Here's what I'd like you to know upfront: this is a hard problem. If you've landed here because you're hoping to be pointed at a tool you can run that tells you exactly what CSS you can delete from your project, well... there are tools out there, but I'm warning you to be very careful with them because none of them can ever tell you the complete story. Post written by Chris Coyer.
A biweekly 20-min podcast about the latest in tech tools, tips, and tricks!
How the new release will affect the way we write our code. As you could expect, Vue 3 brings a lot of new exciting features. Thankfully Vue team mostly introduced additions and improvements over current APIs rather than major changes so people that already know Vue 2 should quickly feel comfortable with new syntaxes. Written by Filip Rakowski.
When it comes to building a simple front-end project, how do you get started? What are the tools you need? I suspect everyone will have a different answer. Do you start with a (JS or CSS) framework, or off-the-shelf boilerplate? Perhaps you use a task runner (like Gulp to orchestrate your project’s needs. Or do you start simple, with just HTML and a CSS file? post written by Michelle Barker.
This is how Bethan Vincent developed and launched her first podcast, The Brave, in under 2 months.
The awesome Kirby team has released Trioceros, the 3.3.0 version of Kirby CMS and the very first version of their new Kirby Editor plugin. Kirby Editor is a new visual writing and layout field for Kirby. Compose long-form text with consistent inline styles. Add images, videos, quotes and more. Bring your own block types and always rest assured that the output will be valid, customizable HTML.
Vulcain is a brand new protocol using HTTP/2 Server Push to create fast and idiomatic client-driven REST APIs. An open source gateway server which you can put on top of any existing web API to instantly turn it into a Vulcain-compatible one is also provided! It supports hypermedia APIs but also any "legacy" API by documenting its relations using OpenAPI.
Developers and Open Source authors now have a massive amount of services offering free tiers, but it can be hard to find them all in order to make informed decisions. This is a list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) and other offerings that have free tiers for developers.
Today we released the third major version of Ghost, representing a total of more than 15,000 commits across almost 300 releases. The product is as fast and stable as it has ever been, and now it also has support for memberships, subscription revenue, and API driven modern site architectures. Post written by John O'Nolan.
I find that the need to create responsive table layouts pops up far more often than most developers would expect. The gut reaction might to be implement some sort of custom grid-system or pull in a pre-built library. Don't do this - just use tables and some simple CSS. Post written by Bradley Taunt.
With the wonderful world of JAMstack getting big, all the categories of services and tools that help it along are as important as ever. There are static site generators, headless CMSs, and static file hosts. I think those classifications are handy, and help conversations along. But there is a point where nuance is necessary and these classification buckets get a little leaky. Post written by Chris Coyier.
Learn basic Bash programming syntax and tools, as well as how to use variables and control operators, in the first article in this three-part series. Post written by David Both.
It is a tool to make shades and tints for a given color and generate the proper code for the TailwindCSS config file.The idea is to make the custom color generation a bit easier when creating custom color variants to use in your app's CSS.
Do you have scheduled jobs run via Cron that you want to prevent being run via browsers and other user agents? This post, written by Andy W, presents two methods to do so.
Discover how to implement target="_blank" the right way to not be hacked. Written by Alex Yumashev.
How much of the CSS style that you import from external libraries you really use? Sometimes even less than 20%, so why do you need to have all this unused style? No reason! Purgecss come to help, it is a tool which helps to remove unused CSS and it can be used as part of your development workflow. Post written by Luca Spezzano.
A guide to getting you on the IndieWeb. We should all own the content we're creating, rather than just posting to third-party content silos. Publish on your own domain, and syndicate out to silos. This is the basis of the "Indie Web" movement.
Netlify helps developers quickly roll out static websites. In this in-depth Netlify course for beginners, you will learn how to use the service for everything needed in modern web development, from local setup to global deployment. This video is the perfect place to start for anyone that wants to learn how to use Netlify.
I’ve started using an excellent piece of software called Restic for backing up my various hosts. Restic has multiple backend types that you can send your backups to. One of the backends it supports is a REST API for which there is an implementation named Rest Server written in Go. Post written by Mike Cardwell.
Progressive Web Apps have been part of the conversation for a number of years, but have yet to be meaningfully adopted by most brands, which strikes us as a missed opportunity given the many benefits they possess. In fact, PWA’s can bring native app-like experiences and functionality to the mobile web, and they can be an extremely efficient way to deliver your digital experiences. Written by Jason Rzutkiewicz and Jeremy Lockhorn
In yet another recent project, I’m building a book proposal submission platform with a Vuejs frontend and a Kirby CMS backend. Kirby supports the use of HTTP Basic Autentication to make interacting with it via a custom web client (e.g. Vuejs) nice and easy. In my case, I need to interact with Kirby securely to tell it to create a new page (a new “Book”) without requiring a user to create an account or login. Post written by Morgan Brown .
Who is this for? For website developers that use Hugo and want to make the content of their static websites easy to edit, all for free and without having to pay for a server. For content editors that want to manage content of small static websites using a sleek user-friendly interface.
On a desktop, websites have the space to show the full menu, but on a mobile device that space isn't there, and you want to hide the menu behind a toggle (like a hamburger icon) and show it when people click that toggle. How do you offer both in an accessible way that keeps your HTML simple, without duplicating your menu? That's what the perfect responsive menu does.
A brief video explanation of what Caddy 2 is: a web server that acts as both a content origin and reverse proxy, suitable for both personal projects and production deployments. Discuss and get help with Caddy 2 on this forum: https://caddy.community
If you use Git and you need to upload your files to an FTP server, Git-ftp can save you some time and bandwidth by uploading only those files that changed since the last upload. It keeps track of the uploaded files by storing the commit id in a log file on the server. It uses Git to determine which local files have changed. You can easily deploy another branch or go back in the Git history to upload an older version.
The tiny framework for building web interfaces. Hyperapp is a modern VDOM engine with a declarative syntax that's easy to read and natural to write, Hyperapp is your tool of choice to develop purely functional, feature-rich, browser-based applications.
I’ve been using Tailwind CSS professionally almost every day for nearly two years. I love using it, and it’s made my development workflow so much better. So I wanted to share some of the benefits I’ve gained by using Tailwind over a traditional framework or custom CSS. Post written by Jason Beggs.
I'm not an extrovert. I don't like crowds. I'd rather be the trusted adviser than the guy in the spotlight. In high school, speech class gave me such anxiety that I was physically sick and needed to give the presentation over my lunch hour directly to the teacher. Post written by Matt Eland.
While the number of podcasts is growing, our time stays constant. Unable to find a great way to segment podcast into snackable bits that could be searched, shared, and consumed by anybody. Smash Notes is an experiment, an attempt to establish an entirely new medium of knowledge.
If you haven't heard of Tailwind by now it is a rising star in the utility-first CSS framework space that makes developing with CSS fun and productive. With Tailwind you are no longer fighting against the framework to try and get the box outline blue or the margin between your cards a certain rem size. Post written by Drew Town
This is not a library, this is the codebase that runs Dev-io We are very excited about the possibility that, with your contributions, this platform can eventually be re-purposed for communities and ecosystems outside of our scope. Post written by Ben Halpern, founder of Dev-io
SSLyze is a Python library and a CLI tool that can analyze the SSL configuration of a server by connecting to it. It is designed to be fast and comprehensive, and should help organizations and testers identify mis-configurations affecting their SSL/TLS servers.
Looking for a free alternative to Photoshop? Gimpshop is a fork of Gimp with a user interface close to Photoshop. There's no question that Adobe Photoshop is excellent image editing software. But for those of us that can't afford up to seven hundred dollars or more to buy it, we now have the same image manipulation power at our fingertips as the high-priced, closed-source programs.
Singer describes how data extraction scripts called “taps” and data loading scripts called “targets” should communicate, allowing them to be used in any combination to move data from any source to any destination. Send data between databases, web APIs, files, queues, and just about anything else you can think of.
Flextype is a lightweight alternative to other heavy and outdated CMS. Many people use complex solutions for simple pages, unnecessarily. Flextype focused on simplicity - even novice webmaster adapt his template and writes his own plugin. To achieve this, Flextype implemented a simple but powerful API's.
Documize is an open source modern Confluence alternative for internal and external docs built with Golang. Document all your projects, products and services to make know-how available as you grow and scale. With an open soure core, Documize can be used
in the cloud or deployed on-premise.
The Percona XtraBackup tools provide a method of performing a hot backup of your MySQL data while the system is running. Percona XtraBackup is a free, online, open source, complete database backups solution for all versions of Percona Server for MySQL and MySQL®.
Kyma is an open-source project designed natively on Kubernetes. It allows you to extend and customize cloud-based and on-premise enterprise applications in a quick and modern way, using serverless computing or microservice architecture.
Tooll2 is an free open source solution for creating interactive 3d content and animations. It combines the best aspects of animation, compositing, and coding into a lightweight and intuitive UI. Your designs can be shared as executable or rendered to movies.
"Look around the internet for a minute, and you’ll find a million and one usability issues revolving around forms" ... by Adam Silver
If you are an aspiring a developer or an entrepreneur interested to learn about backend vs frontend, you are in the right place. This blog will help you in learning what front end vs back end is all about. So, keep reading to learn what the technology stacks are and how they come together to build a website, an app, or an IoT solution.
ActivityWatch is an automatic time-tracking software which helps you keep track of what you do. It's an attempt to replace and improve existing services like RescueTime, ManicTime, WakaTime and others. It is different in that it's completely open source, extendable, and you as a user have full and exclusive control of your data.
A toolkit for building rich-text editors on the web. An ideal content editor produces structured, semantically meaningful documents, but does so in a way that is easy for users to understand. ProseMirror tries to bridge the gap between Markdown text editing and classical WYSIWYG editors.
This article will give you a quick introduction to some best practices within API design in general, as well as the definite list of 10 practical commandments you can use to create components that your fellow developers will love to use. Written by Caroline Odden and Selbekk.
Babylon.js 4.0 is here and marks a major step forward in one of the world's leading WebGL-based graphics engines. From the powerful new Inspector, best in class physically-based-rendering, countless optimizations, and much more, Babylon.js 4.0 brings powerful, beautiful, simple, and open 3D to everyone on the web.
The sectioning elements in HTML5 are < nav >, < aside >, < article >, and < section >.is also kind of a sectioning element since all content lying inside of it is part of the default document section. This post explains how each sectioning element could be used appropriately in your html code.
Librefox: Firefox with privacy enhancements. This project aims at enforcing privacy and security of Firefox without forking the project. Librefox uses more than 500 privacy/security/performance settings, patches, Librefox-Addons (optional) and a cleaned bundle of Firefox (updater, crashreporter and Firefox's integrated addons that don't respect privacy are removed).
Folks new to web development may not know that form inputs using the file type are read only. [...] However, just because the field is read only doesn’t mean we can’t do cool stuff with it. Post written by Raymond Camden.
In this article, Marcin Wanago cover another feature that we can implement with the help of Service Workers – Push Notifications. They come in handy if we need a fast channel of communicating with our users. We not only learn how to implement them in terms of code, but we also explore the User Experience side of it.
Fastify is a fast and low overhead web framework, for Node.js Fastify is a web framework highly focused on providing the best developer experience with the least overhead and a powerful plugin architecture. It is inspired by Hapi and Express and as far as we know, it is one of the fastest web frameworks in town.
Whereas traditional frameworks like React and Vue do the bulk of their work in the browser, Svelte shifts that work into a compile step that happens when you build your app. Instead of using techniques like virtual DOM diffing, Svelte writes code that surgically updates the DOM when the state of your app changes.
OpenDebs is a new community repository focusing on accessibility for developers. The goal is to offer a service that lets ANYBODY upload and host their packages. OpenDebs plans to be a reliable, easy to work with, and clean repository for the jailbreak community. OpebDebs do not and will not host ANY packages that are NOT open source or free.
Writing passwords down or saving them is dangerous. With Master Password, a cryptographic algorithm calculates your site's password for you, only when you need it. When you're done, it erases the password from the device, so it can't be stolen. This approach makes you safer from loss, theft, problems with backups, sync, confiscation, snooping, and more.
Healthchecks.io monitors the heartbeat messages sent by your cron jobs, services and APIs. Get immediate alerts you when they don't arrive on schedule. Healthchecks.io is an open source service and offers a free SaaS online solution for monitoring until 20 Cron jobs.
Turtl is a secure and OpenSource collaborative notebook like Evernote. It comes also with a SaaS offer and a free plan. Whether it's bookmarks or passwords, files or shopping lists...Turtl organizes it all and makes it easy to find later. Sync across your devices. Leave nothing behind.
WebComponents.org aims to make it easy to share, discover, and reuse web components. It provides articles, presentations, podcasts, tools and more to help web professionals build first-class DOM objects in the browsers. All the content on this site is totally free, and contributions are welcome.
In this blog post Marina Aisa explains us how she created her new website with portfolio and blog in two languages. What technology she used and why.
Andy Bell shows us in this article how to build a fully responsive grid that uses no media queries to work across all viewports using CSS Grid.
Tailwind CSS is an utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom designs with predefined class. If you are a big fan like me, you will probably appreciate this nice cheat-sheet made by Jay Elaraj.
In this article, Erisu will cover how to build our first PWA project with the Vue.js framework by implementing the PWA minimum requirements, configure Webpack to build a caching services worker for offline support and run the Google Lighthouse audit tool to identify improvement points.
Vue is easily one of the most exciting additions to the front-end world in many years. With its intuitive API, and the fact that it can be applied to any type of application, it's no wonder why folks have gravitated to it as much as they have. If you'd like to jump on board, let me show you, step by step, exactly what you need to know. It's the best way to learn Vue!
Vue-chartjs is a wrapper for Chart.js in Vue. You can easily create reusable chart components. Vue-chartjs lets you use Chart.js without much hassle inside Vue. It's perfect for people who need simple charts up and running as fast as possible. It abstracts the basic logic but exposes the Chart.js object to give you maximal flexibility
Changes in complex software systems seem like they take forever, don’t they? Even to engineers it often feels like changes take longer than they should, and we understand the reasons for the underlying complexity in the system! By Al Tenhundfeld.
Because building and managing a web project is a big, complex process, Corey Vilhauer and Deane Barker imagined this web series of 26 episodes. With The Web Project Guide, they want to help us understand how each stage of the website process fits in with the next.
In this article Dan Vega is going to walk you through the blog post generator that he wrote using Grisdome. There have been a few iterations of this script and he has definitely learned a few tricks from others who have done something similar.
In this article, Dan Vega is going to tell you why he loves Vue and give you 4 different ways you can write your first application.
One of the fundamental tasks to perform in an API is data validation. In this article, I’d like to show you how to add bulletproof validation for your data in a way that also returns it nicely formatted. Post written by Andrej Adamcik
Victoire is a mix between a framework and a CMS. Concretely, it is able to list and store your business entities in your back office and display them on your site in a few clicks - without having to manually copy, one by one, the texts and images of these business entities.
The goal of Open Web Components is to empower everyone with a powerful and battle-tested setup for sharing open source web components. We try to achieve this by giving a set of recommendations and defaults on how to facilitate your web component project.
Stack Overflow’s annual Developer Survey is the largest and most comprehensive survey of people who code around the world. Each year, Stack Overflow fields a survey covering everything from developers’ favorite technologies to their job preferences.
Vue CLI is a full system for rapid Vue.js development. Vue CLI aims to be the standard tooling baseline for the Vue ecosystem. It ensures the various build tools work smoothly together with sensible defaults so you can focus on writing your app instead of spending days wrangling with configurations.
A README is a reflection of how a repository is maintained. A good one doesn't necessarily mean an active, bug-free project with perfect tests. But it suggests that the owner cares about you, the user (or future maintainer). Written by Andrew Healey
This is a guide made by Frontend Masters that everyone can use to learn about the practice of front-end development. It broadly outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2019.
Giving your users a way to customise the interface to their preference is a huge win for user experience. In this post, Ananya Neogi shows us how to implement a simple switch to toggle between dark mode and light mode.
Imagine the productivity boost of being able to locally test your site generator, API integrations, serverless functions, and edge rules, all in a single development server. That’s Netlify Dev: a powerful way to build and test modern web apps on your local machine.
Thomas Guenther describes in this article Medium his experience in redesigning a site under the CMS Kirby 3.
Podlove Web Player is a HTML5 based web player for audio and video media files that is optimized and extended for the specific needs of podcasters. This player is the integrated player for the Podlove Podcast Publisher but can be used independent from it.
Indigo is a modular HTML5 video player written in TypeScript. It is highly extensible and use modern technologies: handles MPEG-Dash / HLS / MPEG-4 built on top of the HTML5 video element, React based UI, advertisement support for both Google DFP aswell as FreeWheel, subtitles (webvtt), picture-in-Picture mode, thumbnails.
Building accessible applications or websites is not the norm today. This is because the idea of accessibility is known to most developers, while in actual sense it is often neglected and not a common practice today in the world of web development. Post written by Egwuenu Gift.
This release starts Django’s use of a loose form of semantic versioning, but there aren’t any major backwards incompatible changes (except that support for Python 2.7 is removed) that might be expected of a 2.0 release. Upgrading should be a similar amount of effort as past feature releases.
In this series of videos, Carrie Anne Philbin and the Crash Course team are going to trace the origins of our modern computers, take a closer look at the ideas that gave us our current hardware and software, discuss how and why our smart devices just keep getting smarter, and even look towards the future!
In this post, Florin Pop explains step by step how to build a double slider sign-in and sign-up form with a nice animation.
In this article, Caleb Williams will discuss why Web Components are a great tool to deliver high-quality user experiences without complicated frameworks or build steps and that don’t run the risk of becoming obsolete. In subsequent articles of this five-part series, we will dive deeper into each of the specifications.
Make your site’s pages instant in 1 minute and improve your conversion rate by 1% Before a user clicks on a link, they hover their mouse over that link. When a user has hovered for 65 ms there is one chance out of two that they will click on that link, so instant.page starts preloading at this moment, leaving on average over 300 ms for the page to preload.
Learn how to use the combination of signed transactions and JWT tokens to authenticate users from a pair of cryptographic keys that identify the blockchain user. Post written by Viktor Sokolov & Sergey Nebolsin
PostGraphile automatically detects tables, columns, indexes, relationships, views, types, functions, comments, and more — providing a GraphQL server that is highly intelligent about your data, and that automatically updates itself without restarting when you modify your database.
HTML5 introduced a series of new input types for use in forms. One of these – input type="date" – was intended to simplify the collection of dates, and to reduce user errors whilst doing so. So in the 10 years since the proposed introduction of this element, is it well supported in browsers? Post written by Graham Armfieldy
In this post, Dave Kiss shows us how to host your own MailChimp clone on your own server for a measly $5 a month using the highly reliable Amazon SES service.
Avataaars generator is a free online avatar generator for anyone to make their beautiful personal avatar easily! If you have no idea what kind of style you want, you can hit the random button at the very top of page until you find something you want.
In this post, Guillaume Besson shows you how to get per-request context in NodeJS with the async_hooks module.
When Visual Studio Code doesn't do what you want it to, you install an extension. When you can't find an extension that does exactly what you need, you create your own! In this article, James Quick will show you how creating your first Visual Studio Code extension.
DaVinci Resolve 15 is the world’s first solution that combines professional offline and online editing, color correction, audio post production and now visual effects all in one software tool. DaVinci Resolve 15 is cross platform and comes with a free version.
FinalCrypt is an Open Source file encryption application. It uses the One-Time pad key generation cipher to encrypt files. In other words, it generates an OTP key which you will use for encrypting or decrypting your files.
I have already mentioned Gladys, the open source software for controlling connected devices in your home. Pierre-Gilles Leymarie, founder of the project, has launched The Gladys Gateway which enables you to control your Gladys instance from whenever you are in the world.
This newsletter contains the best links of the week from "Le Journal du Hacker", the participatory link aggregator of the Open Source Software French community. You will therefore find articles from the main players such as LinuxFR, but also great articles from much less known sites or blogs curated by Carl Chenet.
Free and Open Source UI Kit for Bootstrap 4, React, Vue.js, React Native, WordPress and Sketch.
DigiKam is an open-source photo management application that runs on Linux, Windows, and MacOS platforms and comes with tools for importing, managing, editing, and sharing photos and raw files. The last version 6.0.0 has now video support and new export tools.
FreedomBox is designed to be your own inexpensive server at home. It runs free software and offers an increasing number of services ranging from a calendar or jabber server to a wiki or VPN. Their web interface allows you to easily install and configure your apps.
Do you want to run your own internet services? Email, chat, VoIP, web sites, file synchronisation, wikis, blogs, social networks, media hosting, backups, VPN. Freedombone is a home server system which enables you to self-host all of these things from your place of residence.
It’s important for websites to be aware of how users go about logging into their sites. Let’s walk through some login patterns and why Brad Frost thinks they’re not ideal. And then let’s look at some better ways of tackling login. Post written by Brad Frost.
I am pleased to see that an awareness of this problem is emerging in the media. Indeed open source is everywhere, in our mobile, in our car, in Bank, Hospital ... and nobody seems to care about its web developers sustainability.
James Quick has selected for us eleven JS extensions for your Visual Studio code editor.
The open source ecosystem is awesome and Apexo is a good example. Apexo keep your dental clinic records at your finger tips with a beautifully designed application that meets most needs of any dental clinic. From patient records, history, appointments and scheduling, to finances and detailed reports.
Leon is an open-source personal assistant who can live on your server. He does stuff when you ask for it. You can talk to him and he can talk to you. You can also text him and he can also text you. If you want to, Leon can communicate with you by being offline to protect your privacy.
Posteo is an alternative to Gmail and proposes 2 GB email account, upgradeable, IMAP/POP3, 50 MB attachments, calendar and address book (synchronisable), 100% green electricity from Greenpeace Energy. All saved data can be encrypted at the click of a button.
API-based solutions are becoming a critical building block of modern digital products. What are they? How can they impact your design process? Finally, how to evaluate them without bothering your software team? Post written by Mike Sędzielewski
If you want to discover Node.js, this beginner’s guide to server-side web development with Node.js written by Chen Hui Jing is for you.
Primer CSS is a CSS framework built by Github. It provided several ready mae components like breadcrumb, buttons, navigation pagination ... Their approach to CSS is influenced by Object Oriented CSS principles, functional CSS, and BEM architecture.
Stefan Judis, front-end developer, explains in this post how background clip is configurable for every background gradient separately. This post is part of his "Today I learned" series in which he shares all his learnings regarding web development.
If you intend to launch a newsletter, this guide is a must read. Thanks to Emily Roseman, Caroline Porter, Joseph Lichterman, Jacqueline Boltik, Charley Bodkin, Francisco Rivera, Abigail Hartstone, and Bobby Courtney for their amazing work.
A blog trying to be a pattern library. All about designing inclusive web interfaces, piece by piece. If you are interested by this subject, you could also be interested by the author's e-book "Inclusive Components". This blog is written by Cole Henley.
Akira is a Kickstarter project to build a new open source and Linux compatible UI/UX design tool which will come with version control baked into its file format. If you want this project become a reality, back it on Kickstarter.
Octobox is the tool for developers working on GitHub who find notifications infuriating. If you don’t want to miss another mention, if you don’t want misplace another issue and, if you don’t want to manage your workflow though email: you need to try Octobox.
This open source media manager streams the music to your player / web browser. It is a web-based PHP, MySQL application with an easy web install system. Ampache provides Nginx, Caddy, Lighttpd, Apache config file instruction in its documentation to help you set up your web server.
qTox is a new kind of instant messaging. With the rise of government monitoring programs, qTox provides an easy to use application that allows you to connect with friends and family without anyone else listening in. While other big-name services require you to pay for features, qTox is totally free, and comes without advertising.
Kimai is a free & open source timetracker. It tracks work time and prints out a summary of your activities on demand. Yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project … It’s simplicity is its strength. Due to Kimai’s browser based interface it runs cross-platform, even on your mobile device.
The Web Accessibility Initiative Accessible Rich Internet Applications specification (WAI-ARIA) is a powerful tool to make the Web more accessible for people using screen readers. Unfortunately many developers use WAI-ARIA incorrectly. This post will focus on the aria-label attribute.
Cypht is a simple, lightweight, and modern webmail client that aggregates several accounts into a single view. Cypht (pronounced "sift") is like a news reader, but for E-mail. Cypht does not replace your existing accounts - it combines them into one. And it's also a news rss reader.
This site is a collection of apps, services, and advice on how to protect your data online. From messaging, emailing, and storage, keeping your data encrypted and private is critical in today's age of national surveillance by both the government and private organizations.
Roadmap to becoming a Web Developer in 2019 by Kamran Ahmed. You will find a set of charts demonstrating the paths that you can take and the technologies that you would want to adopt in order to become a frontend, backend or a devops.
Darktable is an open source photography workflow application and raw developer. A virtual lighttable and darkroom for photographers. It manages your digital negatives in a database, lets you view them through a zoomable lighttable and enables you to develop raw images and enhance them.
A powerful data table plugin for VueJS. Get features like sorting / column filtering / paging with minimal setup. Easily customize anything from table cells to column headers. Leverage checkbox table, grouped rows and remote workflow for your table.
Mattermost is an open source Slack alternative. It's written in Golang and React and runs as a single Linux binary with MySQL or PostgreSQL. Use the features you like (file sharing, real-time group chat and webhooks—to name a few) and access the source code.
There’s a worrying tendency for “real” programmers look down their noses at CSS. It’s just a declarative language, they point out, not a fully-featured programming language. Heck, it isn’t even a scripting language. That may be true, but that doesn’t mean that CSS isn’t powerful. It’s just powerful in different ways to traditional languages (Jeremy Keith)
Twill is an open source Laravel package that helps developers rapidly create a custom CMS that is beautiful, powerful, and flexible. By standardizing common functions without compromising developer control, Twill makes it easy to deliver a feature-rich admin console that focuses on modern publishing needs.
This post tell you all on Konga, a fully featured open source, multi-user GUI, that makes the hard task of managing multiple Kong installations a breeze. By Tselentis Panagis
FaunaDB delivers the developer productivity and global scale you want without sacrificing the relational access, strong consistency and security you need. It is a distributed, multi-model, ACID-compliant, and globally scalable OLTP database built to meet the demands of the future of data, today.
GoAccess is an open source real-time web log analyzer and interactive viewer that runs in a terminal in *nix systems or through your browser. It provides fast and valuable HTTP statistics for system administrators that require a visual server report on the fly.
"Laravel From Scratch" has been the go-to video resource for Laravel newcomers since 2013. Considering this, as you can imagine, this truth requires that we repeatedly refresh the series to ensure that it remains as up-to-date as possible. To celebrate the release of Laravel 5.7, we've done it again. Every video has been re-recorded. Every technique has been optimized. Every example has been updated.