Yahoo!’s been on a roll

Yahoo! has been on a roll the last couple of weeks, which is excellent news for those of us that have become (maybe a little too much) attached to some of their front-end tools.

Let’s see, we’ve got:

  • A new wireframe stencil kit that integrates both their excellent Design Pattern Library and YUI. [ed. Why didn’t they have that a year ago?] (via the YDN Blog)
  • The Yahoo User Interface javascript library has been bumped to 2.5.2 — DataTable users can finally take out that mess of patches, and they’ve added support for Firefox 3.0RC1 and Opera 9.5b2. (via YUIBlog)
  • BrowserPlus looks to be a promising way to bring in some of the goodies that Firefox has made available for years (and that WebKit is fast catching up to). Now if they’d just do a public release, there’s way too much in there I want to use.
  • Oh, and Douglas Crockford has a new book out. Javascript: The Good Parts looks to be all kinds of useful — I’ll post a review as soon as I lay my hands on it. If you’ve not watched them, I can’t recommend the series of training videos he did a year or so ago highly enough.
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