Top 10 Google Chrome Extensions

What are Google Chrome Extensions?

Extensions are small software programs that can modify and enhance the functionality of Google Chrome. You write them using web technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.


This is a vital extension of security. With Web of Trust (WOT) will be warned about possible unsafe sites, sites with inappropriate content and so on.


Most of the Internet users find Ads the most annoying thing on any website. So, using this extension you can block the ads and this surely increases the loading speed of the web sites.

Google Mail Checker

This is the most popular extension so far. Its function is very simple: shows you the unread mails and lets you check your inbox from your browser.

Chromed Bird

This is the ideal extension for Google Chrome Twitter. You can follow the tweets of your contacts and interact with them. It’s simple, fast and effective.

(shorten, share, and track your links) extension to shorten and share your links easily. So, no need to visit the site to shorten any link. You can directly shorten any link just by clicking on the extension.

Google Reader Notifier

This is the extension for Google Chrome which will notify you about unread items in your Google Reader. By clicking on it you can preview the items and enter the account.


With this extension you can search on a website links to PDF files and then open them with Google Docs Viewer.

Facebook for Google Chrome

With this extension you can read your wall, feed and even update your status on Facebook. So, its just like having the access to your Facebook account straight at the go.


This extension allows you to access all the significant Flickr functions with so much of ease. You can add keyboard shortcuts, lightbox for large previews, tagging, shorten your links using, quick access to EXIF data and many more.

Xmarks Bookmarks Sync

There is no doubt about the fact that Xmarks is the best bookmarking add-on. Regardless the browser you use, you can easily synchronizes bookmarks across multiple computers.

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Best email archiving solutions

GFI MailArchiver for Exchange:

GFI MailArchiver is an email archiving and email management solution for Exchange Server that is easy to install and requires minimal administrative effort. It helps the company to reduce its dependency on PST files and to meet its legal and regulatory obligations. When GFI MailArchiver is installed, all email is stored in a central location that is easily accessible in two ways – through a folder in their Outlook email client or using a web browser.

Unlimited Mailbox:

Unlimited Mailbox provides a universal policy-based archive system that leverages your existing email storage environment for quick search, retrieval and discovery of email messages. Unlimited Mailbox helps companies tackle government-mandated storage requirements and boost employee productivity by automating the e-mail archiving and retrieval process and managing their rapidly growing volume of electronic information to reduce the cost and hassle of the legal discovery process.

live office:

LiveOffice email archiving services are complete and affordable software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions designed to seamlessly meet and exceed your email archiving needs. Our fully managed, cloud-based services are designed for businesses and public organizations of all sizes and types that need the benefits of compliance, e-discovery and mailbox management technologies, but lack the significant financial and internal IT resources required to deploy on-premise systems.
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ActionScript Basics part6

Loops are used to execute same statement of code for definite number of times.

There are three kinds of loops in ActionScript, the for loop, the while loop, and the do loop. There are also two other kinds that are loops used specifically for traversing a collection such as an Array, and can’t be used in any other way. These are the for…in loop and the for…each loop.

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For Loop
The most frequently used looping statement ain any language is For loop.

for (var i:int = 0; i < 10; i++) {

The for loop contains three expressions

1. Initialization
2. Condition
3. Increment/decrement

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ActionScript Basics part5

Logic is a part of our everyday lives – it’s a very familiar concept, therefore one of the easiest to understand. We are faced with questions all the time, with the “If” question being the most common. If I go to sleep early, I will be able to get up early. If I take this job, I will make more money. If I go to school, I will learn ActionScript. Using ActionScript, you can answer all of these questions using conditional statements.

Conditional statements allow you to setup the question or logic within your script, and if it is a true statement, then actions can be taken which are defined by you. Conditional statements create smarter scripts by performing an action based on something that has been setup in the program – it makes your scripts dynamic!

Similar to other languages, ActionScript offers designers and developers the use of the following conditional statements:

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ActionScript Basics part4

In this tutorial we are going to explore Array which is available in most of the programming languages.

What is an Array?
Array is used to hold collection of data or list of values of same datatype.
Array has many buitin functions to manipulate the values it holds.
An array data can be accessed at anytime using array index.
Creating an Array
To create an array, declare a variable of type Array and declare the new Array object.

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var arrObject:Array = new Array();
There is another way of of creating an array using square brackets that called array literal.

var arrObject:Array = [];

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ActionScript Basics part3

n this article we are going to learn about the followings

What is a variable?
Declare a variable
Define datatype
Assigning value to a variable
Doing calculation and output a variable
What is a variable?

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Remember any mathematical calculation we studied in our school,

Area = side * side (Formulae to find area of square)

Here side going to have some value, which we multiple and assign the final value in Area.
So each of the is a variable going to hold some number.

In programatic way of variable may have not only numbers, it may also have Text, Character, Boolean (True|False).

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ActionScript Basics part2

ActionScript comments are a way to keep your code clean and easy to read. Comments cannot be rendered because the browsers skip them. Most web designers are probably familiar with HTML comments, which are similar to ActionScriptcomments with the exception of the syntax.

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There are two types of comments that you can use in ActionScript: single and multiple line comments. Single line comments are created using two slashes “//” in front of the line of text. Multiple line comment blocks are created by wrapping the text with a slash and an asterisk “/*” and closing the comment block by adding an asterisk and a slash “*/”. In CSS, comments are setup in a similar way with multiple line blocks.

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ActionScript Basics part1

ActionScript 3.0 is a powerful, object-oriented programming language that signifies an important step in the evolution of the capabilities of the Flash Player runtime.

ActionScript is executed by the ActionScript Virtual Machine (AVM) built into the Flash Player.


Basics of ActionScript includes Statements, Variables and Data types

A ActionScript statement is the most basic piece of ActionScript – which will represent a single action or step in the script that you are building. Many statements will represent a script, and they will always run from top to bottom, similar to how you read a book.

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