Janardan Revuru
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Developing Applications Using Node.js

JavaScript has been a popular language for Web development, but it was restricted to the browser. Node.js takes a step beyond and uses JavaScript for shell scripting, server side scripting and more. This…

Blaze the automated desktop experience for Windows

Blaze is a small multipurpose utility that does the job of an application launcher and file searcher, and records macros for desktop automation. A special pattern detection feature separates this tiny utility from…

Bluefish-The Feature Rich Editor

This light and fast open source editor, best suited for Web development, is available across multiple platforms and supports many programming languages. The editor has also been translated to Tamil. Bluefish is an…

Setting Up Discussion Forums Using Vanilla

Use Vanilla Forums for work, to discuss ideas, or just to connect people across the organisation. The need for, and the means of, communication between individuals of similar interests has existed since time…

Project Management with GanttProject

    GanttProject is an open source task and project management tool that can display Gantt charts and PERT. It is available on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. New project leaders or managers will…

Developing Android WebApps Using HTML5 Technologies

WebApps are easy to develop and with them, it is actually possible to ‘write once, and deploy everywhere .Anyone who has used GMail or the likes knows what a WebApp is. It is…

Create a Slide Show with Slidifier

Slidifier is a browser-based, open source slide show creator that is quick and very easy to use. Let’s take a look. Many presenters at conferences these days use browser-based slide shows. This is…

My ToDo List

Getting Things Done Using myTinyTodo

This article covers myTinyTodo (MTT), a Getting Things Done (GTD) application. Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen helps individuals manage tasks and remain productive in a stress-free manner. The key principle is…

HTML5 Local Storage

HTML5 localStorage for Offline Web Applications

This article explains the local (client-side, browser) storage feature in HTML 5. Since the introduction of HTML5, the technology is making an equal impact in the desktop and mobile space. It has completely…

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