Archive for Cool Tools
Galen Framework is designed with responsivness in mind. It is easy to set up a test for different browser sizes. Galen just opens a browser, resizes it to a defined size and then tests the page according to specifications
Helium is a floating browser window that allows you to watch media while you work. Your content will never fall behind your other windows even as you switch tasks.
Imagine keeping your Google Hangouts or Slacker window above the rest while you collaborate, or watching tutorials and reading documentation while programming
A standardized, organized, object-oriented foundation for building high-quality WordPress plugins.
Nancy is a lightweight, low-ceremony, framework for building HTTP based services on .Net and Mono. The goal of the framework is to stay out of the way as much as possible and provide a super-duper-happy-path to all interactions.This means that everything in Nancy is setup to have sensible defaults and conventions, instead of making you jump through hoops and go through configuration hell just to get up and running. With Nancy you can go from zero to website in a matter of minutes. Literally.Nancy is designed to handle DELETE, GET, HEAD, OPTIONS, POST, PUT and PATCH requests and provides a simple, elegant, Domain Specific Language DSL for returning a response with just a couple of keystrokes, leaving you with more time to focus on the important bits.. your code and your application.
Basically Express.js for .Net
OS X Auditor is a free Mac OS X computer forensics tool.
OS X Auditor parses and hashes the following artifacts on the running system or a copy of a system you want to analyze:
- the kernel extensions
- the system agents and daemons
- the third party’s agents and daemons
- the old and deprecated system and third party’s startup items
- the users’ agents
- the users’ downloaded files
- the installed applications
- the users’ quarantined files
- the users’ Safari history, downloads, topsites, LastSession, HTML5 databases and localstore
- the users’ Firefox cookies, downloads, formhistory, permissions, places and signons
- the users’ Chrome history and archives history, cookies, login data, top sites, web data, HTML5 databases and local storage
- the users’ social and email accounts
- the WiFi access points the audited system has been connected to (and tries to geolocate them)
- It also looks for suspicious keywords in the .plist themselves.
So I have been checking for a while to a GUI to the standard command line of what apps are using files and network…
Winner so far is Sloth [ http://sveinbjorn.org/sloth ]
for those that are still Terminal Junkies
sudo lsof -nP -iTCP -sTCP:LISTEN
Opera Browser is now based on chromium and is very very fast, due to some native graphics acceleration tricks. So because it is webkit based you get the nice default dev inspect tools. The extensions available have also seemed to get a nice boost from this change. Plus as an added bonus you can install the “Download Chrome Extensions” extension and use any chrome extension.