Archive for June 2009

Adventures in Opera Unite

Posted on June 24, 2009, 10:53, in Development, Opera Unite | 8 Comments

Opera recently released Opera Unite claiming to reinvenet the web. I have used Opera Unite the latest week, and been playing around developing for it just as long. Heres what I think about it and have learned so far.

My favourite guitarists

Posted on June 15, 2009, 19:48, in Music, Personal | No Comments

As anyone who barely know me knows, I’m very passionate regarding music, and even more when it comes to guitars – which for me is the instrument which the best allows a single player to express himself. So this post goes out to generally all musicians and music-lovers out there, and specifically to all of […]

Tip of the day: A good old SSH-timesaver

Posted on June 10, 2009, 10:50, in Tip of the day | No Comments

Combining SSH-aliases with public key authentication, and then I reduced the amount of typing by about 34 chars (from 41 to 7) for each time I connect to one of my usual SSH-servers. In a day that’ll probably save enough time to go and get me a nice cold beer. Mmm! Ah, those little things 🙂

table-row-highlighter.js – now as jQuery-plugin

Posted on June 6, 2009, 14:37, in Web development | 1 Comment

In an effort to make it easier integratable to existing environments, I have now created a jQuery-plugin as well. Thanks to Mats as well for suggesting it! See the original blogpost – for information of the concept – or go straight to the demo-page or jquery-demo-page to watch it in action.

table-row-highlighter.js

Posted on June 4, 2009, 00:50, in User-experience, Web development | 4 Comments

This article is about my solution to an issue/request mentioned in my “Usability-tips for your application (Part I)” regarding highlighting corresponding table-rows when keys are pressed.

Take a look at the demo-page and play a little around.