- Sign documents online, directly in GMail – Fill out and sign documents without ever leaving Gmail. Never print, sign, and scan ever again.
- Ember.js – A framework for creating ambitious web applications – Ember.js – A framework for creating ambitious web applications
- iOS Development Tips I Would Want If I Was Starting Out Today – If I was starting out with iOS development today these are the things I would hope somebody would tell me
- The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Sass – Treehouse Blog – Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets Sass, and was created by Hampton Catlin. It’s a way to simplify your CSS workflow, making development and maintenance tasks easier.
- Squash: The open-source bug-smashing tool – Squash is a collection of tools that help engineers find and kill bugs in their code
- Find the Perfect Sleep Position – WSJ.com – Stomach, Back or Side? How You Slumber Can Aggravate Pain, Prevent the Body From Bouncing Back
- "Hello, World!" The Hard Way with Sencha Touch – But a closer look would reveal a lot more goodies beyond those handy components in Sencha Touch. It offers a class system, a MVC pattern, tools that handles code dependency, compression and native packaging, etc. Albeit daunting, learning and embracing all of those offerings makes a quite enjoyable coding experience and rewards me with development efficiency overall.
- What is the future for GWT? – The newly formed Google Web Toolkit (GWT) steering committee recently published "The Future of GWT Report", which captures the opinions, usage patterns and hopes of over 1300 Google Web Toolkit users worldwide.
Links for January 14th through January 16th