Just pushed a new project to GitHub named Simple REST API Explorer, a simple way to showcasing and exploring all endpoints of your RESTful API. The demo allows you to call some Twitter API endpoints a sample RESTful API I’ve quickly knocked up as the Twitter API is rather unstructured. Update the index.html file to […]
Think of jsFiddle, but then for databases: Create schemas and run queries on them. Microsoft SQL, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL supported. SQL Fiddle →
Resizer allows you to quickly change the dimensions of a webpage to test responsive design. Based upon a handy testpage by Matt Kersley, and a later modified version by Briccs.net. Also available as a Chrome Extension. Resizer →
A custom color picker designed specifically for developers. Makes getting colors out of Photoshop/Acorn mock-ups quick and easy. Currently supports NSColor, UIColor, CGColorRef, CSS and HTML styles. By the lovely people at Panic. Developer Color Picker →
Day-O is a menu bar clock replacement with a simple icon and a simple calendar. A feature in OS X that I’ve been missing from the start. Created by the ingenious Shaun Inman. Day-O →
What if you could extract all text strings from a PSD file into a TXT file? Sure, it’s possible, thanks to PS_BRAMUS.TextExport, the PSD2TXT script I wrote a few months ago. Now, what if you wanted to do that in the opposite direction and import strings from a TXT file into a PSD file (viz. […]
Someone got FlickrDown onto Digg. Too bad he didn’t do his research that good, as FlickrDown is considered rubbish when compared to Downloadr 😉
Colleague Johan asked whether someone could knock up a script which exports all text layers from a Photoshop document to a text file (viz. a PSD2TXT tool/script), enabling one to slice even faster than he already can. Last week I released the first version of the script (v 1.2), now it’s time for an update.