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GeoJSON Path Finder
GeoJSON Path Finder is a standalone JavaScript library for routing/path finding using GeoJSON as input. It can run offline in the browser without any server, or as a part of a Node.js application. It is ideal for simpler use cases where a more complete routing engine like OSRM or GraphHopper is overkill or not possible.
api  geo  json  maps  routes  tools  webdev 
21 days ago by kintopp
Lobe - Deep Learning Made Simple
Teach your app to see emotions. Build, train, and ship custom deep learning models using a simple visual interface. Build, train, and ship custom deep learning models using a simple visual interface. Teach your app to see emotions. via Pocket
api  cloud  dev  interactive  tools  webdev 
23 days ago by kintopp
Transparent Textures
Standing on the shoulders of Subtle Patterns. Built and maintained by @mikehearn. Current pattern: not selected. via Pocket
design  resources  textures  webdev 
4 weeks ago by kintopp
Think decentralised: a future for Web data exchange with Solid
After the LOD: how to organize our network of institutions? Visibility and discovery, quality, and infrastructure. via Pocket
infrastructure  linkeddata  tools  webdev 
6 weeks ago by kintopp
Home | Solid
Supported by Read Tim's open letter on Inrupt and Solid via Pocket
infrastructure  linkeddata  webdev 
6 weeks ago by kintopp
Wax
Wax is a Jekyll theme designed for digital exhibitions based on minimal computing principles, and is focused on impact, durability, ease, and flexibility. Our underlying technology is easy to learn and teach, and can produce beautifully rendered, high-quality collections of image-based data. via Pocket
catalog  css  html  webdev 
10 weeks ago by kintopp
WHiSe III
WHiSe III is a symposium aimed at strengthening communication between scholars in the Digital Humanities and Semantic Web communities and discussing unthought-of opportunities arising from the research problems of the former. via Pocket
dh  humanities  semantic  webdev  workshop 
may 2019 by kintopp
Potree
Potree is a free open-source WebGL based point cloud renderer for large point clouds, developed at the Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms, TU Wien. via Pocket
3d  tools  webdev 
february 2019 by kintopp
Kumu
Kumu is a powerful data visualization platform that helps you organize complex information into interactive relationship maps. Kumu makes it easy to organize complex data into relationship maps that are beautiful to look at and a pleasure to use. via Pocket
graphs  networks  tools  visualization  webdev 
november 2018 by kintopp
Datepicking Beyond the Gregorian Calendar
In this blog post, I would like to tell you about our work at the Digital Humanities Lab (DHLab) at the University of Basel, Switzerland, and how it is connected to the Angular community. Part of my role here at the DHLab is making research more accessible. via Pocket
dates  tools  webdev 
november 2018 by kintopp
CEUR-WS.org/Vol-2094 - Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage (SW4CH 2018)
Copyright © 2018 for the individual papers by the papers' authors. Copying permitted for private and academic purposes. This volume is published and copyrighted by its editors. via Pocket
conference  diglib  semantic  webdev  culture 
november 2018 by kintopp
Mike Bostock
March 9, 2016What Makes Software Good? December 27, 2014Mapping Every Path to the N.F.L. Playoffs via Pocket
demos  visualization  webdev 
july 2018 by kintopp
Housekeeping № 2: citations at Shady Characters – Shady Characters
Giving credit where it’s due has been an important part of writing for Shady Characters since I started back in 2010. Where I use an image that I don’t own myself, for instance, I try my best to find the owner, obtain their permission and then credit them in the caption for their work. via Pocket
bibliography  dev  webdev  wordpress 
june 2018 by kintopp
The Code4Lib Journal – Recommendations for the application of Schema.org to aggregated Cultural Heritage metadata to increase relevance and visibility to search engines: the case of Europeana
Europeana provides access to more than 54 million cultural heritage objects through its portal Europeana Collections. It is crucial for Europeana to be recognized by search engines as a trusted authoritative repository of cultural heritage objects. via Pocket
culture  diglib  metadata  search  standards  webdev 
may 2018 by kintopp
GitHub - klokantech/iiifviewer: IIIF WebGL / Canvas / DOM mobile-ready fast viewer powered by OpenLayers V3
IIIFViewer IIIF WebGL / Canvas mobile-ready fast viewer powered by OpenLayers IIIF viewer from Klokan Technologies is optimized for desktop and mobile devices (iOS, Android), is open-source, free to use and has, compared to other viewers, the following extra features: Rotation on client side: pinch via Pocket
iiif  maps  tools  webdev 
may 2018 by kintopp
Quire | Digital Platforms & Tools (Getty Publications)
We are developing Quire, a new publishing tool—optimized for publication discoverability and longevity—that uses a static-site generator, Hugo, to create and output titles in multiple formats from plain text files. via Pocket
cms  getty  publishing  tools  webdev 
may 2018 by kintopp
Lobe - Deep Learning Made Simple
Teach your app to see emotions. Build, train, and ship custom deep learning models using a simple visual interface. Build, train, and ship custom deep learning models using a simple visual interface. Teach your app to see emotions. via Pocket
api  cloud  deep  dev  interactive  tools  webdev 
may 2018 by kintopp
Introduction · graphology
It aims at supporting various kinds of graphs with the same unified interface. Along with those specifications, one will also find a standard library full of graph theory algorithms and common utilities such as graph generators, layouts etc. via Pocket
graphs  javascript  networks  webdev 
march 2018 by kintopp
Tidyverse
The tidyverse is a collection of R packages that share common philosophies and are designed to work together. This site is a work-in-progress guide to the tidyverse and its packages. via Pocket
software  tools  visualization  webdev 
march 2018 by kintopp
Using a Static Site Generator to Make a Nicer Omeka Front Page – Electric Archaeology
I like Omeka. But I’m not much good at theme development or customization. via Pocket
cms  omeka  webdev 
march 2018 by kintopp
Webrecorder
Watch Webrecorder Introductory Video via Pocket
tools  webdev 
march 2018 by kintopp
leaflet-rastercoords - A leaflet plugin for plain image map projection
Leaflet plugin for plain image map projection to display large images using tiles generated with gdal2tiles-leaflet. See this example stand-alone. via Pocket
geo  javascript  maps  tools  webdev 
february 2018 by kintopp
Easy web-font generator — Fontie
Fontie can convert any TTF & OTF desktop-font into a WOFF, WOFF2, EOT, SVG, TTF & OTF web-font. The generated CSS @font-face automatically chooses the best font for each browser. Fonts usually contain a lot of characters that you don't need on your website. via Pocket
fonts  tools  webdev 
december 2017 by kintopp
Model for Tabular Data and Metadata on the Web
Tabular data is routinely transferred on the web in a variety of formats, including variants on CSV, tab-delimited files, fixed field formats, spreadsheets, HTML tables, and SQL dumps. via Pocket
datasets  metadata  standards  webdev 
october 2017 by kintopp
CSS Grid and Grid Inspector in Firefox — Mozilla
CSS Grid simplifies existing layout patterns and adds new possibilities for graphic design. It’s a layout framework — without the framework. via Pocket
css  demos  design  webdev 
october 2017 by kintopp
TimeLineCurator
Want to make a visual timeline, but don't have the time to draw one manually? Or maybe you have some documents, but you're not sure if the events they depict form a compelling timeline? via Pocket
time  timelines  tools  webdev 
september 2017 by kintopp
github.com
PLATIN is a HTML5-based tool for presentation and analysis of spatial and temporal data, with a focus on historical data. The projects starting goal was to bring the functionality of the DARIAH GeoBrowser to GeoTemCo. via Pocket
analysis  geo  time  tools  visualization  webdev 
august 2017 by kintopp
Special Issue on Web Semantics for Digital Humanities - Call for Papers - Elsevier
Digital humanities is a new and emerging field, which brings together humanities scholars, social scientists and computer and information scientists to work on agendas of both fundamental and applied research. The field combines digital semantic technologies and (big) digital heritage data. via Pocket
cfp  semantic  webdev 
july 2017 by kintopp
A Complete Guide To Switching From HTTP To HTTPS – Smashing Magazine
HTTPS is a must for every website nowadays: Users are looking for the padlock when providing their details; Chrome1 and Firefox2 explicitly mark websites that provide forms on pages without HTTPS as being non-secure; it is an SEO ranking factor3; and it has a serious impact on privacy4 in general. via Pocket
security  webdev 
june 2017 by kintopp
tidyverse website • tidyweb
The tidyverse is a collection of R packages that share common philosophies and are designed to work together. This site is a work-in-progress guide to the tidyverse and its packages. via Pocket
data  software  tools  visualization  webdev 
may 2017 by kintopp
Annotation is now a web standard – Hypothesis
Many have tried over the years to bring us web annotations. The lack of standards has been one of the key things holding these efforts back– a need we highlighted in the first of our 12 original principles back in 2013 and have been working towards ever since. via Pocket
annotation  standards  webdev 
march 2017 by kintopp
Web Annotation Data Model
As the most well understood mechanism for selecting a Segment is to use the fragment part of an IRI defined by the representation's media type, it is useful to allow this as a description mechanism via a Selector. via Pocket
annotation  standards  webdev 
march 2017 by kintopp
W3C Data on the Web Best Practices
This document provides Best Practices related to the publication and usage of data on the Web designed to help support a self-sustaining ecosystem. Data should be discoverable and understandable by humans and machines. via Pocket
data  publishing  standards  webdev 
february 2017 by kintopp
linkurious.js graph visualization library - Linkurious - Understand the connections in your data
Learn how to develop with linkurious.js by reading the API documentation, experimenting with the examples and following the tutorials. via Pocket
graphs  networks  tools  webdev 
september 2016 by kintopp
A Beginner's Guide To Progressive Web Apps – Smashing Magazine
Progressive web apps could be the next big thing for the mobile web. Originally proposed by Google in 2015, they have already attracted a lot of attention because of the relative ease of development and the almost instant wins for the application’s user experience. via Pocket
mobile  webdev 
september 2016 by kintopp
State of Web Type
The State of Web Type is a project by Bram Stein to collate and display up-to-date browser support data for web fonts & typographic features on the web. This is an open source project and the data is all available on GitHub under the BSD license. Contributions and feature requests can be made there. via Pocket
fonts  resources  typography  webdev 
august 2016 by kintopp
Vertical text with CSS 3 Writing Modes - Generated Content by David Storey
Languages with latin-based writing systems such as English are typically written left to right, and from top to bottom. However, there is a whole different world of writing modes out there. CSS3 Writing Modes allows you to use these in your web sites. via Pocket
fonts  japanese  kanjialive  webdev 
july 2016 by kintopp
A Comprehensive Guide to Font Loading Strategies—zachleat.com
This guide is not intended for use with font icons, which have different loading priorities and use cases. Also, SVG is probably a better long term choice. If you’re looking for a specific approach, I’ve prepared some handy links that will take you to the section you need. via Pocket
fonts  webdev 
july 2016 by kintopp
SVG Vector Effects - Call Me Nick
In this snippet, we're going to look at the lesser known vector effect SVG attribute that helps us scale SVGs without scaling their strokes. A few days ago, I ran into a little problem when using SVGs. via Pocket
svg  webdev 
july 2016 by kintopp
The Sad State of Printing on the Web — Medium
It all started with a StackOverflow question. It seemed so simple: “hey browser, here are my page margins, can you respect that please?” to which it responded: The whole reason this question came about is because anything and everything regarding printing seems to be poorly documented. via Pocket
css  webdev 
july 2016 by kintopp
Beautiful web type — the best typefaces from the Google web fonts directory
There are over 600 typefaces in the Google web fonts directory. Many of them are awful. But there are also high-quality typefaces that deserve a closer look. Below are examples of these typefaces in action. Click the examples to get the typeface from the Google web fonts directory. via Pocket
fonts  showcase  typography  webdev 
june 2016 by kintopp
Improving UX For Color-Blind Users – Smashing Magazine
According to Colour Blind Awareness 4.5% of the population are color-blind1. If your audience is mostly male this increases to 8%. Designing for color-blind people can be easily forgotten because most designers aren’t color-blind. via Pocket
accessibility  colour  howto  webdev 
june 2016 by kintopp
One Chart, Twelve Charting Libraries · Lisa Charlotte Rost
Charting Libraries. Gosh, there are so many out there. On Wikipedia and other websites, one can find a comparison of ca. 50 libraries – and these are only JavaScript libraries; not mentioning languages like Processing and libraries for Python and R. via Pocket
review  visualization  webdev 
june 2016 by kintopp
Designing A Dementia-Friendly Website – Smashing Magazine
Some well-established web design basics: minimize the number of choices that someone has to make; create self-explanatory navigation tools; help people get to what they’re looking for as quickly as possible. via Pocket
accessibility  webdev 
may 2016 by kintopp
The Safari Problem With SVG Sprites (Now Fixed) – Smashing Magazine
Update (19.05.2016): The bug was just fixed by Antti Koivisto and has landed in the current update of iOS (9.3.2) and Safari for OS X 9.1.1 (11601.6.17). via Pocket
css  svg  tools  webdev 
may 2016 by kintopp
WCAG 2.0 checklist - a free and simple guide to WCAG 2.0
It’s extremely useful to have a WCAG 2.0 checklist to hand when you’re working through the guidelines. A WCAG 2.0 checklist helps you to check your web accessibility progress, record how far you’ve come and set your targets out for the future. via Pocket
accessibility  webdev 
may 2016 by kintopp
Tools And Resources For Editing, Converting And Optimizing SVGs – Smashing Magazine
The power of SVGs lies in their flexibility to adapt to any size while remaining crisp and sharp. This makes them perfect for responsive web design and, since users can zoom in without sacrificing quality, meaningful from an accessibility-centered point of view. via Pocket
svg  webdev 
april 2016 by kintopp
Tools And Resources For A More Meaningful Web Typography – Smashing Magazine
It’s the small details that make a project shine. Solid typography, well-crafted with attention and care is one of them. A harmonious visual rhythm, typographic subtleties like soft caps, margin outdents or the correct use of hyphens and dashes — there are a lot of things that add up to it. via Pocket
resources  typography  webdev 
march 2016 by kintopp
GitHub - ktym/d3sparql: JavaScript library for executing SPARQL query and transforming resulted JSON for visualization in D3.js
JavaScript library for executing SPARQL query and transforming resulted JSON for visualization in D3.js. Semantic Web technologies are getting widely used in information sciences along with the Linked Open Data (LOD) initiative and RDF data are exposed at SPARQL endpoints around the world. via Pocket
javascript  linked  data  tools  webdev 
february 2016 by kintopp
HOW TO: Pure CSS masonry layouts — Medium
One popular content layout style is “masonry”. Not familiar with it? Think Pinterest, Windows’ Metro etc. To describe it in words, an almost crazy paving effect whereby variable sized blocks of content are pieced together in an aesthetically pleasing style, often staggered. via Pocket
css  howto  kanjialive  webdev 
february 2016 by kintopp
How to make your web app installable — Medium
In the last few years we have seen the Web Platform growing in terms of HTML, CSS and Javascript features and APIs that made possible to lots of libraries and frameworks to flourish. via Pocket
webdev 
january 2016 by kintopp
How To Create And Customize A WordPress Child Theme – Smashing Magazine
The WordPress platform is a magnet for those who want to take matters into their own hands, who want complete control over their websites and want to be independent in running them. WordPress does make it really easily to completely customize a website. via Pocket
css  template  webdev  wordpress 
january 2016 by kintopp
The web accessibility basics – Marco's Accessibility Blog
I’ve been asked again and again over the years what the absolute basics of web accessibility are. And while I always thought that it is not so difficult to find resources about these basics, the recurrence of that question prompted me to finally write my own take on this topic. via Pocket
accessibility  standards  webdev 
december 2015 by kintopp
Download HTTrack Website Copier 3.48-21 - HTTrack Website Copier - Free Software Offline Browser (GNU GPL)
READ THIS BEFORE DOWNLOADING: This free software program is not guaranteed, and is provided "as is". via Pocket
tools  webdev 
december 2015 by kintopp
An Overview of SVG Sprite Creation Techniques ◆ 24 ways
SVG can be used as an icon system to replace icon fonts. The reasons why SVG makes for a superior icon system are numerous, but we won’t be going over them in this article. via Pocket
svg  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
» Seriously, Don’t Use Icon Fonts Cloud Four Blog
Icons are everywhere. These “little miracle workers” (as John Hicks described them) help us reinforce meaning in the interfaces we design and build. via Pocket
fonts  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
jkphl/svg-sprite · GitHub
It comes with a set of Mustache templates for creating stylesheets in good ol' CSS or one of the major pre-processor formats (Sass, Less and Stylus). via Pocket
svg  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
Active Gzip Compression | CSS-Tricks
The Lodge is members-only design/dev videos and Office Hours. via Pocket
compression  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
gzipWTF | the easiest f***ing way to check for gzip, and more
The time (E.S.T.) that the user initiated a request. The "final" URL that the request is made on. For example, one may enter "example.com" for a URL. Internally, our system will go through a series of forwards and/or redirects, and may end up with "http://www.example.com" as the effective URL. via Pocket
compression  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
Mapbox
We handle the mapping so you’re free to focus on designing, building, and developing your application. See how our customers use Mapbox to help their users explore the world. via Pocket
dev  geo  maps  tools  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
PARTHENOS – Build and customize your own search engine on humanities and arts with IMOCO
ISIDORE Motor Constructor  (IMOCO) is a widget that allows you to create in few steps, a custom search engine powered by the multilingual search platform ISIDORE. via Pocket
diglib  libraries  search  tools  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
Why Static Website Generators Are The Next Big Thing – Smashing Magazine
At StaticGen281, our open-source directory of static website generators, we’ve kept track of more than a hundred generators for more than a year now, and we’ve seen both the volume and popularity of these projects take off incredibly on GitHub during that time, going from just 50 to more th via Pocket
css  html  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
Snyk
14% of npm packages* carry known vulnerabilities, and 80% of Snyk users find known vulnerabilities in their apps. To secure yours, install Snyk and run the wizard. Stay vulnerability-free by integrating Snyk into your CI and monitoring your applications for newly disclosed vulnerabilities. via Pocket
javascript  security  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
Segment
A little JavaScript class (without dependencies) to draw and animate SVG path strokes Available on GitHub under MIT licence via Pocket
svg  webdev 
november 2015 by kintopp
Prototyping 3D Touch Interactions - Framer
This is a guest article by George Kedenburg III and cross posted to Medium. Like most of my designer friends, I recently went through my annual September ritual — new iPhone day. via Pocket
touch  webdev  webkit 
october 2015 by kintopp
Five Goofy Things Medium DidThat Break Accessibility — Medium Engineering — Medium
Medium Engineering recently had an accessibility fixit. We found some goofy things! But we’re trying to do better. We wanted to share some of what we found. This pattern made the home page completely unreadable on screenreaders. Every stream item had an overlay. via Pocket
accessibility  webdev 
september 2015 by kintopp
Cytoscape.js
Note that these demos use the performance enhancing motion blur effect by default. You can turn that off at initialisation if you so choose (i.e. initOptions.motionBlur: false). Cytoscape.js is an open-source graph theory (a.k.a. network) library written in JavaScript. You can use Cytoscape. via Pocket
graphs  networks  visualization  webdev 
july 2015 by kintopp
Home · webcomponents/gold-standard Wiki · GitHub
This is a working draft of a checklist to define a "gold standard" for web components that aspire to be as predictable, flexible, reliable, and useful as the standard HTML elements. via Pocket
webdev 
july 2015 by kintopp
CC REL - Creative Commons
Creative Commons Rights Expression Language (CC REL) is a specification describing how license information may be described using RDF and how license information may be attached to works. CC REL is described in CC REL: The Creative Commons Rights Expression Language (pdf), published March 3, 2008. via Pocket
legal  license  rdf  webdev 
july 2015 by kintopp
tota11y – an accessibility visualization toolkit
tota11y helps visualize how your site performs with assistive technologies. Check out the announcement blog post. The process of testing for accessibility (a11y) is often tedious and confusing. via Pocket
accessibility  tools  webdev 
june 2015 by kintopp
The problem with Angular - QuirksBlog
In the last six months or so I talked to several prospective clients that had a problem finding front-end consultants in order to help their dev teams get a grip on their Angular projects. via Pocket
debates  webdev 
may 2015 by kintopp
All About Angular 2.0
Have questions about the strategy for Angular 2.0? This is the place. In the following article I'll explain the major feature areas of Angular 2.0 along with the motivations behind any changes. via Pocket
webdev 
may 2015 by kintopp
jquery/PEP · GitHub
Learn the tech Why Pointer Events? Mouse events and Touch events are fundamentally different beasts in browsers today, and that makes it hard to write cross-platform apps. via Pocket
kanjialive  touch  webdev 
february 2015 by kintopp
Pixelarity: Spectacular responsive site templates
Spectacular responsive site templates for whatever you're building. Beautifully designed. Expertly coded. Unlimited access for just $19. Sign up for just $19 and get three months of unlimited downloads, new releases and support. Keep using anything you download even if you decide not to renew. via Pocket
css  html5  template  webdev 
february 2015 by kintopp
Jekyll • Simple, blog-aware, static sites
Transform your plain text into static websites and blogs. No more databases, comment moderation, or pesky updates to install—just your content. via Pocket
css  html  webdev 
february 2015 by kintopp
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