Facebook has released their new “Send” button that lets you share content all over the web with selected groups or individuals.
I wrote a little plugin that will insert this button under every post in your blog including the correct permalink.
This is version 0.1 and very basic. Head over to the project site to download.
First public release of my Roundcube plugin to easily tie in piwik web analytics.
With this plugin you can integrate your piwik website statistics into Roundcube, to let you see data about the people using your self hosted webmail.
The plugin is free software and can be downloaded at the?Roundcube Webmail piwik analytics plugin page.
Foursquare Latest Checkins Widget
I just released the first public version of my newest WordPress Plugin.
The Widget displays your latest Foursquare checkins in your sidebar. There are quite a few plugins out there that offer similar or even more features, but my motivation was, that I wanted the venue icons to show up as well. After a bit of research I found out, that the only way would be to use Foursquare’s API and not the private RSS feed most of the other developer used for easy integration.
Since I didn’t want to learn yet another API I just used Yahoo’s awesome YQL to get out the data I wanted. There is no caching impemented in the plugin at the moment, so it would be wise (anyway) to have some kind of page caching mechanism installed on your WordPress blog, otherwise it might slow down page loads, because of the sometimes relatively high latency of YQL calls.
Head over to the Foursquare Latest Checkins Plugin page to download.
Feel free to comment with feature requests, questions and criticism. I’ll try to answer it all!
Testing a new code highlighting plugin for WordPress, that I found via Tech-Nick-Blog. It is called Dean’s Code Highlighter and uses the powerful GeSHi library.
//@author Florian Beer
$_SESSION['lang'] = (substr($_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE'], 0, 2) == 'de')?'de':'en';
PicLens let’s you instantly create a fullscreen slideshow of any images you are viewing on a webpage. It supports many popular pages like Flickr etc.
…just try it out – I love it 🙂