Spreadsheets as a Backend, two new Amazon services, mobile app store optimization, and file storage.
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  • Amazon Zocalo (File Storage): Fully managed, secure enterprise storage and sharing service, just released by Amazon (announcement here)
  • Amazon Cognito (User Management and Authentication): Securely manage and synchronize app data for your users across their mobile devices, just released by Amazon
  • appFigures (Mobile App Store Optimization): App Store Analytics for iOS and Android developers
  • Bitcasa (File Storage): Your External Hard Drive in the Cloud
  • FeedBac (Visual Collaboration): Real-time annotations and task management on videos
  • FormCrafts (Web Forms): Make gorgeous forms without coding
  • GitHost CI (Continuous Integration): Painless GitLab CE & CI Hosting
  • Kloudless (File Storage): Integrate a single cloud storage API in the place of many
  • Spree (Ecommerce) : A complete open source e-commerce solution for Ruby on Rails, over 5K+ GitHub stars, 400+ contributors
  • TrackJS (Font-end Performance Monitoring): Javascript Error and Event Logging
New Category: Spreadsheets as a Backend - The things you can do these days with a simple spreadsheet!
  • SheetlabsTurn your spreadsheets into APIs effortlessly
  • Sheetsee.js (Open Source)Visualize data from a google spreadsheet, 1200+ Stars on GitHub
  • Brace Data: Use Google Spreadsheets as your CMS
  • Flatsheet: (Open Source) Manage your content with custom fields with a friendly editor & a simple JSON API
  • Tabletop.js (Open Source): Tabletop.js takes a Google Spreadsheet and makes it easily accessible through JavaScript, 1K+ Stars on GitHub
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  • PixelapseIntroducing Dropbox Sync- Pixelapse now supports Dropbox sync. Once connected, each Dropbox folder you select will be synced up as a new Pixelapse project.- July 9

  • AtomHello Windows - Atom is now available on Windows. This is an alpha release that supports Windows 7 and Windows 8.- July 9

  • GitHubPay for GitHub with PayPal- GitHub now accepts PayPal, in addition to credit cards, to pay for personal plans and organization accounts. GitHub also announced an update to the GitHub for Mac App, that includes simplified navigation and a renewed focus on your cloned repositories.- July 9

  • New RelicNew Relic Insights Adds New Features As It Hits GA- New Relic's real-time analysis product, Insights, is now Generally Available. They've also announced new features: iOS app for New Relic Insights, the ability to see mobile app adoption in real-time, and publicly accessible widgets for data from Insights.- July 10

  • CloudFlareIntroducing CFSSL - CloudFlare's PKI toolkit- CloudFlare has announced the release of their open source toolkit for everything TLS/SSL. CFSSL is used internally by CloudFlare for bundling TLS/SSL certificates chains, and for their internal Certificate Authority infrastructure. CF-SSL is both a command line tool and an HTTP API server for signing, verifying, and bundling SSL certificates. CFSSL is now available on GitHub.- July 10

  • WordPressWordPress 4.0 Beta 1- WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 is now available. Major features include: Previews of embedding via URLs in the visual editor, the Media Library now has a “grid” view in addition to the existing list view, and a refresh of the plugin install experience.- July 10

  • Amazon CloudWatchStore and Monitor OS & Application Log Files with Amazon CloudWatch- You can now route your operating system, application, and custom log files to CloudWatch, where they will be stored in durable fashion for as long as you'd like. You can also configure CloudWatch to monitor the incoming log entries for any desired symbols or messages and to surface the results as CloudWatch metrics. Amazon also announced an update to their SNS service- July 14

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