Must Have Apps and Games for Your New Phone

Must Have Apps and Games for Your New Phone

Smartphones have been long used for pretty much everything. With fast processors and ever increasing RAM, it has become easy for you to store your music, files, videos, and multi-task between applications. The smooth transition between applications, thanks to various powerful processors, has led to the necessity of keeping some essential apps on your device.

Surely, with a world of applications, there are various options you may have to choose from. However, here is a list of some essential apps that you can keep in your brand new phone to make your lives better:

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Best Windows Freeware – Network and Internet

Network

    1. Open SSH – SSH Remote administration.
    2. Putty – Telnet/SSH application.
    3. RRDTool – The industry standard data logging and graphing application. Use it to write your custom monitoring shell scripts or create whole applications using its Perl, Python or PHP bindings. RRD is the acronym for Round Robin Database. It is a system to store and display time-series data (i.e. network bandwidth, machine-room temperature, server load average).

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Internet Explorer 8 – is it really following web standards?

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Microsoft has announced at December 2007 that Internet Explorer 8 has passed a test for standards compliance. Well it’s really hard to believe and it brings more questions to the Web Developers face.

The Acid2 test
Microsoft’s still top-secret Internet Explorer 8 passed what is known as the Acid2 test. Acid2 is a test case designed by the Web Standards Project to discover, if possible, errors with rendering Web pages in browsers and Web authoring tools. Basically, it tests how a browser or tool works with features from various Web standards.

The following standards are involved in the Acid2 test page: HTML 4, CSS level 1, PNG, and data URLs. In addition, the Acid2 guided tour overview page defines these features that are included in the test:

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Best Windows Freeware – Programming

Programming

    1. Frhed – Hex editor.
    2. ActiveGrid Studio – ActiveGrid Studio enables developers to rapidly build enterprise-level Web 2.0 applications with a minimum of training, time, and effort. Supports Java, PHP, Python. The database supports is the best I’ve seen in an open IDE. Has built-in Python and Java environments plus a built-in running Apache web server. Highly recommended.
    3. Aptana – Development environment geared towards web development, Ajax-style! Autocomplete and assistance for HTML, CSS, JavaScript.

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