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QuickLinks vom 28. Mai bis zum 18. Juni

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 28. Mai bis zum 18. Juni:

  • ocra - (One-Click Ruby Application) builds Windows executables from Ruby source code. The executable is a self-extracting, self-running executable that contains the Ruby interpreter, your source code and any additionally needed ruby libraries or DLL.
  • Antwort - offers responsive layouts for Email that both fits and adapts to client widths. Don’t underwhelm desktop users with single column layouts that work for mobile. Antwort offers columns on desktop that automatically become rows on mobile.
  • Pagoda - Zen like blog editor for your Jekyll blog, heavily inspired by Svbtle and Obvtse.
  • crouton - is a set of scripts based around debootstrap that bundle up into an easy-to-use, Chromium OS-centric Ubuntu chroot generator. It should work for Debian as well (you can specify a different mirror and release), but “Chromium OS Debian Chroot Environment” doesn’t acronymize as well.
  • Levinux - (download ~18 MB) is a tiny virtual Linux server that runs from USB or Dropbox with a double-click (no install) from the desktop of a Mac, Windows or Linux PC-making it the perfect learning environment, and a great way to run & keep your code safe for life! Think of it as an introduction to old-skool “short stack” development-more relevant now then ever as Linux/Unix gets embedded into everything.
  • Plot - a scientific 2D plotting program for Mac OS X. Plot is designed for everyday plotting, it is easy to use, it creates high quality plots, it allows easy and powerful manipulations and calculations of data and it is free.
  • Pingendo - is a desktop app to author HTML and CSS for designer and developers.
  • OpenEmu - is an open source project to bring game emulation to OS X as a first class citizen, leveraging modern OS X technologies such as Cocoa, Core Animation and Quartz, and 3rd party libraries like Sparkle for auto-updating. Open Emu is based on a modular architecture, allowing for game-engine plugins, this means Open Emu can support a host of different emulation engines and back-ends while retaining a familiar OS X native front-end.
  • CocoaDialog - is an OS X application that allows the use of common GUI controls such as file selectors, text input, progress bars, yes/no confirmations and more with a command-line application. It requires no knowledge of Cocoa, and is ideal for use in shell and Perl scripts (or Ruby, or Python, or… etc).
  • a2z - Simple Ruby DSL for searching & retrieving items from the Amazon Product Advertising API