Google Chrome is supposed to work well with every single ajax-based applications. But surprisingly, it seems to fail loading some facebook apps. For example the Facbook Blog RSS Feed reader, it was taking extremely long time to load. And I assumed the page didn’t load at all. The page was loaded pretty fast on Firefox, which took less than few seconds.
Archive for September, 2008
Lets say you’re on a shared hosting, or you’re only a programmer which you have NO control at all on the error warning messages output by PHP, such as those E_WARNING, E_ALL, E_STRICT etc.
Cloaking is black hat SEO that we always hate, especially running wordpress that always gets hacked with spam links injection at the bottom of your footer page.
I’ve developed great passion in developing applications in ajax since it was introduced a couple of years ago. And of course over the Internet now, they’ve been tons of ajax-based applications. And the only ajax app that I’ve got online is my own-developed Ask Alexia search engine
One of the features on Google Chrome is to allow you to customize your own search engine to forward the search to when you type the search keywords on the address bar on top. Go to the little tool and then options, you’ll see the windows popped as follows:
Various questions have surfaced such as whether this new Chrome Browser can kill those already famous such as IE, Mozilla Firefox etc. It seems to say that the Chrome is meant for browsing applications instead of browsing web pages only.
A few months ago, a co-worker from a partner company was asking me how to setup a portal for the company to let those employees to upload their captured video files on those construction sites, to be shared on this portal for other employees to view.