Improvements in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, from a frontend webdevelopers point of view, part 1: javascript

Sometimes I have wondered just what the h**l they were thinking over at Microsoft: their flagship development tool just didn’t perform and deliver what you would expect from a tool of that caliber. That was before the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (VS 2010)! I will try to write about features in VS 2010 which makes Continue reading

Getting started with coding your own scripts for the Greasemonkey addOn for Firefox

Greasmonkey addOn for Firefox will make it possibel to add extra features to your Firefox without much efford. If you know your javascript, DOM, CSS, HTML – well, basically if you are a professionel internet frontend developer – you should be able to extend Firefox with the tools that you find on the net (if Continue reading