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May 12, 2008
Stephen Kellett

Tab controls and tree/grid controls – why change them?

In this post I’m going to describe some of the changes we’ve been making to the user interface of our software tools and also why […]

April 3, 2007
Stephen Kellett

XULRunner Support

About a month ago we hadn’t heard of XULRunner. Then the folks at Songbird emailed us asking if our JavaScript tools supported XULRunner. Its easy […]

Stephen Kellett

New .Net software tools

We’ve spent the last few years creating our software tools for C++, Java and all the funky scripting languages that are now getting the recognition […]

Memory News
December 1, 2006
Stephen Kellett

Ruby Memory Tracking API

To provide the memory tracking, heap dump and object referencing facilities in Ruby Memory Validator we had to reverse engineer some hooks into the Ruby […]

Stephen Kellett

Firefox 2.0 support

We’ve just released the latest versions of all our JavaScript tools for flow tracing, code coverage, performance profiling and memory profiling. The latest versions support […]

November 3, 2006
Stephen Kellett

Time to start talking…

We get feedback from customers from time to time. The feedback tells us about how useful our tools are, about any features in the tools […]

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