A very handle page to check if flash, etc is up to date – Plugin Check.
I thought I’d evaluate mod_pagespeed. Unfortunately it broke my self-hosted openID login (via phpMyID). So don’t do it.
There are easily half a dozen of factors you need to consider when picking an app server: the choice of the VM, implementation model, performance and memory usage, driver and library availability, community support, and so forth. In other words, it is a complex set of requirements, and no one solution is likely to meet …
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Hardening PHP on linux to increase security is a complex process involving a plethora of settings. A while back I developed a script in order to check for any security settings that were out of place. via idontplaydarts.com | PHP & LAMP Stack Security.
Scrappy is an easy (and hopefully fun) way of scraping, spidering, and/or harvesting information from web pages. Internally Scrappy uses the awesome Web::Scraper and WWW::Mechanize modules so as such Scrappy imports its awesomeness. Scrappy is inspired by the fun and easy-to-use Dancer API. Beyond being a pretty API for WWW::Mechanize::Plugin::Web::Scraper, Scrappy also has its own …
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I really like this new Google Labs feature in GMail: As the title suggests, it turns the favicon into biff!