A download counter not only provides you useful metrics but also gives your visitors a hint about the most popular files.
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Previously I motivated you to donate to your favorite open source projects. This time I’ll show you really useful online services that require no installation and cost you nothing!
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Replace Bootstrap’s checkboxes and radio buttons by an elegant switch… a Bootstrap Switch.
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Does Ubuntu hate me or is it really getting worse?
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This post is a review of those three frameworks considering four criteria: Ease of learning, Speed of development, Tools/Plugins, and Community.
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This is a complete yet summarized guide to set up a Ruby on Rails development environment on Linux.
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I was in denial for a while but now I get why Rails is so good.
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