If you use a lot of different online services in which you have to identify yourself, supplying an username and password, for sure that you have forgot sometime your login informations for a service that you don’t use often.
And when this happens you start thinking like me, if it wouldn’t be nice if you could have one login for every service that you use, that way you could avoid memory failures.
Now we have OpenID, a free and easy way to use a single digital identity across the internet that solves all your problems.
At the moment OpenID is already being used in a couple of popular websites such as MySpace.
As a developer you can help this project to grow by having support to OpenID in your own projects, you can read about it in here.
In the past few days I’ve been reading a lot of reviews about Content Management Systems (CMS) at OpenSourceCMS. Great site by the way, lots of useful informations in there.
Although the site above has a lot of informations it’s really hard to find a CMS that fits your needs, most of the people who use this kind of tools are regular users and their main goal is to install and manage the CMS with success.
That way most of the reviews that I’ve found are written without a developers perspective.
How many times have you thought: “Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a tool where I could test my website layout, and see how it appears in different browsers..” ?
Well I’ve got news for you!
The tool you’ve been waiting for already exists, or at least something similar to what you (I) have expected.
It’s name is Browsershots and it’s main goal is to take screenshots of your website in different browsers running on different operating systems.
Yesterday I started to write this post while I was “wasting” some time upgrading ClanLib to version 0.8.1 then I thought I should write something about it while it was being compiled.
The truth is that I already talked about this subject a couple of posts ago, when I wrote about “Pingus – A journey into the unknown…”, one of the games I found while searching for games developed with this great SDK.
ClanLib is the same library that me and my colleagues will use to develop our Multimedia Contents Production (MCP) project. I didn’t knew about this library until Filipe Vieira told me about it, he mentioned that we should bet on it for this project development, because it’s a very complete and clean library with lots of cool features.