What is the best tool for cross browser testing?

Spoon.net is the best free tool for cross browser testing! Spoon.net offers Microsoft Internet Explorer (6, 7 & 8), Mozilla Firefox (2,3 & 3.5), Apple Safari (3 & 4) and Google Chrome from the cloud. To stay up to date with the collection of browsers they offer, check:  Spoon.net/Browsers.You only have to download the Spoon plugin to enable you to test your applications in the browsers offered from the spoon.net server. The plugin enables you to run all these browsers as SaaS, so you do not have to install them on your system. If you would like to have even more browsers in more OSs available for testing your websites, you can even run your own spoon server, which is also free to download. As spoon offers fully functional browsers, it can actual be used as a testing tool for JavaScript developers. The many multi-browser screenshot services available on-line are nice for graphic designers who like to check what website looks like in different browsers. Web developers would most definitely prefer to use the browsers offered by Spoon as the cross browser testing tool.

What is OAuth?

OAuth stands for Open Authentication. I is an open protocol to allow secure API authorization in a standard method. OAuth is an open standard for sharing users private data between different websites. Users do not have to give their credentials from one site to another site. The two sites exchange a token instead to authenticate access. The video below shows how web developers can use OAuth to get access to data stored in Google services like Blogger.

How to use Google Font API?

Before you watch the video on how to use Google Font API you should know why people who care about SEO use it. They use it because it gives you the ability to use font outside of the collection of web safe fonts, without having to use images or Flash which cannot be indexed by search engines. Google Font API basically is a set of fonts that is offered for free from the Google servers (Google Font Directory) and the API itself that helps you to make the fonts fonts available in most browsers.