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If you’ve ever wanted to create your own space on the web, but lack the coding knowledge necessary to create a website, then SnapPages is just what you need. SnapPages uses a drag and drop method to make creating your website easy. SnapPages is great for anyone who needs a simple yet quality presence on the web. The tools you need are supplied without the extraneous items that typical web designers use and creating a site is as simple as dragging and dropping items across the screen. SnapPages makes updates and maintenance simple so that you aren’t bogged down with learning all sorts of database and server jargon.
TubeChop is a very simple website dedicated to one thing, video editing. However, TubeChop is very focused with their editing. At TubeChop you can cut sections of YouTube videos out for whatever purpose you need. Say for example you watch a tutorial, but only really need the final step. TubeChop allows you to select the last segment which has the final step and save that as its own video clip. There are many practical uses for it, but a real plus is that by chopping those videos you’ll be shrinking the file size as well.
How many times have you had a problem or glitch with a piece of hardware only to find out it needed an update or somehow the peripheral reverted to an inoperable state? Probably a few at least. Most of those problems involve some sort of driver issue. Now unless you save driver disks or enjoy navigating through manufacturers websites, you’ll want to visit DLL-files.com. They have a library full of free drivers from various manufacturers. You don’t even need to know the exact name of the driver. It is a nice resource to have on file just in case you need it.
Coderun is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). In simpler terms it allows you to code and debug in the cloud. Coderun Studio is a free service which enables coders to code wherever they may be since it’s all done in the cloud. Great for building web apps or any other on-the-go code. Coderun Studio supports ASP.net, PHP and Ajax and is compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safaris browsers.
Apps & Oranges
Apps & Oranges is a website designed to help people find the very best apps for any purpose with the added ability to share those apps. For example, if you want to find the best cooking apps for iphone, you would simply ask that question and a set of results are produced. The service is in beta at the moment so you’ll need to request an invite.
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