Open Source Web App For Scheduling Tweets: Tampon

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For anyone willing to share tweets when they are not online, various web services exist to accomplish this task (I had also built an open source app: Scheduled Tweets -not updated anymore-).

Tampon is a free and open source alternative (that is inspired from Buffer) that schedules tweets.

It is a Backbone.js application that uses MongoDB for storing the data and has a PHP-based REST API.

Tampon

The application allows creating a schedule with multiple entries and auto-sends your tweets at those periods.

Tweets entered can be re-ordered with drag 'n' drops or, optionally tweeted instantly.

Considering it is open sourced, Tampon can also be a good starting point for creating a feature-rich, customized version.

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Free Web-Fonts Service: Adobe Edge Web Fonts

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Google Web Fonts is no doubt the most popular free web-fonts service out there.

Adobe has launched an alternative named Adobe Edge Web Fonts where the fonts are served through Typekit.

The service includes the open source fonts in Google Web Fonts and some more.

Adobe Edge Web Fonts

Its usage is pretty straightforward, select the font and you get a .JS file to be included in your web pages. After that, use it as any other font-family in your CSS rules.

Currently, there are ~500 font-families and a documentation exists for details on the usage.

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Enable Users To Switch On/Off Responsive Layouts With ReView

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Today, many websites are being built with responsive layouts (which is great) that ease reading and browsing in multiple viewports.

However, readers may still want to view the original layout even if they are browsing from a mobile/tablet,/etc. device considering this may ease reaching the info we need on some situations.

Responsive Viewport

ReView is a tiny JavaScript library that allows visitors to switch between the layouts on request.

It analyses the initial viewport + meta tag if available and displays a link/button to the visitor for instantly switching to the other viewport with no refreshes, all JavaScript.

The view preference is automatically stored via HTML5 sessionStorage and a plugin architecture exists for extending its features.

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