Here’s my weekly roundup of development-related goodness from around the web:
- Ars Technica had a good article on their experience with Diasopra’s private alpha test. Definitely an interesting read.
- As the W3C continues to publish the draft spec for HTML5, it’s interesting to see what comes out. I stumbled across cross-page messaging.
- NetTuts covered 10 CSS3 properties that are worth checking out (because you may not be using them!).
- WebAppers covered SlideNote this week. Always appreciative of that.
- Six Revisions had a great article on the history of CSS resets. If you’re not familiar with them (or even why we have them), then this is a good, quick read.
- Uploading files in web applications isn’t exactly an unsolved problems, but seeing a new plugin for Rails called Paperclip makes for an fun watch.