Saying Goodbye is never fun, and for those of us “old-school webmasters” – we’ve had to say goodbye to many things. MSN Messenger, AIM, Google Authorship, cPanel’s X3 theme – just to name a few. Many of us grew up using these apps and platforms, and as such it’s always a sad day when we have to let them go. ...
Every software that is released in the market goes through a rigorous testing phase. During the development phase, software is generally tested several times, often manually. Following that most companies utilize automated testing tools to eliminate the occurrence of any errors that may not get noticed by the human eye during manual tests. Apart from minimizing errors, automated software testing ...
Do you want to be able to provide new content promoting your business, and do it on a steady basis? Do you lack the marketing team necessary to power the campaign you have in mind? Do you need a way to ensure all your materials give across a consistent message? The solution for your organization may be to invest in ...
Mozilla has decided to join in on the stabbing death of Flash across the Internet as they announce that starting in August Mozilla will block non-essential Flash content within Firefox. Which content specifically will be blocked can be seen in the following blocklist published on Github. Mozilla will expand this list over time, before finally making all Flash content click-to-activate in 2017. ...
Legoaizer is an interesting program that lets you transform almost any photo into a LEGO brick mosaic. This mosaic can then be saved as a JPG, BMP, or PNG file – which you can then use as a cool piece of art or a wallpaper. However things get a bit more advanced since Legoaizer also provides the builder details, showcasing ...
Want to utilize Microsoft’s SQL server for you’re next project? In the past this meant that you would be forced to use a Microsoft based hosting platform – however this is all scheduled to change throughout 2016/2017 as Microsoft announces plans to port SQL Server to Linux! Today I’m excited to announce our plans to bring SQL Server to Linux ...
I am ridiculously happy to make this post – and I just wanted to get that out of the way immediately. Now then, 2016 marks the official end of life for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10. Official end of life. Microsoft will no longer offer security updates, non-security updates, or any assistance regarding IE versions 8 through 10. As ...
What do you do when you have spent years developing a technology whose name has been utterly destroyed by the industry? When webmasters and web designers alike shudder at he mere mention of your technology? When other companies pioneer campaigns specifically against your technology? Surely you don’t just throw it all away and move on to something else right? At ...
Adobe & Dropbox have announced a new partnership this week allowing Dropbox & Adobe Acrobat to integrate together. In turn you get the ability to manage, edit, and share your PDF files anywhere and at anytime. Here’s a breakdown of what the Adobe & Dropbox integration make possible: Highlight, annotate, and edit your PDF documents and all edits will be ...
Looking for a way to watermark your images before adding them to your eCommerce website? Or maybe you just don’t want your photographs spread about without some attribution to you? Easy Watermark Studio Lite is an awesome free Windows application which lets you …… easily add watermarks – and then some – to your images. Easy Water Mark Studio Lite supports ...
Back in 2007 winAddons.com published an awesome list of 300 freeware software, organized by category. There’s some great software listed here – and the majority of them are still around and functioning perfectly in 2015. Unfortunately somewhere between the end of 2014 and now the winAddons.com domain name began to point to a default GoDaddy parked domain page – and this list ...
Continuing right along with Microsoft announcements from the Build 2015 conference we bring to you Microsoft Visual Studio Code – a new, free, cross-platform code editor. That’s right, cross-platform. This baby works on not only Windows systems, but Linux and Apple’s Mac OS X platforms. Visual Studio Code’s big brother, Visual Studio, is still Windows only – but this is ...
SugarSync have released their latest version, SugarSync 3.5, which brings with it an awesome new redesign for the desktop application, along with a plethora of great new features – my favorite of which is the ability to restore deleted items. So now whenever you accidentally delete a file you can easily recover it right within the new SugarSync desktop app. ...
Microsoft has always been fighting a battle against piracy – in-fact almost every software maker has to deal with it – albeit not everyone has to deal with it on the scale that Microsoft has had to over the years. Ever since Windows XP introduced software activation pirates have been out there defeating these methods and making Windows free for the ...
Back in January when Microsoft released their Windows 10 preview they also showcased Project Spartan – a new browser which will ship with Windows 10. If you haven’t played with the Windows 10 preview build – Spartan is much more than just an update to Internet Explorer. Spartan uses a brand new rendering engine, is built upon brand new code, ...