After starting Eclipse for the first time, you will be asked to select a workspace. Eclipse keep tracks of this workspace and you can use just one or in other cases if you have more than one workspace you have the possibility to switch each other. If you don’t want to be asked every time for a Workspace, just check the options “Use this as default and don’t ask again”. If you want to change to another workspace just go to (win) File-> Switch Workspace. Here are also stored by default your last 5 workspace history.Continue reading
Open Source Online HTML Editor: Xinha
Xinha is a powerful & open source HTML (WYSIWYG) editor that works in all current browsers. Its configurabilty and extensibility make it easy to build just the right editor for multiple purposes, from a restricted mini-editor for one database field to a full-fledged website editor. Its liberal, BSD licence makes it an ideal candidate for integration into any kind of project.
It is a community-built script presenting various options for max. customization.
Some of the highlights.
- Syntax highlight PHP, CSS, HTML.
- Auto complete function names, parameters and variables.
- Syntax checking (lint).
- Integrated help inside the editor.
Install gphpedit by executing following command.
sudo apt-get -y install gphpedit
Screem has each and every functionality a web developer ever need. Some of the highlights of screem.
- Link validation.
- Auto completion, high level tree view of functions and variables.
- DTD checking and suggesting html that is compatible with current DTD.
- Plugin support or helper applicaitons. eg: HTMLTidy to clean up code.
- Automatically close tags.
- Preview page.
- Page template support.
- Auto sync with remote site.
- Spell checker.
- Task management to track status of your project using TODO comments.
- Wizards to simplify code generation.
- PHP function reference.
Install screem by issuing following command.
sudo apt-get -y install screem Continue reading
Do you like Photoshop? No enough money to buy it for all your computers! Try Splashup, on line image editor, formerly Fauxto, is a powerful editing tool and photo manager. With all the features professionals use and novices want, it’s easy to use, works in real-time and allows you to edit many images at once. Splashup runs in all browsers, integrates seamlessly with top photosharing sites, and even has its own file format so you can save your work in progress.