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Bootstrap version 3 (rc1) is out!

Twitter Bootstrap, the powerful framework that is loved by developers all around the world, has just a couple of days ago taken the first step towards a major upgrade. The first release candidate for version 3 is out! Bootstrap Version 3 While you still have access to the previous version, the new version 3 will soon be replacing its predecessor….

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Should You Write An Ebook?

Gone are the days when publishing houses were the gate keepers of the book industry. We are in the midst of a revolution. The book industry is being turned upside down. If you have a message to convey to the world, the time has never been better to do so. The Internet has provided everybody with a stage and a…

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Firefox 22: Less Plugins, More Features!

A couple of days ago Mozilla released the latest version (22) of their popular web browser Firefox. This release comes in rather quick, as version 21 was released just six weeks ago. However, just like every other major release, Firefox 22 comes loaded with various new features. First up, just like Chrome, Firefox 22 too supports WebRTC by default, enabling…

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Foundation 4 has just been released – Now taking a ‘Mobile First’ approach

With the increase in popularity of mobile devices, the need to create and develop mobile-friendly websites has also increased manifolds. Naturally, this has led to a surge in the development of tools that can help you build websites with mobile users in mind. One such tool that has recently undergone a major revamp is the popular Foundation Framework from ZURB.

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Icons Times: News Coverage at its Creative Best!

When it comes to breaking News and current affairs, it is generally felt that there is not much room for creativity. After all, you do not see Reuters, CNN or the BBC using metaphors, idioms or abstract art, do you? What if, I told you, it indeed is possible to combine creative expression with news coverage? Allow us to introduce…