I decided to implement an HTML5 Form validation for one project I was working on recently, and came across several interesting quirks with the implementation across Opera 11.11, Chrome 12 Beta and Firefox 4.0.1.
First off, the basic thing I realized needed to do was check if validation worked at all, so I created my form, slapped on a few “required” attributes on some fields and fired of the form submission. Here is the basic form below along with the HTML and CSS references so we know what we are working with Continue reading “HTML5 Form Validation Quirks: Opera, Chrome And Firefox”
According to many site statistics such as StatCounter, Firefox ranks high as Ghana’s number 1 browser of choice, although choice really has little to do with it. Continue reading “Firefox Dominates Browser Wars in Ghana”
Over the past year or so, I have been wondering about the state of Java Applets with respect to the whole web2.0 transformation and the current RIA war that is going on between the major RIA players. I kept wondering whether or not Applets could compete. Basically with the release of Java 6 update 10, some semblance of hope was brought back into applet development.
Continue reading “Java Applets Are Still Alive”