Google Tag Manager (GTM) is a great online tool to manage pixels and code snippets to be included on your sites. Setting up containers for different sites and copying tags, rules and macros between them however is a real pain in the ass. GTM at the moment doesn’t support this, however, with a little Greasemonkey magic, everything is possible. That is how the Google Tag Manager Import Export script was born.
I was quite surprised I didn’t find any good online css editors. I have a simple textarea of css selectors and attributes, and I wish to offer some kind of help to the user in editing those rules. The best tool I found is called Sky CSS Tool, and it does a lot of fancy things I like, however it doesn’t support attribute generation from the CSS Code itself. Also the project is pretty much left alone for a number of years.
The new release has improved support for IE8, contains two new examples how to use the library with ExtJS and Xinha, and also comes with a brand new Xinha plugin. Watch out, plugins and AIR executable now come as a separate download! You can grab the latest pack and plugins here or here. Version 2.2 changelog: * Updated excanvas to r3 - should solve IE8 problems * Added Example with ExtJs integration, thanks to Colin Bell
Well, i usually dont blog about games, but this is something historical:) We have all been waiting for the sequel of the popular game Duke Nukem for well over 10 years, and it seems like the wait is over. 3D Realms went broke, and it is questionable if the game will ever be finished. As Guardian newspaper games writer Steve Boxer said: “Sadly, Duke Nukem Forever was the most aptly named title in the history of games.
DRI is organizing an open SugarCRM event again. The event takes place in Lisbon, 19th of May. I had the honor to take part in the project GalpShare, which will be featured as one of the case studies. If you are in or around Lisbon, don’t miss it!:) This is an archive post. It represents a point of view in the past. Facts might have changed, events might be interpreted differently as of today.
…so apparently iBuildings fired up a new techportal, with editor-in-chief as Cal Evans. Cal recently moved to The Netherlands to join iBuildings, before as we know he was doing the Zend podcasts from the US. (What happened with the podcasts anyway? I loved to listen them while going to work.) The techPortal already has some nice articles, like debugging development and getting started with phpUnderControl, and it also promotes the 2009 WinPHP Challenge.
I am glad to announce that last week DRI and Galp published a new social networking portal called energiapositiva.pt. The portal itself mainly targets Portuguese audience and it has a nifty little application with which one can advertise and participate in car-sharing. Comes handy in times of crisis:) I had the honor to participate in the project and would like to hereby congratulate the guys over at DRI for making the impossible possible:) Bom trabalho, pah!
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