Linked by Kroc Camen on Fri 13th Feb 2009 22:26 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones Bespin is an experimental in-browser text/source-editor created by Mozilla Labs. Using any modern web browser (that means no IE, obviously), you can edit your projects from any computer, or with the added flexibility of the web - such as online collaboration, decentralisation, and extensibility. Read more for Kroc's review.
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by StephenBeDoper on Sat 14th Feb 2009 02:46 UTC
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But there was one flaw, that still persists to today -- email links on webpages still open in the local client, instead of the webmail site.

I think that's one of the (many) reasons why contact forms have largely superseded mailto: links. Of course, that doesn't fix the problem if you get a mailto link inside an EMail message.

Would it not be lovely to get rid of a lot of the FTP cycling for the sake of modifying a few lines of code?

That's what SSH and command-line text editors are for ;)

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by Lennie on Sat 14th Feb 2009 08:40 in reply to "$0.02"
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I've noticed not all web-developers are great with the commandline, so are very good with Photoshop though.

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by ion29n on Sat 14th Feb 2009 12:32 in reply to "RE: $0.02"
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I love command line ... (work on linux every day and so...)
and ...
I can use Photoshop fluently ... (with virtualbox)

my non-static "web apps" are xhtml strict compliant,
i work with agencies every day, and i care about semantic, and because you noticed English is not my native language ( Frenchy ;-) ), i can assure you that with a brain, a lot is possible...

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