Archive for May, 2006

Azureus PHP – Unstable release featuring “AJAX”

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

I’ve just put my current code base for the Azureus PHP interface online. It’s unstable and it has bugs, but it’s quite a big step up from the last version in terms of features. It’s fairly stable in Firefox.

The last time I went for ages without updating the code base, releasing a half-arsed version actually helped kick me back into action somewhat, so there you go! Odeon listings are dead – Long live!

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

I’ve just noticed that my Odeon listings have stopped working. This is because Odeon have finally rebuilt their old horrifically inaccessible and downright annoying site. I’ve gone in and had a quick poke around and at first glance, not only does it seem more usable, aesthetically pleasing and accessible and not only does it finally work in browsers that aren’t Internet Explorer, but it works in Lynx too.

At last!

I will be removing my Odeon listings page now, because not only does it no longer work but it’s been made redundant. Good thing, too!