Miscellaneous Software Reviews (77 materials)
Not many programs make it to 20 years of age-Photoshop is one of the few. The feature list of such a mature program (version 12) has to either get shorter but more extraordinary or branch into new areas-and Photoshop keeps doing both.
Editor's Pick of April, 2010
FlashMoto is a powerful and easy to use Flash content management system designed to simplify the publication of web content to Flash websites.
Editor's Pick of August, 2009
Behold stunning ways to demonstrate your images online and create easy-to-install and pleasant-to-browse picture galleries. Go beyond just sharing and learn how to increase viewers positive experience.
Editor's Pick of July, 2009
For those who don't want to be weighed down by hefty back-end systems check out the review of a new solution of managing a flash site. Maintaining a gorgeous web design tends to become much easier.
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Editor's Pick of December, 2008
PHPFOX 1.6 offers incredible social networking software for building an online community. This is review of PHP FOX's software.
Editor's Pick of November, 2008
This is review of Merchant Metrix's software. US-based support and easy to understand interface is indeed something that small business owners would be interested in.
Editor's Pick of September, 2008
Enrich your web design with flash-driven elements made with an easy-to-use software. Its free version is great for playing around to see the benefits.
Bitrix Site Manager may seem unassuming, but underneath this CMS lays a fantastic algorithm that drives this CMS' performance over almost all other existing CMS applications out there. It's most definitely the most cost effective Content Management system today.
As one of Amara Software's most popular Flash tools, its Photo Slideshow Builder is an affordable and easy-to-use application that lets you create image slideshows in a variety of configurations.
When I first started doing keyword research for building niche keyword lists, I turned to Overture. With Overture, I could freely type in a keyword and it would generate a list of up to 100 keywords that contained the one I typed in. The problem occured when I wanted to build a list of thousands.