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Learn to make CSS Based websites with PHP and AJAX from scratch workshop February 13, 2007

If you are looking for a workshop that combines the three latest technologies in webmosphere. Now here is your chance to learn from the experts.

On February 25,  You can learn how to make tableless CSS website from scratch, get started in PHP and move on to the basics of AJAX.

CSS based websites, can give you better cross-browser compatibility, portability and flexibility on most browsers, highly scalable designs, fast loading sites, better for SEO purposes and more.

AJAX gives you seamless integration of server-side scripting with client-side javascript. So you get to pull data from servers without page reloads.

PHP will …

Google sitemaps recognized by Yahoo! and Microsoft November 21, 2006

It’s amazingly true that the three giants collaborated on the sitemaps.org project recognizing google sitemaps file standard.

Google sitemaps was opened to webmasters around june 2005, allowing sites owners to feed pages for inclusion in Google’s Web Index with the hope that Google Sitemaps will help in gathering pages faster than the traditional crawling alone. These feeds also let site owners indicate how often pages change or should be revisited.

Having proved of it’s usefulness for both webmasters and Google since the day of it’s introduction, Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft acknowlegde it and launched a joint website called sitemaps.org, that includes …

Web 2.0 Apps April 5, 2006

Oppsss! you might be wondering what are these, i am posting here several web 2.0 Application i found on the web just keep me updated on few new applications aside from the populcar ones lick flickr, and others….

If you think you can share an insight on the listed applications, you can leave a comment to them, i’ve separated them on a different subject line for that purpose…  =)

Web 2.0 Apps: Renkoo the Social Planner

I just came across this application somewhere while googling the web. Don’t know much about it, but have read and got a little idea that it’s something like a social planning application which allows people to discuss and build up a plan? not sure yet..

hehe but the idea is quite nice though, as i can understand, an individual can gather a group of people from different locations into Renkoo and discuss and plan events, and when a good plan has come in place the moderator can now close the planning, have the members know what the final plan is, save …

Web 2.0 apps: Oyogi the question and answer Specialist

I learned from eHub that Oyogi is just somewhat a question and answer type application though taken to the next level, Oyogi app helps individuals from their quest to get answers to questions by interacting with experts, these experts are called yogis (interesting word, now i wonder where that word came from?). Oyogi has also some kind of web based instant messaging for interaction of the oyogis ang the questor. And of course you can search the archives! hmm just thinking of an extended forum?

Not bad for another web 2.0 application.

Web 2.0 Apps: Lulu the Self Publishing Application

Lulu is then again another web 2.0 application which allows it’s user to publish their own products? yeah, and ofcourse Lulu get’s a commission and the seller get’s most of the profit.

So the auctioneers out there might as well try it out! Maybe Lulu is trying to get in they way of ebay? hmm not sure yet…

Maybe sometime later we will compare this applications, hmmm i’ll think about that…

Ruby On Rails Philippines ????? February 27, 2006

It seems like jason has his dreams on creating a Ruby On Rails Philippines User Group… Check Out His Blog on Design Amplified. Hope on what his planning turned out well since he is totally out of his mind!!!

updated by: randy (I’m taking the links out having found that the links on this post are already dead.)

Kabarkada and Web 2.0 February 26, 2006

So since Web 2.0, happens to be now the hype of the web. From traditional HTML to valid XHTML, from TABLES to DIVS, From font tags to CSS declarations. When we got Perl, then PHP and now Ruby On Rails. We have DHTML and now AJAX. We here at kabarkada we’ll be working out our own applications sooner under this circle. Putting out more architecture and design on top of each development.

Just like our buddy andrew here usually say “Work smart, not Harder”. Work-time, Training, Planning will not fit with each other if you don’t work smarter. Release Fast- Release …