Sitecake is an easy to use CMS (Content Management System) for small websites, with a WYSIWYG, drag & drop editor. A standard web hosting packet (a web server and PHP 5.4+) is all you need to install and use it.
Sitecake editor supports drag & drop items from your desktop, other browser window, YouTube, Google maps, Twitter ..etc. Sitecake reads, modifies and saves changes in regular HTML files. No PHP or template language knowledge required. All changes are saved directly in HTML page, all images in file system. Once you finish editing you still have a static website.
You’re finally done with your design project, you go to save your file, and suddenly you’re bombarded with over a dozen possible image file types to choose from. It can be a bewildering experience if you’re not sure what you’re doing or the difference between them, but we’re here to demystify the process for you by helping you understand the cold, hard truth:
There are only a handful of image formats that really matter.
Now, before you die of shock and outrage, we’ll fully admit—there wouldn’t be that many file types to choose from if they didn’t each serve a particular purpose. But a lot of them are specialized file types that you’ll never use, especially when designing for print.
So with that bit of unpleasantness out of the way, let’s get down to figuring out the image file types that matter most.
CamanJS is very easy to extend with new filters and plugins, and it comes with a wide array of image editing functionality, which continues to grow. It’s completely library independent and works both in NodeJS and the browser.
A logo is more than just a pretty image for customers to look at while they use a product or service. It’s the face of an entire brand, a symbol that determines how people feel about that particular company. For example, if a restaurant’s logo is cold and unappetizing, potential customers are going to associate that image with their food.
So what sort of ingredients do you need to cook up a tasty, irresistible logo? This infographic will provide you with tips and ideas related to each of the qualities that a successful logo design must have.
Let’s Chat is a persistent messaging application that runs on Node.js and MongoDB. It’s designed to be easily deployable and fits well with small, intimate teams.
It’s free (MIT licensed) and ships with killer features such as LDAP/Kerberos authentication, a REST-like API and XMPP support. Let’s Chat is a side-project of the development team at Security Compass. (A real life 10% time project!)
Organic Food Icon Set (AI, EPS, SVG, PNG) is a set of 30 organic food icons that come in all common (vector-based) formats. The food icon set is perfect for modern food related projects.
Each icon in this modern set was crafted with utmost precision and completed to perfection. The minimal style makes these icons a perfect fit for any modern food related project.
The icons included are: apple, banana, basket, blender, bread, broccoli, carrot, coconut, corn, cucumber, egg, eggplant, eco bag, grain, grape, honey, jam, leaf, lemon, lettuce, milk, mushrooms, onion, pear, pepper, radish, smoothie, citrus press, tomato and watermelon.
Slideout.js is a touch slideout navigation menu for your mobile web apps. It supports Chrome (IOS, Android, desktop), Firefox (Android, desktop), Safari (IOS, Android, desktop), Opera (desktop) and IE 10+ (desktop).
- Simple markup.
- Native scrolling.
- Easy customization.
- CSS transforms & transitions.
- Just 4 Kb!
A responsive Bootstrap website template made by the folks from Pixel Buddha and PSD2HTML. The elegant one-page design is perfect for web dev, apps or software related projects.
The responsive HTML one-page template is built with Bootstrap and comes with SCSS and PSD files. It works really well for app or start-up themes but can easily be adjusted for any kind of content. It’s a great template to get started quickly with your project.
Sharelock allows you to share data easily and securely. Simply type a secret and the e-mail or Twitter handle of the person(s) you want to share it with and an encrypted link (URL) will be generated.
You send that URL out any way you’d like – publicly or privately – the channel does not need to be secure, as the Sharelock itself is already encrypted. Your recipient clicks on the URL and is required to authenticate using Auth0. Sharelock checks to see if the authenticated recipient is on the list of people you intended to share your secret with. If everything checks out, the data is decrypted and your recipient receives the secret!