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Network Analysis Tools for Developers


If you are an Internet developer that writes networking code, you may find yourself in need of utilities to help monitor your networking operations. Two valuable tools that can assist you are Fiddler and WireShark.

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A Weather Application in REST

REST
Here's an example project for how to build a RESTful application using web technologies including PHP, CSS3, Javascript, HTML5, jQuery and AJAX.

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The Basics of REST

REST
The last few years we've heard a lot about REST. Here I look at the basics of web architecture and look at how REST fits in.

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Packaging Client Side Web Applications

Internet
Thinking aloud here on a meta packaging file format to address the needs of client side web applications. By doing so, it creates a better structure for readability and maintenance. Maybe even instill placement for better performance.

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Web Application Architecture

Javascript
A high level block diagram of the present state of building Javascript applications across client/server tiers.

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The Matter of Javascript Hoisting

Javascript
I take a look at Javascript hoisting and discuss the best practice one should use in declaring and initializing variables.

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Installing ImageMagick with PHP and Windows

PHP
Instructions on how to get ImageMagick running under a Windows environment.

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Monitoring Installations Under Windows

Testing
I look at Total Uninstall, a software tool for Microsoft Windows that monitors registry and file changes.

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Wiki On A USB Stick

Wiki
Never forget stuff again. Store your lifelong programming knowledge into a Wiki and place it on a USB stick.

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Floating Chrome's Developer Tool Window

Google Chrome
This is a quick tip for those that use Google Chrome for development and have multiple monitors.

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