It’s officially one of the most exciting open source projects on the web. And today, almost three years after the first commit, Adobe’s lightweight code editor Brackets is launching in 1.0 atFuture of Web Design New York.
I was rather excited to see the new gmail app from Lollipop leak out over the weekend. But after installing it, I’m not sure I’m such a fan. I for one, prefer the GMail app in its current iteration.
Anyone else a fan? You can download it here.
For many people, a smartphone is their main interface for checking e-mail, but the native mail app bundled with phones often doesn’t deliver the features that users demand. Luckily, there is no shortage of alternatives.
Recently, Google unveiled an app meant to make managing Gmail easier. Although it’s pretty, Inbox has not found favour with all users. Indeed, it’s not only aesthetics that make an e-mail app great.
We have curated a list of five of our favourite apps. Try them all, or pick only one.
The Beginner’s Guide to Parallels Desktop 10 for OS X
Even if you are a Mac user, there’s a strong chance that you will need to use Windows applications at some point. Luckily there are great virtual machine solutions out there to help you do that easily.
And you can run more than Windows in a virtual machine — Linux runs perfectly in a VM, and is usually the best way to learn. Today we’ll be showing you how to install Windows in Parallels Desktop, but the same principles work for Linux.