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Web Developer Tools & Resources

Le: 31 12 2015 à 09:19 Auteur: Cameron

OS.js is a JavaScript web desktop/cloud platform. It includes a fully-fledged window manager, Application APIs, GUI toolkits, and filesystem abstraction.

Le: 30 12 2015 à 09:10 Auteur: Cameron

Rollup.js is a next generation JavaScript ES6 module bundler. It’s biggest advantage over similar bundlers is that it can call individual ES6 modules, rather than packaging entire libraries.

Le: 29 12 2015 à 09:29 Auteur: Cameron

Gizmo is a microservice toolkit from The New York Times. It includes standardized configuration and logging, useful metrics for endpoints, and graceful shutdowns, among other features.

Le: 28 12 2015 à 09:36 Auteur: Cameron

Iode is a multi-paradigm, imperative, procedural, object-oriented programming language. It was inspired by Swift.

Le: 27 12 2015 à 09:22 Auteur: Cameron

Fisticuffs is a data binding framework for Swift. It was inspired by Knockout and includes declarative bindings, automatic updates, and automatic tendency tracking.

Le: 26 12 2015 à 09:37 Auteur: Cameron

Phred extends PHP to a consistent, fully object-oriented coding standard. It includes Unicode support for OOP strings, components for i18n/L10n, and other features for creating modern web apps.

Le: 25 12 2015 à 09:32 Auteur: Cameron

TQDM is an extensible Python progress meter. It lets you instantly make your loops show a smart progress meter with very low overhead.

Le: 24 12 2015 à 09:42 Auteur: Cameron

A-Frame is a framework for building things for the virtual reality web. You can use markup to create VR experiences that work across desktop, iPhones, and the Oculus Rift.

Le: 22 12 2015 à 09:26 Auteur: Cameron

CodeceptJS offers modern era acceptance testing for NodeJS. It’s scenario driven, backend agnostic, and uses an interactive shell.

Le: 20 12 2015 à 09:03 Auteur: Cameron

Slap is a Terminal-based text editor that is much like Sublime. It includes first-class mouse support, autoindentation, infinite undo/redo, and much more.

Le: 19 12 2015 à 09:40 Auteur: Cameron

Nestor is a programmable slack bot that lets you program without any servers. It uses a very simple JavaScript API so you can get your app up and running in seconds.

Le: 17 12 2015 à 09:38 Auteur: Cameron

Flexbox.help lets you test CSS flexbox rules live. It’s a great sandbox for figuring out how best to use flexbox.

Le: 16 12 2015 à 09:19 Auteur: Cameron

SqlPad lets you run SQL in your browser and chart the results. It supports Postgres, MySQL, SQL Server and Vertica.

Le: 15 12 2015 à 09:21 Auteur: Cameron

ChocolateChip-UI lets you create standards-based mobile apps with a native look and feel. It’s lightweight, fast, customizable, and works with Windows Phone, iOS, and Android.

Le: 14 12 2015 à 09:11 Auteur: Cameron

Volt is a Ruby web framework where Ruby runs on both the server and the client. It was created for building data-rich web applications surprisingly fast.

Le: 13 12 2015 à 09:32 Auteur: Cameron

Gooey makes it easy to turn Python command line programs into full-fledged apps with graphical user interfaces. The best part is it only requires a single line of code.

Le: 12 12 2015 à 09:07 Auteur: Cameron

Senna.js is a single-page application engine that’s fast, lightweight. and has no dependencies. It provides several low-level APIs for building modern web-based apps, including history navigation, transitions, cacheable screens, and more.

Le: 11 12 2015 à 09:58 Auteur: Cameron

Mail-in-a-Box is an easy-to-deploy mail server that lets you take back control of your email. Without any particular technology skills, you can turn a fresh cloud computer into a working mail server.

Le: 10 12 2015 à 09:40 Auteur: Cameron

Typesetting for math, especially advanced math, on the web can be a huge pain. KaTeX is a math typesetting library that makes it way easier and has a simple API with no dependencies.

Le: 09 12 2015 à 09:16 Auteur: Cameron

Lineman.js puts a wrapper around a number of client-side productivity tools, including Express, Grunt, and Testem, to allow developers to focus more on development and less on workflow.

Le: 08 12 2015 à 09:42 Auteur: Cameron

Toshi is an open source Bitcoin node that’s built to power large scale web applications. It has a powerful API and is backed by PostgreSQL.

Le: 07 12 2015 à 09:01 Auteur: Cameron

AutocompleteField adds word completion to your UITextFields. It’s easy to use with plenty of customizable features, including field padding and completion color.

Le: 06 12 2015 à 09:04 Auteur: Cameron

Avalanche is a responsive, Sass-based CSS system with flexible, configurable naming conventions. It uses real-world breakpoint naming and integrated media query mixins.

Le: 05 12 2015 à 09:16 Auteur: Cameron

Unslider (now in version 2.0) is a super simple jQuery carousel/image slider. It has a variety of options available, including animation, a totally manual option, infinite sliders, and more.

Le: 04 12 2015 à 09:47 Auteur: Cameron

Booking.js is an easy-to-use embedabble calendar booking widget. It’s easy to customize, works with Google Calendar, and it can be integrated seamlessly into your branding.

Le: 03 12 2015 à 09:35 Auteur: Cameron

Cerberus is a set of simple, solid patterns for responsive HTML emails. They even work in Gmail and Outlook.

Le: 01 12 2015 à 09:20 Auteur: Cameron

RobotJS provides Node.js desktop automation. Use it to control the mouse, keyboard, and read the screen.