06.20.2004 - Creating Hosted Favelets
A visitor to the site dropped me an email over the weekend expressing their interest in the favelets I've written and inquired as to whether or not I had ever written up any documentation on the techniques I employ when developing them. I responded that I had not, but that I thought that it would be a good idea for me to do so.
So, here goes - my first article on slayeroffice, discounting the one I wrote long ago detailing how to write a comment system without a database (long lost otherwise I'd link to it). Phew, what a miserable failure that was...not so much in concept as it was in practice. An interesting experiment at any rate. But I digress.
Creating Hosted Favelets goes over many of the common issues I have run into when writing applications of this sort, and gives tips on how to avoid them. It is by no means an end-all-be-all article on favelet creation and I will give you fair warning that I am in no way a skilled writer or even a very good teacher, but I hope that the information contained within will prove useful.
If there is anything you feel I left out, any question you feel is unanswered or there is anything you think I need to go into more detail on please let me know and I will certainly address it.
Posted by chris on June 21, 2004 @ 4:09 pm
Posted by Steve on June 21, 2004 @ 4:12 pm
Thanks again for providing these great scripts.
Posted by Aaron on June 21, 2004 @ 7:57 pm
Posted by Andrew Wooldridge on June 23, 2004 @ 7:15 am
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