free-for.dev is a list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) and other offerings that have free tiers for developers. With this list the developers and open source authors can make informed decisions on the services. The scope of this particular list is limited to things infrastructure developers (System Administrator, DevOps Practitioners, etc.) are likely to […]

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There might be a scenario where you would want to send email’s using gmail programatically. The following example shows how its done programatically using Java. The email content is sent in the html format, which comes in pretty handy. The recipient email doesn’t necessarily have to be a gmail, it can be any valid email […]

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Many a time developers need random user data to quickly churn out a proof of concept. The following are great services which provide random user data: Fill Text: Personally this is my favorite for the fact that it has an awesome and extensive RESTful api that pretty much caters to most of your needs. RandomUser: […]

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Gmail now gives it’s users over 1000 Emoticons to insert in the mails. This feature was previously available under google labs.Here is the link for the unicode emoji’s and their descriptions. I personally think it’s an overkill, but hey gmail users out there might have wanted them afterall. These plethora of emoticons are available in […]

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