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Sculptris Cool Infographics - Blog Programming in the Cloud. Some remarkable Online IDEs. Cloud computing is said to be the next big thing. We have witnessed the creation of great applications like Office tools, web operating systems and many many more. We still see Google, Yahoo! Things could not be different for development and designing tools. Flash Creation with Flash Minibuilder This project, currently named ActionScript MiniBuilder, features code assist (code completion) for ActionScript 3 and compilation of one-file AS3 SWF. Image Editing with SplashUp Splashup, formerly Fauxto, is a powerful editing tool and photo manager. PHP Developing with PHPAnywhere PHPAnywhere is an online PHP IDE that will be very familiar to Zend Studio users. PHP, C#, .NET, HTML, Javascript with CodeRun CodeRun is a browser-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE), built on top of the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Javascript and HTML with UIzard An excellent IDE for online HTML and Javascript creation. Users of Visual Studio will find UIzard very familiar.

UNIX / Linux Tutorial for Beginners A beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of UNIX / Linux commands. Introduction to the UNIX Operating System What is UNIX? Files and processes The Directory Structure Starting an UNIX terminal Tutorial One Listing files and directories Making Directories Changing to a different Directory The directories . and .. Recommended UNIX and Linux books If you wish to continue learning Unix, here is a list of good Unix and Linux books, ranging from beginners to advanced.

Awkward Stock Photos Pencil - a traditional 2D animation software 14 cool free fonts It’s been a while since our last collection of free fonts. Most of the fonts shared in this post shouldn’t be used for blocks of text, but they can be interesting for titles. 1. A script font with tons of ligatures and alternate. 2. Clean and lightweight sans-serif font. 3. Extra-bold rounded sans-serif, not very readable but some letters are really cool (the capital “N” for example) 4. Monospaced font designed for coding. 5. Very light and elegant sans-serif font. 6. Font pack by Jean-François Porchez for Conqueror. 7. A grungy script font. 8. A font in a font in a font, Matryoshka is inspired by russian wooden dolls. 9. Elegant script font. 10. Bold and powerful font with a squared look. 11. Font inspired by the letter style of British car plates. 12. Font inspired by the work of Saul Bass. 13. Nice bold sans-serif font. 14. Ultra-bold slab serif typeface that is reminiscent of old American Western woodcuts, broadsides, and newspaper headlines.

IDE in the cloud: Mozilla Labs' browser-based IDE prototype Mozilla Labs has launched a new project called Bespin that provides a browser-based framework for interactive code editing. The prototype includes a simple IDE with a built-in command system, a basic project management interface, and an editor that supports syntax highlighting and other features. The Bespin framework is distributed under an open source license and can be deployed by users on any server. It uses standards-based Web technologies and doesn't rely on features that are specific to the Mozilla ecosystem, so you will eventually be able to use it in any standards-compliant Web browser. It does use some cutting-edge standards, however, so you will need Firefox 3 or a WebKit nightly build to test it today. The editor's internal components are written in JavaScript and are very easy to extend. A technical overview of the prototype and additional details about the Bespin vision are provided in a blog entry at Ajaxian.

100 of the Best (Useful) OpenSource Applications | Ubuntu Linux Help The following is a list of about 100 of the best OpenSource Applications, that actually help make Linux more usable for people. It is my hope that this list shows potential Linux users that there really is a large, effective, productive and usable range of free, OpenSource applications. For existing Linux users (like myself), I think this will provide a great resource in finding applications that may better suit your needs, or just for fun! Needless to say, this is just some of the thousands of applications available! I develop web sites, so this list tends to focus on applications which support that type of work. The majority of these applications can be installed by either apt-get or synaptic, however I’ve included the web site addresses of these applications so that you can obtain more information. This list took a long time to put together and I tried to keep it in alphabetical order for you. – You might want to bookmark this and come back later. Enjoy! Ardour: (

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