Preview: What Scripting News might look like in the future. Please, no complaints about broken links or undefined glossary entries. I know, and I know.
XML.COM explains WDDX, with examples.
NY Times: What's on your hard drive?
MacWorld's Jason Snell on regular expressions.
Web Review's Dale Dougherty on regular expressions.
News.com: Warnock demos new stuff.
A new feature for the discussion group. You can now read messages without having the cookie and without logging on.
Frontier users, if you want to sneak a peak at the source code for the discussion group, start here.
Click here if you have some braincells to burn. What a trip!
A neat idea for a web gadget, a COM or Apple Event-aware app that takes two parameters, the address of another app, and a window title. It returns a GIF representation of the bits being displayed in that window. For live websites, we could show people what's in a specific window on the server. It would make a *big* difference in the usability of our site and our software. It's got to be easy to program and as fast as possible. I'd pay US $195.
Preston Holmes did something like this with clip2gif in August 1996.
ScreenView is not exactly what I want, but it's cool! I'm going to check it out.
Andreas Hellstrom reports caching problems with MSIE 4.01/Mac.
Another problem with MSIE for CGI writers?
A proposal from 12/96 for a way to make content developers much more powerful.
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