Nathan White announced the mootools 1.2.3 release today. This is to be the last version prior to bumping everything into mootools 2.0. Although mootools 1.2.3 is mostly about bug fixing, it does introduce an important feature: “Element: MooTools compatibility mode: the $ function is only defined if no pre-existing $ function is found. If an existing $ function is found,… Read more →
Just a quick update, in case you missed it: mootools 1.2.2 is out, mostly a bug fixing release. Also, the new mootools-more is out. So… check them out.
I have always dreamt about going to events like The Ajax Experience in Boston because I am a sad person; but also because you get to mee^H^H^Hsee people like John Resig of Mozilla (and er, author of a little thing called jQuery) and Aaron Newton, the CNET coder that brought mootools out of oblivion and mediocrity and continues to strive… Read more →
I have always regarded PHP frameworks that adhered to MVC standards and templating engines with inherent mistrust… No, that’s putting it too mildly. In fact, I really really really hated the idea. Let’s face it, somebody coming up with a legitimate way / reason to turn a simple page update on a site into a process that involves editing 4-5… Read more →