ShootMe is an Android app for taking screen caps on Android devices. It’s very popular, but has been removed by the developer from the Android Market for some reason. IIRC, it’s said to take screencaps just by shaking your Android device. Here’s a download link to a ShootMe.apk file. Let me know if it works […]
Photoshop CS5 all-in-one for Dummies (2010) is written by Barbara Obermeier and may be considered 9 books in one, as it covers the following topics in digital graphics editing and design: • Photoshop Fundamentals • Image Essentials • Selections • Painting, Drawing, and Typing • Working with Layers • Channels and Masks • Filters and […]
Missed Wrestlemania XXVII on TV? I’m sharing some download links of the videos. When I was in my early teenage years, I loved watching wrestling, or to be more specific, WWE. I’m not really that into sports but I loved their wrestling shows. I used to buy PlayStation2 games (WWE Here Comes the Pain and […]
Start learning Adobe Flash CS4 by reading this book: Flash CS4 for Dummies! With Adobe Flash CS4 For Dummies as your guide, you can unleash your creativity and contribute to the “Flash”-iest showcase of dynamic content: the Web! You’ll become acquainted with Flash CS4 and learn when to use this popular Web development tool. Plus, […]
This manual provides a foundation for developing applications in Adobe® ActionScript® 3.0. To best understand the ideas and techniques described, you should already be familiar with general programming concepts such as data types, variables, loops, and functions. You should also understand basic object-oriented programming concepts such as classes and inheritance. Prior knowledge of ActionScript 1.0 […]
Trying to learn game programming in Adobe Flash? Want to learn game programming using AS3? Try this e-book that I’m going to share with you. It covers Adobe Flash CS3 Professional, so it’s perfect if you use Flash CS3.
I used to have several Cobol compilers available for free download in my old blog, Poochycat.com. That blog has gone, months ago, I think. I’m putting up all those Cobol compilers in this post. 🙂