How To Improve Your Online Reading - Why I Chose Diigo? Paid Members Public
Learn how Diigo helps you to capture and organize information you read online
Dynamically Create Powershell Alias Paid Members Public
While playing around with the Windows Terminal, I had set up Aliasing to enable alias for commonly used commands. For e.g. Typing in s implies git status. I wanted to create new command aliases from the command line itself, instead of opening up the script file and modifying it
Setting Up The Windows Terminal Paid Members Public
For a long time, I have been using the Cmder as my command line. It was mostly for the ability to copy-paste, open multiple tabs, and the ability to add aliases (shortcut command). I was never particularly interested in other customizations of the command line. However, one of these recent
Tip of the Week: Toggl - A Pomodoro Timer Paid Members Public
I have been on and off Pomodoro technique and always wanted to be more consistent following it. A while back I was using Tomighty, a minimalistic Pomodoro timer. However, with Tomighty, I often forget to start the timer and soon stopped using it altogether. Recently when reading through a Productivity
Tip of the Week: Squoosh - Make Images Smaller Paid Members Public
Compress the images that you share online.
Tip of the Week: Analyze Your Site Performance Paid Members Public
Make your sites go faster
Tip of the Week: Fiddler - Free Web Debugging Proxy Paid Members Public
Fiddler is an HTTP debugging proxy server application and captures HTTP and HTTPS traffic. It is one of the tools in my essential toolkit list. Fiddler allows debugging traffic from PC, MAC, Linux and mobile systems. It helps inspect the raw requests and responses between the client and the server.
Tip of the Week: PNGGauntlet - Smash PNGs for Faster Sites Paid Members Public
Optimize images for the web.