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oliver-moran/jimp: An image processing library written entirely in JavaScript for Node, with zero external or native dependencies.
An image processing library written entirely in JavaScript for Node, with zero external or native dependencies. - oliver-moran/jimp
work  library  javascript 
11 days ago by bfulop
Eva Design System: Deep learning color generator
Generate color pallets using deep learning powered algorithm
work  design 
12 days ago by bfulop
lifepillar/vim-colortemplate: The Toolkit for Vim Color Scheme Designers!
The Toolkit for Vim Color Scheme Designers! Contribute to lifepillar/vim-colortemplate development by creating an account on GitHub.
vim  work 
14 days ago by bfulop
kamykn/spelunker.vim: Improved vim spelling plugin (with camel case support)!
Improved vim spelling plugin (with camel case support)! - kamykn/spelunker.vim
work  vim 
17 days ago by bfulop
Sizzy
Made for designers and developers. Make your life easier and instantly preview your website across multiple devices.
work  tooling  css  wishlist 
17 days ago by bfulop
Using Hamburger Menus? Try Sausage Links · Bradley Taunt
Hamburger menus have become the norm for mobile navigation systems but are they always the best way?
work  design  css  html 
18 days ago by bfulop
8 DOM features you didn’t know existed - LogRocket Blog
With so much focus on tooling lately, it’s nice to take a break from all of the React and npm-install-everything posts and take a closer look at some pure DOM and Web API features that work in modern browsers with no dependencies. This post will consider eight lesser-known DOM features that have strong browser support. […]
work  html 
18 days ago by bfulop
mathiasbynens/jsesc: Given some data, jsesc returns the shortest possible stringified & ASCII-safe representation of that data.
Given some data, jsesc returns the shortest possible stringified & ASCII-safe representation of that data. - mathiasbynens/jsesc
library  work 
18 days ago by bfulop
reedes/vim-pencil: Rethinking Vim as a tool for writing
Rethinking Vim as a tool for writing. Contribute to reedes/vim-pencil development by creating an account on GitHub.
vim  work 
19 days ago by bfulop
Everything You Need to Know About Date in JavaScript | CSS-Tricks
Date is weird in JavaScript. It gets on our nerves so much that we reach for libraries (like Date-fns and Moment) the moment (ha!) we need to work with
work  javascript 
19 days ago by bfulop
What I Learned Co-Founding Dribbble – Dribbble – Medium
Last month, I gave a 30-minute talk at the Awwwards conference in San Francisco. I used to give talks fairly often, mostly covering CSS and web design in general, but this one was a bit different. I…
management  work  life 
19 days ago by bfulop
github/hub: A command-line tool that makes git easier to use with GitHub.
A command-line tool that makes git easier to use with GitHub. - github/hub
tooling  work 
20 days ago by bfulop
ganlanyuan/tiny-slider: Vanilla javascript slider for all purposes.
Vanilla javascript slider for all purposes. Contribute to ganlanyuan/tiny-slider development by creating an account on GitHub.

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library  work  javascript 
20 days ago by bfulop
hgiesel/vim-motion-sickness: Vim motions to the max
Vim motions to the max. Contribute to hgiesel/vim-motion-sickness development by creating an account on GitHub.
work  vim 
20 days ago by bfulop
Web components: the secret ingredient helping power the web  |  web.dev
This post sums up a talk on the state of web components in 2019, given by Kevin Schaaf of the Polymer Project and Caridy Patiño of Salesforce.
work 
25 days ago by bfulop
Pourquoi Agile et Scrum sont catastrophiques – Sabrina Hadjadj – Medium
Avant-propos
Le texte qui suit est une version française d’un article publié le 6 juin 2015 par Michael O’Church. Je l’ai écrite pour porter ces idées en France, où Agile et plus particulièrement…
work  management 
27 days ago by bfulop
Why “Agile” and especially Scrum are terrible – Michael O. Church
Agility is a good thing, no doubt, and the Agile Manifesto isn't unreasonable. Compared to a straw-man practice called "Waterfall", Agile is notably superior. Yet, so much of Agile as-practiced is deeply harmful, and I don't really think that the Agile/Waterfall dichotomy is…
management  work 
27 days ago by bfulop
Eleventy
Static site generator, suggested at devchat podcast
javascript  work 
28 days ago by bfulop
Complete Intro to React v5
The best way to learn React and all the new tools with it. Now with hooks! FrontendMasters course link
work  javascript 
29 days ago by bfulop
So you need a CSS utility library? | CSS-Tricks
Let's define a CSS utility library as a stylesheet with many classes available to do small little one-off things. Like classes to adjust margin or
work  css 
4 weeks ago by bfulop
rektide/cjs-to-es6: CLI to convert CommonJS to ES6 modules
CLI to convert CommonJS to ES6 modules. Contribute to rektide/cjs-to-es6 development by creating an account on GitHub.
tooling  work  javascript 
4 weeks ago by bfulop
In Defense of Utility-First CSS | frontstuff
“Favor composition over inheritance”. This piece of wisdom from Design Patterns, one of the most influential software engineering books, is the foundation of...
work  css 
4 weeks ago by bfulop
[Go Make Things] Full-width images with only css
make images break out from their containers and be full page width
work  css 
4 weeks ago by bfulop
In-Depth Guide to the Best Free Fonts • Beautiful Web Type
Discover the best free fonts from Google and across the web. See beautiful examples, recommended pairings, OpenType features, and more.
typography  work  design 
4 weeks ago by bfulop
Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator by Cloudinary
Efficiently analyze each hi-res image and find the best dimensions for embedding as responsive images in your site
work  tooling  css  performance 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
History of Node.js on a Timeline | @RisingStack
A look back at what exactly happened to Node.js so far, from the point where it was born. The history of Node.js on a timeline: 2009-2019
work  node 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
🛑 You don't need passport.js - Guide to node.js authentication ✌️
The complete guide to master authentication in node.js without external libraries. Part I
work  node  weekly 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
BKWLD/body-scroll-toggle: Enables / disables scroll on the body
Enables / disables scroll on the body. Contribute to BKWLD/body-scroll-toggle development by creating an account on GitHub.
work  javascript  css  library 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
Prevent Page Scrolling When a Modal is Open | CSS-Tricks
Please stop me if you've heard this one before. You open a modal, scroll through it, close it, and wind up somewhere else on the page than you were when
css  work 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
CSS Grid Level 2 - subgrid is coming to Firefox - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
The subgrid feature which is part of Level 2 of the CSS Grid Specification is not yet shipping in any browser, but is now available for testing in Firefox Nightly. ...
work  css 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
Visual Testing | Cypress Documentation
What you’ll learn How visual testing complements functional testing How to implement visual diffing yourself or using 3rd party service How to ensure the application is in consistent state before cap
testing  work 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
10 best flat-file content managers and Wordpress alternatives | Serverwise
Wordpress is great, but its database can make security harder and slow down page loads. These flat-file content managers offer an alternative.
work  devops 
5 weeks ago by bfulop
At least one Vim trick you might not know • Hillel Wayne
I’ve been using Vim for eight years and am still discovering new things. This is usually seen as a Good Thing About Vim. In my head, though, it’s a failing of discoverability: I keep discovering new things because Vim makes it so hard to know what’s available.
While people often talk about the beauty of modal editing or text objects, I don’t think that gets at the essence of Vim.
vim  work 
6 weeks ago by bfulop
Opinion | How to Get Every Email Returned - The New York Times
Facts don't persuade nearly as well as emotion:

[[No: Subway broke down! See you soon!

Yes: 15 minutes late. So sorry. First drink on me.

Why: Accuracy matters. If you repeatedly lie, even about small things, people will stop trusting you. If you blame the subway or traffic, it means you didn’t leave early enough. Offer an accurate time frame and present a peace offering.]]

Don't ramble.

Make asks personal.

Make messages specific.

Avoid jargon.
management  work 
6 weeks ago by bfulop
I can see your local web servers
I can see your local web servers https://t.co/lYxpgk7LDg

— Richard Laksana (@RichardLaksana) May 27, 2019
devops  work 
6 weeks ago by bfulop
Zdog · Round, flat, designer-friendly pseudo-3D engine for canvas and SVG
Round, flat, designer-friendly pseudo-3D engine for canvas and SVG
work  design 
6 weeks ago by bfulop
HTML Emails 101 For Web Developers – Andrew Laurentiu – Medium
Email development and design is not easy, as email client suppliers have not been nearly as progressive as web browser suppliers are in implementing new standards. This article gives some insight into building and sending email.
html  work  email 
6 weeks ago by bfulop
Email Address Encoder
encode email address to hide from spammers on your site
work 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
snabbdom/snabbdom: A virtual DOM library with focus on simplicity, modularity, powerful features and performance.
A virtual DOM library with focus on simplicity, modularity, powerful features and performance. - snabbdom/snabbdom
virtual dom with functions no JSX
work  library  javascript 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
Undesign | Collection of free design tools and resources for makers, developers and designers
Collection of free design tools and resources for makers, developers and designers
tooling  work 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
Tornis | Watch and respond scroll mouse viewport
Taking its name from the forest watchtowers of Latvia, Tornis is a minimal JavaScript library that watches the state of your browser's viewport, allowing you to respond whenever something changes. Think of Tornis as a store for your viewport.
work  library  javascript 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
jlevy/the-art-of-command-line: Master the command line, in one page
Master the command line, in one page. Contribute to jlevy/the-art-of-command-line development by creating an account on GitHub.
Mac  work 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
Thinkster
Learn frameworks and tools materials
work  javascript 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
Vanilla JS Guides
Short, focused vanilla JS ebooks and video courses made for beginners. Start building real JavaScript projects in under an hour.
work  wishlist  javascript 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
Go Make Things
A simpler, more resilient way to make things for the web.
Vanilla JS learning resource
work  javascript 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
TankerHQ/sdk-js: Tanker client-side encryption SDK for JavaScript
Tanker client-side encryption SDK for JavaScript. Contribute to TankerHQ/sdk-js development by creating an account on GitHub.
work  library  javascript 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
luwes/sinuous: 🐍 Sinuous - Reactive render engine
🐍 Sinuous - Reactive render engine. Contribute to luwes/sinuous development by creating an account on GitHub.
work  javascript  performance  library 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
FontBase — The Best Fontcase Alternative
So we created the best alternative. FontBase is a free, beautifully crafted font utility for designers, that gives you all the possibilities of Fontcase.
wishlist  work  typography 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
kana/vim-textobj-user: Vim plugin: Create your own text objects
Vim plugin: Create your own text objects. Contribute to kana/vim-textobj-user development by creating an account on GitHub.
work  vim 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
mhinz/vim-grepper: Helps you win at grep.
:space_invader: Helps you win at grep. Contribute to mhinz/vim-grepper development by creating an account on GitHub.
vim  work 
7 weeks ago by bfulop
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