MacBook Air 2014 vs 2013

MacBook Air 2014 vs 2013: What is new? Should You Upgrade to a 2014 MacBook Air? If you wanted big change, you will be disappointed. The 2014 MacBook Airs are much like last year’s models, with some minor – but important – tweaks. MacBook Air 2014 vs 2013 – Specs There’s only one real spec…

5 Excellent Options for Creating Proposals

A major part of being able to secure clients for design projects is the ability to present proposals and communicate with clients who are trying to decide which designer to hire. Having a professional-looking proposal that provides the right details for clients will help to increase your conversion rates and to land more work. There…

The best hard drives and flash storage for your Mac

Is your Mac’s hard drive near capacity, full to the brim with music, photos and videos? Do you have a Mac with a small SSD drive, having sacrificed storage space for the extra speed offered by flash storage? Are you confronted with having to delete photos and other media in order to accommodate your ever…

Speed Up Your Mac with an External SSD

If you have an iMac with Thunderbolt or USB 3 but without an SSD you can boot from a full-speed external SSD without opening the case. It’s possible for that Mac to boot in under 30 seconds and to jump generations ahead for under $200. I have a mid-2011 iMac I use at my office…

25 Best WooCommerce Payment Gateways

Popular E-commerce websites allow payments from different credit cards and banks to get payment from all over the world. It is essential to have payment support for every customer who buy from you. Having a complete information about your customers where they are originated is beneficial in success of the products, services you are selling.…

Ulysses III – A Markdown Writing App Like no Other

You’ve likely used word processors like Word, TextEdit, and Pages, as well as plain-text writing apps like iA Writer and Byword. If you’re a serious writer, you’ve likely used or at least looked at advanced writing apps like Scrivener or the original Ulysses. But you’ve never seen anything like Ulysses III. It’s a totally new take on an advanced…

Bucky – Open Source Real User Monitoring

Bucky is a client and server for sending performance data from the client into statsd + graphite, OpenTSDB, or any other stats aggregator of your choice. It can automatically measure how long your pages take to load, how long AJAX requests take and how long various functions take to run. Most importantly, it’s taking the measurements…

15 Useful and Lesser-Known Firefox Add-ons

We all know that developer tools can make our work easier. Most of us are probably already familiar with add-ons and extensions like Firebug, Web Developer, ColorZilla, and more. In this post, I’ll present you with some other add-ons that you may not have tried yet. I hope you’ll find some of these useful when…

New Retina MacBook Air release date and rumours, new 12-inch MacBook Air expected

In this article, we explore some of the rumours about Apple’s MacBook Air with Retina display. Stay up to date with the latest Retina MacBook Air release date rumours including claims that a new 12-inch model is coming soon by Karen Haslam , 30 Jan 14 In this new MacBook Air with Retina display release date rumours article we…

MacMiniColo Launches $99/Month Mac Pro Colocation Service

Popular Mac colocation service MacMiniColo.net has introduced a new Mac Pro colocation service with similar services to its existing offerings. After being the first company to offer Mac mini colocation, we’ve been at it for nine years. Starting today, we’re happy to offer colocation of the new Mac Pro. For those who need extra power in the cloud, MacProColo…

10 HTML Tags You May Not Be Using

As a front-end developer you no doubt use HTML constantly and probably feel it doesn’t have any more unknowns. Nevertheless, the way it has evolved (in particular with the advent of HTML5) may surprise you at times. In this article, I’ll show you 10 HTML tags you may not be using or maybe even aren’t…

Mac mini could finally see refresh next month according to retailer

Last year came and went without as much as a mention from Apple about the fate of its Mac mini line of desktop computers. The Mac mini lineup currently on sale (and in plentiful stock) through Apple, Amazon, and other retailers last saw its hardware updated in late 2012 at the original iPad mini event.…

Evernote 5.0 for Mac improves an already-indispensable service

That interesting Web article. The emailed order for your new Mac. The snapped picture of the label as a reminder of that terrific pinot noir you just drank. A quick audio note you make with your phone. Those hundreds of downloaded PDFs of bank, brokerage, and utility company statements. You’ve got the information—heck, you’re practically…

Philips Hue Competitor LIFX No starter kit or hub required

Kickstarter success and Australian hardware startup LIFX is finally shipping its Wi-Fi connected smart lightbulbs this Friday. That’s a little later than originally promised in its Kickstarter campaign. LIFX had promised to deliver by March, so they’re officially quite late to the party, but they’ve also managed to secure some major retail partners for a consumer launch…

Best Web Designing Frameworks for 2014

Starting a new year could hardly get any better for web designers than this. We have some of the best and most powerful web designing frameworks just waiting to be explored. These are frameworks that can help you build fully functional web templates within minutes and with extremely minimal knowledge of CSS and JavaScript coding.…

How to Make 4 Alternative Fuels at Home: Goodbye, Big Oil!

Ready to make your own gas alternative? These products can give you a start—but energy independence won’t come cheaply. BY ERIN SCOTTBERG Ethanol The EFuel100 MicroFueler home-brews ethanol by fermenting a mix of table sugar and nutrient-treated yeast in the system’s 250-gal. tank. The resulting fuel, which is 99.9 percent ethanol, can either be stored in the…

Textmate vs Sublime Text Editors

I’m a firm believer in using the right tool for the job. Right now I spend most of my time coding in either Sublime Text 2, Textmate, or Visual Studio 2010. There’s a lot of things I like about each of these editors but there is one that I find myself using more and more, however, I’m…

6 of the Most Amazing Mobile eCommerce Experiences of 2013

Here’s a scary fact. By the end of 2013, there will be more mobile devices on Earth than people. In fact, the smartphone market is now larger than the PC market, with global figures in 2012 revealing smartphones outsold PCs for the first year ever. Microsoft even predicts that mobile Internet use will surpass desktop use in…

20 Really Useful Scripts & Components on CodeCanyon

Envato Marketplace has recently launched CodeCanyo. At CodeCanyon, you can purchase and sell scripts and components for a variety of languages and frameworks, currently including JavaScript, PHP, ASP.NET, and Java. Most of the items are at very low price. Here we have collected the following 20 Really Useful Scripts & Components on CodeCanyon. You may find…