Michael G. Zinner and the MySQL Workbench Team have released a new version of their cross-platform, visual design tool for Mac OS X Leopard, Linux and Windows users. This is a recommended update for anyone using WB 5.0 or an earlier version of WB 5.1.
Do you surf the Web on an iPhone, iPod touch or Android touch mobile device? Mactoids.com is now more mobilicious than ever on your iPhone – thanks to the very promising WPtouch Mobile Plugin and Theme from BraveNewCode.
Mac OS X includes a free utility called the DigitalColor Meter. This little tool can be a big help when doing design or Web work. The DigitalColor Meter can measure the color of any pixel on your screen and translate the color value into standards like RPG, YPbPr, CIE or Tristimulus.
Page Speed is a Firebug-integrated Firefox extension recently open-sourced by Google. Page Speed is designed to analyze website performance and offer suggestions on how to improve page load times.
Did you know there is a hidden “Develop” menu in the Safari Web browser? You might not if you’ve never done any Web development work. Don’t let the name put you off; you don’t have to be a developer to find many of the Develop menu options useful. Here’s how to enable the Develop menu […]