0 Just a dead-simple local Vagrant LAMP stack for developers I discovered Scotch Box recently, brought to us by the folks at scotch.io. It actually looks like Nicholas Cerminara has done most of the work, or as least done all of the committing to GitHub. Here’s the Scotch Box announcement at the Scotch.io blog. After […]

0 Include stylesheet, apply class, done. I like flat design. I also like Free Flat Buttons, from freeflatbuttons.com. Did I mention they’re free? But most buttons are free, so the naming must be a marketing thing. It’s been a while since Free Flat Buttons have seen any updates, but there’s really nothing to update in […]

0 Multi-threading. Auto-cleanup. Cron optimized. There are a lot of neat tools people have built for DigitalOcean. The app I’m really in love with is DOSnapshot, and is hosted on GitHub. DOSnapshot does exactly what its name would suggest, it takes snapshots of your droplets. As of this post, I’m the only one that’s left […]

0 Features a visual drag & drop page builder that will let your users create countless pages at a drop of a dime Got an email from Olga at ThemeFuse yesterday announcing the release of their new drag & drop WordPress framework named Unyson. Unyson comes with many built-in extensions, and the documentation seems to […]

0 GitHub Lights Out I love the GitHub explore today emails. It’s a daily email consisting of currently trending repositories, repositories starred by people you follow, and repositories that have been starred by GitHub staff members. The September 06, 2014 email included a repository that caught my eye, StylishThemes/GitHub-Dark. Apparently one of the people I […]