Dabblet – http://dabblet.com/ is an interactive playground for quickly testing snippets of CSS and HTML code. It uses -prefix-free, so that you won’t have to add any prefixes in your CSS code. Dabblet is an interactive testing app for CSS — write some code and instantly see the results in the same window. The site works in most modern web browsers Continue reading
Siri was founded in 2007 by Dag Kittlaus (CEO), Adam Cheyer (VP Engineering), and Tom Gruber (CTO/VP Design), together with Norman Winarsky from SRI International’s venture group. Siri was originally introduced as an iOS application available in the App Store. Siri was acquired by Apple Inc. Continue reading
We all are now using facebook fan pages. Neo google plus is also providing the fan pages. So it’s the time to do something different. Google+ Pages aren’t fully developed yet. For example, currently only one person can administer a Page. Continue reading
Local Storage is just a part of the Web Storage api. HTML 5 has a feature that is supported even in IE 8 that allows web developers to store data locally without using cookies. The operating system on the computer provides tools directly to the applications for storing and retrieving data for the application. This information can be stored in .INI files, preference files, XML files, and many other places depending upon your operating system and the application you’re using. But web applications don’t have this type of storage. The closest thing we have to a local storage tool is a cookie. Using a cookie, web developers can store a small amount of information (typically no more than 4 KB). But the current HTML 5 Storage specification says that browsers should set a limit of 5MB per origin (host or domain).
Tilt is a Firefox extension that lets you visualize any web page DOM tree in 3D. It is being developed by Victor Porof (3D developer responsible with the Firefox extension itself), along with Cedric Vivier (creating a WebGL optimized equivalent to the privileged canvas.drawWindow, see #653656) and Rob Campbell (who first thought about creating a 3D visualization of a webpage). Everything started initially as a Google Summer of Code project, but now, with an enthusiastic team behind it and so many new features and ideas, it has become an active Developer Tools project. Continue reading
FlashDevelop is a free and open source (MIT license) source code editor.
FlashDevelop offers first class support for Flash ActionScript (2 and 3) and haXe development: great and fast code completion & code generation, projects compilation & debugging, plenty of project templates, SWF/SWC exploration, etc.
FlashDevelop is more generally a great web developer IDE with integrated source-control support (svn, git, mercurial), tasks/todo, snippets, XML/HTML completion and built-in zen-coding for HTML. Continue reading
Anonymous has vowed to “destroy” Facebook on Nov. 5 because the popular social networking site purportedly abuses the privacy of users. In a video uploaded to YouTube, a digitized voice announces that “Operation Facebook” will take place Nov. 5 and issues an appeal to “join the cause and kill Facebook for your own privacy.”
The idea behind the Google Plus one is that you can quickly spot search engine results which have been promoted to people you trust. Each set of search results is then catered to individuals according to who they interact with in the real and virtual world. The +1 service will allow anyone with a Google Profile to “plus 1″ a page and add it to their profile page’s +1′s tab.