FormSwift – create and sign legal documents for free


More and more paper work is moving into the digital domain, including legal documents.  I’ve previously linked to Docracy – a service that provides a collection of legal documents, as well as tools to negotiate and sign them.  Today I was made aware of another service – FormSwift. Some might find it to be more comprehensive, up-to-date and user friendly than the alternatives.

Have a look at the FormSwift’s collection of the free legal forms, which cover such categories as business, family, financial, life planning, real estate and other.  Their tools are pretty sweet too, with support for Word and PDF files, and an online editor for PDF – not something you see every day.

Using Graphviz dot for ERDs, network diagrams and more

I’ve mentioned Graphviz many a time on this blog.  It’s simple to use, yet very powerful.  The dot language is something that can be jotted down by hand in the simplest of all text editors, or generated programmatically.

The official website features a gallery, which demonstrates a wide range of graphs.  But I still wanted to blog a few examples from my recent use.

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TODO : Read more documentation

It’s after bits like this one, I think I should spend more time reading documentation:



Create a new transaction.

This routine should _never_ be called by anything other than RT::Ticket. It should not be called from client code. Ever. Not ever. If you do this, we will hunt you down and break your kneecaps. Then the unpleasant stuff will start.

TODO: Document what gets passed to this

RT::Transaction->Create() developer manual for Request Tracker 4.2.

SchemaSpy – Graphical Database Schema Metadata Browser

SchemaSpy – Graphical Database Schema Metadata Browser.  This is a tool written in Java that helps one to generate database schema documentation.  Have a look at some sample pages.  Those familiar with Graphviz will immediately realize that the tools is using dot for graphing tables and their relationships.  Those familiar with SugarCRM documentation will immediately notice that SchemaSpy is used for the API documentation. – a local cache of searchable documentation – a local cache of searchable documentation

I’ve heard about this project for a while now, but tried it only today.  This blog post left me no options.  And I’m glad.  Because DevDocs are absolutely awesome!

Read the Docs – create, host, and browse documentation

Read the Docs – create, host, and browse documentation

Read the Docs hosts documentation, making it fully searchable and easy to find. You can import your docs using any major version control system, including Mercurial, Git, Subversion, and Bazaar. We support webhooks so your docs get built when you commit code. There’s also support for versioning so you can build docs from tags and branches of your code in your repository.



Online documentation system for JavaScript projects that adhere to JSDoc API documentation format.  Includes:

  • Tools for parsing JSDoc blocks in the JavaScript files
  • Clean documentation website based on Twitter Bootstrap
  • Simple blog engine integrated with the site, where developers can commend and extend project documentation.

Requires Node.js and MySQL.