Cut MP3: Free Online MP3 Cutter, Full and easy to use web based application

Thursday, April 29, 2010 2:54
Posted in category Applications, web tools

CutMP3 is a website with a remarkable user friendly interface. The function of the site is quite simple: to enable its visitors to upload audio files and cut portions out of it. CutMP3 provides this service to its visitors free of any charge.

In order to use CutMP3, we must first upload a file using the “Open MP3” button

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Lovely Free Chubby Twitter Icon Set by Onextrapixel

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 5:00
Posted in category Icons, Twitter

Everybody loves icons. Today, we are thrilled to release our very first set of icons, the Chubby Twitters. A set of 6 lovely Twitter bird icons, the Chubby Twitters comes in .png and has three different resolutions – 64 x 64px, 96 x 96px, and 128 x 128px. Designed by Singaporean graphic designer Wong Lexin (floating2house), this Chubby Twitter icon set was exclusively made for Onextrapixel and our loyal readers.

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Open Source Media Framework for building feature-rich Flash video players and applications, by Adobe

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 4:24
Posted in category Flash, Open Source

Open Source Media Framework (OSMF), that is developed by Adobe, is a software framework for building feature-rich Flash video players and applications.

It can be integrated into custom applications using the simple API, or you can deploy the ready-to-run dynamic SWF player without compiling or writing custom scripts.


OSMF comes with standard player features such as playback controls, video navigation, buffering, and dynamic streaming. Read the rest of this entry »

Collection of Free HTML Editors, Useful for editor for your next website.

Monday, April 26, 2010 3:17
Posted in category Development, web tools

Allowing users, and clients to format their text without delving into code has long been on developers priority lists, but these days, providing this usability is far easier than it once was. Here are 10 WYSIWYG editors that are commonly used, and are worth a look in if its something you need for a project.

OpenWysiwyg?

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OpenWysiwyg is a cross browser rich text editor with almost every editing capability you could want. It features a sleek user interface including drop-downs and buttons. High on its features is its capacity to handle tables well, with different borders and colours. However, Chrome is still not supported. Read the rest of this entry »

Docs.com – Social Online Word-Processing By Microsoft and Facebook

Friday, April 23, 2010 1:27
Posted in category Development, eBook, Microsoft

In a surprise move, Microsoft and Facebook today has announced Docs.com – a social word-processing platform from where you can share your Office documents on Facebook with other people. The idea behind the whole thing is to let people share their Office documents on Facebook, it is really that simple. Editing and creating documents is now a piece of cake.

Now you can discover, create, and share Microsoft Office documents with your Facebook friends. Built using Microsoft Office 2010 – Docs for Facebook provides the best possible document service for the Facebook environment. Seamless integration with Facebook means that the service is all about sharing your documents. Finally docs can be friendly too!

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Latest iPad Apps for Bloggers, Now start blogging from your iPad.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010 14:58
Posted in category Applications, Development, iPad

Here’s a complete guide which will let you start blogging from your iPad in no time. Includes all the essential apps needed, everything from A to Z which you need to know. Let’s begin!

WordPressThe official WordPress App for iPad is even better than ever now! It’s fully optimized to take advantage of iPad’s huge screen. Writing drafts, moderating comments and publishing your posts on-the-go is now a breeze. A must have app for any blogger who uses WordPress platform, and best of all it’s free! Read the rest of this entry »