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2012

Real-time website data for front-line action takers

by holyver & 2 others
We’re not for the back-office analyst. Our real-time data tools are built for your website's front-line, get-your-hands-dirty, action-focused people. Chartbeat is for doers.

2011

Puppet versus Chef: 10 reasons why Puppet wins | Bitfield Consulting

by holyver
Puppet, Chef, cfengine, and Bcfg2 are all players in the configuration management space. If you’re looking for Linux automation solutions, or server configuration management tools, the two technologies you’re most likely to come across are Puppet and Opscode Chef. They are broadly similar in architecture and solve the same kinds of problems. Puppet, from Reductive Labs, has been around longer, and has a large user base. Chef, from Opscode, has learned some of the lessons from Puppet’s development, and has a high-profile client: EngineYard.

2010

Buzzr | Drupal Made Easy.

by claire_
Powerful Websites Made Easy. The White House, Sony and The Economist Use Drupal. Now You Can Too.

codepad

by claire_ & 2 others
CodePad permet de tester une fonction, une ligne de commande ou tout simplement un bout de code dans différents langages ( C C++ D Haskell Lua Ocaml PHP Perl Python Ruby Scheme Tcl )

2009

Aegir hosting system | groups.drupal.org

by claire_
Ægir is a set of modules for Drupal that helps you maintain several Drupal sites. It does this by providing you with a simple Drupal based hosting front end for your entire network of sites. To deploy a new site you simply have to create a new Site node. To backup or upgrade sites, you simply manage your site nodes as you would any other node.

Google Squared

by claire_ & 1 other
Google Squared is a search tool that helps you quickly build a collection of facts from the Web for any topic you specify. * Facts about your topic are organized as a table of items and attributes (we call them "Squares" for fun). * Customize these Squares to see just the items and attributes you're interested in. * See the websites that served as sources for the information in your Square. * Save and share Squares with others.

Adobe Labs - Adobe BrowserLab

by claire_ & 1 other
BrowserLab provides web designers exact renderings of their web pages in multiple browsers and operating systems, on demand. BrowserLab is a powerful solution for cross-browser compatibility testing, featuring multiple viewing and comparison tools, as well as customizable preferences. Since BrowserLab is an online service, it can be accessed from virtually any computer connected to the web. Also, Adobe Dreamweaver® CS4 software users have access to additional functionality such as testing local and active content.

Google Wave Preview

by claire_ & 4 others
Google Wave is a new tool for communication and collaboration on the web, coming later this year. Watch the demo video below, sign up for updates and learn more about how to develop with Google Wave.

2008

IECapt - A Internet Explorer Web Page Rendering Capture Utility

by claire_ & 7 others
IECapt is a small command-line utility to capture Internet Explorer's rendering of a web page into a BMP, JPEG or PNG image file. The C++ version also has experimental support for Enhanced Metafile vector graphic output. IECapt is available in a C++ and a C# version.

smush it!

by claire_ & 7 others
Smushit.com is a service that goes beyond the limitations of Photoshop, Fireworks & Co. It uses image format specific non-lossy image optimization tools to squeeze the last bytes out of your images - without changing their look or visual quality. You'll get a report of how many bytes you can save by optimizing your images and all the changed images as a single zip for download.

Google Docs Bar - Companion for Firefox

by claire_ & 1 other
gDocsBar is a sidebar extension for firefox, a perfect companion for Google® Docs. With gDocsBar, you can drag and drop multiple files into the sidebar to upload documents.

DIY Map: Create clickable maps in Flash

by claire_ & 2 others
DIY Map is a clickable, zooming map written in Flash and colored by data from an external text file

COLOURlovers API Documentation and Showcase by COLOURlovers

by claire_
With the release of the COLOURlovers API, you can now access almost 1 million named colors and more than 325,000 color palettes for your creative projects and applications

pootle:index · Translate Toolkit & Pootle

by mbertier & 2 others (via)
Pootle is a user-friendly web portal that makes the translation process so much simpler. It allows online translation, work assignment, gives statistics and allows easy volunteer contribution. You can run Pootle as an Internet server like these projects or run your own copy on an Intranet (for individual work, team work or Translate@thons).

Kaarsemaker.net - Falcon Repository Manager

by mbertier
f you want to distribute source and/or binary packages for Ubuntu or any other distribution using .deb packages, Falcon is the tool for you. Creating a simple repository takes almost no configuration, you can get started in a matter of minutes. But Falcon also allows you to support the more advanced functionality in APT, such as integrating your packages with the excellent app-install system or support for apt-file, allowing people to search for files in your repository without installing packages

Overview at Maatkit

by claire_
offers unique synchronization algorithms that can efficiently find and resolve differences between

Sniffing refactoring needs

by kasi77 & 2 others (via)
While still messing around with the PHP_CodeSniffer Pear package, I took a somehow jealous 1000 feet look at some prominent code inspection tools of the Java community: PMD and Checkstyle. Browsing their available rule sets/checks I soon recognized that guaranteeing the coding standard adherence is just a partial aspect of these tools. The following post will focus on one of these additional aspects, which is finding problems related to the code size of the inspected code artifacts, by showing how to port two selected rules to sniffs for utilization with the PHP_CodeSniffer tool. These ported sniffs can be used to automatically spot obvious code smells in the code base and to signal the need to apply the appropriate and odour reducing activity known as refactoring. Further more a complete set of code size sniffs, going beyond the trageted realm of the sniffs to come, could be used to speed up the feedback loop and to reduce the effort for manual code reviews.

ntop - network top

by mbertier & 2 others
The use of: * a web interface * limited configuration and administration via the web interface * reduced CPU and memory usage (they vary according to network size and traffic) make ntop easy to use and suitable for monitoring various kind of networks.

<raphael.on.php/>: Sniffing refactoring needs

by mbertier & 2 others
While still messing around with the PHP_CodeSniffer Pear package, I took a somehow jealous 1000 feet look at some prominent code inspection tools of the Java community: PMD and Checkstyle. Browsing their available rule sets/checks I soon recognized that guaranteeing the coding standard adherence is just a partial aspect of these tools. The following post will focus on one of these additional aspects, which is finding problems related to the code size of the inspected code artifacts, by showing how to port two selected rules to sniffs for utilization with the PHP_CodeSniffer tool. These ported sniffs can be used to automatically spot obvious code smells in the code base and to signal the need to apply the appropriate and odour reducing activity known as refactoring. Further more a complete set of code size sniffs, going beyond the trageted realm of the sniffs to come, could be used to speed up the feedback loop and to reduce the effort for manual code reviews.

Ivan Zoratti's Blog (on MySQL): Meetup Group and Thoughts on MySQL Proxy

by mbertier (via)
I have created a shortlist of what the Enterprise customers like to see with Proxy. Jan and the engineering team are working at some of these features, but it would be really great to see the contribution from the Community as well.

mod_xsendfile

by mbertier (via)
mod_xsendfile is a small Apache2 module that processes X-SENDFILE headers registered by the original output handler. If it encounters the presence of such header it will discard all output and send the file specified by that header instead using Apache internals including all optimizations like caching-headers and sendfile or mmap if configured. It is useful for processing script-output of e.g. php, perl or any cgi.

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