Tag: yui

Magma Digital at LAMP and Beyond

Web development has an ever-changing landscape with new technologies emerging every day. Choosing which technologies to adopt and invest in can be a daunting task, which is why we firmly believe in getting involved in the community that surrounds your programming language and development approaches. If you would like to know more about a particular technology

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Catch up, social networking, new staff …

It’s been ages since I’ve blogged, partly since I’ve continued to keep up with twitter.com, which is a little like blogging but in text message size bites – some call it your life between blog posts. We’ve included a feed on the right hand side of this site or follow me or Priscilla directly. Along

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GeekUp Leeds: YUI Javascript Evolved?

We’ve started to use the Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) a lot here at Magma and so I was intrigued when the Leeds branch of GeekUp were having Christian Heilmann from Yahoo! to speak about it. Whilst Christian’s talk was an introduction to the YUI posing the question Javascript Evolved?, it was fairly basic for anyone

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New Staff – again!

As usual things are busy round here, however, things are getting better since we’ve added two new staff again. Firstly at the beginning of last month, Phil Wastell joined us as a Web Developer and has already started to have direct impact on my over-heavy work load. Phil already knows quite a bit of PHP,

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