• Linux News Today: PeaZip 5.9.0 Open Source Archiver Adds Support for Extracting RAR5 Files on Linux


    The developers of the PeaZip software, a cross-platform and open-source graphical application designed as a front-end for some popular archive managers, such as 7z, p7zip, RAR, ZIP, etc., announced the release and immediate availability of PeaZip 5.9.0. PeaZip 5.9.0 a few interesting features, among which we can mention support for extracting RAR5 archives under any GNU/Linux operating system without the need for using the UNRAR5 plugin, which is now available as an alternative extraction engine. While the p7zip backed has been updated to version 15.09 for GNU/Linux users, the 7z backend was upgraded to version 15.12 on Microsoft Windows operating […]

  • Linux News Today: New Ubuntu Arabic and Hebrew Fonts Finally Land in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus)


    The Ubuntu developers announced a few minutes ago, November 30, that the Ubuntu Font Family package has been updated to version 0.84 in the daily build ISO images of the upcoming Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system. According to the changelog published on the Launchpad website and attached at the end of the article for reference, Ubuntu Font Family 0.84 brings the highly anticipated Arabic and Hebrew glyphs designed by the Dalton Maag crew back in 2011, along with the respective Fontconfig fallback mechanisms. Moreover, the new Ubuntu Font Family package includes a thin weight of the Ubuntu font, […]

  • Download Source Code Yellow 0.6.1


    Mark Seuffert is announcing that Yellow with version number 0.6.1 is already available to download. What is Yellow ? Yellow is . Yellow can be used to create anything from a one-page site to quite complex blogs and wikis. The system can easily adapt to anything you want, relying on a local file & folder hierarchy to manage the site’s structure. PHP templates are used to control each of the page layouts, while the content is stored separately as Markdown-formatted text and injected in the page at runtime. Yellow can be managed using a CLI or Web interface, and also […]

  • Download Source Code Superstatic 3.0.0


    Firebase is announcing that Superstatic with version number 3.0.0 is already available to download. What is Superstatic ? Superstatic is . Superstatic is a Node.js server based on Connect, allowing webmasters to host their static websites with a technology specifically created for this purpose. Since it’s based on Connect any other Connect middleware will work with it as well, and Superstatic also supports “services” – extensions for adding extra features and functionality. Superstatic features a very simple configuration process, and allows developers to adapt it to specific usage scenarios by tweaking various of its settings. The server can be deployed […]

  • Download Source Code randomColor 0.4.1


    David Merfield is announcing that randomColor with version number 0.4.1 is already available to download. What is randomColor ? randomColor is . randomColor fixes what has been wrong it random color generation for tens of years: the actual random colors. Regardless of the programming language they’ve been written in, random color generation scripts have the same way of working (it’s called math), and the same results. These scripts output most of the times the same results of dark colors, usually a grey variation, unusable in real-life scenarios. The randomColor library alters this random color generation algorithm, allowing developers to filter […]

  • Download Source Code Angular Material Design 0.11.4 / 1.0.0-rc4


    Google Inc. is announcing that Angular Material Design with version number 0.11.4 / 1.0.0-rc4 is already available to download. What is Angular Material Design ? Angular Material Design is . Angular Material Design delivers a collections of ready-made UI components and widgets that can be easily and quickly deployed to any AngularJS application. Since Google’s team of developers is behind the project, this framework closely follows their recently released style guide, a collection of internal best practices used for developing both the desktop and mobile environments. There’s an accent of paper-like visual styles and the usage of dimmed motions to […]


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