Get Microsoft Visual Studio For Free

Posted on July 10, 2017. Filed under: Freeware/Shareware | Tags: , , , |

Gizmo’s Freeware posts: A couple of years ago, Microsoft made a major announcement about the future of Visual Studio, the software that most serious software developers use for creating Windows programs. Instead of charging around $1000 for Visual Studio, it would be available for free for non-commercial use.

Source: Get Microsoft Visual Studio For Free | Gizmo’s Freeware

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HTML5 Boilerplate – A rock-solid default template for HTML5 awesome.

Posted on April 18, 2011. Filed under: Web 2.0, Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , , |

HTML5 Boilerplate claims to provide A rock-solid default template for HTML5 awesome.

A useful site for programming for the web in HTML5.

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Hot Scripts – The net’s largest PHP, CGI, Perl, JavaScript and ASP script collection and resource web portal.

Posted on April 11, 2011. Filed under: programming, Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Hot Scripts – The net’s largest PHP, CGI, Perl, JavaScript and ASP script collection and resource web portal..

Find that bit of program you need for whatever.

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Periodic Table of the (HTML5) Elements by Josh Duck

Posted on October 25, 2010. Filed under: programming | Tags: , |

Josh Duck presents his Periodic Table of the Elements — the elements of HTML5, that is.

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When can I use…

Posted on October 25, 2010. Filed under: programming | Tags: , , , , , |

When can I use… has advice for HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.

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HTML5Rocks – A resource for open web HTML5 developers

Posted on October 25, 2010. Filed under: programming, Tutorials | Tags: , , , |

HTML5Rocks – A resource for open web HTML5 developers.

Tutorials and help for HTML 5.

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WordPress Snippets

Posted on October 25, 2010. Filed under: blogging, programming | Tags: , , , |

WordPress Snippets has lots of handy snippets of code for that WordPress theme you’re working on.

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App Inventor (Beta) for Android phones

Posted on July 26, 2010. Filed under: Android, Phones, programming | Tags: , , , , |

Google opens up the Android operating system with App Inventor (Beta).

Use this to create apps for Android phones and devices with little or no programming.

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A Collection of HTML5 Resources and Tutorials

Posted on February 1, 2010. Filed under: programming, Tutorials, Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Speckyboy Design Magazine has A Collection of HTML5 Resources and Tutorials.

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Dynamic Drive DHTML & JavaScript

Posted on April 13, 2009. Filed under: Freeware/Shareware, programming, Techniques, Web 2.0, Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Dynamic Drive DHTML(dynamic html) & JavaScript code library is a source of “free, original DHTML & Javascripts to enhance your web site”.

Calendars, forms, image effects, mouseovers, scrollers… lots more.

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Unspammable email link for your web site

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: Email, Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Email spammers use robot software to search web sites for email addresses, and then use those to send you all that worthless junk to fill your inbox.

But you have to have your email address out on your web site, don’t you?

Here’s one answer: an “unspammable” email trick.

“Here’s a script to prevent spammers and email harvesters from finding your email address on your website. The below email address link is unretrievable by spammer robots. Simply update the variables with your email information and replace your mailto: links with this script.”

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Cheat Sheet: RGB Hexadecimal Colors

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: Everything | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

I Love Jack Daniels” has a number of handy cheat sheets for programmers. There is no apparent requirement to share the same taste in drinks just to use the cheat sheet, however.

RGB Hex Colour Chart

Posted in Cheat Sheets, September 22, 2003

“A free, printer-friendly RGB Hex colour chart for web designers.”

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Cheat Sheet: PHP

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: programming, Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , |

[last updated 2009.7.17]

Added Bytes” has a number of handy cheat sheets for programmers.

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Cheat Sheet: MySQL (and Jack Daniels?)

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: programming | Tags: , , |

I Love Jack Daniels” has a number of handy cheat sheets for programmers. There is no apparent requirement to share the same taste in drinks just to use the cheat sheet, however.

MySQL Cheat Sheet
Posted in Cheat Sheets, May 24, 2005

“A quick reference guide for MySQL, including functions (both in MySQL and PHP), data types, and sample queries. Available in PDF and PNG formats.”

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Cheat Sheet: JavaScript (and Jack Daniels?)

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: Everything | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

I Love Jack Daniels” has a number of handy cheat sheets for programmers. There is no apparent requirement to share the same taste in drinks just to use the cheat sheet, however.

JavaScript Cheat Sheet

Posted in Cheat Sheets, August 1, 2005

“A quick reference guide for JavaScript, listing methods and functions, and including a guide to regular expressions and the XMLHttpRequest object.”

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Cheat Sheet: special characters in HTML

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , , |

[updated 2009.8.4]

Added Bytes has a number of handy cheat sheets for programmers.

HTML Character Entities Cheat Sheet
Posted in Cheat Sheets, September 29, 2005
“I’m forever looking up character codes, so this cheat sheet was a no-brainer. This contains a list of the assigned character codes in HTML, with an example of how they are displayed, and description.”

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HTML Cheat Sheet

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: Web site creation | Tags: , , , , , , , |

I Love Jack Daniels” has a number of handy cheat sheets for programmers. There is no apparent requirement to share the same taste in drinks just to use the cheat sheet, however.

HTML Cheat Sheet
Posted in Cheat Sheets, January 8, 2007
“HTML is the language of the web. It is the semantic support on which websites depend. This A4 reference lists the various tags available to the web designer, as well as a selection of useful character entities, attributes and events.”

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Cheat Sheet for SQL Server

Posted on February 5, 2008. Filed under: programming | Tags: , , , , |

I Love Jack Daniels” has a number of handy cheat sheets for programmers.  There is no apparent requirement to share the same taste in drinks just to use the cheat sheet, however.

SQL Server Cheat Sheet

Posted in Cheat Sheets, July 20, 2007

“Microsoft’s SQL Server is a powerful database server that integrates well with other Microsoft technologies like ASP and .NET, and includes some of the best database management tools available. This A4 reference lists the various functions available in SQL Server, and demonstrates the creation of stored procedures, triggers and functions.”

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PerlExpress makes it easier

Posted on January 29, 2008. Filed under: Freeware/Shareware, Perl, programming | Tags: , , , , , , , |

PerlExpress is an unique and powerful integrated development environment (IDE) under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003, includes multiple tools for writing and debugging your perl programs. Perl Express is intended both for the experienced and professional Perl developers and for the beginners.  Open source freeware!

General Features

Multiple scripts for editing, running and debugging
Full server simulation
Completely integrated debugging with breakpoints, stepping, displaying variable values, etc.
Queries may be created from internal Web browser or Query editor
Test MySQL, MS Access… scripts for Windows
Interactive I/O
Multiple input files
Allows you to set environment variables used for running and debugging script
Customizable code editor with syntax highlighting, unlimited text size, printing, line numbering, bookmarks, column selection, powerful search and replace engine, multilevel undo/redo operations, margin and gutter, etc.
Highlighting of matching braces
Windows/Unix/Mac line endings support
OfficeXP-styled menus and toolbars
HTML, RTF export
Live preview of the scripts in the internal web browser
Directory Window
Code Library
Operation with the projects
Code Templates
Help on functions
Perl printer, pod viewer, table of characters and HTML symbols, and others

Recommended by the Librarian in Black.

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Does Cousin It use AutoIt?

Posted on December 3, 2007. Filed under: Freeware/Shareware, Macros & Shortcuts, programming | Tags: , , , , , , |

Remember Cousin It from the old Addams Family shows or movies?  Did he use a computer?  Oh, wait — we never saw his hands… so he had to use something hands-off, didn’t he?

Maybe he could use AutoIt, the “freeware BASIC-like scripting language designed for automating the Windows GUI and general scripting. It uses a combination of simulated keystrokes, mouse movement and window/control manipulation in order to automate tasks in a way not possible or reliable with other languages (e.g. VBScript and SendKeys). AutoIt is also very small, self-contained and will run on all versions of Windows out-of-the-box with no annoying “runtimes” required!”

AutoIt is intended to create your own programs to perform Windows tasks with little programs that simulate someone using the mouse and/or keyboard.

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