GitHub Announces Codespaces — A New Instant Dev Environment Within GitHub

GitHub has just announced a massive new feature during the GitHub Satellite that is sure to catch the attention of all kinds of developers around the world. The company has announced the availability of GitHub Codespaces in public beta, a complete dev environment that works entirely on the GitHub.com website. Developers can instantly get the full Visual Studio Code experience right in their browsers, launched from any repository they want to work on. Devs can code, build, test, debug, and event deploy using GitHub Codespaces. It’ll be free during beta, and pricing will be announced at a later date.

You can request early access now →




Mozilla Announces Firefox Private Network (Beta) — A Desktop Extension to Secure & Protect Your Browsing

Mozilla has today announced Firefox Private Network, a desktop browser extension for the Firefox browser that automatically secures & encrypts all your data while browsing. Firefox Private Network is being made available in beta through Mozilla’s Test Pilot Program and is open to anyone in the US who has a Firefox account. [...]


Streamline Icons 3.0

Icons have become an important & integral part of any design workflow today. Icons are basically everywhere and if you’re working with web design, UI design for apps, or even presentations and marketing material, you will be involved with icons in some form or the other. Sites like IconFinder and FontAwesome have grown [...]



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