Want an easy to set up status page system for your web presence that’s also easy on the eyes?
Sam Potts let us know about a new HTML5 media player released by his team at Selz.
We all agree: *naming things is hard*. So hard, in fact, that it has become somewhat of a cliché amongst developers.
Everything you need to make web-based mobile apps. A UI kit, modules, and a simple CLI.
Reapp is still in alpha, but it has a lot of promise. Get started here.
It is the first repo to be made available under the US Army Research Laboratory organization. Hopefully it will not be the last.
They say a picture is worth a thousand
words links. When you can detect individual faces inside said picture (or video), it’s worth even more.
Meet Rikki: a friendly neighborhood nitpicking robot
Etsy’s engineers recently published a code search tool (dubbed Hound) that they built to scratch their ever-growing-codebase-search itch.
If your team has many and/or large code repositories and could benefit from a unified, fast search tool, Hound is worth a look.
Who doesn’t want a hackable Yahoo! Pipes plus IFTTT on their own server?
“Because no human should ever have to memorize %d %SS %GARBAGE”
Just add one script tag to your page, and users will be able to record and replay their interaction with the site.
I can think of many applications for a tool like GifW00t! What would you do with it?
Gitrob will scan your GitHub organization for publicly available bits of sensitive information and tell you about them.
We turned Trello into a Content Management System (CMS) for the newsletter. It saved Weekly.
If your New Year’s resolution was to make an open source commit every day, Tadeu Zagallo built an app just for you.
In an attempt to raise developer awareness of web security matters (TLS, CSP, XSS, etc.), Craig Francis proposes that browsers should add a “security” tab to their developer tools. First, he made an interactive demo of how the tab might work. Here’s a sneak peek: Then, he opened tickets for: Chrome Firefox Safari Internet Explorer […]
Can you take your Postgres database schema and programmatically turn it in to a REST API? Joe Nelson’s PostgREST proves that the answer is “Yes”! It also:
provides a cleaner, more standards-compliant, faster API than you are likely to write from scratch.
How fast, you may be wondering?
subsecond response times for up to 2000 requests/sec on Heroku free tier.
Voog’s WYSIWYG rich text editor is library agnostic, feature-rich, and supports all modern web browsers. Give it a try if you need to provide rich text editing for your users.
Evil Icons are completely free and licensed under MIT. We use Evil Icons in almost all of our new and upcoming sites — and we would love you to do that as well. Contributions are welcome!
Complete with Rails, Sinatra, and npm integrations.