GoatCounter is one of the more recent web-analytics tools. Created by Martin Tournoij, it has more of a “made by a single developer” feel than other tools; it’s a little less slick-looking than some, but it is also developer-friendly and simple to set up.
The tool supports all of the basic analytics: page views and visits by URL, browser and operating system statistics, device screen sizes, locations, and referrer information. By default, GoatCounter shows the last seven days with counts broken down by hour, but site owners can adjust the date span with simple controls.
For more visit https://www.goatcounter.com.
Check out this cool experiment developed in Google Chrome by which you can visit any stars in the universe. This is amazing. Definitely, something I will look at to relax when I feel stressed. Click on take a tour button on the top left and enjoy the travel with the stars. Check out http://stars.chromeexperiments.com
It works in Chrome on mobile too.
If you own an iPhone 8 or later running iOS 14 or later, you can now take a screenshot just by tapping its back thanks to a new accessibility feature called Back Tap, which you’ll have to configure for the task.
Here’s how to set it up:
1. In Settings, tap “Accessibility.”
2. On the next screen, tap “Touch.”
3. On the “Touch Settings” screen, scroll down until you see the “Back Tap” option, then tap it.
4. In “Back Tap” settings, you have a choice of assigning the screenshot action to either two taps (“Double Tap”) or three taps (“Triple Tap”) on the back of the case. Select the option you’d like.
5. In the menu that pops up, scroll down the list until you locate “Screenshot,” then select it.
6.After that, go back one menu level to make sure your selection is saved, then exit Settings.
That is it now next time you tap two or three times (depending on which setting you chose) on the back of your iPhone, iOS will capture an image of your iPhone’s current screen and save it to an image file. The screenshot images you take will be saved in your photo album as usual, and they can be viewed later in the Photos app. Have fun!
You-Get is a tiny command-line utility to download media contents (videos, audios, images) from the Web. Download videos / audios from popular websites such as YouTube, Youku, Niconico, and a bunch more. (See the full list of supported sites).
Install it using pip or brew for Mac:
pip3 install you-get
brew install you-get
Simple Usage to download file from youtube:
Try it out I am sure you will love it. It has been a live saver for me.
Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program. It synchronizes files between two or more computers in real time, safely protected from prying eyes. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, whether it is shared with some third party, and how it’s transmitted over the internet.
It is available for Mac, PC, Linux and Android. Head to https://syncthing.net/downloads/ to download your free copy today.
Falcon is a free, open-source SQL editor with inline data visualization. It currently supports connecting to RedShift, MySQL, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2, Impala, MS SQL, Oracle, SQLite and more. It is a easy to use editor with built in graphs check out I am sure you will love it.
Download Falcon for Mac OS
Download Falcon for Windows
Download Falcon for Linux
For more Visit https://github.com/plotly/falcon.
By connecting Git to tasks and sprints, Tara helps everyone on your team have clarity around the release cycle, from engineering to sales.
No more wading through tickets to view progress.
Most project management software is stuck in the early 2000’s and caps at 10 users for free accounts – Tara is created to power a paradigm shift in project management. Tara is free forever plan has unlimited tasks, sprints and workspaces, with no user limits.
Visit https://tara.ai to create your free account today.
Editly is a tool and framework for declarative NLE (non-linear video editing) using Node.js and ffmpeg. Editly allows you to easily and programmatically create a video from a set of clips, images and titles, with smooth transitions and music overlaid.
In current covid-19 situation maintaining Social Distancing is a must. Google has created this nice little tool to make sure we are following it. Sodar is an experiment which uses WebXR to visualise 2m social distancing guidelines in your environment. To do this, Sodar creates an augmented reality two-meter radius ring around you. To launch Sodar, please visit https://sodar.withgoogle.com/ using the Chrome browser on an Android device.
Github is the most popular version control software. After Microsoft has purchased it, they have made private repositories free. Following are some of the common command which are useful:
install git for mac:
sudo yum install git -y
clone a repository:
git clone UrlOfGitRepo
add new files or changes:
git add .
commit new files/changes:
git commit -n "message"
push changes online:
remember username / password:
git config credential.helper store