Dynatrace AJAX edition Dynatrace AJAX edition has been a great product and helped many people around the world to analyze web performance problems in Internet Explorer and Firefox. Endorsed by industry experts such as John Resig (creator of jQuery) or Steve Souders (creator of YSlow) AJAX edition became the de-facto standard for browser diagnostics on Internet Explorer and Firefox on Windows. With the extension of Web Performance into Mobile Devices, Cloud as well as different server-side technologies (Java, .NET, PHP, Nginx, Node.js, …) Dynatrace decided in December 2014 to focus the efforts and continue innovation of Browser Diagnostics, User Experience and Application Monitoring into Dynatrace. To get your own personal license of Dynatrace Application Monitoring and Dynatrace User Experience Management simply sign up on this page or use the on We still provide the old Dynatrace AJAX edition download in case you want to hold on to its legacy. Contact us
HTML5 and Accessibility Accessibility for people with disabilities is a legal responsibility in many countries. It's also the right thing to do, and one of the characteristics distinguishing professional developers from the WWWs: WYSIWYG-wielding wannabes. But for many, accessibility has been a somewhat black art, requiring adding extra stuff to your code like alt text, table summaries, ARIA information that can be difficult to test by developers who are not assistive technology users themselves. The arrival of HTML5 has further muddied the water. For some, HTML5 saves the world. For others – including many accessibility practitioners – it is the embodiment of evil.
About the HTTP Archive Successful societies and institutions recognize the need to record their history - this provides a way to review the past, find explanations for current behavior, and spot emerging trends. In 1996 Brewster Kahle realized the cultural significance of the Internet and the need to record its history. As a result he founded the Internet Archive which collects and permanently stores the Web's digitized content. In addition to the content of web pages, it's important to record how this digitized content is constructed and served. The HTTP Archive provides this record. It is a permanent repository of web performance information such as size of pages, failed requests, and technologies utilized.
25 UI Inspiration and Design Pattern Resources Are your fresh design ideas no longer fresh or are you a designer who continually re-uses the same old and trusted design patterns that have followed you for many a year? Or, you might just be a UI designer that is stuck in a rut? If you are looking to change all that, then this is the post for you. This article offers inspirational UI resources as well as showcasing the best in design pattern solutions. Whatever your need for all of the sites and resources below, they all offer one thing in common… they all strive for better User Experience one design pattern at a time. Welie.com – Patterns in Interaction Design
Load and Performance Testing Tool LoadComplete is a desktop tool for load, stress, scalability testing of websites and web applications. Designed from the ground-up to help you focus on the tasks at hand, it does not require advanced programming skills. It works with both traditional HTML web sites and with Rich Internet Applications using modern web technologies like AJAX, ASP.NET, Java, Flash, Flex and Silverlight. The 'record and playpack' and 'visual programming' features enable you to create powerful and flexible first load test within a few seconds. LoadComplete allows you to generate load from virtual machines, on-premise computers, or even the cloud.
10 Most Useful APIs For Business - Features Driving Business Success With Technology IT Management / 10 Most Useful APIs For Business 10 Most Useful APIs For Business 0 0 Google +0 0 Web E<sup>x</sup>ponents - The official Google Code blog Over the last few months, I've started inviting web gurus I know to give tech talks at Google. It's been great to kick off this speaker series with such luminaries as John Resig, Doug Crockford, and PPK. (I snuck in there, too.) The biggest benefit from these talks is the release of the videos and slides. The videos are popular, with thousands of viewers. The videos make it possible to share these insights with a wider audience who might not be at the next tech conference or workshop.
8 cool Google Labs projects spared the axe After Google announced in July that Google Labs would be closing, several experimental products under development were killed, including ones that had been hyped during their original launch: Aardvark, Fast Flip, and Google Notebook. But Google has spared others (for now) from the executioner's axe, and these have been "graduated" into their own sites or are in the process of being spun off. Here are the ones that we think are worthy of your attention.