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Formee helps you create HTML forms for your website

Formee is a ready-made framework for quickly developing and deploying forms. That's a fancy description of what is, essentially, a couple of nice CSS files and a demo HTML file. Formee contains a single piece of JavaScript -- which is a way to plug the software itself via Twitter -- and that's all. I don't know ... that fancy graphic had me expecting something much cooler. I was waiting for some...

SproutCore gets huge buzz ahead of MobileMe launch

Since it was revealed that Apple's recently-announced .mac replacement, MobileMe, was partially built on something called SproutCore, the buzz around this hot new JavaScript framework has been growing. Although this is the first that many people will have heard about it, SproutCore has actually been around for a while, powering services like .mac's Mobile Galleries. Now it's getting so much...

Zend and Google mashup in PHP

The Zend PHP framework will now play nice with Google Data in a collaborative effort that puts the elves to shame. The component built by Google and Zend lives in the top level and not under Zend_service, which makes it more accessible and is mostly because the Gdata service is a protocol of its own, not merely a service wrapper. Google's component isn't the first to be included and follows the...

New Microsoft tool brings .net to VB6

If you have applications written in Visual Basic 6 (VB6) it would force you to rewrite the entire thing to bring it into Visual Basic.net. Have no fear, an add-in tool from Microsoft is here. Microsoft's Interop Forms Toolkit 1.0 (free download) is an add-in for VB6 that will bring .net WinForms to your VB6 application. Microsoft's goal here was to help developers stuck between both worlds to...

The Qcodo PHP framework

Anyone who has used Ruby on Rails or another similar scaffolding technology know how powerful it can be. Helping web developers cut down on coding time by using ActiveRecord technology to quickly wire-up databases is a great idea and makes sense for programmers. Qcodo is a PHP 5 open-source framework that aims to provide this same functionality for PHP developers. An article on the site suggests...