A hand-drawn illustration library. The library works like building blocks made of vector arms, legs, and emotions. You can mix these elements to create different Peeps.
Powerful component libraries and styleguides that fit the way you work.
Pay what you want: 5, 10 or 15€/month. The essence of our hosting platform is sharing: we provide enough resources for everyone and sufficient headroom to handle traffic spikes on your site. We always keep the systems up to date and take care of maintenance so you have the time to focus on your project.
Collaborate on documents, share files, collect information. All private. All encrypted. All with Graphite.
An Open-Source platform for deploying static apps.
Conversational marketing made open source. Turn strangers into leads, maintain data ownership. Easy to install, develop, and measure.
The most powerful and extensible open source Wiki software. Make documentation a joy to write using Wiki.js beautiful and intuitive interface!
Find open-source alternatives for your favorite apps.
Tracy is a must-have debugging tool for all PHP developers.
A deployment tool written in PHP with support for popular frameworks out of the box.
What began as a side project of a Google developer now shares the JS leaderboard with React and Angular... With the help of Sarah Drasner, Taylor Otwell, Thorsten Lünborg and many others from the Vue.js community, Evan You tells the story of how he fought against the odds to bring Vuejs to life.
Beaker is a browser for the next-generation Web. It's an experimental browser for exploring and building the peer-to-peer Web.
Free Google Slides and PowerPoint templates to boost your presentations.
The Odin Project is one of those "What I wish I had when I was learning" resources. Not everyone has access to a computer science education or the funds to attend an intensive coding school and neither of those is right for everyone anyway. This project is designed to fill in the gap for people who are trying to hack it on their own but still want a high quality education.
Layouts with diagonal sections are quite popular for several years now. It is not the new hot stuff, and you will probably not find it in the articles titled "Design trends for 2020". But I think it is here to stay. Post written by Nils Binder.
A modern, headless GraphQL-based e-commerce framework built with TypeScript & Nodejs.
Yasumi is an easy PHP library to help you calculate the dates and names of holidays and other special celebrations from various countries/states.
Giving users a dark theme option can be beneficial for accessibility, as some people experience headaches or visual difficulties from excessively bright screens, or have trouble reading for long periods on a light background. Post written by Michelle Barker.
RoadRunner is a high-performance PHP application server, load-balancer, and process manager written in Golang.
Downtime Happens. Get Notified! 50 Monitors, Checked Every 5 Minutes, Totally Free!
Snippet generator for VSCode, Sublime Text and Atom.
Tired of Facebook, Instagram & Twitter selling your data? Create your own social network website with this open source social network.
Graphical SFTP client and terminal emulator with helpful utilities.
Here’s a history of CSS and web design from 90's to 2020 written by Eevee.
Open source alternative to Algolia? Typesense is an open source, typo tolerant search engine that delivers fast and relevant results out-of-the-box.
Beluga is open-source software for creating your own ecommerce site. Built with React, Node.js, and using Stripe for payment processing.
Open source mobile client for GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket and Gitea, built with Flutter.
Matt Stauffer shares with us some precious advises in this post to set up your equipment for podcasting and streaming.
A lightbox that works in all modern browsers with images, videos, iframes and any kind of HTML, has support for CommonJS and AMD, a simple API and zero dependencies.
Use Oxygen's unparalelled power, flexibility, and light-weight code to visually design your WordPress or WooCommerce site with ease.
You've heard about testing, and even better "Test-Driven Development", but you're still not sure exactly what they are. Well now you'll know! In this trail, thoughtbot developers Harry Schwartz and Ian C. Anderson cover core principles of writing code with Test-Driven Development. You'll learn about the benefits of testing, the way testing first applies positive design pressure to your code, and how to apply TDD to your own development.
This showcase let you review VSCode themes from the VSCode marketplace.
Syntax highlighting for the Web. 185 languages and 91 styles, automatic language detection and multi-language code highlighting.
The simplest open source application to create your docker projects.
Compress.Studio is a serverless image compression tool with a decentralized private storage.
The magical PHP tinker app for macOS, Windows and Linux.
A collection of free single-purpose online tools for web developers...
Grow is a static site generator optimized for building highly-interactive, localized microsites. With a focus on workflow and building projects that are highly maintainable in the long-term, Grow encourages a strong-but-simple separation of content and presentation, and makes maintaining content in different locales and different environments a snap.
Real world marketing examples.
Constantin shows us how to build a signup form using the library AlpineJS. Post written by Constantin - Placebo Domingo
Small, fast, and modular DOM & Event library for modern browsers.