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More articles by Bryan Rasmussen

Author Bio
Bryan Rasmussen has been employed by the Danish Government's Data Standardization Project OIOXML with an overview of Core XML and Web technologies, as well as the Danish subset of UBL. He currently works for Software Innovation, one of the Danish Government authorized distributors of FESD Software.
For Web UI | January 6, 2009
Here are some shortcuts that work in the Google Chrome browser.
For Open Source Zone | August 13, 2008
You can generate XForms in OpenOffice from sample input—as long as you're aware of the technique's limitations.
For Web UI | July 15, 2008
Microsoft has released a number of new Windows Vista fonts, for use in web development.
For Open Source Zone | June 13, 2008
Discover how to design and customize XForms in OpenOffice.
For Tip Bank | April 18, 2007
Lots of people use online email like Gmail nowadays, but one functionality these types of email hosts lack is the ability to refer to a group of contacts and have every email in that group receive the mail.
Find out how to use hotkeys and JavaScript together.
For User Interface Design | April 18, 2007
Find out how to draw a transparent window which allows all mouse events on the window to fall through to the underlying windows, put informative text in the window.
For DevX | March 7, 2007
If you are the type of person who finds keyboard inputs such as HotKeys convenient for controlling Windows, read on. AutoHotKey is a simple scripting language that will allow you to extend HotKey functionality and send inputs to applications.
For Web Development Zone | August 26, 2003
You're not limited to the familiar asynchronous pluggable protocols (APPs) such as ftp://, http://, and javascript:// that are built into Windows; you can implement your own protocols, add them to Windows' recognized protocol list, and then use them from any application—and you can implement your protocol in any language. This article uses the Rebol scripting language to create a protocol that works similarly to the javascript:// protocol, compiling and evaluating arbitrary Rebol statements and displaying the results.
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