Internet Explorer 8 is available. Even though it includes a number of important enhancements (like the default use of a standards compliant rendering mode) this new release of IE is not going to end the suffering of web developers around the world.
As long as IE 6 remains supported by Microsoft, web developers will continue to spend a considerable amount of time to work around the numerous bugs in its faulty implementation of web standards.
In an earlier post I explained how I used the BlockUI jQuery plugin to prevent multiple form submissions because I couldn't get it to work by simply setting the disabled attribute of the submit buttons.
Some users confuse the concept of clicking and double clicking. This can have nasty consequences when they submit a form and fire off an expensive server job twice because they double clicked on the submit button of a web form.
Deploying a web service on the Integrated Web Services for i5/OS server is cumbersome. You have to step through a wizard in the IBM Web Administration for i5/OS browser interface. This is extremely slow and error-prone. Fortunately there is a way to automate the deployment of your web services.