Category: App Reviews

Previewing XCloud on a Galaxy Note 9

Today I was able to take full advantage of the beta test for XCloud. Let me tell you, I’m impress. The video you are watching is a video capture using Samsung Flow, trying to make justice on how good the service performed I set the Samsung Flow to transmit at low res.

Image Sequence to Video

You can turn an Image Sequence to video with Photoshop, of course, but with Blender as well… very clever fellow.

Fast .Gif files with ScreenToGif

Tweet Looking for a more effective way to create .Gif files for only help tips and other purposes, I stumble with this wonderful tool. It […]

Moving WordPress® to a new Domain or Directory, or creating a Test Environment Playground

Tweet Hello Web Developers… This is a extensive tutorial for those of you who develop with WordPress. WordPress is an amazing platform to build on. Either […]

Free PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript editor (IDE) – Codelobster PHP Edition

Tweet For valuable work on creation of sites you need a good comfortable editor necessarily. There are many requiring paid products for this purpose, but […]

HTML5 Responsive Website with Brackets

Tweet For tutorial workshop files go to my DropBox. To see a live sample. Designing a responsive website could be a challenge if you don’t […]

Conceptualizing the Earth – Blender Cycles Render

Tweet Tutorial Workshop Files Hello everyone, today I’m using Blender to make a composition of the Earth. I did almost the same thing at work, […]

Getting 22 Gig’s of Space in the Cloud [Updated 06-14-2016]

Tweet If you are the kind of person that carries a lot of flash drives in your wallet, backpack or laptop bag and have a […]

CUPS – Forbiden – Ubuntu 13.10

Tweet Wow, I haven’t had a hard time with Ubuntu 13.10 until I bought a new laser printer from Lexmark. The printer was fine and […]

Laying Out a Website with Inkscape

Tweet The other day I decided to revamp my website but with the slightly difference that in my house I have a Linux Unit with […]

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