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posted on 07 August 2009 (10:47 AM)
I recently came across VirtualBox, which is a great app that lets you run virtual machines on your Mac. Surprisingly, Microsoft offers different installations of Windows as disc images for free on their site.
So with these two combined, you have a pretty sweet testing environment. Properly configuring Windows in the virtual machine can be a bit of pain in the ass though, so this article aims to break it down into small, easy steps to get you up and running in no time.
posted on 27 May 2008 (11:36 AM)
Being a web developer myself, I'll write a bit about the new Dreamweaver.
posted on 26 May 2007 (01:44 AM)
I recently installed Ubuntu's latest version, Feisty Fawn.
I'm not really comfortable yet, since I don't have any Linux experience whatsoever, and I didn't have time to research and play around extensively the last couple of days.
One of the first things I did after I installed the operation system, was downloading and installing PHPEclipse, my favourite code editor on both Mac and Windows.
I'm not sure why, and it may just be my inexperience with the system, but I ran into some errors. Fortunately, after lots of Google-searching, I managed to install it correctly.
posted on 03 May 2007 (01:23 PM)
From the moment I downloaded Firefox a couple of years ago, I never found another browser that served my needs better. The various plugins, for one, are invaluable.
I had Opera installed on my Windows laptop a while ago, but it was only there for testing purposes; Firefox still was my favourite. Since I converted to a Mac I've been too lazy to install Opera. Yesterday though, I used my free evening to download and play around with Opera 9. And I must say; I like it!