Tag: open source

Live CSS Editor offers Instant CSS Manipulation In-Browser

While many browsers have developer tools, most of then work within complex containers and have lots of excessive unused tools. Live CSS Editor is much like the Chrome Dev Tools editor, however it updates automatically with each change. You can manipulate anything in the CSS with just a few keystrokes and they changes appear in…

Enjoy CSS Generates Custom & Valid CSS3 Code

One of the fastest time saving techniques for web development is to reuse code. Naturally this may come in the form of snippets saved locally to your computer. But it may also come in the form of code generators like Enjoy CSS. This free webapp creates valid CSS3 code for many common features like gradients,…

Echo JS is a User-Voted JavaScript News Community

First there were social sites like Digg and Reddit covering all topics of user-powered news. Then niche websites popped up like Hacker News and Designer News. This has paved the way for smaller communities to spring up with a focus on certain news topics. Echo JS is a social community with a direct focus on…

jQuery Audit lets you analyze jQuery from Chrome Developer Tools

Have you ever needed to find information regarding your jQuery scripts? It’s common practice to scour through code looking for a certain function that targets an element on the page, or find which callback method ran after an event. Well thankfully there’s jQuery Audit which installs as a browser extension for Google Chrome. The extension…

Joomla World Conference celebrates 10 years of Joomla Nov 6th-8th

The PHP/MySQL CMS Joomla has been around for a very long time. In fact, 2015 is the ten year anniversary of this well-respected Content Management System. A large annual gathering known as Joomla World Conference will be held this year in Bangalore, India. The 2015 conference will run for three days from November 6th-8th and…

Big Data TechCon 2015 in Chicago November 2nd-4th

The Big Data TechCon event will be held for two days from November 2nd-4th in Chicago. It’s a fairly small yet impressive gathering of data folks from database administrators to software engineers. The 2014 conference brought in over 600 people and 2015 is expected to be much larger. Check out the current list of speakers…

Flarum: A New Open Source PHP/MySQL Forum CMS

A few decades ago the prominent forums were run on top of vBulletin or Invision Power Board. These systems are still around today but they’re fairly clunky and cost a lot of money. Flarum is a completely free alternative to PHP/MySQL forums. It’s meant to be a continuance to phpBB which is another type of…

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