Archive for the 'XHTML' Category

Did someone say March?

Saturday, August 25th, 2007

Jeez, 5 months and not a post. It’s not like I haven’t been doing anything. Let see. First there was Reel Ideas Studio back in April-May. I was project manager, technical lead, client liaison and creative for a bit. I am happy with how the project turned out. We are going to continue development on […]

Rouxbe…what’s that?

Wednesday, January 17th, 2007

Since August 2006 I have been working with the excellent folks at Rouxbe. Specifically I have been involved in the design and development of the Flash based video players. Gagan Diesh, who got me involved in the project, has a nice post about Rouxbe on his DesignStamp blog. I am going to take the liberty […]

Outclicks Pepper hack

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

I have started using Shaun Inman’s fabulous Mint stats package for about a month and half. It’s a great app. One of the really cool things about Mint is Pepper, Mint’s plugin API. There is an emerging Pepper plugin community out there. One Pepper that intrigued me was Outclicks by Andrew Sutherland. It works fantastic […]

Flickr Google Module Update

Saturday, February 25th, 2006

It has been a while since I messed with my Flickr Google module. This is mostly because I went down a wrong path exploring the NSXL API as a way to inline the module. I have sine found a script that is better suited to my needs (pulling specific data from the XML for later […]

Google Module Example : NXSL API

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

This example will discuss how to use the NXSL API within a google module. The following code imports the NXSL API, uses _IG_FetchContent() to make a REST request of a Flickr service and processes the returned XML document. <script src=”http://www.google.com/js/nxsl.1.js” type=”text/javascript”></script> <script type=”text/javascript”>   _IG_FetchContent(‘http://www.flickr.com/services/rest/ ?api_key=YourKey&method=flickr.people.findByUsername &username=brettf’, function (responseText){     var nxsl = xmlParse(responseText)     var user_id = […]