Buefy is a lightweight and reponsive UI components for Vue.js based on the Bulma CSS framework.
An evolving how-to guide for securing a Linux server that, hopefully, also teaches you a little about security and why it matters
Invoice Neko is a self-hosted open sourced invoicing system built on a modern backend with a focus on delivering a good user experience throughout the application
Goodlord exists to make renting simple and transparent for everyone. Our small, self-organising squads build the platforms and tools to help us achieve this mission. We're disrupting an industry, so there's plenty of thorny, real-world problems to solve on behalf of the agents, landlords and tenants that use our system.
Have a passion for development within the games industry? Working within a fast moving industry, you will be directly involved in delivering cutting edge software for a variety of devices. We are looking for someone who lives and breathes technology, and would love the opportunity to get into native app development, API integration, cloud based computing and a variety of other exciting projects.
Python Pizza is a micro conference organized by the Python Berlin Community.
We bring the Python Community together for some amazing original Pizza™ and Python Talks. We believe in and encourage practical sessions, in which developers share their experience and lessons from real-world projects, each talk is 10 mins long.
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.
Switching.social helps you protect your data and privacy by proposing an ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to several GAFA's app, just choose the site or app you want to replace.
Inter is a typeface specially designed for user interfaces with focus on high legibility of small-to-medium sized text on computer screens.
Data Terra Nemo is a technical conference for hackers and computer scientists focused on distributed and decentralized systems.
In this post, Richard Schneeman shows us how to lighten our web page by getting out SVGs from our HTML.
CodeTriage helps by picking a handful of open issues and delivering them directly to your inbox. After you sign up for CodeTriage, you pick the repos you want to help with, and we periodically send you issues.
The two developers Toby Zerner and Franz Liedke have revisited the forum software by building Flarum. It's fast, open source and comes with a fresh design.
Ire Aderinokun presents in this article her solution to resetting some default browser styles, she also includes some utilities that she wants in every project.
When your app polls for data, it becomes slow, unscalable, and cumbersome to maintain. RethinkDB is the open-source, scalable database that makes building realtime apps dramatically easier.
This framework is an open source platform to design, build, and scale APIs for web and mobile apps in minutes instead of days.
1000+ Pixel-perfect vector icons and Iconfont for your next project.
Assets for building high-quality, consistent user experiences at Thumbtack.
ArchiveBox takes a list of website URLs you want to archive, and creates a local, static, browsable HTML clone of the content from those websites (it saves HTML, JS, media files, PDFs, images and more).
Mautic is an open-source marketing automation project build on PHP and MySQL. Mautic is also supported by a large community. If you are interested by marketing automation, you should probably check this out.
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
The Web Developer position at Paper Leaf is a full-stack one – so experience and/or interest in both front and back end is a must. You’ll be working in a modern web development environment (git, version control, etc) on large/complex content managed sites (primarily WordPress – custom builds, not theme customizations), eCommerce sites, web applications (Laravel, React) and mobile applications (React Native, Ionic) for clients ranging from established businesses to international organizations and government corporations.
We’re looking for a Senior software Engineers to lead and motivate our high-performing product team, responsible for development of core products, key to the attendee experience. Ruby on Rails is the core technology, but we also like Python, Scala and Go
All your communication in one place. Franz is a cross-platform messaging app for WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Slack, HipChat, Telegram and many many more.
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.
Here is a fun little email signup form using splitting.js design by Adam Kuhn. The email characters you type in literally grows legs and runs into the signup button!
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.
Tachyon animate by Andrew Nater is a single purpose classes to help you orchestrate CSS animations.
This guide is an introduction to Web Authentication (WebAuthn), the new API that can replace passwords with strong authentication.
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.
Libraries.io monitors 3,617,944 open source packages across 36 different package managers, so you don't have to.
Eva Icons is a pack of more than 480 beautifully crafted Open Source icons for common actions and items.
Camp Digital is an inspirational conference that brings together the digital, design and UX communities for a series of seminars exploring the latest thinking in our industry.
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.
Destyle.css is a reset stylesheet that provides a clean slate for styling your html. Made with love by Nicolas Cusan.
Stack of the Stack is a hand curated list of the best curated lists (Startup, Design, Code, Growth, Mobile app, Remote jobs)
Starter is an open-source command line tool to generate a Dockerfile and a service.yml file from arbitrary source code. Starter is maintained by Cloud 66.
DEVit is the leading web developer conference in South East Europe. Organized once per year, DEVit has become known for its top speaking talent, a mixture of world-class and world-renowned developers, highly specialized technology niches and developers who are on the edge of technology frontiers.
This conference is a Open-Source community event which will share all their data about the conference, in full transparency. They are also available at any time for inquires and they are really looking forward to sharing their knowledge about organizing international events. This way, whenever a community wants to start something similar, they can build on their knowledge.