Archive for April, 2010
One of the core components of any web application is the HTTP processing that is used to pass information back and forth between the client and the server. This book will help you to use the right processing for your task. RESTful Web Services Cookbook
With any language that develops over time there are both good parts and bad parts. Things originally thought to be a good idea at the start turn out not to be. The difficulty comes in being able to tell the difference, as this book clearly demonstrates. HTML & CSS The Good Parts
This book will help you to decide whether a reputation system is appropriate for your site and if so what sort of reputation system it should be. Building Web Reputation Systems
For some unknown reason when I first started writing mainframe JCL articles I ended up writing quite a few about Generation Data Groups of which this one was the first. What is a GDG?
A minor change to the code of my Paypal IPN script (one extra line of code) means that it can now handle multiple product processing from the one form using checkboxes to select the products. You just need to have files for all the combinations to be able to send any combination as a single […]