Links for September 29th through October 4th
October 4, 2013
Install to Homescreen – Google Chrome Mobile: iOS like Webclips finally come to Android – Starting with the Chrome Beta (M31) you can set up your web app to be added on to a device's homescreen as an application shortcut and have it launch in full-screen "app mode" using Chrome for Android’s “Add to homescreen” menu item.
PostgreSQL Studio – Open Source Web-based PostgreSQL Development – PostgreSQL Studio makes it possible to edit your database code, navigate your schema and run full SQL queries from within web pages that live in a browser. It is a database development tool focused on developing databases for the web, in the web.
Webinar Recording: Why iOS 7 Will Enable A Frenzy Of New Enterprise Mobile Applications – As a result of improvements in iOS 7, we expect to see a frenzy of new iOS enterprise applications in the next 12-18 months. These improvements directly benefit application developers and IT administrators and will accelerate the adoption of purpose built
Spring IO brings together the Spring family of projects into a cohesive and versioned foundational platform for modern applications – Spring IO brings together the Spring family of projects into a cohesive and versioned foundational platform for modern applications
GitHub For Beginners: Don’t Get Scared, Get Started – ReadWrite – GitHub is more than just a programmer's tool. If you want to collaborate on anything, you should give it a try. Part 1 of a two-part look at getting started with GitHub.
The Developer is the New CIO: How Vendors Adapt to the Changing Landscape – The Developer is the New CIO: How Vendors Adapt to the Changing Landscape
Google Web Designer – Create engaging, interactive HTML5-based designs and motion graphics that can run on any device. – Let us handle the HTML5 and CSS3 so you’re free to focus on what you love to do: creating gorgeous visual experiences. A full design suite lets you easily bring any vision to life.
What I Wish I Knew Before Studying Computer Security in College – Now that my time in college is almost over, I want to reflect on some of the things I've learned as a student of Computer Security with the hope that some incoming security students can learn from my experiences. If you are currently in the industry or hav
Things I Learned Working on the Twitter Platform | Ryan Sarver – Giving advice is much easier than deploying it. I’ll be the first to admit that we weren’t able to successfully implement a lot of the lessons here, but hopefully they are still valuable. This isn’t meant to be an analysis or tell-all about Twitter’s platf