This is second part of the tutorial about getting started with Raphael.js. To see this first part go here.
After ages of constantly being one of the most used browser as well as a serious pain in Butt!!! IE is finally about to mature into something good and perhaps a useful software , with its support to most of the standards being used today , IE will join back the league of web 3.0 browsers, hopefully very soon
After reading an excellent article by Kazi Manzur Rashid on setting up a development environment for Iron Ruby using Notepad++ , I was immediately struck with an idea of using the same excellent tool with Python 2.6.