Top 10 Javascript slideshows, carousels and sliders

When you're looking for a very eye-candy way to display your content, slideshows are always a good choice. Here's our selection of 10 cross-platform, absolutely stunning slideshows, carousels and sliders, based on Mootools, JQuery, Yahoo! User Interface, and Script.aculo.us.


Mootools scripts for enhancing your html forms

You know it: Forms are one of the most important part of a website. But forms also require a lot of work. Happilly, the excellent Javascript framework Mootools is here to help: Here's 10 scripts to enhance your forms, both visually and functionally.


Noobslide tutorial: advanced slideshow (sample 7)

Some time ago, I wrote a tutorial about the first sample of Noobslide exemples. Now, I'm going to show you how to create an advanced slideshow, with clickable snapshots. In the noobslide exemples, this is the 7th sample.


100 Vim commands every programmer should know

Since the 70's, Vi is one of the programmer's best friend. Nevermind you're new to Vi or not, here's a big list of 100 useful commands, organized by topic, which will make your coder life better.


6 html and javascript codes to crash IE6

Who doesn't hate IE6? Sadly, developers have to deal with that obsolete browser due to the still important amount of people using it.
Here is a small non-exhaustive list of html and Javascript codes that will totally crash IE.
After all, this browser is such a pain for developers, that we have the right to avenge us from time to time;)


How to: Using Python and Google to find hundreds of e-mail adresses

Who never received lots of unwanted messages on their e-mail? Certainly, few of us. You probably know it, you should never leave your email address in a web page. To understand why, I propose you to study this small Python script, which will scan the Google search for e-mail addresses. You may be surprised by how much results it will get.


Python: 50 modules for all needs

One thing I really love with the Python programming language is its incredible extensibility. Here's a list of 50 awesome modules for Python, covering almost all needs: Databases, GUIs, Images, Sound, OS interaction, Web, and more.