Archive for the ‘Websites’ Category

Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool

December 1st, 2009 No comments

Want to know if your websites complies to the accessibility guidelines?

Test your website with WAVE, the Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool. This tool gives a visible report that reveals the accessibility of your website.

Google Insights – What are people searching?

July 14th, 2009 No comments

A perfect tool to see what people are searching for, Google Insights.
This tools can tell you what is ‘hot’ in specific regions and categories. See the examples to discover all the possibilities.

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Book about developing a web application

March 16th, 2009 No comments

The developers behind Basecamp, Highrise and many more web 2.0 apps have created a book called ‘Getting real’. The book describes a smaller, faster, better way to build software.  It’s a book for people who have a great idea for a web application and want to start immedialty with the developing process.

You can buy the paperback, pdf or read it for free online:

Twitter integration

February 28th, 2009 No comments

I’ve started using Twitter (sorry only in dutch), the nice thing about this service is the free API. Thanks to this API there are many ways to integrate twitter in your websites and your life.


To show your tweets on your website you can use the widgets from Twitter. Or you can use Twitter counter.


For using Twitter on your mobile or desktop check out this site for a large list of Twitter apps. I have a Windows mobile based phone (Samsung Omnia) and I use Tiny Twitter. And on my Ubuntu desktop I use gTwitter.


I have a Flickr account and want to connect this to Twitter. This way I can mail my photos from my mobile to Flickr and automatically post this on Twitter. I was searching for a service like this and found Snaptweet. This did indeed what I wanted, but it was taking 10-20 minutes to see the photo on Twitter. That’s to long for me.

Next service I found was Twittergram, but they have a problem with the connection to Twitter so I couldn’t test it.

Another option is to use the Flick RSS feed and use the Twitterfeed service.

For now I’m using Twitpic, they also offer a email address to send your pictures.

SQL injection cheat sheet

February 28th, 2009 No comments

There are many cheat sheets on the internet, they are great for developers. I found a new one wich is great for testing your web applications, a SQL injection cheat sheet.

Commandline tips

February 20th, 2009 No comments

Do you think you know all great commands on the command-line? Then you have to take a look at this site. It’s a overview of the most used and most popular commands for linux.

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Open source alternatives

February 9th, 2009 No comments

Looking for alternatives for Photoshop, Word, Excel, Visio etc? Try this website. You can search for commercial applications and find open source alternatives.

RssOnline news feeds

February 7th, 2009 No comments

This dutch site has a great overview of all popular dutch news and blog RSS feeds. It reads the feeds and shows the latest additions.

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February 7th, 2009 No comments

A online storage service with nice clients for Windows, Apple and Linux. And a very neat webinterface!

2GB storage for free, 50GB for 99,- dollar per year.

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Online image editing

February 7th, 2009 No comments

Two very nice online image editing site’s: