and extensible with a modular plug-and-play architecture. With CSS, templates and macro components, the look and behavior of components can be changed dramatically without modifying the application. With a pluggable UI factory, each user can have a custom UI which is loaded from a database or other resources. Click herefor a complete list of supported platforms.
Scalability, Clustering and Failover
ZK supports high scalability and availability with serializable user interfaces, and a pluggable failover manager. ZK is also compatible with the clustering and load balancing support found in modern application servers.
ZK extends the reach of enterprise Internet applications to 1 billion mobile devices with minimal cost. ZK supports Java Mobile, Android, and various mobile browsers.
ZK technical support is designed to save development time and enable enterprises to achieve the highest level of user experience, productivity, and performance. Some of our supported customers include Sun Microsystems, Swiss Re, Unisys and MMC, just to name a select few.
With the positive reception of Opera 10, the importance of cross-browser testing for web developers is more important than ever. Taking the time to test your new pages in each individual version of Opera, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer (and possibly others) can be an insanely time-consuming process.
Regardless of if you’re a young, fledgling web developer or the most seasoned veteran on Elance, these tools will save you valuable time when testing your website for cross-browser compatibility. After all, you wouldn’t want to leave any of your potential market share out now, would you?
Now, on to the tools!
Cross Browser Testing: Cross Browser Testing is one of the most popular tools for testing pages in a huge number of environments. Although it is a pay-as-you-go service (you are free to use it up to five minutes at a time, however), the sheer number of configuration options available make it worthwhile to check out.
BrowserShots: If “free” is something more your speed, the very popular BrowserShots can provide you with screenshots of many different operating system/browser configurations. One thing to remember: BrowserShots only provides exactly that – non-interactive snapshots in different browsers.
Adobe BrowserLab: From the software giant known as Adobe comes the new kid on the block called BrowserLab, a highly-anticipated website testing tool that offers a wide variety of useful tools, such as Dreamweaver CS4 integration and an “Onion Skin View” feature that overlays one browser over another to quickly detect any differences. It’s currently free right now for testing, so head on over and give it a shot.
Microsoft SuperPreview: Expression Web SuperPreview is an application that you download in order to test multiple Internet Explorer versions on your desktop with robust tools, like multiple resolution support, DOM highlighting, zoom, and more, to ideally save you some time and headache when making your webpage’s transition from Internet Explorer 6 compatibility to 7 (or version 8, you early adopters.)
IE Net Renderer: If your only concern is Internet Explorer, IE NetRenderer is a quick, fast, free online tester that allows you to test any page in Internet Explorer 5.5, version 6, version 7, or version 8. Seeing how Internet Explorer almost has three-quarters of the Internet browser share, having a fast tester like this can prove to be handy.
IECapture: Similar to IE Net Renderer, but even more streamlined. All you do is simply input your web address, and bam, screenshots come back in the form of Internet Explorer 8 (or whatever the most current version of Internet Explorer is available.)
Browsrcamp: As a web developer, you definitely do not want to forget about the Apple crowd when designing websites. Browsrcamp allows you to take quick snapshots in Safari 3.12, or you can subscribe to a full, paid service that allows you to take control of a Mac OS X system preconfigured with every Mac browser available.
Xenocode Browser Sandbox: Xenocode is really interesting to say the least. The virtualization website allows you to run a number of applications directly from the web without having to worry about operating systems or compatibility issues. Where this comes in, as you can see, is the ability to run a variety of different web browsers virtually to test your website. Interesting stuff.
Litmus: Litmus is one of the most robust testing sites on this list. It offers testing on all major browsers and has tools to review bug reports and compatibility charts to be reviewed. Litmus also provides testing for HTML-based emails, so if your company does a lot of email marketing, this tool is worth checking out. All of this comes at a cost: $24 for a day pass, $49 a month for individual, or $199 a month for a development team. They do give you a limited version for free, so don’t be afraid to try before you buy.
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