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Self-doubt & fear
🥳 48 members 💰 $225 MRR (3 sign up for free trial) Done: ✅ Added a 3-day free trial to help get more members in. To-do ➡️ Create marketing posts for M...
25 days ago
SEO in 2020: The Definitive Guide
The Definitive Guide To SEO In 2020
25 days ago
We Wasted $50K on Google Ads So You Don't Have To – Indie Hackers
Ever wondered if Google Ads are really worth it, but don't have the cash for an experiment? One's been done for you!
27 days ago
Kels316/DIY-Air-Purifier: A small DIY air purifier using off-the-shelf components for under $100
A small DIY air purifier using off-the-shelf components for under $100 - Kels316/DIY-Air-Purifier
27 days ago
The Apple Archive
Dedicated to the unsung studio designers, copywriters, producers, ADs, CDs, and everyone else who creates wonderful things.

Dedicated to those who stayed up late and got up early to get on the family iMac to recreate event slides in Keynote.

Thank you.
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5 weeks ago
Jellyfin: The Free Software Media System
A free, open-source and self-hosted media center system similar to Plex. Looks great for an open-source project. I'll be giving it a spin as a Plex replacement sometime this month.
media  streaming  linux  audio  opensource  share  newsletter 
6 weeks ago
Simple Guzzle pattern for reading a RSS Feed. This assumes you are using Laravel or something similar.
Simple Guzzle pattern for reading a RSS Feed. This assumes you are using Laravel or something similar. - laravel-blog-rss-read.php
6 weeks ago
What's New in Laravel 5.3: Closure-Based Commands
Closure-based commands are a useful alternative to generating full Artisan command classes. You'll find that this approach is quite similar to how you...
6 weeks ago
My Laravel 5 Webmention Controller from my personal website. This file handles both the receiving of webmentions and then their later conversion into comments / mentions on my site.
My Laravel 5 Webmention Controller from my personal website. This file handles both the receiving of webmentions and then their later conversion into comments / mentions on my site. - WebmentionsController.php
6 weeks ago
How Blazor Is Going to Change Web Development - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Blazor is a framework from Microsoft that you can use to develop interactive client-side Web UIs with C#.

In their own words:

Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor apps are composed of reusable web UI components implemented using C#, HTML, and CSS. Both client and server code is written in C#, allowing you to share code and libraries.
blazor  webdevelopment  newsletter 
6 weeks ago
5 things in web development I learned this year - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Cyd @cydstumpel, a web developer from Amsterdam, shared 5 awesome techniques they learned this year.. with DEMOS!
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6 weeks ago
CORS, XSS and CSRF with examples in 10 minutes - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
This article should be your entry point for existing web security standards, most common web attacks and the methods to prevent them. At the end, you will also find out how and why Samy was everyone's hero.(except Rupert Murdoch's, I guess)
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6 weeks ago
victorqribeiro/isocity: A isometric city builder in JavaScript
A isometric city builder in JavaScript. Contribute to victorqribeiro/isocity development by creating an account on GitHub.
6 weeks ago
Terminal bandwidth utilization tool (formerly known as "what")
This Tool looks really great. I'm constantly loading up the Activity Monitor Network Panel for this info, but I could be using my command line instead. Awesome!
linux  cli  networking  opensource  share  newsletter 
6 weeks ago
Ask HN: Solo devs, how do you plan your development?
The Hacker News crew discuss how to manage your workload as a solo-developer.
productivity  development  newsletter  shate 
6 weeks ago
Software disenchantment @ tonsky.me
Modern cars work, let’s say for the sake of argument, at 98% of what’s physically possible with the current engine design. Only in software, it’s fine if a program runs at 1% or even 0.01% of the possible performance. Everybody just seems to be ok with it.
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6 weeks ago
Rhasspy - Offline Home Automation
Rhasspy (pronounced RAH-SPEE) is an open source, fully offline voice assistant toolkit for many languages that works well with Home Assistant, Hass.io, and Node-RED.
speech  assistant  opensource  automation  share  newsletter 
6 weeks ago
badaix/snapcast: Synchronous multi-room audio player
Synchronous multi-room audio player. Contribute to badaix/snapcast development by creating an account on GitHub.
6 weeks ago
Top 10 Largest Cities in world history 1500-2019 - YouTube
An animated chart ranks the world’s 10 most populous cities between 1500 and 2019.
population  history  share  video 
6 weeks ago
Apple AirPods: iPhone Accessory Or The Next Big Thing?
Apple's AirPods have become a global hit since their launch in late 2016. But what can investors learn from their success? Are they just an iPhone accessory? Or the formation of a new app ecosystem?
apple  daringfireball  share  newsletter 
6 weeks ago
Automate the Boring Stuff with Python
This book, free to read online, will first teach you the basics of python, then show you how to automate some of the most common automation tasks.
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7 weeks ago
Doing a SQL join with CSV files with xsv
How to combine data spread over two CSV files, like separate tables in a normalized relational database.
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7 weeks ago
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