Show HN: Postleaf – Open source blogging platform

Introducing the first open source publishing platform to feature a true WYSIWYG editor. Say goodbye to boring forms and rich-text controls. Say hello to inline editing.

Postleaf is fast, easy to install, and fun to use. Never before has editing content been so immersive or intuitive.

The First of its Kind
This isn’t some run of the mill CMS. This is real, visual editing. This is a stunning interface wrapped around a blazing fast rendering engine. This is the future of content management.
Here’s what people are saying about Postleaf:

This software breaks the mold in terms of ease of use and minimalism. It’s so simple, yet so complete. A perfect balance of feature and functionality. — A.B.

It’s only a matter of time until people realize how amazing inline editing is and start to demand it from every platform. — L.L.

Postleaf is a divergence from the typical form-based content management systems we’ve grown accustomed to.


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Google Launches Docs and Sheets Add-ons For Android

An anonymous reader writes: Google today announced the launch of new add-ons for the Android versions of Google Docs and Google Sheets. Those services have offered integrations with third-party tools on the web, and now a similar capability is coming to Google’s mobile operating system. There’s now a dedicated section for add-ons for Docs and Sheets in the Google Play Store, Google Apps product manager Saurabh Gupta wrote in a blog post. Nine add-ons are available for Android as of today: AppSheet, DocuSign, EasyBib, Google Classroom, PandaDoc, ProsperWorks CRM, Scanbot, Teacher Aide, and Zoho CRM. The DocuSign add-on, for example, lets you sign or send a file in Google Docs or Sheets through DocuSign. Generally these services are meant for a work context, but it’s possible that developers will build more consumer-oriented add-ons, too.

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Google makes working on mobile easier with new Android Add-ons for Docs & Sheets

 Google announced today Android add-ons for Docs and Sheets, an easier way to use third-party services when working with Google’s office programs on your mobile device. These Android add-ons available within downloadable applications available on the Google Play store, as well as within both Google Docs and Sheets. The add-ons let you do things like pull in CRM data into your… Read More


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My Interviews with Amazon

Last Fall in 2015, I interviewed with Amazon Web Services for a senior web developer position and was eventually offered a job with one of the AWS teams. Interviewing with a massive tech firm like Amazon was a significantly different experience than with any other company I’ve interviewed with, and I want to talk about how it all went down. How the interviews were structured, what all was discussed, what questions were asked – all the way down to getting flown out to onsite interviews and eventually getting the offer. As I was going through the interview process, I read posts on several forums by people who went through the same thing – and they were helpful, but they never got very deep. Not much of it applied to me, and it would have really helped me to feel more comfortable throughout the process if I could have found a true documented experience by someone who


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Yahoo Messenger is not dead — new Windows and Mac apps are available now

You may be surprised to read this, but, yes, Yahoo Messenger is still up and running. In fact, the longstanding service seems to be here to stay as it just received new desktop apps that should make Windows and Mac users happy. Yahoo has launched the new clients to replace the “legacy” programs, which will no longer work after August 5. What you now get is a fresh design and a number of really nice features that add up to a user experience closer to Android, iOS, and the web. Yahoo has introduced the ability to unsend messages. Users can… [Continue Reading]


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