MoboRobo Lets You Manage Your Android Smartphone & iPhone Never Like Before

January 07, 2014 at 05:45PM from 9lessons Programming Blog

Have you ever wished if you had a bigger screen for your Smartphone? Or, have you ever thought of integrating your Smartphone/Tablet PC to your computer so that you can simultaneously keep track of both these devices? If answer for both of these questions is ‘YES’, we hope it is your time to check out MoboRobo, which is an all-in-one solution to manage your Android Smartphones & iPhones! According to our experience, MoboRobo, the most useful tool for any Smartphone vendors, seemed to be a superb way to manage information in Android Smartphones [We used an Android Smartphone to understand MoboRobo], and it seems that each power-user of Android/iOS should check this completely free software for Windows PCs.

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Simplistic Blogging And CMS Apps – Dropplets & Leeflets

December 20, 2013 at 10:34AM from WebResourcesDepot

There is always a search for better and simpler. And, the same goes for content management systems. Although we have powerful tools like WordPress, Drupal or Joomla, there is a huge interest for focused ones (remember Ghost). Dropplets and Leeflets are two separate apps, by the same team, where one of them is focused on […]

Multi-Level Push Menus With jQuery

December 16, 2013 at 04:50PM from WebResourcesDepot

It is usually not easy to present “menus that are few levels deep” in a user-friendly way. And, that’s specially hard for cross-platform layouts. Multi-Level Push Menu is a jQuery plugin that provides a very good solution to such menus. It has support for unlimited levels, works cross browser/platform and makes things much easier for […]

Instant Style-Guides From CSS Files – Kalei Styleguide

December 05, 2013 at 04:52PM

We probably all experience the easy-to-use style-guides of front-end frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation. Such guides help a lot when it comes to reaching the “how-to” quickly and they are a common source of information to make sure that every designer consumes the code in a similar way. Kalei Styleguide is a project that can […]
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Open Source Support Ticket App – Brimir

December 05, 2013 at 11:53AM

If you have a product or service and receiving support requests regularly, using a support ticket application is a “must” to handle them nicely. Brimir is a free and open source support ticket app that is built with Ruby on Rails and makes use of the Foundation front-end framework. The tickets can be received via […]
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Stock Sites From Where to Get Images This Winter
December 03, 2013 at 05:23PM

When you think of winter-time, several recurring images pop into memory, including snow, a Christmas tree, presents, Santa Clause, and fireworks. If your job entails working with images (as a designer, blogger, advertiser, etc), this is a rare opportunity to increase traffic to your website and attract new clients. Any of the following 10 stock […]
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