ScreenToaster is a free web-based screen recorder designed to capture screen activity in real-time to rapidly create and share tutorials, demos, training, lectures and more.

ScreenToaster allows you to add audio and an embed webcam while you are recording, also when finished you can easily add subtitles, choose your thumbnail, describe and tag your video so other users can easily find your screencasts.

What makes ScreenToaster a great tool is its compatibility with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS X and Linux, also is it optimized to run on Firefox 2 +, Internet Explorer 7 +, Chrome, Opera 9 and Safari, and finally it is totally FREE.

Published under: Demo Tour | License Free

Do ypu consider yourself a GitHub  fan? We all know that GitHub is the perfect place to store repositories of open source code. GitHub seems to understand that most repo sites are usually boring so they’ve spiced their site up with some catchy CSS and great JavaScript features. One tiny piece of the GitHub design David Walsh loves are the basic buttons.

David Walsh
has written a great tutorial: Create GitHub-Style Buttons with CSS and jQuery, MooTools, or Dojo JavaScript, in order to teach us how to create our own GitHub-style buttons with a bit of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.


Published under: Buttons | License Free