Hi again all. :)

This post is for all Android lovers. :D

In this post i would like to introduce you with a cool google lab's product which will let yuo develope cool Android application & without anykind of prograing knwledge. :)
That means you can also develope (or better we say design.:)) androide aplications even if you are not a developer.

The only thing you need to do is just drag & drop components which you want. Also they have provided step by step guide to getting started. :D

You can start designing android applications from here.


Feel free to leave comments if any queries or suggestions.

Again back after long time. Actually busy with exams & other similar stuffs.

Today would like to point out a cool extension to Google chrome browser which will let u split your browser tab in multiple frames & you can simultaneously browse more than one webpage from that tab like this.....

It also provide a customizable option page.

Equipped with a notepad which saves whatever you write for the next time you use the extension…great for studying!

It will come very handy while studying , cross referencing 2 pages etc....

The only thing you need to do is to open your chrome browser & add "split screen" extension to it from here.

The only limitation of this extension is that HTTPS sites won't work because they have frame killer & jump out of frame command so they don't support frames.

For any query or suggestions feel free to leave a comment.

Canonical limited has recently released new version of ubuntu that is 11.04. Ubuntu 11.04 is having Unity environment as default desktop environment.
You can still work in classic GNOME environment (which was there in ubuntu 10.10) in ubuntu 11.04. Here is how.....
You need to follow these steps:
1) Open ubuntu control centre (i.e system setting).

2) In control centre (System setting) click on system tab.

3) Here you will find "login screen". Click on it.

4) You will find Dialog box like this which will be initially locked.

5) Click on "unlock" button which will ask you to enter your account password. Enter it.

6) Now in unlocked Dialog box you will find "ubuntu" as default session.

7) From drop down list choose "ubuntu classic" as default session. That's it.

8) Now close Dialog box , logout & login again to ubuntu. You will find classic GNOME environment for you.

For any doubt or problem feel free to comment.:D

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