Print Plugin for Sublime Text

Print Plugin for Sublime Text

Simple Print Function is an awesome plugin for Sublime text editor which allows you to print directly from Sublime. This plugin has been submitted to Package Control now! You can install by selecting Package Control: Add Repository and adding https://github.com/svenax/SublimePrint. Useful Links: Package Control: Simple Print Function on Package Control GitHub Link: https://github.com/svenax/SublimePrint/ Sublime text : http://www.sublimetext.com/
Intro to SailsJS

Intro to SailsJS

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SailsJS is a very customizable MVC NodeJS framework that allows you to build Node apps in a matter of days! It is built on top of ExpressJS framework.

What is Node.js?

“Node.js is a platform built on Chrome’s JavaScript runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices.” – nodejs.org

Postman – REST Client for your Chrome

Postman – REST Client for your Chrome

Postman is an amazing plugin for Google Chrome, it alows developers to create requests quickly and work easily with REST APIs directly from Chrome without the need to create test or sample apps.

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It provide all the needed REST actions such as POST/GET/PUT/DELETE … etc  As well as Formatted API responses for JSON and XML 

Useful Chrome shortcuts for Mac

Useful Chrome shortcuts for Mac

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Here is a list of the most common keyboard shortcuts for Google Chrome on Mac! Its really useful.

⌘+N Opens a new window.
⌘+T Opens a new tab.
⌘+Shift-N Opens a new window in incognito mode.
⌘+click a link Opens the link in a new tab in the background

JSONView, a must have plugin for developers

JSONView, a must have plugin for developers

If you are a developer dealing with JSON all the time, you would love JSONView plugin for Google Chrome.
JSONView will beautify JSON objects viewed on the browser, so you don’t have to dig into 100+ lines of code trying to figure out how the JSON is structured.