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|Codiad – Developers often have applications locally installed on their computers to run and edit programming code. But an online IDE is more accessible and lets you work in the same app you surf the Internet on – your web browser. Offering you an open source web-based IDE is something called Codiad, a free to use tool built using PHP. Read more: Codiad: A PHP-Built Open Source Web-Based IDE Framework|
|PopSurvey – This is a user-friendly web service that helps you create online surveys. You start with signing up for an account on the website. You can then start creating your survey with various templates and various sections. You can choose to include all kinds of questions in the survey. Read more: PopSurvey: Create Visually Appealing Online Surveys|
|Sight Words – When children start out in kindergarten, they are taught how to recognize words when they see them. They learn how to spot a word and know what it means. Here to help them do that is a smart device application called Sight Words. The app shows children words and tells them what they mean; upper and lower case letters can be toggled from the app’s options. Read more: Sight Words: Help Your Kindergarten & Pre-K Children Learn New Words [Android 2.1+]|
|Recon.io – If you are leading a startup or a small business, you will quickly learn how hard it is to be on top of all your customers tweets and social updates. While connecting with your customers is critical, you also don’t want to be bogged down by doing just that. Enter Recon.io, a tool that helps you keep tabs on your Twitter account. Read more: Recon.io: Online Brand Monitoring For Your Twitter Account|
|CoContest – Do you have an architectural design project that you need help with? Perhaps you need your kitchen redesigned or have another small project that needs designing? Instead of going out and hiring an expensive architect, you can simply post your requirement as a contest on CoContest, a web service that lets you hold competitions for architects. Read more: CoContest: A Site For Architects To Take Part In Contests & Win Prizes|
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