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Mobile Browser Hack – Android, WebKit and Javascript/AJAX Trim() Functions!

Here’s a quick note on mobile browsers like Android, WebKit. Based on my testing, it seems that string trim() function is not supported.

I was trying to do something like:

if(mystring.trim()==”0″) etc…etc…

That won’t work in mobile browsers for some reason but you can do something like it using match instead: if(mystring.match(/0/)) etc…etc…

I don’t know exactly why trim() isn’t supported fully on mobile browsers but for those of you who have problems with your website that works on desktop browsers but

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Twitter API DIY – How to Get Started with Twitter API and PHP!

Over the last whole week, I’ve been super busy developing my new Twitter app site, I think it will be HUGE and a very useful site for Twitters.

Along the way, my coding for Twitter API has improved and I wanted to share you all the details on the resources I used.  I wrote the “Complete HOWTO Guide to Twitter API and PHP/AJAX” over at my TweetHacking blog so check it out for those of you trying your debut at a new Twitter site.

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Web Designer DIY – How to Design Drop-Down Menus!

As a web designer, I can hardly find enough time nor space to put nicely designed drop-down menus.  Part of the reason why even this site lacks drop down menus is the fact that it would slow the site down greatly, as it’s slowing down too much due to too much information.

On the bright side, drop-down menus can come in handy for users to navigate your site.  There’s a lot of old javascript ones and the new CSS & AJAX ones that I like.

Smashing Magazine doesn’t get into the nitty gritty javascript and CSS but they do g

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E-store DIY – How to Make an AJAX 1-Click Shopping Cart using Shopify E-Commerce!

Okay, today I will show you how to make an AJAX a-Click shopping cart using Shopify.com, an e-commerce hosting company I have used over and over for last couple years.

First, let me tell you I have done my research on various different shopping carts as I have made shopping carts for different companies.

So far, the best and simplest shopping cart/hosting is Shopify.  I’ve tried X-cart and OScommerce but they need WAY too much customizati

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Zedomax.Net Web2.0 Crunch…

Here’s this week’s wrap up of Web2.0 companies and ramblings over at .Net:

Craigslist needs to update their graphicsGoogle Adsense will be available for RSS feeds, more money for bloggers.

Jobirn, a new type of

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Nokia 8800 Arte – For Show and no Go!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUTk0AiZQNg

Well, I have to tell you the truth now. The truth? I did get to test all the Nokia 8800 series at the Nokia booth couple weeks ago at Web 2.0 Expo 2008.

The reason why I didn’t post my pics or videos is partly I didn’t have time to and also because the web browsers on the new Nokia are so horrible. They are not even recommended for any kind of web brows

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HTC Diamond, is this for real now?

Ever since the invent of iPhones, most other cellphone manufacturers have become obsolete in terms of “web browsing” capability.  HTC, usually based on Windows Mobile, have kept surprising me with their outdated mobile IE browser that does not support any of Web2.0 technologies including AJAX.

Well, as a previous owner of HTC, I hope they finally move onto another mobile OS platform like the Android from Google, or they will ultimately fail to capture attention of fast-move

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Web2.0 Expo 2008 – SpringNote – Wiki-based Online Notes

HeeKyong Yoon from SpringNote.com, was nice enough to chat with me on their cool “wiki” product, SpringNote:

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VAq7Q_LeBI

FYI, SpringNote.com is a subsidiary of NcSoft.com, the creators of legendary online game, Lineage.

Well, I tried out SpringNote, here’s a screenshot:

It’s very simpl

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Web2.0 Expo 2008 – Adobe Flex, will it be the next Web3.0?

Adobe Flex, will it be the next generation technology for Web 3.0? It’s hard to tell at this point as SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for flash or flex has not proven to be great. Although you could make an opinion that flash or flex can be embedded in an HTML page, that’s still no where close to RSS and tags that blogs offer.

Today, I met when Steven (Stephen) Harris from WebSpiders.com, a Global IT Outsourcing company that specializes in development of Adobe Flex and AJAX web applications.

Steven was nice en

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Web2.0 Expo 2008 – SpinScape.com Launched – new “Digital Collaboration” Tool!

I was taking a smoke break in front of Web2.0 Expo and saw these people marching with funky white wigs on. Well, at first I thought they were protesting but one of the protestors did reach out and speak to me about what’s behind their “guerilla campaign” as seen in the video below.

I also scored close beta invitations to SpinScape.com. If you want the invite code for the private beta, simply watch the video here:

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AOqWLp1dpE

So, I decided to try out what this “pr

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