Is this post link-bait, perhaps? But still I like it, and I like Creative Market. So, if you’re a designer looking for a t-shirt, check out this post about 12 sites that sell cool t-shirts for designers.
Have you noticed how all the cool kids have photos and galleries attached to tweets coming from their blogs? Short of manually adding an image to their tweet, have you ever wondered how they do it? If you’re using WordPress, read on to see how you can use the Jetpack plugin to automatically do this […]
Positionly looks to be an excellent tool for SEO. I plan to take it for a spin here in the next week or so. I’ll report back with my findings.
MINI is “a super-simple naked PHP application, useful for small projects and quick prototypes.”
Atlantic.net offers VPS hosting. They interest me because they offer a low-end VPS for $0.99/month. You read that right, ninety-nine cents per month. The specs on it (256MB Ram, 1 vCPU, 10GB disk) probably only make it useful for dev work, but their quick deployment (30s) and 24/7/365 live support have me interested in trying out their offering sometime.
Building a backend business app? The Flakes framework looks like a great starting place for your interface designs:
Picking the web application architecture best suited to your unique needs is vital. In this post I am going to talk about a few of the most common web application architectures you are likely to come across. Every web application has it’s own unique set of requirements and constraints so the architectures I will be listing here are just general examples. ~ Web application architecture — On Coding — Medium
Cranked is a nice looking self hosted RSS Reader. Click through on the link below and check out their demo:
Cranked is a self hosted RSS reader that separates the wheat from the chaff and floats articles most worthy of your attention right to the top at your command…It grabs ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ data from Facebook & Twitter to determine the best stories. If 10,000 people recommend an article, it’s probably worth checking out. ~ Cranked RSS Reader – Never miss the best stories
Froala, makers of a yet-to-be-released website builder, have released their jQuery based WYSIWYG text editor for inclusion in your projects. Linking to this one as it might come in handy on a project I’m currently working on: WYSIWYG HTML Editor | Free for non-commercial | Froala.
If you follow Apple-focused blogs, you may have seen this one during the past couple of days. If not, this conceptual mockup is worth a look: CURBED/labs has re-imagined the original Macintosh with a modern facelift: CURVED/labs: Original Macintosh – 2015 Concept
Jason Rodriguez’s new book Modern HTML Email looks to be a definitive guide to building outstanding, cross-client, responsive HTML emails.
Coding HTML emails that work on today’s range of devices sucks. Let me help by teaching you how to build robust, responsive, and effective HTML emails that get the results you want. ~ Modern HTML Email.
Check out this sample of the book for some great tips and info.
Build beautiful, responsive WordPress sites in minutes not months. Beaver Builder is a state of the art front end page builder package. Use our page builder plugin with your theme or ours and revolutionize your workflow. ~ Beaver Builder
Sendy is a self hosted email newsletter application that lets you send trackable emails via Amazon Simple Email Service (SES). This makes it possible for you to send authenticated bulk emails at an insanely low price without sacrificing deliverability. ~ Sendy
Very cool way to learn git via the command line: Learn git by cloning this repo. Then you check README.md for your next clue.
This is a terminal game designed to test your knowledge of git commands. Each level in the game is a task to perform on this repo. Once you perform that task, you will be given your next task. There are a total of ten levels, each one harder than last! ~ hgarc014/git-game · GitHub
Elon Musk participated in a Reddit IAmA this past Tuesday: I am Elon Musk, CEO/CTO of a rocket company, AMA! : IAmA.
Build beautiful, full screen interactive forms with Typeform…I tried out their demo, and now I can’t wait to implement one of their forms into a project.
Back in 2012, an AT&T U-verse rep knocked on our door with a great offer. I accepted, and for the past 2+ years we’ve enjoyed our U-verse TV+Internet service. However, once our trial rate ended, I’ve been open to other offers. This week Comcast interested me with a special rate for new customers. On Wednesday I […]