During the Christmas holidays I finally found the time to spend a couple of days to tackle something I’ve been planning to do for quite some time – to fully redo (in terms of code and design) wemakesites.net, my portfolio/personal website. Honestly, I wasn’t sure if I should announce it here, but I am pretty happy with the result, so this is why I am doing it – version 7.0 is now up and running!
I am happy to announce that the new version of AcidJs.ClicksCounter is out with cool new features and improved UI!
AcidJs.ClicksCounter is fully localizable and utilizes some of the greatest features of HTML5 (Blob, FileReader, etc) and its most important functionality runs on the client. It is easy to deploy, does not use SQL, but flat JSON files for databases and it is a matter of simple couple-of-minutes configuration before having it up and running!
HTML5-powered data comparison.
HTML5-powered JSON and CSV data export.
Get counts widget.
Instant backup download in zip format.
Display click counts for a record on the client area.
No SQL, just flat JSON database.
Data from the popular CCounter PHP script can be easily migrated to ClicksCounter.
Fast and responsive.
Optional automatic reload of the records list.
What’s New in Version 4.0
Sorting of the comparison table by different criteria.
Sorting of the records list by different criteria.
New metro-style icons for the small items toolbar.
Lightweight and operating entirely on the client.
Built with the latest technologies, as your future website will be.
Stylish and flexible.
Easy to modify and fun to use.
Your way to say in stylish manner that your website is “under construction”.
Click here to view the demo and you will love it so much, that you will download and give it a try immediately.
HTML5.CV is a resume generator and one pager website, with cool modern looks, various customization options and flexible resume data file. You can add any fields (contact details, employment history, education, interests, etc) and define photo.
The UI is extremely easy to customize, so if you are acquainted with CSS, just give it a try.