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NW.js (formerly node-webkit) You can write desktop apps using websites (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) while retaining access to all Node.JS features and APIs. Quoting its readme on GitHub: NW.js is an app runtime based on Chromium and node.js . You can write native apps in HTML and JavaScript with NW.js. It also lets you call Node.js modules directly from ...


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You can use Pencil: free (+ open-source) Windows/Linux/Mac + can be used as a Firefox add-on too Can be used to create a scratch for application or website:


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There is the YUI Dial control: http://yuilibrary.com/yui/docs/dial/ And the slider control: http://yuilibrary.com/yui/docs/slider/ you could probably start with that. They both have several different skins available from YUI (eg: http://yuilibrary.com/yui/docs/slider/#skins). The button control: http://yuilibrary.com/yui/docs/button/ can be used as a ...


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You can use Pencil: free (+ open-source) Windows/Linux/Mac + can be used as a Firefox add-on too Can be used to create a scratch for application or website:


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My recommendation won't fit all your must-have requirements, but as far as I know its the best thats out there that comes close so I want to show it anyway. I've used Balsamic Mockups in the past to mock up web applications, so I think it will be good to mock up websites as well. But keep that in mind, I'm not a web designer but a web app developer. ...


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The new WYSIWYG editors Good for mockuping and initial design. Bad for working on an existing app. Macaw, Sketch, Pinegrow or even Photoshop + Brackets ✔ Provide higher abstractions in regards to the design and layout of a web application ✔ Provide a GUI that efficiently lets the designer express his/hers intentions of styling ✔ Translate this ...


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After an extensive search, no suitably simple Miller Columns software could be found. Here is my implementation that provides the desired functionality: Source The editing operations are equally trivial: $(document).ready( function() { $.getScript( "js/columns.js", function() { var $current; $("div.columns").millerColumns({ current: ...


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2016 Update There are few options for writing GUI apps in Node: AppJS - the oldest one, not actively developed, recommends NW.js or Electron NW.js - previously known as node-webkit, sponsored by Intel and Gnor Tech, used in Intel XDK, WhatsApp for Desktop and many others apps Brackets Shell by Adobe, a CEF-based application shell for the Brackets editor, ...


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What about Microsoft Project Siena? It is supposed to be rapid development tool for simple Modern UI apps. After you start, the first thing you are supposed to do is to draw some UI. This looked to me useful for prototyping. UI drawing process is assisted by guides so you can align controls quickly. Going further, you can even arrange multiple screens ...


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You can use moqups: HTML 5 app Vectorial Unlimited team members for all the premium plans


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You could try to use Qt which allows for it's UI to be converted to Python compatible. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18429452/convert-pyqt-ui-to-python With payment, you get customer support and some perks, but almost all Qt work you see "in the wild" is the GPLed (or LGPLed) version.


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I would suggest taking a look at wxPython which is a set of python bindings for the wxWidgets GUI toolkit. This provides a native look and feel on all of Windows, OS-X & Linux and can be used to produce very professional looking a GUI from python. To get an introduction to wxPython for Python 2.7 download and install it plus the documents & demo ...


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Electron allows for refined and attractive desktop apps for Windows, Mac and Linux using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Professional Interface: Yes. For example Visual Studio Code is built using Electron Cross Platform: Yes Good community support: Yes


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Blend4Web is a plugin for Blender 3D modelling tool that allows exporting models to web formats for viewing in a web browser or integrating into a websites. It can export in fully self contained HTML file or json format for embedding with a standalone player. It is frequently used for product visualization and customization, and can be configured to allow ...


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Though I myself prefer Marqueed, Concept inbox matches your requirement better. Let's get through your task list. After registering, Go to the app homepage and create a new project. Drop relevant pictures When you start feeling lonely, invite others to review your work. You can have multiple reviewers, and the creator will keep owning the project. You can ...


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You can use the MIT App Inventor: free create Android app graphically through a web interface:


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You can install ImageMagick (batch image processing program). For OS X, the best you can do is: install MacPorts open new Terminal.app window (or relog) run: port install ImageMagick it installs a few open source packages (it may take a while) And finally run the attached script to get the next image: At the end of of this post is the script, save it for ...


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Answering my own question, the one I'm using is Axure. I was able to quickly start off with a mock application. It's free for a month, but it's expensive to buy after that. This is a sample-


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You can use moqups: HTML 5 app Vectorial Unlimited team members for all the premium plans


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Maybe you could have a try of the Mockplus. Actually, it may not meet all you requirements, while, I still suggest to try it out. Here is its characteristics to your requirements: Windows or Linux YES, but just for Windows & Mac. Desktop Application/Browser Based YES, it has desktop version. Full-color mockups as opposed to wireframes NO, it helps you ...


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Try Pinegrow Web Editor http://pinegrow.com/ Supports Foundation and Bootstrap, and you can get a WordPress addon as well.


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There is a version of DAVdroid which allows syncing tasks with a CalDAV server. DAVDroid is Free Software and allows for two-way syncing. It creates an Android calendar that you can view with any calendar displaying software you like. The task-syncing version is a bit buried in this bug report so I'm not linking to it directly. Note that once the bug ...


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I believe windows has a built-in software called magnifier or if you want you can install magnifier extension for chrome which is more convenient i think. And also you can zoom in and zoom out to your web browsers view via using ctrl + key and ctrl - in windows.


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Try Portswigger's Burp Suite. https://portswigger.net/burp/download.html


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I am using fiddler to achieve that for my work. Fiddler can capture the requests from the entire PC or any specific process or any specific application by dragging icon to the window You can see the request and responses from the side tab for each request. You can resend the requests if you want through it's neat UI. You can log the requests for a specific ...


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If don't need as many functions that burp and fiddler offer you can go for Membrane Soap Monitor. Because it is a Java based application it runs on Linux, Mac OS and Windows. Just download and unzip, the provided .exe will automatically find your Java Runtime. Then create a simple proxy and leave all values unchanged except those where you have to give the ...


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Maybe something like httpry will be better suited to your purpose. More info can be found at: http://dumpsterventures.com/jason/httpry. The code is hosted by GitHub: https://github.com/jbittel/httpry. httpry version 0.1.8 -- HTTP logging and information retrieval tool Copyright (c) 2005-2014 Jason Bittel Usage: httpry [ -dFhpqs ] [-b file ] [ -f ...


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One that I know of is called, "jQuery Seat Charts". It's open source available on GitHub and provides an easy way to create/design seat charts available in webpages. It creates a map along with a legend proving an easy interface for any user to choose the seats that they want. jQuery Seat Charts (open source) jQuery Seat Charts (JSC) is a full-blown seat ...


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Essential Diagram for JavaScript supports creating any kind of diagram including seating charts. Example The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue). I work for Syncfusion.


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I think you can give a try at the FVWM window manager, it's fully customizable by a single configuration file, and it's default theme is something that looks like the old Windows 95 UI. That can be a good start for what you want to use without too much work in the design.


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