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My image Cascader – Writing code for web development can be tough, but even tougher can be the effort to clean up code written by somebody else. Cascader is a tool that can help web developers clean up the code by separating inlines CSS code from provided HTML. Simply copy-paste the HTML code and Cascader will do the rest.

My image Generate A Panorama – Many of us have wondered what the view would be like from a particular summit in a particular direction. Generate A Panorama lets you do just that by creating a panoramic view from any summit in any direction. You can choose your viewpoint on a map, pick it from a drop down list, or even pick it by entering specific data points.
My image Remember It App – Many people have at least once forgotten their credit cards at a store, left their tab open at the bar when they left, forgotten to collect their coats from the coats check section, etc. To help remember our things at stores, a location-based alarm application “Remember It App” was created. The app uses GPS settings in your device to set location-based alarms. You can set the alarm to ring when you move a certain distance from your present location. Read more: Remember It App: A Highly Useful Location Based Alarm App
My image FindiLike – Are you stuck looking for hotels or places to stay that is almost what you are looking for, but not quite there yet? If so, then you should check out Find I Like. This app is a search engine for hotels that relies on your preferences and personal tastes. Instead of the usual filters, you can type in words like clean, safe, etc.
My image BookCountry – If writing fiction is one of your hobbies, you might want to share your works with others and obtain constructive feedback. Similarly you might want to read what other writers similar to yourself are writing and provide feedback to them. Such interaction with fiction writers and readers is facilitated by a web service called Book Country. Read more: BookCountry: An Online Community For Fiction Writers & Readers


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