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How Can I Protect Myself from Government Snoopers?
The UK has just passed the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, at the third attempt, and it will become law by the end of the year. The bill was instigated by the then home secretary, Theresa May, in 2012. It is better known as the snooper’s charter.

Jim Killock, the director of Open Rights Group, described it as the “most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy”. It more or less removes your right to online privacy.

The law forces internet service providers to keep a record of all the websites – not the actual pages – you visit for up to a year. It also obliges companies to decrypt data on demand and gives government security services the power to hack your computers, tablets, mobile phones and other devices.
greatbritain  surveillance  privacy  tools  countermeasures  2016 
november 2016 by Frontrunner
How to Encrypt Your Entire Life in Less Than an Hour
Andy Grove was a Hungarian refugee who escaped communism, studied engineering, and ultimately lead the personal computer revolution as the CEO of Intel. He died earlier this year in Silicon Valley after a long fight with Parkinson’s disease.

When one of the most powerful people in the world encourages us to be paranoid, maybe we should listen.

And Grove isn’t the only powerful person urging caution. Even the director of the FBI — the same official who recently paid hackers a million dollars to unlock a shooter’s iPhone — is encouraging everyone to cover their webcams.

But you obey the law. What do you have to worry about? As the motto of the United Kingdom’s surveillance program reminds us, “If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear.”

Well, law-abiding citizens do have reason to fear. They do have reasons to secure their devices, their files, and their communications with loved ones.

“If one would give me six lines written by the hand of the most honest man, I would find something in them to have him hanged.” — Cardinal Richelieu in 1641

In this article, I will show you how you can protect yourself by leveraging state-of-the-art encryption. In a single sitting, you can make great strides toward securing your privacy.
encryption  tools  tor  signal  privacy  security  2016 
november 2016 by Frontrunner
Surveillance Self-Defense
Modern technology has given those in power new abilities to eavesdrop and collect data on innocent people. Surveillance Self-Defense is EFF's guide to defending yourself and your friends from surveillance by using secure technology and developing careful practices.
eff  surveillance  privacy  security  tips  tools  howto  communication  website 
november 2016 by Frontrunner
The Three Infrastructure Mistakes Your Company Must Not Make
01. They land themselves in Cloud Jail.
02. They get sucked in by “hipster tools.”
03. They don’t design for monitorability.
servers  network  design  tools  cloud  business  economics  scaling  2016 
october 2016 by Frontrunner
Probe of Leaked U.S. NSA Hacking Tools Examines Operative's 'Mistake'
A U.S. investigation into a leak of hacking tools used by the National Security Agency is focusing on a theory that one of its operatives carelessly left them available on a remote computer and Russian hackers found them, four people with direct knowledge of the probe told Reuters.

The tools, which enable hackers to exploit software flaws in computer and communications systems from vendors such as Cisco Systems and Fortinet Inc, were dumped onto public websites last month by a group calling itself Shadow Brokers.
nsa  hacking  tools  cisco  fortinet  breach  2016 
september 2016 by Frontrunner
Privacy Tools
You are being watched. Private and state-sponsored organizations are monitoring and recording your online activities. privacytools.io provides knowledge and tools to protect your privacy against global mass surveillance.
privacy  security  tools  learning  website 
august 2016 by Frontrunner
List of GUI Testing Tools
GUI testing tools serve the purpose of automating the testing process of software with graphical user interfaces.
software  testing  automation  tools  gui  list 
july 2016 by Frontrunner
Penetration Testing Tools Cheat Sheet
- Recon and Enumeration
- - NMAP Commands
- SMB enumeration
- - Other Host Discovery
- - SMB Enumeration
- Python Local Web Server
- Mounting File Shares
- Basic Finger Printing
- SNMP Enumeration
- DNS Zone Transfers
- DNSRecon
- HTTP / HTTPS Webserver Enumeration
- Packet Inspection
- Username Enumeration
- - SMB User Enumeration
- - SNMP User Enumeration
- Passwords
- - Wordlists
- Brute Forcing Services
- - Hydra FTP Brute Force
- - Hydra POP3 Brute Force
- - Hydra SMTP Brute Force
- Password Cracking
- - John The Ripper - JTR
- Exploit Research
- Windows Penetration Testing Commands
- Linux Penetration Testing Commands
- Compiling Exploits
- - Identifying if C code is for Windows or Linux
- - Build Exploit GCC
- - GCC Compile 32Bit Exploit on 64Bit Kali
- - Compile Windows .exe on Linux
- SUID Binary
- - SUID C Shell for /bin/bash
- - SUID C Shell for /bin/sh
- - Building the SUID Shell binary
- Reverse Shells
- TTY Shells
- - Python TTY Shell Trick
- - Spawn Interactive sh shell
- - Spawn Perl TTY Shell
- - Spawn Ruby TTY Shell
- - Spawn Lua TTY Shell
- - Spawn TTY Shell from Vi
- - Spawn TTY Shell NMAP
- Metasploit
- - Meterpreter Payloads
- - Windows reverse meterpreter payload
- - Windows VNC Meterpreter payload
- - Linux Reverse Meterpreter payload
- Meterpreter Cheat Sheet
- Common Metasploit Modules
- - Remote Windows Metasploit Modules (exploits)
- - Local Windows Metasploit Modules (exploits)
- - Auxilary Metasploit Modules
- - Metasploit Powershell Modules
- - Post Exploit Windows Metasploit Modules
- Networking
- - TTL Fingerprinting
- IPv4
- - Classful IP Ranges
- - IPv4 Private Address Ranges
- - IPv4 Subnet Cheat Sheet
- ASCII Table Cheat Sheet
- CISCO IOS Commands
- Cryptography
- - Hash Lengths
- - Hash Examples
- SQLMap Examples
internet  security  penetrationtesting  tools  cheatsheet  2016 
june 2016 by Frontrunner
Why Don't All Companies Buy Developers the Best Hardware?
The cost of employing a programmer in my area is $50 to $100 an hour. A top end machine is only $3,000, so the cost of buying a truly great computer every three years comes to $0.50/hour. ($3000/(150 wks * 40 hours))

Do you need a top-end machine? No, the $3000 here is to represent the most that could possibly be spent not the amount that I would expect. That's roughly the cost of a top-end iMac or MacBook (17 inch).
work  tools  computer  equipment  employers  stackexchange  programmers 
april 2016 by Frontrunner
10 Regression/Functional Web Testing Tools
01. Watir
02. Selenium IDE
03. QEngine
04. MaxQ
05. Solex
06. SilkTest
07. QA Wizard
08. WebKing
09. TestDrive
10. Rational Functional Tester
webdev  qa  regressiontesting  functionaltesting  tools  2016 
april 2016 by Frontrunner
Calomel
Open Source Research and Reference

* DNS
* FreeBSD - NetBSD - OpenBSD
* Ftp
* Mail
* Rsync
* Samba
* Squid
* Tools
* Web
opensource  research  reference  dns  freebsd  netbsd  openbsd  ftp  email  rsync  samba  squid  tools  web 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
PRISM Break
Opt out of global data surveillance programs like PRISM, XKeyscore and Tempora.

Help make mass surveillance of entire populations uneconomical! We all have a right to privacy, which you can exercise today by encrypting your communications and ending your reliance on proprietary services.
privacy  tools  prism  xkeyscore  tempora  encryption  collection 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
22 Useful HTML5 Tools for Designers & Developers
22, not 25...

01. RazorFlow: Create Responsive & HTML5 Dashboards With PHP Framework
02. Zebra: Create Desktop-Like User Interface With HTML5 Canvas
03. Workless: HTML5-CSS3 Framework for Building Cross-Browsers Websites
04. Native: HTML5 Mobile Apps Framework
05. Radi: Visual Design Application with HTML & JavaScript
06. HTML5 Bones: Boilerplate for HTML5-powered Websites
07. Literally Canvas: HTML5 Drawing Widget
08. HTML5 Sortable: HTML5 Drag and Drop For List
09. Gauge.js: Animated Gauges With HTML5 Canvas
10. Sonic: HTML5 Loaders with an Editor
11. Chart.js: Charting Library with HTML5 Canvas
12. WYSIHTML5: Rich Text Editor With HTML5 Markup
13. Percentage Loader: Attractive Loader With jQuery & HTML5
14. Howler.js: JavaScript Library For Web Audio
15. Audio5js: HTML5 Audio Library
16. Fabric.js: HTML5 Framework
17. D3-Cloud: Word Clouds With JavaScript and HTML5
18. cgSceneGraph: Animation Framework With HTML5 Canvas
19. Native Form Elements: All Form Elements in One Place
20. Font Dragr: Online Drag and Drop Font Testing Tool
21. jQuery HTML5 Uploader: Lightweight jQuery Plguin
22. HTML5 File Uploads with jQuery
webdev  webdesign  html5  tools  2013 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
18 Image File Compression Tools Tested
01. AdvanceCOMP 1.20
02. Caesium 1.7.0
03. FILEminimizer Pictures
04. FileOptimizer
05. ImageOptim 1.6.1
06. JPEGmini Lite
07. jStrip 3.3
08. OptiPNG 0.7.5
09. PNGGauntlet 3.1.2
10. PNGOptimizer 2.4.2
11. PNGOUTWin 1.5.0
12. PUNYpng
13. RIOT 0.5.2
14. ScriptJPG
15. ScriptPNG
16. Smush.It 0.5
17. TinyPNG
18. Trout's GIF Optimizer
images  compression  optimization  tools  reviews  test  2015 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
Free Data Visualization: 25 Best Tools
01. Wiki Mind Map
02. Tag Galaxy
03. Dipity
04. RSS Voyage
05. We Feel Fine
06. Better World Flux
07. Teaching to See
08. Data Journalism
09. Data Stories
10. Time Flow Analytical Timeline
11. Here is Today
12. Timeline
13. Color Brewer 2.0
14. Open Heat Map
15. Circos
16. JpGraph
17. Paper.js
18. Processing.js
19. Chart. js
20. Wolfram Alpha
21. Maps
22. NVD3
23. Tabula
24. Open Refine
25. Wrangler
visualization  tools  bestof  free  2013 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
Best Frontend Tools
* Bookmarklets & Online Tools
* Browser Addons
* CSS & HTML5 Frameworks
* Debugging & Testing
* Inspiration & Blogs
* Learn & Education
* Libraries & Plugins
* Miscellaneous & Productivity
* Podcasts
* Referencing
* Templates & Themes
* Versioning & Cloud Storage
webdev  frontend  tools  addons  css  html5  frameworks  debugging  testing  inspiration  blogs  learning  education  libraries  productivity  podcasts  reference  template  themes  versioncontrol  cloudstorage  collection 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
Make the Web Faster
Tools and information to help you build high performance web sites.
webdev  performance  resources  collection  tools 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
StackShare
Discover and discuss the best software tools and services.
architecture  development  software  tools  stack  techstack  trends 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
SSL Tools We Wish We'd Known About Earlier
So you already know tcpdump, the openssl SSL client, the Mozilla SSL Configuration Generator and the SSL Labs test. Here's a couple of new tools, and a couple of different ways to use old tools, that the CertSimple team wish we knew about earlier.
ssl  tools  2015 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
Must See JavaScript Dev Tools That Put Other Dev Tools to Shame
01. Atom & atom-ternjs
02. Chrome Dev Tools
03. PageSpeed Insights
04. Firefox Developer Edition
05. BrowserSync
06. TraceGL
07. ironNode
08. ESLint
09. rtype (the spec) & rfx (the library) Warning: These are unfinished developer previews.
10. Babel
11. Greenkeeper.io & updtr
12. React
13. Webpack + Hot module replacement
14. Redux + Redux DevTools
javascript  tools  bestof  2015 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
100+ Awesome Web Development Tools and Resources
-- JavaScript Libraries --

jQuery: A fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library.
BackBoneJS: Give your JS app some backbone with models, views, collections, & events.
D3.js: A JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data.
React: Facebook’s Javascript library developed for building user interfaces.
jQuery UI: A curated set of user interface interactions, effects, widgets, and themes.
jQuery Mobile: HTML5-based user interface system designed to make responsive web sites.
Underscore.js: Functional programming helpers without extending any built-in objects.
Moment.js: Parse, validate, manipulate, and display dates in JavaScript.
Lodash: A modern utility library delivering modularity, performance, & extras.

-- Front-end Frameworks --

Bootstrap: HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.
Foundation: Family of responsive front-end frameworks that make it easy to design beautiful responsive websites, apps and emails that look amazing on any device.
Semantic UI: Development framework that helps create beautiful, responsive layouts using human-friendly HTML.
uikit: A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces.

-- Web Application Frameworks --

Ruby: Ruby on Rails is a web-application framework that includes everything needed to create database-backed web applications, with the MVC pattern.
AngularJS: Lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your web application. AngularJS is a framework, even though it’s much more lightweight and sometime referred to as a library.
Ember.js: A framework for creating ambitious web applications.
Express: Fast and minimalist web framework for Node.js.
Meteor: Full-stack JavaScript app platform that assembles all the pieces you need to build modern web and mobile apps, with a single JavaScript codebase.
Django: High-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
ASP.net: Free, fully supported Web application framework that helps you create standards-based Web solutions.
Laravel: A free, open-source PHP web application framework to build web applications on MVC pattern.
Zend Framework 2: An open source framework for developing web applications and services using PHP.
Phalcon: A full-stack PHP framework delivered as a C-extension.
Symfony: A set of reusable PHP components and a web application framework.
CakePHP: A popular PHP framework that makes building web applications simpler, faster and require less code.
Flask: A microframework for Python based on Werkzeug and Jinja 2.
CodeIgniter: Powerful and lightweight PHP framework built for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications.

-- Task Runners / Package Managers --

Grunt: JavaScript task runner all about automation.
Gulp: Keeps things simple and makes complex tasks manageable, while automating and enhancing your workflow.
npm: Pack manager for JavaScript.
Bower: A web package manager. Manage components that contain HTML, CSS, JavaScript, fonts or even image files.

-- Languages / Platforms --

PHP: Popular general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited to web development.
NodeJS: Event-driven I/O server-side JavaScript environment based on V8.
Javascript: Programming language of HTML and the web.
HTML5: Markup language, the latest version of HTML and XHTML.
Python: Programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively.
Ruby: A dynamic, open source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity.
Scala: Scala is a pure-bred object-oriented language allowing a gradual, easy migration to a more functional style.
CSS3: Latest version of cascading style sheets used in front-end development of sites and applications.
SQL: Stands for structured query language used with relational databases.
Golang: Open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
Rust: Systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety.
Elixir: Dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications.

-- Databases --

MySQL: One of the world’s most popular open source databases.
MariaDB: Made by the original developers of MySQL. MariaDB is also becoming very popular as an open source database server.
MongoDB: Next-generation database that lets you create applications never before possible.
Redis: An open source, in-memory data structure store, used as database, cache and message broker.
PostgreSQL: A powerful, open source object-relational database system.

-- CSS Preprocessors --

Sass: A very mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension.
Less: As an extension to CSS that is also backwards compatible with CSS. This makes learning Less a breeze, and if in doubt, lets you fall back to vanilla CSS.
Stylus: A new language, providing an efficient, dynamic, and expressive way to generate CSS. Supporting both an indented syntax and regular CSS style.

- Tools -

CodeKit
Koala
Hammer
LiveReload
Prepros
Scout
Crunch

-- Text Editors / Code Editors --

Atom: A text editor that’s modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core.
Sublime Text: A sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose with great performance.
Notepad++: A free source code editor which supports several programming languages running under the MS Windows environment.
Visual Studio Code Beta: Code editing redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications.
TextMate: A code and markup editor for OS X.
Coda 2: A fast, clean, and powerful text editor for OS X.
WebStorm: Lightweight yet powerful IDE, perfectly equipped for complex client-side development and server-side development with Node.js.
Vim: A highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing.
Brackets: A lightweight and powerful modern text editor; written in JavaScript, HTML and CSS.
Emacs: An extensible, customizable text editor with built-in functions to aid in quick modifications of text and code.

-- Markdown Editors --

StackEdit: A free online rich markdown editor.
Dillinger: An online cloud-enabled, HTML5, buzzword-filled Markdown editor.
Mou: Markdown editor for developers on Mac OS X.
Texts: A rich editor for plain text. Windows and Mac OS X.

-- Icons --

Font Awesome: Scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.
IconMonster: A free, high quality, monstrously big and continuously growing source of simple icons.
IconFinder: Iconfinder provides beautiful icons to millions of designers and developers.
Fontello: Tool to build custom fonts with icons.

-- Git Clients / Services --

SourceTree: A free Git & Mercurial client for Windows or Mac. Atlassian also makes a pretty cool team Git client called Bitbucket.
GitKraken (Beta): A free, intuitive, fast, and beautiful cross-platform Git client.
Tower 2: Version control with Git – made easy. In a beautiful, efficient, and powerful app.
GitHub Client: A seamless way to contribute to projects on GitHub and GitHub Enterprise.
Gogs: A painless self-hosted Git service based on the Go language.
GitLab: Host your private and public software projects for free.

-- Local Dev Environments --

XAMPP: Completely free, easy to install Apache distribution containing MariaDB, PHP, and Perl.
MAMP: Local server environment in a matter of seconds on OS X or Windows.
WampServer: Windows web development environment. It allows you to create web applications with Apache2, PHP and a MySQL database.
Vagrant: Create and configure lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments.

-- Diff Checkers --

Diffchecker: Online diff tool to compare text differences between two text files. Great if you are on the go and quickly need to compare something.
Beyond Compare: A program to compare files and folders using simple, powerful commands that focus on the differences you’re interested in and ignore those you’re not.

-- Code Sharing / Experimenting --

JS Bin: Tool for experimenting with web languages. In particular HTML, CSS and JavaScript, Markdown, Jade and Sass.
JSfiddle: Custom environment to test your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS code right inside your browser.
codeshare: Share code in real-time with other developers.
Dabblet: Interactive playground for quickly testing snippets of CSS and HTML code.

-- Collaboration Tools --

Slack: Messaging app for teams that is on a mission to make your working life simpler, more pleasant, and more productive.
Trello: Flexible and visual way to organize anything with anyone. We also use this as KeyCDN.
Glip: Real-time messaging with integrated task management, video conferencing, shared calendars and more.
Asana: Team collaboration tool for teams to track their work and results.
Jira: Built for every member of your software team to plan, track, and release great software or web applications.

-- Inspiration --

CodePen: Show off your latest creation and get feedback. Build a test case for that pesky bug. Find example design patterns and inspiration for your projects.
Dribble: A community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.

-- Website Speed Test Tools --

Website Speed Test: A page speed test developed by KeyCDN that includes a waterfall breakdown and the website preview.
Google PageSpeed Insights: PageSpeed Insights analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster.
Google Chrome DevTools: Set of web authoring and debugging tools built into Google Chrome.
WebPageTest: Run a free website speed test from multiple locations around the globe using real browsers (IE and Chrome) and at real consumer connection speeds.
Pingdom: Test the load time of that page, analyze it and find bottlenecks.
GTmetrix: Gives you insight on how well your site loads and provides actionable recommendations on how to optimize it.

-- Web Development … [more]
webdevelopment  resources  tools  collection  2016 
march 2016 by Frontrunner
Prepros
Prepros is a tool to compile LESS, Sass, Compass, Stylus, Jade and much more with automatic CSS prefixing, It comes with built in server for cross browser testing. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
prepros  less  sass  css  precompiler  tools  windows  linux  webdev 
february 2016 by Frontrunner
Browsersync - Time-saving synchronised browser testing
With each web page, device and browser, testing time grows exponentially. From live reloads to URL pushing, form replication to click mirroring, Browsersync cuts out repetitive manual tasks.
tools  javascript  testing 
february 2016 by Frontrunner
Cucumber
Cucumber merges specification and test documentation into one cohesive whole.
cucumber  automation  test  tools  bdd 
february 2016 by Frontrunner
Performance Tools
From the multitude of Grunt and Gulp plugins to web apps that can help us visualize our websites with data, learning all the ins and outs of performance tooling is tough.
webdev  performance  tools  2015 
june 2015 by Frontrunner
wwwhere
Currated site with tools and resources.
webdevelopment  resources  tools  curatedlist 
may 2015 by Frontrunner
Is There a Science to Picking Colors That Work Well in Web Design?
When you think of color, the first thing that comes to mind is crayons, paints, and makeups. In short, it has something to do with arts and the aesthetics. Surprisingly, though, colors and how you blend them together has a science, or should we say, a psychology behind it.
design  colorthemes  colors  tools  2014 
may 2015 by Frontrunner
HTMLHint
Validate HTML and optionally CSS and/or JS.
validator  html5  css3  js  tools 
april 2015 by Frontrunner
youtube-dl
youtube-dl is a small command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It requires the Python interpreter (2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+), and it is not platform specific. We also provide a Windows executable that includes Python. youtube-dl should work in your Unix box, in Windows or in Mac OS X. It is released to the public domain, which means you can modify it, redistribute it or use it however you like.
youtube  download  software  python  tools 
march 2015 by Frontrunner
Sitespeed.io
Sitespeed.io is an open source tool (Apache License Version 2.0) that helps you analyze your website speed and performance based on performance best practices and timing metrics. It collects data from multiple pages on your website, analyze them using the rules and output the result as HTML or send the metrics to Graphite.
webdev  website  performance  tools 
march 2015 by Frontrunner
Superfish, Komodia, PrivDog Vulnerability Test Tool
Turns out Lenovo preloaded their laptops with adware that will intercept all your secure connections, and allow criminals to do it, too.
security  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Web Console
The Web Console:

* logs information associated with a web page: any network requests, JavaScript, CSS, and security errors and warnings, as well as error, warning, and informational messages explicitly logged by JavaScript code running in the page context

* enables you to interact with a web page by executing JavaScript expressions in the context of the page
webdev  tools  console  firefox 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Animachine
An animation tool for HTML and JS projects.
webdev  animations  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Github for Windows
Using GitHub on Windows has never been this easy.
github  windows  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Lebowski Ipsum
Filler text that ties the room together. How many paragraphs, man?
dummytext  placeholdertext  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Quote Ipsum
A Lorem Ipsum type generator using quotations.
dummytext  placeholdertext  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
One-Click Lorem Ipsum Generator
About Lorem Ipsum Generator
This lorem ipsum generator is made for all the webdesigners, designers, webmasters and others who need lorem ipsum. Generator is made the way that everyone can use it, but especially for projects which need html markup. You can decide which html tags you want and our generator will generate just as you specified.
Pretty cool, isn't it?
dummytext  placeholdertext  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
adhesiontext™ – A Dynamic Dummy Text Generator
What is adhesiontext?
adhesiontext is a dynamic text tool created by Miguel Sousa.

What does it do?
It generates a dummy text paragraph with the set of characters submitted by the user.

Who can use it?
Everyone. adhesiontext is free.
dummytext  placeholdertext  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Fillerati - Faux Latin is a Dead Language
I made Fillerati because I grew tired of reading "Lorem ipsum..." on every new design I was working on. It's built with HTML5 and CSS2/CSS3, and consequently is best viewed in a modern browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Opera. Interactivity is thanks to the jQuery JavaScript library, served via the Google Ajax Libraries API. Custom fonts for the logo and author/title (Tangerine & IM Fell Great Primer respectively) are rendered with the Google Font API. Newly added is optional translation via the Google Language API (no promises on that one). Server side the app is coded in Python and deployed on Google App Engine. Domain management, email, etc. provided by Google Apps. The source for the public domain filler text is provided by Project Gutenburg (not sanitized—use at your own risk!). The background tile is from Tileables; getting stuff onto your clipboard from Zero Clipboard. Designed, built and deployed in 48 hours. If you have any questions, comments, or you'd like to suggest an author or title, you can reach me at michael@fillerati.com or via Twitter.
dummytext  placeholdertext  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Dummy Text Generator - Lorem Ipsum for Webdesigners
Welcome to the Dummy Text Generator!
This handy tool helps you create dummy text for all your layout needs.
We are gradually adding new functionality and we welcome your suggestions and feedback.
Please feel free to send us any additional dummy texts.
dummytext  placeholdertext  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Type Scale - A Visual Calculator
I like to enter the base font size of my body content. Then I select from the surrounding values for headers and small copy.

There are no rules. Just experiment and have fun. Try using the values for line-height, margins or whatever, and see what works.
typography  fonts  tools 
february 2015 by Frontrunner
Stephen Meszaros | Prototyping Tools
Some of the most popular tools used for prototyping interactions. These tools can be used for both iOS and Android. They are constantly changing, and new tools seem to enter the market every week. With that said, these are the tools of early-2015.
prototyping  tools  ios  resource  design 
january 2015 by Frontrunner
The 101 Most Useful Websites on the Internet
The most useful websites on the Internet that you may not know about. These web sites, well most of them, solve at least one problem really well and they all have simple web addresses (URLs) that you can memorize thus saving you a trip to Google.
reference  bestof  biglist  tools  curatedlist  linkdump 
january 2015 by Frontrunner
7 programming Myths -- Busted!
1. Offshoring produces software faster and cheaper.
2. Good coders work long hours.
3. Great developers are 10 times more productive.
4. Cutting-edge tools produce better results.
5. The more eyes on the code, the fewer bugs.
6. Great programmers write the fastest code.
7. Good code is "simple" or "elegant".
programming  myths  offshoring  tools  developers  code  2012 
january 2015 by Frontrunner

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