Category: Development

  • Top 100 Web Development Cheat Sheets

    With the vast array of web development knowledge available on the Internet, there's certainly no shortage of cheat sheets to be found. However, finding a way to wrangle them all into one place isn't quite as easy. That's why we've compiled a list of some of the best cheat sheet collections out there. That's right: this is your newest cheat sheet for cheat sheeting.
  • Test Me: 23 Free Website Accessibility Checkers

    Your new website may look sleek, and stylish but it won't get you too far if it won't load, has errors in coding, or isn't accessible to those with disabilities. Great web design isn't just about looking cool, it's also about bringing your product and information to everyone, regardless of what browser they're using or their physical limitations. Luckily, there are numerous free programs out there that can help you to check your accessibility before you fully launch your site. Here are 25 free programs and online accessibility checkers to run your new website through to make sure everyone can enjoy your content.

  • The Top 80 Charities for Open Source Advocates

    These 80 charities and nonprofit organizations foster the open source spirit through education programs, fundraising practices and promotional techniques in order to transform the Internet into a more democratic entity.
  • Top 50 Guides for New Web Developers

    For those just getting started in Web development, the options and information out there can seem overwhelming. While this may be so, it's truly an asset to be able to have access to limitless choices. You will, however, need to choose a place to begin learning all the things you don't know. Whether you have a basic knowledge of Web development or are a complete newbie, here are 50 guides that can help you to learn and expand your knowledge so that you can build more successful and accessible sites.
  • Twitter Toolset: 50+ Guides, Hacks & Scripts

    Twitter lets users create profiles so that friends, family, fans or loyal readers have the ability to see updates on what they're up to via the web, email, or even their mobile phones. Twitter's mobility and easy-to-use interface are great features, but there are ways that users can make Twitter an even more useful and interactive tool. Here are more than 50 plug-ins, add-ons and other tools that can help you improve your Twitter experience.
  • 17 Specialty Search Engines Every Web Developer Should Bookmark

    Google, Yahoo, MSN and aren't the only search engines out there. There are many smaller, more customized search options that can help you quickly find what you're looking for by only searching through a few sites rather than through everything. After all, you've got enough on your mind with hosting, design and programming to do. Try out these 17 search engines designed with web developers in mind.
  • Delicious Toolbox: 50+ Scripts, Tools & Tutorials users are clued in to one of the Web's simplest social media secrets. As a no-frills information sharing community of news junkies, techie geeks, science enthusiasts, and lifestyle and culture trendsetters, offers its members a place to share and discuss the articles that are documenting the world's most current and pressing stories. Though the site operates on a relatively simple bookmarking system, there are lots of new tools and apps that can enhance your already experience.
  • Digg Toolbox: 70+ Scripts, Tools & Tutorials

    Whether you're on a mission to attract more readers to your posts or just want to connect with other bloggers and catch up on all the news and trends without having to turn on the TV, Digg is practically the center of the blogosphere. To keep yourself current on what's new with Digg, check out this list of everything Digg related: tools, accessories, scripts, and more!
  • The iPhone Development Roundup: 100 Apps, Tools, and Guides

    Whether you're developing for the iPhone or just want to find more ways to play with your shiny new toy, there are loads of resources out there designed to help you out. From cool apps, to helpful tools, and easy to use guides, we've found 100 of the best. Read on to discover some of the most fun and useful developments for the iPhone.
  • 12 Non-Dev-Related Tools Every Programmer Should Have

    It's easy to get caught up in the sea of development and hosting tools you use on a regular basis, but you can't forget about the little programs that you are or should be using to make your life a little easier. Set aside some time to make sure you've got the right tools for the most basic of jobs (keeping you organized and productive) with these 12 tools.
  • Linux for Business: 50 Apps to Get your Office on Open Source

    Open source software has a lot to offer the business world. Aside from the fact that they're generally free, many open source programs are more secure, reliable and customizable than their proprietary counterparts. So how can you make open source software work for your business? Here are 50 apps that can help your office get on track to join the growing numbers of businesses that have made the switch to open source.
  • WordPress on Speed: 17 Tweaks to Accelerate your Blog

    For both daily subscribers and one-time traffic spikes from sites like Digg, it's vital for the growth and reputation of your blog to ensure that you always bring the bacon. Follow these steps to keep your WordPress blog at the top of its game.
  • 10 Creative Ways to Use Amazon Web Services

    Amazon isn't just a marketplace anymore. With Amazon Web Services, you can go beyond picking out a new toaster and experience innovative applications that can help you to better run your website. Check out these 10 creative ways to put Amazon Web Services to work for you.