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August 13, 2009

Welcome to the latest edition of the Developer Shed newsletter! There's plenty to cover, so let's start with Google Wave, a messaging and collaboration platform. It may sound pretty useful, but one of our friends at eWeek seems to think the open source platform won't catch on. Why? Click the link for the details.

Dev Shed readers enjoyed the continuing pair of series we're running on building helpers and using filters in PHP. They also learned how to build dynamic Twitter images (hey, Twitter is hot these days, and for a mere microblogging site, it's pretty amazing what you can do with it). If you're more focused on Microsoft-related technologies, and concerned about security, you'll want to check out ASP Free; this week, every article on that site related to security in one way or another.

Website designers and developers interested in making the most of code libraries and technologies found plenty of pieces to hold their attention this week on Dev Articles. In addition to covering some cool things you can do with the jQuery and Ext JS libraries, we delved into Active Client Pages. Dev Hardware readers, meanwhile, enjoyed a diverse selection of reviews, and pondered the likely effects of Google's Chrome operating system when it hits the market (hey, we know hardware fans care about the software too!).

The SEO professionals reading SEO Chat learned all about a great tool that can speed up their work by putting all the information they need right at their fingertips. They also learned five important things they can do with Google Webmaster Tools, and how to maximize their sites' long tail keyword traffic. Meanwhile, if you're new to building an online presence, you'll want to check out Dev Mechanic. This week, among other topics, you'll learn why you should let your visitors write your content and ponder whether your site should celebrate holidays.

You say you want more? Well then, check out Codewalkers for the first part of a series on the CodeIgniter framework. When you're done there, visit Web Hosters for information on how web hosting is changing colors to green. And there's always Tutorialized and Scripts, featuring some of the best user-generated content from our readers.

As always, thanks for reading. Until next week,
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Working with Regular Expressions with Filters in PHP 5
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-08-12

Among the enhancements that were introduced originally in PHP 5, there's one powerful extension that has been all but ignored by many programmers until now, quite possibly because they weren't aware of its existence. Yes, as you might have guessed, I'm talking about the filter library - a handy set of filters and functions that allow you to validate different types of data with remarkable ease.
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Dynamic Twitter Signature Images with PHP
by Nilpo, 2009-08-11


Twitter is the latest and greatest craze in social networking sites. As such, many developers and businesses are using it as a marketing technique. Today we're going to come up with a method for creating a dynamic signature image for forum posts and emails that will automatically load your Twitter feed and display your latest Twitter status. We'll be using PHP to grab the content along with GD2 support to create the image.
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Enhancing a URL Handling Helper Class in PHP 5
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-08-10

Are you a PHP developer wishing to find an approachable guide that walks you through building different kinds of helper classes in PHP 5? Then look no further, because this group of articles may be the material that you really need.
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The Flex Tree Control
by Keith Lee, 2009-08-06

The Flex Tree control is amazingly useful when building applications, especially if you're dealing with hierarchical data. To learn how to add the power of this intuitive organizational component to your developer's toolbox, keep reading.
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Inventorying HDDs Remotely on Windows
by Barzan "Tony" Antal, 2009-08-12

Resource management and IT inventory is the task of many system administrators and IT specialists. Larger businesses or corporations with thousands of computers hire experts to get the job done. In the case of small-to-medium-sized firms, however, where only a couple hundred computers are involved, it is more cost-effective for these tasks to be handled by the IT staff. In this article we'll look into a solution that does this remotely.
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Inventorying RAMs Remotely on Windows
by Barzan "Tony" Antal, 2009-08-11


Say you need to find a remote solution for grabbing the values of RAM modules of a huge number of computers. This is not unusual for large companies that need to do inventories of some kind to keep track of all of their computers for maintenance purposes. We want to gather the manufacturer, serial number, model number, and other values for each module.
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Vital Windows Security Guidelines
by Codex-M, 2009-08-10

Of all modern computer operating systems, Windows XP is the most often attacked in terms of security. In this article, we'll discuss why it is attacked so often, the most common security exploits, and what you can do to guard your system against attack.
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User-defined Functions using Visual Basic Applications in Excel
by Codex-M, 2009-08-06

Microsoft Excel has a lot of built-in functions aimed at increasing the productivity of any office worker. "Built-in functions" means that these functions are shipped along with MS Excel installations, so by the time you have successfully installed the spreadsheet, these functions are readily available for use. However, not all functions can satisfy or be customized to office needs, so an average Excel user cannot make a function to suit a customized application. That is what this tutorial is all about.
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Introducing the jQuery JavaScript Library
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-08-12

Welcome to the first part of a seven-part series on the jQuery JavaScript library. In this article I will provide you with a quick overview of how to use the library, including its helpful $() function and the ready() method. The jQuery library allows you to build unobtrusive client-side applications with only minor effort, and its syntax is simple to grasp.
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Completing an ACP 3D HTML Table Image Gallery
by Chrys Forcha, 2009-08-11


Welcome to the second part of a two-part series that explains how to set up a three-dimensional HTML image gallery using Active Client Pages (ACP). In this part of the series, among other things, we'll get a close look at the JavaScript that helps to keep things running smoothly.
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Building Message Windows with the Ext JS Library
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-08-10


Third-party packages present you with many options for building rich web-based user interfaces. They can be used to fit a broad range of requirements. You may even have used such packages as the Yahoo User Interface and the Scriptaculous DHTML framework. But there's a new library worth looking into. It's called Ext JS. We'll take a close look at how it can help us build user interfaces in this five-part series.
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Active Client Pages: Simple Document Phase Example Continued
by Crysanthus Forcha, 2009-08-07


In this sixth part of a twelve-part series on Active Client Pages (ACP), we complete the simple example that illustrates the Document phase of Chrys's Approach. You need good knowledge of HTML, JavaScript and Perl to understand this part of the series.
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Using a Background Grid to Assist Web Page Layout
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-08-06

Welcome to the seventh and final installment of a series covering fundamental design principles as applied to web layout creation. This series uses numerous code samples to show you how to implement such design concepts as the Golden Ratio and the Rule of Thirds to construct several professional-looking web page designs that will be visually appealing to your visitors.
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Google Chrome Operating System
by Joe Eitel, 2009-08-12

On July 7, 2009, Google made what is potentially its most significant announcement in its relatively short history. The blog post, entitled "Introducing the Google Chrome OS," informed the public that Google is now in the process of developing an operating system that will debut to the world some time in mid-late 2010. Keep reading to learn the full implications.
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NCAA Football 10
by wubayou, 2009-08-11

It's just about that time of year again, when college campuses are less than a month away from buzzing with students and football fans are anxiously awaiting the start of college football season. For many in the past, a quick way to get their college football fix without having the games on TV yet every Saturday was to pick up the NCAA Football franchise each year. This year is no exception, but let's see how the latest incarnation performs.
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Sony X-Series Walkman
by wubayou, 2009-08-10


Some of us may have owned one of the original Sony Walkman once upon a time. Now there was a classic mobile device! Sony keeps up with the times, though, and its new X-Series Walkman is no exception. Nostalgia aside, you'll find a soft spot for this player when you see everything it can do for you.
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Nokia Surge 6790
by wubayou, 2009-08-07

Not everyone can afford a smartphone. Or can they? The Nokia Surge 6790 challenges this view with its low price and appealing design. Keep reading as we take a close look at how much smartphone you can get for so little money.
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Wii Sports Resort
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The Wii gaming console from Nintendo is known for its highly interactive and fun games. One of its newest titles, Wii Sports Resort, fits right into this characterization. Keep reading for a closer look at this addition to the Wii lineup.
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SEOBook Toolbar Review
by Ivan Strouchliak, 2009-08-12

Aaron Wall of SEObook .com has released a new SEO Toolbar for Firefox. In this article we will review the toolbar in detail and show you why you should start using it now.
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The Five Most Important Things You Can Do with Google Webmaster Tools
by Codex-M, 2009-08-11

One of the most important tools available to any webmaster is Google Webmaster tools. This is a FREE tool from Google, and its sole purpose is characterizing and diagnosing website technical-related issues. The objective is to make the website as search engine friendly as possible, not only for Google but other search engines as well. A search engine friendly website will then have no problems in rankings and maximize visitors' site experiences.
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Maximizing Your Site`s Long Tail Keyword Traffic
by Codex-M, 2009-08-10

Have you heard the term "long tail traffic" but don't know what it is? Or perhaps you do know what it is, but you figure it doesn't apply to your site's traffic because you haven't done any SEO around long tail keywords? Keep reading. Not only will this article explain what long tail keywords are, but it will also tell you why you should be paying attention to them - and how they may already be affecting your site's traffic a lot more than you give them credit for.
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Web Hosting Goes Green
by Joe Eitel, 2009-08-12

If you're of the opinion that going green is just a "fad," think again. The green movement is gaining popularity and finding its way into all aspects of our lives, from the food we eat to the websites we view. That's right; the websites we choose to view and support can now have a major affect on the environment as well.
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Web Hosting Technology Overview
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Have you ever wondered how the technology that powers the Internet and the web actually works? There are specific protocols in place that allow web surfers to find the pages they're looking for and see them in the way their builders intended. Keep reading to find out how the net keeps running smoothly.
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Other Uses for Your Web Hosting Server
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-29

Welcome to the third article in a three-part series on hosting your own web sites. Now that you have installed your very own server, you have opened a whole new realm of possibilities for yourself and your business. Servers are very powerful computers that are capable of far more than just hosting one or two websites for your company. Relatively speaking, your websites should barely even scratch the surface of the capabilities of a typical server.
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Should Your Site Celebrate?
by KC Morgan, 2009-08-12


Businesses, calendars and schools all make it a point to celebrate certain seasons and special days on an annual basis. At certain times of the year, many places will close, hold parties or offer special events so that everyone can enjoy the holiday and festivity of a certain calendar event. These events are often a big part of many people's lives, both personally and professionally. But should this celebratory feeling extend to all things, even into the online world? In other words, should your site celebrate the holidays, too?
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Let Your Visitors Write the Content
by KC Morgan, 2009-08-10

Does your web site seem to lack something essential to attract visitors - namely content? And worse, do you not know where that content is going to come from? Fear not. This article will discuss an option you may not have considered before: letting your visitors write the content.
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An Introduction to Google 411
by Katie Gatto, 2009-08-07

Google is one of those companies that seem to be expanding out in every direction that you can think of. One of its new projects is Google 411. Keep reading for all the details, and for what you can get out of it.
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Building a Generic Model for the CodeIgniter PHP Framework
by Alejandros Gervasio, 2009-08-12

Welcome to the first part of an eight-part series that, as you can tell from the title, shows you how to build a generic model class for CodeIgniter. In this part, I start by building an abstract model class that extends the native default model provided by CodeIgniter. This is a bare bones model, but I will provide it with more functionality in upcoming parts of the series.
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10 Must Have Firefox Improvements
by Joe Eitel, 2009-08-05

If you wish your browser could do more for you, guess what? If you use Firefox, it can. The question is, what exactly do you want it to do? The improvements featured in this article should give you some ideas.
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PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: What is it?
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-29

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GM Wants Your Opinion. No, Really.

The challenging economic climate is forcing everyone to rethink how they do business and auto manufacturers are no exception. General Motors came through the humbling experience of bankruptcy with some new ideas: why not ask customers and potential customers what they want in a car while you're designing it? Thus The Lab was born.

Described as part social-marketing campaign and part product research, The Lab is a website where GM shares some of its designs and invites users to provide feedback. It currently features three concepts: a bare necessities compact car, a bare necessities truck, and a green initiative to find out what consumers look for in a more ecological vehicle. Short videos on all three of these concepts explains what the designers are aiming at and invite comments from users; the one for the bare necessities compact car, for example, explains that trade-offs may need to be made in the name of efficiency, and asks what consumers consider to be essential in a vehicle while recognizing that one person's necessity may be another's frivolous extra. So far, the comments have been flooding in, and most of them reflect constructive ideas and some very cool out-of-the-box thinking.

Like a social networking site, The Lab invites users to sign up and create a profile. Those who do so will get access to new designs, both through e-mail and in-person events. Of course, GM isn't giving away the family jewels; we're talking about intellectual property after all, and the auto business is still pretty competitive. But if we have ideas that need some final tweaking, or an idea so crazy we know nobody would copy it, or we have a patent but arent sure how appealing the product would be, well let you tell us, GM notes on The Lab. Welcome to the twenty-first century, GM.

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Racing to the Moon for Google Prize

Sometimes it seems like you can solve any problem if you throw enough money at it. That's how NASA landed men on the moon the first time. Now, 36 years after the last human visited the moon in person, private companies and individuals are getting involved thanks to the $20 million Google Lunar X Prize. First announced nearly two years ago, the contest has 19 teams competing from all over the world. The winner must land a rover on the moon that will then drive 500 meters, turn around, and photograph its landing site. No government involvement is permitted. Oh, and there's one more catch: it must be done before the end of 2012. The team that pulls it off first wins $10 million. Second place gets $5 million, and the final $5 million will be doled out in bonuses for finding items from past moon missions.

The 19 teams represent a diversity of people, organizations, and approaches. Team Frednet, for example, maintains a wiki to which anyone can contribute, regardless of whether they're a team member. They believe this open source approach will give them an edge. Other teams boast members who have successfully competed in DARPA's autonomous vehicle challenges, in the hope applying that knowledge to the moon rover. Some teams are even finding unique ways to raise money, such as Synergy Moon, which is offering to take donors' DNA to the moon for $10,000.

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Latest 3D Printer Hits the Market

If you enjoy making things from scratch, you might enjoy working with a 3-D printer. These ingenious devices shape plastic blobs into well, just about anything you want. Now Makerbot is shipping one that makes the devices very accessible to the public. Bre Pettis, Makerbot's co-founder, notes that Engineers, architects and designers are getting [Makerbots] to turn the things of their imagination into real, physical objects.

Makerbot also boasts an active online community where users trade tips and designs. The Makerbot 3-D printer comes as a kit; it costs $750 for the basic model, and $950 for the deluxe version. Fortunately, assembly doesn't call for much beyond a soldering iron and some basic skills, because most of the electronic parts are pre-assembled. Makerbot can handle two kinds of plastic: ABS, which Lego makes its blocks out of, and HDPE, familiar to most people as the stuff used to make milk jugs. Users can create objects up to 4 by 4 by 6 inches in size.

So what can you create with Makerbot? Bracelets. Salt and pepper shakers. A plug for your bathtub. A Utah teapot (an inside joke in the computer graphics industry). But best of all, since the Makerbot is open source, many designs for things you can make with it are available online, so if you're stuck for ideas you can try someone else's. Just check out Thingiverse, the site where Makerbot users congregate and share their designs. You never know what you'll find; some designs, such as the one of Walt Disney's head (with a brain model inside) border on the truly bizarre.

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