1eWEEK Labs: Jim Rapoza’s Top Five Web Application Developments of the Year
Maintaining its tradition as the most innovative Web browser of recent years, Opera 9 has once again set the bar high when it comes to new capabilities and improving and extending the experience of using the Web and the Internet.
2eWEEK Labs: Jim Rapoza`s Top Five Web Application Developments of the Year – SharePoint Server 2007
Office SharePoint Server 2007 will be a welcome upgrade from previous versions of the platform, including a cornucopia of new template options for quickly building a wide variety of Web sites, portals and community pages as well as much-improved workflow
3eWEEK Labs: Jim Rapoza`s Top Five Web Application Developments of the Year – WordPress 2.05
The added ability to create a new category directly from the post-writing interface should be standard in any blogging system. An improved roles system for users replaces previous versions bizarro level system, and the post preview area now actually refl
4eWEEK Labs: Jim Rapoza`s Top Five Web Application Developments of the Year – Firefox 2.0
eWEEK Labs found Firefox 2.0 to have the greatest out-of-the-box usability of any Web browser that we have tested. From improvements in tabbed window management to built-in spell checking to integrated search aids, new features make it very easy for any u
5eWEEK Labs: Jim Rapoza`s Top Five Web Application Developments of the Year – Microsoft IIS 7
The improvements in IIS 7 are all worthwhile, based on eWEEK Labs tests, and should ease the task of managing and securing the Web server while making it possible to build rich and dynamic applications on top of it.