Tag: Linux

Create Desktop Apps With HTML5, CSS3 And JavaScript With TideSDK

TideSDK is an open source platform for building desktop apps using web technologies (HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript). The apps can be created for all major operating systems (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux) and server-side languages like PHP, Python and Ruby are supported as well. This is actually not a new project, it was ...

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TileMill – A Tool For Creating Customized Maps

TileMill is an application (with Windows, Mac and Linux versions) for creating totally-customized and beautiful maps. Normally, working with GIS data is complicated but TileMill simplifies that as much as possible by sharing data between projects, downloading and unzipping shapefiles, autodetecting projections, ...

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Create Desktop Apps With HTML-CSS-JS: AppJS

Desktop apps definitely have their own advantages over web apps like speed, ability to reach the filesystem, working in the background, notifications, etc. However, for us (the web developers), it is a challenge to create one as they need  to be coded in a non-web programming language (yes, there are ...

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Social Coding for Subversion – uberSVN

Subversion, the open source and popular version control system, is a great tool for an organized coding environment where multiple users can work on the same files and tracking the changes/versions is possible. uberSVN is a free application which transforms a standard Subversion setup into the next level by adding ...

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An Open Source & Simplified To-Do List Application: Hub List

Hub List is an open source to-do list application that works on the desktop. It has versions for Windows, Mac OS X + Linux and a mobile one that mostly targets the iOS platform. The application supports creating folders>sub-folders and tasks>sub-tasks for an unlimited hierarchy. Hub List is currently in ...

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Build Desktop Applications With Ruby, HTML & JS: Bowline

Bowline is an open source framework (not a platform like Adobe AIR or Titanium) for creating desktop applications with Ruby, HTML and JavaScript. It respects MVC, views can be designed in HTML5/CSS3 and then you can bind them to your Ruby models. There's no request/response cycle. Any changes in models ...

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10 Free Web Hosting Control Panels To Manage Servers Easier

This article includes applications that can be installed on the impressive and instantly-scalable VPS cloud: VPS.net. Most of the web designers/developers, within time, begin to manage too many websites, build resource-consuming applications and require more than a standard web hosting package. Then it comes to ...

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