“Lightning fast mail client for OSX. Email like you want to be”
Seeing as how Apple is unable to fix their email client (which i used to love) I was forced to try another email client. And a coworker showed me Airmail. I was skeptical at first, but for $1.99 figured worth a shot and reviews were all very positive. Boy am I glad I did. Even if apple ever fixes their mail client, not sure if I’m switching back, so many cool little features tucked into this app. And I love the picture badges.
The Campaign Monitor guys did a great breakdown of css support here:
All I have to say is Google you should be ashamed of yourselves at not allowing style tag in the head, in this case you are the problem for most of the crappy email code workarounds.
And Microsoft.. seriously even Outlook 2013 is missing background-image and padding support?
The Ink Framework that the ZURB guys rolled up seems to be one of the only automated ways of dealing with the frankenstein of support, but alas like most frameworks tends to be overly complicated to deal with and debug when things don’t show like they should.
The best approach for now seems to be aware of the CSS support from the link above and don’t use non-supported styles. Write all your css in the style tag in the head.. do your media queries there as well to support some responsive make sure those use the !important tag… then run it through ZURB’s Inliner to move the styles down to be inline on the html tags directly (for gmail support)
What does TinyPNG do?
TinyPNG uses smart lossy compression techniques to reduce the file size of your PNG files. By selectively decreasing the number of colours in the image, fewer bytes are required to store the data. The effect is nearly invisible but it makes a very large difference in file size!
via TinyPNG – Compress PNG images while preserving transparency.
Mac, Windows, Android, iOS
Like DropBox but security built in.
I’ve been replacing some tools in my arsenal that was previously handled by the Adobe Creative Suite, mainly due to the cost and licensing approach Adobe has decided to pursue.
Sketch ($49.99) – InDesign, Fireworks Replacement. Layout and Vector Tool, I can’t say enough good things about this and how far it has improved in this last year. I have been happily using it for all my Mobile, Website, App design layouts as of late.
Some 3rd party support for this too
Pixelmator ($29.99) – Photoshop Replacement. If it had a true history pane it would be totally PS killer.
iDraw ($24.99) – Illustrator Replacement
OmniGraffle ($99.99) – Visio Replacement. Ok technically not an Adobe product but sometimes you need this tool to make Wireframes and Document Diagrams and figured I’d throw it in since I use it in the same capacities quite often.
The vulnerabilities are present in Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, and 10, running on Windows XP or Windows 7. While the current attack targets the English version of Internet Explorer 7 and 8 running on both Windows XP and Windows 8, the exploit could be changed to target other versions and languages, FireEye said.
via New IE Zero-Day Used in Watering Hole Attack Targets Memory.
This is the problem with Microsoft leaving all these old unpatched versions of their browser in the wild. Finally releasing IE11 for Win7 is a good start, now how about automatically upgrading it for folks?
Great now this is all I’m going to think of when someone says cloud from now one.