Testing diggZ-Et in Multiple Browsers

June 1st, 2008

Every, day as always, I use both Opera and Firefox browsers simultaneously. I have a dual screen setup so it’s addictive to do separate tasks on each screen. Every day I seem to find a new reason for why Firefox is so much better than Opera. Yet I still use Opera every day even though it becomes more and more painful with each new update they put out. As I was testing the newest version of diggZ-Et today I noticed in opera it would slow down my blog’s homepage. It would literally take twenty seconds to load, being the same result every time. At first I thought, geese something in my code must be choking WordPress. So I load it in Firefox and my blog homepage loads in three seconds. I think Opera’s system for handling JavaScript is the culprit, as I have noticed it handles JavaScript much slower than other browsers. So I decided to test diggZ-Et in all the mainstream browsers to see how the performance differentiates between browsers.

phpCheckZ 1.1.0 Released

May 26th, 2008

Today we have released phpCheckZ 1.1.0. There are quite a few changes and several bug fixes in this release. We have added a new bridge for phpBB 3.0.1. We cleaned up the documentation a little. We add a new step in the setup document, which is required for “Include Mode” to work properly. We also added a credits section to the admin, to give our thanks to all third party support. You can read more about the changes and bug fixes here in the changelog.