If you often need to work with multiple database types, you know the pain. Most database management systems only support one or a few, so you end up using multiple database managers, which defeats their purpose in the first place.
Espresso is a web editor for Mac that makes building, improving, and publishing websites a pleasure. It’s packed with sophisticated features targeted specifically at helping you build better websites, such as Live Preview, CSSEdit tools, and Server Sync.
Managing multiple databases can be a headache if you’re forever switching between many different accounts and types. Many existing database tools that claim to ease the pain are clunky and fail to address key issues that database managers regularly face, plus they can be costly to boot.
If you are a former iTunes affiliate or just have a passion for app reviews, we understand your pain, and ready to suggest an Apple affiliate program alternatives. Due to Apple’s recent announcement, all the apps and in-app purchases will be removed from the iTunes Affiliate Program on October 1, 2018. What this means is Apple will no longer be rewarding third-party promotions associated with apps. Ouch.
If you’ve ever looked at a piece of writing and thought, “I wish there was a spell check for everything,” TextSoap has been waiting for you. Built to save the sanity of sleep-deprived students and overloaded paralegals alike, it’s a comprehensive text cleaner for grammar and punctuation that gives depositions and dissertations alike a much-needed scrubbing.
If you use your Mac for developing software, building websites, or any other technical task, there are dozens of great apps to help you. Whether you need to transfer files to a web server, analyze a wifi network, or connect to a VPN, Setapp has you covered.
Whenever your WiFi is underperforming, it’s worth carrying out a site survey. Bad WiFi isn’t always the fault of the provider or the router. It can be. But mostly, there are other things at play. It’s how WiFi is configured that often makes or breaks a good WiFi signal.
If you Google anything around “product - market fit”, you’re going to find hundreds of articles saying why this is so important for startups and software companies. Without it, the experts claim, you can’t scale your idea. Won’t have a viable company. But there isn’t much on how to implement this theory.