pineapple

This one's good too, hurr

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: CSS Gradient Background Maker

pineapple

Not sure but I know many people that use it, and all have rave reviews.

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Braintree

wsg

Does it work in the UK?

wsg, about 5 years ago Reply in: Braintree

pineapple

My favorite as well

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Domainr

wsg

very cool! I bookmarked this one

wsg, about 5 years ago Reply in: Domainr

snird

Awesome! thanks!

snird, about 5 years ago Reply in: {wrap}Bootstrap

SkinnyGeek1010

Try the website for the current course, CS106a. It's more up to date, and also has an OS-X version that will work on Lion.
http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs106a/

SkinnyGeek1010, about 5 years ago Reply in: Take the first CS class at Stanford for free online

erlingur

Cool, thanks!

erlingur, about 5 years ago Reply in: {wrap}Bootstrap

erlingur

Huh. Don't know why I never even considered the fact that there would be Bootstrap themes. Thanks!

erlingur, about 5 years ago Reply in: {wrap}Bootstrap

katsu

yeah looks kind of >.>

katsu, about 5 years ago Reply in: Hello Bar

wsg

hmm it looks interesting but I think charging a subscription for something so basic is a little weird. I'd never pay a monthly fee for something so easy to replicate.

wsg, about 5 years ago Reply in: Hello Bar

katsu

+1 for namecheap. Go nowhere else.

katsu, about 5 years ago Reply in: Namecheap

katsu

Is this basically like Redis?

katsu, about 5 years ago Reply in: MemSql

katsu

Is this any good? Looks pretty sweet..

katsu, about 5 years ago Reply in: RubyMine

pineapple

Thanks for adding this. A word about the tags, 'google code university' probably wouldnt be a tag because it's not describing the content/topic itself, and people searching wouldn't know to type that. Tags should describe the content, not really who provides it or what site contains it :) I left the google tag in as I assume they probably talk about somewhere in there code relevant to google itself

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Google's Python Class

pineapple

This is superb...

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: JavaScript Garden

pineapple

To people looking for color scheme generators.. I've had better results with this simple one than some other complex ones like color scheme designer 3

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: ColorSchemer Online

pineapple

This is on the cusp of not being suitable for this site, but it actually seems like quality stuff.

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Mighty Deals

301

literally was JUST looking for this today, thanks.

301, about 5 years ago Reply in: BigVideo.js

301

that effect is insanely awesome... i want that more than the plugin

301, about 5 years ago Reply in: dat.gui

301

If their blog didn't suck and actually loaded that would be nice

301, about 5 years ago Reply in: Rotate Elements with jQuery

pointi

very easy to use rotate plugin! love it :)

pointi, about 5 years ago Reply in: Rotate Elements with jQuery

erlingur

No, sorry. Haven't used it.

erlingur, about 5 years ago Reply in: GitLab

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.