Hunting the Best Open Source Resources for Web Developers
You can build your UI Toolkit with Fabricator. Fabricator is built on Node.js, a platform for building fast, scalable network applications. There are pre-built installers for each platform. You can also install with Homebrew via brew install node. You can organize your design system the way you want. Components, Structures, Elements, Atoms, Molecules, whatever – […]
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You can create polished résumés and CVs in multiple formats from your command line or shell with HackMyResume. Author in clean Markdown and JSON, export to Word, HTML, PDF, LaTeX, plain text, and other arbitrary formats. Fight the power, save trees. Compatible with FRESH and JRS resumes. HackMyResume is built with Node.js and runs on […]
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At The New York Times, their development teams have been adopting the Go programming language over the last three years to build better back-end services. They use Go for a wide variety of tasks, but the most common use throughout the company is for building JSON APIs. As they started building more and more APIs, […]
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Algolia is a privately held company created by developers, veterans in the fields of algorithms, search engines and text mining. They develop DocSearch, which is a search-as-a-service API to help developers deliver an intuitive search-as-you-type experience in their applications and websites. They enable super fast and relevant search experiences in no time with our worldwide […]
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Apester is changing the digital storytelling experience by empowering its readers to take a more active role in the content they consume. It’s “Storytelling 2.0”. You can engage with your readers on a whole new level! Use VoicRs to make your users a part of the story, elevate your content to new highs of engagement […]
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Vuvuzela is a messaging system that protects the privacy of message contents and message metadata. Users communicating through Vuvuzela do not reveal who they are talking to, even in the presence of powerful nation-state adversaries. Vuvuzela is the first system that provides strong metadata privacy while scaling to millions of users. Previous systems that hide […]
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Cards, Invitations and all other prints with rounded corners also deserve a solid mockup! That’s why Hype Your Prints has created simple yet powerful tool to let you show your rounded goods in style in seconds. They’ve made it as simple to use as possible: place your card in seconds thanks to Smart Object (and […]
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ReqRes is a bare-bones ExpressJS application that is a hosted REST-API ready to respond to your AJAX requests. You can develop with real response codes. GET, POST, PUT & DELETE supported. No more tedious sample data creation, they’ve got it covered. Reqres simulates real application scenarios. If you want to test a user authentication system, […]
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ScrollReveal.js is a library to easily reveal elements as they enter the viewport. It’s very small in size, as its weight is roughly 3Kb if minified and gzipped. It has no dependencies, so you don’t need to add other libraries to use it like jQuery. In addition to the nice effects it supports, what I […]
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The use of pre-built websites has many advantages when compared against traditional methods of website creation. Wireframing, outsourcing, and online website building softwareall have their pros and cons, but a pre-built website approachoffers the best of all worlds. Wireframing is a popular design approach. It can however be time consuming. Outsourcing tends to be the […]
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WordPress has become the preferred CMS of millions of users all around the world thanks to its rock solid features and options. In order to gain popularity among users, every business needs to have online presence. Whether small startups, creative agencies, photographers, artists, musicians, sole entrepreneurs or large corporations – every project deserves a powerful […]
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The December Bundle is the deal for the holidays and all year. You get 30 fonts and 1,500 graphics all for $29 and they even give you a 10 percent discount if you tweet them. You get the fonts, the graphics, a Windows and Mac friendly installation guide, a commercial use license, a lifetime download […]
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On Christmas Eve Google is proudly showcasing a Santa’s dashboard, the technology that powers his sleigh during his around-the-world journey. They have received this special preview from one of Santa’s many developer elves, who are hard at work in the North Pole helping Santa prepare for his big day. Santa’s dashboard – featuring the latest […]
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After many months in development, TinyMCE are also proud to unveil a brand new website and logo for TinyMCE! Most importantly they have developed a whole new documentation section of the website with hundreds of improvements to the content, examples and navigation. TinyMCE 4.3 includes important improvements to the stability and usability of read-only content […]
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Toshi is a complete implementation of the Bitcoin protocol, written in Ruby and backed by PostgreSQL. It provides a RESTful API that is ideal for building scalable web applications or analyzing blockchain data. Toshi is designed to be fully compatible with Bitcoin Core. It performs complete transaction and block validation, and passes 100% of TheBlueMatt’s […]
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Kong is for anyone who wants to sell online and we’ve made it free to use to make this a possibility for everyone. No monthly fees and no additional transaction fees, ever. There are no restrictions on Kong. Have as many products you like, use as much bandwidth and storage as you need and make […]
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Swift is a powerful and intuitive programming language. It’s increasingly popular because writing Swift code is interactive and fun, the syntax is concise yet expressive, and apps run lightning-fast. Swift.org is the open source community where developers may collaborate on the Swift programming language. The IBM Swift Sandbox is an interactive website that lets you […]
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Vertical timeline is so far one of the most popular resources on CodyHouse. Many people have asked them to include a Horizontal Timeline as well. Here it is! Building a horizontal timeline was a bit tricky, because you can’t rely on the vertical (more intuitive) scrolling behaviour. They decided to separate timeline and events, with […]
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Layers CSS is Lightweight. Unobtrusive. Style-agnostic. Build your look on the web, not Twitter’s – and build it fluid. Layers CSS is a CSS framework aimed for practical use cases. It comes with a small footprint and zero bullshit. Normalizations & sensible defaults Fluid grid + progressively enhanced columns Preserves native form styles by default […]
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