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"Ideas of March" Blogging Refresh
March 15, 2012 @ 09:13:23

This time last year, several members of the PHP (and wider) community wrote up blog posts titled "The Ideas of March". The idea was to blog about blogging and try to kickstart others and encourage them to get back on to blogging again. Here's a list of the people who have posted so far:

This list will be updated throughout the day as more posts show up. Have a post you don't see mentioned here? Let me know!

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Refresh.ca Seeks Dogbook PHP/Java Developer (Toronto, Ontario)
July 07, 2008 @ 07:53:29

Company Refresh.ca
Location Toronto, Ontario (Spadina/Queen)
Title Dogbook PHP/Java Developer
Summary

Refresh Partners is looking for a PHP/Java developer to join the Dogbook engineering team. Dogbook, Catbook and the other Poolhouse properties are the premiere pet Facebook applications with 2.5 Million installed users. The candidate should be able to work on web-based projects using a PHP front-end, MySQL and Java back-ends, and with some CSS / HTML experience with Smarty templates. The candidate will work out of Refresh's new offices at Spadina Avenue and Queen Street. This is an exciting opportunity to work with one of the top Facebook applications. Duties will include updating and expanding the functionality of Dogbook, Catbook and other Poolhouse properties.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 3 years PHP programming
  • Good understanding of Java programming
  • Good understanding of MySQL
  • Familiarities with XML, CSS, HTML and good documentation skills are a plus
  • Excellent communication skills and dependability (no crack-heads please)
  • Computer Science/Engineering degree preferred

Compensation

This is a full-time position and the compensation package is very competitive. Flex time, casual work environment and a great office location.

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Zend Developer Zone:
AJAX Chat Tutorial Part 7 Usability Improvements
January 15, 2007 @ 11:38:00

The Zend Developer Zone has posted part seven of their series covering the development of an Ajax chat application. This time,. they're focusing on some of the final touches - usability improvements.

To start we need to make the chat messages automatically refresh at fixed intervals without requiring user input. We will also add a small message to let the user know when a background request is active. To finish up we remove the necessity of using the "Say It!" button to submit new chat messages.

They show how to make the chat window refresh at an interval (rather than manually), how to have the application tell the user it's doing something (like "loading"), and adding a keypress event to handle the user pressing the enter key to send off their message.

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