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  1. Visual Studio Code 1.52.0 Powerful yet lightweight, Visual Studio Code is a source code editor that runs on your desktop. It has built-in JavaScript, TypeScript and Node.js support, and extensions for C++, C#, PHP and other languages. The highly intuitive user interface is based on an Explorer format. All accessible files and folders are listed in a sidebar on the left, and the editor pane is in the larger right-hand area. This will accommodate up to three windows opened side-by-side. Select Explorer from the listed views upon launching the editor, then navigate to a file to view and edit its content in the edit window. In addition to the sidebar and editor pane, the interface has three other areas as well as a menu bar. The status bar for information on the currently open project is positioned under the edit window, the activity bar of icons for switching between views is found to the left of the sidebar, and the pane for debug information, errors, etc. is conveniently beneath the status bar. The sidebar and debugging panel can be resized to provide a larger editing window(s). Visual Studio Code is comprised of four modules which are accessed, along with the Explorer, from the sidebar. IntelliSense An extra-intelligent syntax highlighting and auto-completion tool which suggests completions based on function definitions, variable types, and imported modules. Visual Studio Code IntelliSense supports JavaScript, TypeScript, JSON, HTML, CSS, and word-based completions for any programming language and installed language extension. Debugging Launch or attach to running apps to debug code right in the editor to debug with an interactive console. There is built-in debugging support for Node.js runtime, both JavaScript, TypeScript can be debugged, and other language extensions are available. Built-in Git Git can be incorporated to review diffs and stage files and commits from the editor. Built right into Visual Studio Code, it is especially useful for tracking version control when working on team projects. Extensions Fully tested third-party extensions and runtimes - new languages, themes, debuggers and other services can all be configured to customize the program. They run under separate processes and will not slow the editor down. Features are available depending on the language in use. Some must be accessed specifically via the command palette which can be accessed by right-clicking the folder in use or the keyboard short-cut which can be customized in user preferences. Overall, however, everything you're likely to need is highly visible and easy to use. There are different themes available, and shortcuts can be customized. In fact, nearly every part of editor, interface, and the various functions can be configured for the maximum satisfaction of the user. Visual Studio code is open source and free to download. System requirements are Windows 7 and higher - 32-bit and 64-bit - and .NET Framework 4.5.2 with 1.6 GHz or faster processor and 1 GB of RAM. Once downloaded and installed, getting an overview of the program is as simple as opening the Welcome Page which, like everything else involved, is highly comprehensive. There are in-depth guides to all the features, the modules, and available add-ons. Additionally, the Visual Studio Code YouTube channel contains tutorial videos to fully explain how to download, configure and use the free source code editor. Homepage: https://code.visualstudio.com Changelog: https://code.visualstudio.com/updates Download: x64: https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/940b5f4bb5fa47866a54529ed759d95d09ee80be/VSCodeUserSetup-x64-1.52.0.exe https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/940b5f4bb5fa47866a54529ed759d95d09ee80be/VSCode-win32-x64-1.52.0.zip x86: https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/940b5f4bb5fa47866a54529ed759d95d09ee80be/VSCodeUserSetup-ia32-1.52.0.exe https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/940b5f4bb5fa47866a54529ed759d95d09ee80be/VSCode-win32-ia32-1.52.0.zip
  2. virendra

    Visual Studio Code 1.45.1

    Visual Studio Code 1.45.1 Powerful yet lightweight, Visual Studio Code is a source code editor that runs on your desktop. It has built-in JavaScript, TypeScript and Node.js support, and extensions for C++, C#, PHP and other languages. The highly intuitive user interface is based on an Explorer format. All accessible files and folders are listed in a sidebar on the left, and the editor pane is in the larger right-hand area. This will accommodate up to three windows opened side-by-side. Select Explorer from the listed views upon launching the editor, then navigate to a file to view and edit its content in the edit window. In addition to the sidebar and editor pane, the interface has three other areas as well as a menu bar. The status bar for information on the currently open project is positioned under the edit window, the activity bar of icons for switching between views is found to the left of the sidebar, and the pane for debug information, errors, etc. is conveniently beneath the status bar. The sidebar and debugging panel can be resized to provide a larger editing window(s). Visual Studio Code is comprised of four modules which are accessed, along with the Explorer, from the sidebar. IntelliSense An extra-intelligent syntax highlighting and auto-completion tool which suggests completions based on function definitions, variable types, and imported modules. Visual Studio Code IntelliSense supports JavaScript, TypeScript, JSON, HTML, CSS, and word-based completions for any programming language and installed language extension. Debugging Launch or attach to running apps to debug code right in the editor to debug with an interactive console. There is built-in debugging support for Node.js runtime, both JavaScript, TypeScript can be debugged, and other language extensions are available. Built-in Git Git can be incorporated to review diffs and stage files and commits from the editor. Built right into Visual Studio Code, it is especially useful for tracking version control when working on team projects. Extensions Fully tested third-party extensions and runtimes - new languages, themes, debuggers and other services can all be configured to customize the program. They run under separate processes and will not slow the editor down. Features are available depending on the language in use. Some must be accessed specifically via the command palette which can be accessed by right-clicking the folder in use or the keyboard short-cut which can be customized in user preferences. Overall, however, everything you're likely to need is highly visible and easy to use. There are different themes available, and shortcuts can be customized. In fact, nearly every part of editor, interface, and the various functions can be configured for the maximum satisfaction of the user. Visual Studio code is open source and free to download. System requirements are Windows 7 and higher - 32-bit and 64-bit - and .NET Framework 4.5.2 with 1.6 GHz or faster processor and 1 GB of RAM. Once downloaded and installed, getting an overview of the program is as simple as opening the Welcome Page which, like everything else involved, is highly comprehensive. There are in-depth guides to all the features, the modules, and available add-ons. Additionally, the Visual Studio Code YouTube channel contains tutorial videos to fully explain how to download, configure and use the free source code editor. WINDOWS x64 https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/5763d909d5f12fe19f215cbfdd29a91c0fa9208a/VSCodeSetup-x64-1.45.1.exe LINUX x64 https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/5763d909d5f12fe19f215cbfdd29a91c0fa9208a/code-stable-1589445616.tar.gz MAC https://az764295.vo.msecnd.net/stable/5763d909d5f12fe19f215cbfdd29a91c0fa9208a/VSCode-darwin-stable.zip Publisher: https://code.visualstudio.com/
  3. RJ TextEd - A Unicode source and text editor. RJ TextEd is a full featured text and source editor with Unicode support. It is also a very powerful web (PHP, ASP, JavaScript, HTML and CSS) development editor. The functionality extends beyond text files and includes support for CSS/HTML editing with integrated CSS/HTML preview, spell checking, auto completion, HTML validation, templates and more. The program also has a dual pane file commander, as well as a (S)FTP client to upload your files. Below is a small list of features available. For a full list check out the features section. RJ TextEd is released as FREEWARE. However, if you find the program useful I would appreciate a small donation. Features Below is a small list of features available in the program. Per-monitor DPI aware. Auto completion. Code folding. Column mode. Multi edit and multi select Document map Annotation bar Advanced sorting. Handles both ASCII and binary files. CSS and HTML wizards. Highlighting of colors in CSS/SASS/LESS. Advanced color hint that can convert between color formats. Dockable panels. FTP and SFTP client with synchronization. File explorer, text clips, code explorer, project manager... Convert between code pages, Unicode formats and text formats. Unicode and ANSI code page detection. Open/Save UTF-8 encoded files without a signature (BOM). Unicode file paths and file names. HTML validation, format and repair. Tools available like syntax editor, color picker, charmap... There are a many features not listed above. Including spell checking, e-mail support, advanced search with regular expressions. To learn more about the program you could check out the screenshots, or just try it out. The program is absolutely free. WEBSITE: https://www.rj-texted.se/index.html CHANGE LOG AND LINKS: https://www.rj-texted.se/download.html LINKS: X32/X64 BIT INSTALLER https://www.fosshub.com/RJ-TextEd.html?dwl=rj-install-13.50.exe X64 BIT ONLY https://www.fosshub.com/RJ-TextEd.html?dwl=rj-install_x64.exe X32 BIT ONLY https://www.fosshub.com/RJ-TextEd.html?dwl=rj-install_x86.exe PORTABLE X32X64 https://www.fosshub.com/RJ-TextEd.html?dwl=rj-portable-13.50.exe
  4. The culprit? .*(?:.*=.*) Cloudflare has published a detailed and refreshingly honest report into precisely what went wrong earlier this month when its systems fell over and took a big wedge of the internet with it. We already knew from a quick summary published the next day, and our interview with its CTO John Graham-Cumming, that the 30-minute global outage had been caused by an error in a single line of code in a system the company uses to push rapid software changes. Even though that change had been run through a test beforehand, the blunder maxed out Cloudflare's servers CPUs and caused customers worldwide to get 502 errors from Cloudflare-backed websites. The full postmortem digs into precisely what went wrong and what the biz has done and is doing, to fix it and stop any repetition. The headline is that it was a cascade of small mistakes that caused one almighty cock-up. We're tempted to use the phrase-du-jour "perfect storm," but it wasn't. It was a small mistake and lots of gaps in Cloudflare's otherwise robust processes that let the mistake escalate. First up the error itself – it was in this bit of code: .*(?:.*=.*). We won't go into the full workings as to why because the post does so extensively (a Friday treat for coding nerds) but very broadly the code caused a lot of what's called "backtracking," basically repetitive looping. This backtracking got worse – exponentially worse – the more complex the request and very, very quickly maxed out the company's CPUs. So the three big questions: why wasn't this noticed before it went live? How did it have such a huge impact so quickly? And why did it take Cloudflare so long to fix it? The post answers each question clearly in a detailed rundown and even includes a lot of information that most organizations would be hesitant to share about internal processes and software, so kudos to Cloudflare for that. But to those questions… I see you CPU The impact wasn't noticed for the simple reason that the test suite didn’t measure CPU usage. It soon will – Cloudflare has an internal deadline of a week from now. The second problem was that a software protection system that would have prevented excessive CPU consumption had been removed "by mistake" just a weeks earlier. That protection is now back in although it clearly needs to be locked down. The software used to run the code – the expression engine – also doesn't have the ability to check for the sort of backtracking that occurred. Cloudflare says it will shift to one that does. So that's how it got through the checking process: what about the speed with which it impacted everyone? Here was another significant mistake: Cloudflare seems to have got too comfortable with making changes to its Web Application Firewall (WAF). The WAF is designed to be able to quickly provide protection to Cloudflare customers – it can literally make changes globally in seconds. And Cloudflare has in the past put this to good use. In the post, it points to the fast rollout of protections against a SharePoint security hole in May. Very soon after the holes were made public, the biz saw a lot of hacking efforts on its customers' system and was able to cut them off almost instantly with an update pushed through WAF. This kind of service is precisely what has given Cloudflare its reputation – and paying clients. It deals with the constant stream of security issues so you don't have to. But it uses the system a lot: 476 change requests in the past 60 days, or the equivalent of one every three hours. The code that caused the problem was designed to deal with new cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks the company had identified but – and here’s the crucial thing – it wasn't urgent that that change be made. So Cloudflare could have introduced it in a slower way and noticed the problem before it became a global issue. But it didn't; it has various testing processes that have always worked and so it put the expression into the global system – as it has with many other expressions. Cloudflare justifies this by pointing to the growing number of CVEs – Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures – that are published annually. War Games redux The impact however was that it created an instant global headache. What's more the code itself was being run in a simulation mode – not in the full live mode – but because of the massive CPU consumption that it provoked, even within that mode it was able to knock everything offline as servers were unable to deal with the processing load. That's where it all went wrong. Now, why did it take Cloudflare so long to fix it? Why didn't it just do a rollback within minutes and solve the issue while it figured out what was going on? The post gives some interesting details that will be familiar to anyone that has ever had to deal with a crisis: the problem was noticed through alerts and then everyone scrambled. The issue had to be escalated to pull in more engineers and especially more senior engineers who are allowed to make big decisions about what to do. The mistakes here are all human: first, you have to physically get other human beings in front of screens, on phones, and in chatrooms. Then you have to coordinate quickly but effectively. What is the problem? What is causing it? How can we be sure that's right? People get panicky under pressure and can easily misread or misunderstand the situation or decide the wrong thing. It takes a cool head to figure out what the truth is and figure out the best way to resolve it as quickly as possible. It appears from Cloudflare's post that the web biz actually did really well in this respect – and we can have some degree of confidence in its version of events thanks to the timeline. Despite the obvious initial thought that the company was under some kind of external attack, it pinpointed the issue as being the WAF within 15 minutes of receiving the first alert. Which is actually a pretty good response time considering that no one was watching this rule change. It was a routine update that went wrong. But there were several crucial delays. First the automated emergency alerts took three minutes to arrive. Cloudflare admits this should have been faster. Second, even though a senior engineer made the decision to do a global kill on the WAF two minutes after it was pinpointed as the cause of the problem, it took another five minutes to actually process it. Slow death Why? Because the people authorized to issue the kill hadn't logged into the system for a while and the system's protection system had logged them out as a result. They had to re-verify themselves to get into the system. When they did and authorized the kill, two minutes later it had kicked in globally and traffic levels went down to normal – making it clear that it was in fact the WAF that was the problem. This is the timeline: 13.42: Bad code posted 13.45: First alert arrives (followed by lots of others) 14.00: WAF identified as the problem 14.02: Global kill on WAF approved 14.07: Kill finally implemented (logging in) 14.09: Traffic back to normal Cloudflare has changed its systems and approach in response so in future this response time should go from 27 minutes to around 20 minutes (assuming it will always take some amount of time to figure out where the problem lies in a previously unidentified issue.) At this point, the problem was identified but WAF had been taken down so people were still experiencing problems. The Cloudflare team then had to figure out what in WAF had gone wrong, fix it, check it, and then restart it. That took 53 minutes. This is where the impressive openness and honesty from Cloudflare up until this point gets a little more opaque. One paragraph covers this entire process: "Because of the sensitivity of the situation we performed both negative tests (asking ourselves “was it really that particular change that caused the problem?”) and positive tests (verifying the rollback worked) in a single city using a subset of traffic after removing our paying customers’ traffic from that location. At 14:52 we were 100 per cent satisfied that we understood the cause and had a fix in place and the WAF was re-enabled globally." There's no more information than that, although it does mention later on that "the rollback plan required running the complete WAF build twice, taking too long." Timing off It also mentions that the Cloudflare team "had difficulty accessing our own systems because of the outage and the bypass procedure wasn’t well trained on" – although it's not clear if that leads to delays in fixing the WAF. It's hard to know without more detail whether Cloudflare did a great job here or whether its systems were found lacking - given its global reach and that it's entire function as a company is around this kind of work. For example: how long after the WAF was taken down did the engineer manage to pinpoint the specific code that caused the problem? Did it figure it out in five minutes and then run 47 minutes of tests? Or did it take them 47 minutes to find it and run five minutes of tests? The fact that Cloudflare doesn't say in an otherwise very detailed and expansive post suggests that this was not its finest hour. You would imagine that it would simply bring up a log of all the changes made just prior to the problems, cut those changes out, rebuild, and test. Maybe it did. Is 53 minutes a good timeframe to rebuild something that had just caused worldwide outages and put it live again? What do Reg readers think? Anyway, that's how it went down. To its credit, Cloudflare also acknowledges that its communication during the crisis could have been better. For obvious reasons, all of its customers were clamoring for information but all the people with the answers were busy fixing it. Worse, customers lost access to their Cloudflare Dashboard and API - because they pass through the Cloudflare edge which was impacted – and so they were really in the dark. The business plans to fix both these issues by adding automatic updates to its status page and by having a way to bypass the normal Dashboard and API approach in an emergency, so people can get access to information. So there you have it. It's not clear how much an impact this cock-up has had on people's confidence with Cloudflare. The post is keen to point out the company hasn't had a global outage in six years – not including Verizon-induced problems of course. Its honesty, clear breakdown and list of logical improvements – including not posting non-urgent updates to its super-fast global update system - will go some way to reassure customers that Cloudflare is not going all-Evernote and building more and more services on top of sub-optimal code. With luck it will be another six years until the Cloudflare-reliant internet goes down. Source
  5. demon.devin

    Komodo IDE Portable (PAF)

    Komodo IDE Portable v10.2.3 created by demon.devin Komodo IDE by ActiveState is an integrated development environment (IDE) for dynamic programming languages. Komodo IDE uses the Mozilla and Scintilla code base as they share many features and support the same languages (including Python, Perl, PHP, Ruby, Tcl, SQL, Smarty, CSS, HTML and XML) and operating systems (Linux, OS X, and Windows). Features integrated debugger support DOM viewer interactive shells source code control integration ability to select the engine used to run regular expressions code browsing database explorer collaboration support for many popular source code control systems and much more... Package Developer: demon.devin Size: 53.21 mb Format: PortableApps.com Format (PAF) Category: Development Sealth: Yes License: Fully Activated* * The license used in this portable application is my personal license which I obtained by placing 2nd in the June 2017 edition of the PHPClasses.org/ Innovation Award. If you'd like to see which PHP script won this license visit the scripts homepage at: PHP Show HTML Source Code. Hashes v10.2.3 CRC32: D3272F74 MD5: C45994DF718394DC6C5F53834AE276E8 SHA1: 249E026D35BD42826BF5C2C406CA738B4B383446 SHA256: 50F6B99C493599465DAEB5CA8D0990D46BD1E1D1F52B5AF86BE14FBB5FF0D4B3 Hashes v11.0.1 CRC32: 7FE4148D MD5: 0E99B31FBFE7626AC63884A5F1EAAFD8 SHA1: D64E1191E1810C348B2110434F1603A2AB0D3D51 SHA256: B0B3864DFB62EEE849EDFAE40CABFB694BC6EDF01C67DF4B9057D0A12AE53DD7 Download v10.2.3 Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode[?]: /files/7517243/KomodoIDEPortable_10.2.3_English.paf.exe.html Download v11.0.1 Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode[?]: /files/7621534/KomodoIDEPortable_11.0.1-90797_English.paf.exe.html
  6. InnoExtractor is a powerful application that helps you to unpack Inno Setup installers. With InnoExtractor you can explore the internal structure and content of the installer and you can to extract them to a local folder or a portable devices, without having to run the setup. Download up-to-date installer (clean / toolbars free installer edition): http://www.mediafire.com/?1a5z25ioxet5z05 http://www.datafilehost.com/d/601053f6 Homepage: http://www.havysoft.cl/Softpedia site: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Compression-tools/InnoExtractor.shtmlScreenshot: Features: - Simple and friendly GUI. - Open installers into the application with only drag and drop executables from Windows Explorer. - Explore the internal content (files and more) of the installer. - Extract the embedded files and script to a local folder, to a zip package or to a self-extracting module (portable). - Decompiles the "CompiledCode.bin" file of the Installer to get the assembly code, corresponding to the "Code" script section (for advanced users only). - Open internal files of the installer into the same application. - Perform file searches by keyword. - Input panel, that allows you to enter a valid password to extract encrypted installers. - Properties panel to see advanced information about the installer. - History for recently opened installer. - Other miscellaneous options. - Support older and latest versions of Inno Setup. - Support older and latest versions of InnoUnp. - Full Unicode support. - Application available in multiple languages. - Much more! Requirements: - Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1. - Inno Setup-based installers. Changelog:
  7. InnoExtractor is a powerful application that helps you to unpack Inno Setup installers. With InnoExtractor you can explore the internal structure and content of the installer and you can to extract them to a local folder or a portable devices, without having to run the setup. Download up-to-date installer (clean / toolbars free installer edition): http://www.mediafire.com/?1a5z25ioxet5z05 http://www.datafilehost.com/d/c472d0aa Homepage: http://www.havysoft.cl/Screenshot: Features: - Simple and friendly GUI. - Open installers into the application with only drag and drop executables from Windows Explorer. - Explore the internal content (files and more) of the installer. - Extract the embedded files and script to a local folder, to a zip package or to a self-extracting module (portable). - Decompiles the "CompiledCode.bin" file of the Installer to get the assembly code, corresponding to the "Code" script section (for advanced users only). - Open internal files of the installer into the same application. - Perform file searches by keyword. - Input panel, that allows you to enter a valid password to extract encrypted installers. - Properties panel to see advanced information about the installer. - History for recently opened installer. - Other miscellaneous options. - Support older and latest versions of Inno Setup. - Support older and latest versions of InnoUnp. - Full Unicode support. - Application available in multiple languages. - Much more! Requirements: - Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1. - Inno Setup-based installers. Changelog:
  8. InnoExtractor is a powerful application that helps you to unpack Inno Setup installers. With InnoExtractor you can explore the internal structure and content of the installer and you can to extract them to a local folder or a portable devices, without having to run the setup. Download up-to-date installer (clean / ads free installer edition): http://www.mediafire.com/?1a5z25ioxet5z05 http://www.datafilehost.com/d/e2d15645 Homepage: http://www.havysoft.cl/Screenshot: Features: - Simple and friendly GUI. - Open installers into the application with only drag and drop executables from Windows Explorer. - Explore the internal content (files and more) of the installer. - Extract the embedded files and script to a local folder, to a zip package or to a self-extracting module (portable). - Decompiles the "CompiledCode.bin" file of the Installer to get the assembly code, corresponding to the "Code" script section (for advanced users only). - Open internal files of the installer into the same application. - Perform file searches by keyword. - Input panel, that allows you to enter a valid password to extract encrypted installers. - Properties panel to see advanced information about the installer. - History for recently opened installer. - Other miscellaneous options. - Support older and latest versions of Inno Setup. - Support older and latest versions of InnoUnp. - Full Unicode support. - Application available in multiple languages. - Much more! Requirements: - Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1. - Inno Setup-based installers. Changelog:
  9. InnoExtractor is a powerful application that helps you to unpack Inno Setup installers. With InnoExtractor you can explore the internal structure and content of the installer and you can to extract them to a local folder or a portable devices, without having to run the setup. Download up-to-date installer (clean / ads free installer edition): http://www.mediafire.com/?1a5z25ioxet5z05 http://www.datafilehost.com/d/76ddda0a Homepage: http://www.havysoft.cl/Screenshot: Features: - Simple and friendly GUI. - Open installers into the application with only drag and drop executables from Windows Explorer. - Explore the internal content (files and more) of the installer. - Extract the embedded files and script to a local folder, to a zip package or to a self-extracting module (portable). - Decompiles the "CompiledCode.bin" file of the Installer to get the assembly code, corresponding to the "Code" script section (for advanced users only). - Open internal files of the installer into the same application. - Perform file searches by keyword. - Input panel, that allows you to enter a valid password to extract encrypted installers. - Properties panel to see advanced information about the installer. - History for recently opened installer. - Other miscellaneous options. - Support older and latest versions of Inno Setup. - Support older and latest versions of InnoUnp. - Full Unicode support. - Application available in multiple languages. - Much more! Requirements: - Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1. - Inno Setup-based installers. Changelog:
  10. Wordsearch - Responsive 404 Error Pack [FULL by ME] Wordsearch is a clean, modern and professional error page design. It uses validated HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery to create an animated Wordsearch grid that shows the error type, and the wordsearch is even filled with random letters thanks to PHP. This pack also includes error pages for 401, 403, 404, 500 and 503 errors. These templates are fully responsive and compatible in most modern browsers so will work on almost any device with any sized screen. Because the design is made in pure CSS it looks great on retina screens and scales well for different display sizes – and makes page loading times very fast. Also included is a search form, navigation links and social icons from Font Awesome. The error pages also show instructions for the user, making your site appear friendly and help encourage users to stay on your site rather than leave as soon as they see an error page. HomePage: http://themeforest.net/item/wordsearch-responsive-404-error-pack/6531230 Download Link: bit.ly/Km77yD :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
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