Nowadays, many email providers have increased their maximum attachment file size (not 10Mb anymore). Yet, you may have bigger files (or crappy email providers). For those cases, ProjectSend can help! (more…)
A friend of mine was setting up a Minecraft server and wanted some help on the back end, especially to ease the management of his server and this is how I found rfwadmin, a simple web interface to monitor and control a Minecraft server.
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One of the most used online services are those allowing you to upload large files and share them with someone. May services exists, either dedicated like wesendit, etc… or with a larger set of features, like Dropbox, allowing you to sync your files accross devices for example.
This week end, Sean, a habitual reader, contacted me to ask some help on installing a particular invoice web based app on his server.
As you may have figured out, I love web based apps and I didn’t know any invoicing apps online before his mail. As I’m starting my own company/website soon (I’ll let you know when settle down), I thought it would be nice to give this software a shot.
InvoiceNinja is a great open source online invoicing service.