TextMate - In-browser ( Editor only) application for editing TM/ themes.
sekrets - line tool to manage encrypted files and settings for applications.
Git merge vs. rebase - Some workflow and history tips for working with feature branches.
Don't use Git - An impassioned defense of .
With theCS platform we wanted to provide an environment that effectively mimicked the best aspects of great programming communities like Github …
Easel - In-browser web application design tool that generates the exact for you.
I build High Availability Platforms so - A view from the more professional side of things of why is not for me and its kin aren't really HA.
AWS Cloud Best Practice: Introduction to : On the other hand, if you throw enough Deployment services at the problem, you can get pretty decent availability.
MadeiraCloud - Visual Integrated Management Environment…
Looking back over a few decades, this is the progression of how applications have been built:
mainframes and dumb terminals
minicomputers and smart terminals
workstations and shared code/data repositories
web apps and static HTML
web services and rich browser apps
Translation: The main body of the application code lives on the:
server + client
server + client
In-browser prototyping came in handy while we were putting the finishing touches on the rebooted ZURBword . The original site wasn't up to snuff. So we put our intern-turned-contractor to work on a swank redesign. As he got closer to the final design, four of us huddled around Arthur and his computer, giving him a speedy design critique in about five minutes. To do it, we simply opened up the inspector to see some instantaneous changes. How we did it is something …
Announcing Cheevos for Firefox - In-browser achievements as a way to learn more about the browser. Silly, but sometimes we need a little silly.
Brakeman 1.1 Released - And while we're on the subject of code analysis, this tool has just been updated too.
A few links for those interested in followingdevelopments:
…a Sad History of Support - 't buy an unless you're happy with the version of the OS that it already runs.
Ruby - Nice chart to help you choose among a bunch of libraries. features
Pixelmator 2.0 - yum.
Mercury - Nice in-browser WYSIWYG editor written for 5.