poorly designed website, pages load very slowly. When selecting a model the manufacturer list never gets back.

magedassad, over 2 years ago Reply in: Battery Warehouse Co


This sounds interesting! If they really can cover all of that it could be a really nice tool.

awes0me, over 2 years ago Reply in: Tapglue


you can also take a look of google free charts.

jamescolt, over 2 years ago Reply in: JS Charts


data visualization

jamescolt, over 2 years ago Reply in: KoolChart


Really koolchart is awesome.

jamescolt, over 2 years ago Reply in: KoolChart


Hey guys! Thanks for checking us out :)
We have multiple goals we want to achieve with GitHelp, the first one is helping busy open source maintainers to manage all the questions and support requests that comes to them from different sources like GitHub issues, Twitter, Mailing lists, StackOverflow, forums, or even requests for audio and video conversation in one place. You can think of it as ZenDesk for open source projects.
The other side of that is for the benefit of developers, by matching them with the best experts and increase their chance of getting the best answers they need as fast as possible. But we don't just depend on matching developers requests with experts. We think there's enough content on the internet from resources like Documentation, Tutorial sites, StackOverflow questions, and blogs that we can match your request with a content/link that can help you without nagging someone.
This beta version of GitHelp have the core of the product. Developers can create help requests and we match them with the open source maintainers and maintainers/hackers can reply.
What's next for GitHelp is the dashboard for maintainers to manage the all requests and collaborate on that, the matching with content, also the payment is coming up very soon. We focused on the Ruby community right now, but we'll expand to other communities soon like JavaScript. Please let us know what you think!

ahmdrefat, over 2 years ago Reply in: GitHelp



wokopoko, over 2 years ago Reply in: yolpo


Beautifully designed.

nblackburn, over 2 years ago Reply in: Slimvoice


Handy service.

nblackburn, over 2 years ago Reply in: WakaTime


One of the most valuable plugins in my arsenal.

nblackburn, over 2 years ago Reply in: SublimeGit


At Waracle [] a specialist App Software development house, we have been using Kumulos for about 3 years, a great tool, easy to use, our techs love it as it saves them heaps of time, pulls them out of the boring stuff (all the backend dev opps stuff, server patching, backups and the rest), would recommend it to anyone that wants to take a lot of hassle away from building and running apps... []

bobdklawson, over 2 years ago Reply in: Kumulous


SyncUI is a service for web developers that helps to deal with problem of cross browser compatibility. It enables development and testing in multiple browsers simultaneously.

Millions of developers spend days or even weeks trying to fit website to all modern browsers and devices. Web developers have to write code that works in hundreds of different environments. Mobile is even worse - hundreds of different browsers/OS/device variations. Developers waste too much time to check websites in multiple device/browser combinations. This costs money and postpones product release date.

SyncUI enables developer to build high quality websites faster. SyncUI customers spend less time and money for testing. High product quality is the must for modern website. SyncUI is not just helping customers to build their application. It helps them to create valuable products and build strong business. Check all needed browsers and devices simultaneously! Test them from one screen: all your actions will be applied to other devices, in real time. Just review the outcomes.

SyncUI, over 2 years ago Reply in: SyncUI



gencer, over 2 years ago Reply in: Birevision


Its not free..!
$27.00 to purchase.

Prashan7, over 2 years ago Reply in: Free Meteor eBook


I can suggest you to easily learn WORKMAN keyboard layout ;)

mstechfreak, over 2 years ago Reply in: Workman Keyboard Layout


Surprisingly easy to use even if you did not know before what a sequence diagram is :D

Walkman, over 2 years ago Reply in: Quick Sequence Diagram Editor


This is a list, but it would be too much to add everything to Pineapple and significant enough that should included here.

Walkman, almost 3 years ago Reply in: Awesome Python



alexRrrrr, almost 3 years ago Reply in: Webix Kanban Board widget


Great stuff! Made my day

nedudi, almost 3 years ago Reply in: Webix Kanban Board widget

Tutorials are any resources you learn from.

Examples: an intro to html5 screencast, a pdf about git, photoshop effects tutorials, meta-programming in ruby, lambda calculus, higher-order fixed-point combinators.

Tools are websites, apps or services used -on- your project (indirectly), to aid the process.

Examples: A color scheme generator, email marketing software, usability heat maps, css3 code generators, a downloadable png compressor.

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Examples: a jquery sticky menu, photoshop brushes, background textures, mvc frameworks, twitter bootstrap, 960 grid system.