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Gogs – An Open Source Self-Hosted Git Service

Posted · Category: Code, License Free

Gogs (Go Git Service) is a painless self-hosted Git service. The goal of this project is to make the easiest, fastest, and most painless way of setting up a self-hosted Git service. With Go, this can be done with an independent binary distribution across ALL platforms that Go supports, including Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and ARM.

Gogs has low minimal requirements and can run on an inexpensive Raspberry Pi. Some users even run Gogs instances on their NAS devices. It’s all on GitHub! Join them by contributing to make this project even better.


Requirements: Git
Demo: http://gogs.io/
License: License Free

ESLint – The Pluggable Linting Utility for JavaScript and JSX

Posted · Category: Code, Tools

ESLint is an open source JavaScript linting utility originally created by Nicholas C. Zakas in June 2013. Code linting is a type of static analysis that is frequently used to find problematic patterns or code that doesn’t adhere to certain style guidelines. There are code linters for most programming languages, and compilers sometimes incorporate linting into the compilation process.

The primary reason ESLint was created was to allow developers to create their own linting rules. ESLint is designed to have all rules completely pluggable. The default rules are written just like any plugin rules would be. They can all follow the same pattern, both for the rules themselves as well as tests. While ESLint will ship with some built-in rules to make it useful from the start, you’ll be able to dynamically load rules at any point in time. ESLint is written using Node.js to provide a fast runtime environment and easy installation via npm.


Requirements: JavaScript Library
Demo: http://eslint.org/
License: License Free

Javvy – 150+ Bite-sized, Interactive Java Tutorials

Posted · Category: Code, License Free

Learn how to code in Java: Whenever, wherever. With Javvy and its 150+ bite-sized, interactive tutorials, getting started with programming has never been so easy and so much fun. Javvy is the easiest and most entertaining way to make your first steps in programming. Javvy picks you up at the very beginning and allows you to learn at your own pace. With bite-sized tutorials, no break or subway ride is too short for a little coding. Javvy has a ready tongue and is packed with jokes and references to popular culture.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://javvy-app.com/
License: License Free

Atom – A Hackable Text Editor for the 21st Century

Posted · Category: Code, License Free

Atom is a text editor that’s modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core—a tool you can customize to do anything but also use productively without ever touching a config file. Atom works across operating systems. You can use it on OS X, Windows, or Linux. Atom helps you write code faster with a smart, flexible autocomplete.

You can easily browse and open a single file, a whole project, or multiple projects in one window. Split your Atom interface into multiple panes to compare and edit code across files. And also Find, preview, and replace text as you type in a file or across all your projects.


Requirements: –
Demo: https://atom.io/
License: License Free

Debugging and Testing your JavaScript with Vorlon.js

Posted · Category: Code, MIT License

Vorlon.js is an open source, extensible, platform-agnostic tool for remotely debugging and testing your JavaScript. Powered by node.js and socket.io. You can install Vorlon.JS and add a single line of JavaScript to your web app. Run your server and start the Vorlon.JS dashboard. You can remotely connect up to 50 devices simultaneously. Run your code on each or all of them with a single click. Debug JavaScript on nearly any platform with a web environment. Plugins allow you to add new features and resources.


Requirements: Node.js Framework
Demo: http://www.vorlonjs.com/
License: MIT License

GeekTyper – Coding Like You are Hacking

Posted · Category: Code, License Free

“Hack” like a programmer in movies and games. GeekTyper was inspired by the various media where hacking is usually portrayed incorrectly. Simply randomly mash your keyboard and code will display on your screen. Press TAB to display hotkeys that activate various effects. The “hacking” isn’t real, and everything you type isn’t stored anywhere. Your preferences are stored in your browser’s cache.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://geektyper.com/
License: License Free

Dom Animator – Animations within the Dom in JavaScript

Posted · Category: Code, MIT License

Dom Animator is a nifty JavaScript library, used to show small ascii animations within comments in your dom. It’s a little easter egg for anyone inspecting your code. Nothing more, nothing less.

It is a stand alone library (no jQuery, or the likes) so usage is pretty straight forward. You won’t need any CSS, or HTML… just JavaScript. (since the animations live in comment nodes, in the dom, only)

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Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://tholman.com/dom-animator/
License: MIT License

Save and Share Code Snippets with Code Pad

Posted · Category: Code, License Free

Code Pad is a place for developers to save & share code snippets. Now you can save snippets online at Code Pad making them easily accessible and all in one place. When saving any snippet you have the option to make it public, part private or private.

Liking a snippet will keep a reference in your dashboard making it easy to find later. And also, there are various stats available we count snippet views, likes, downloads, comments, the list goes on. With your snippets saved online you can access your code snippets anywhere anytime.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://codepad.co/
License: License Free

Solid PHP Packages with Modern Coding Standards

Posted · Category: Code, Information

The League of Extraordinary Packages is a group of developers who have banded together to build solid, well tested PHP packages using modern coding standards. They comply to the standards of the PHP-FIG. They adhere to the best-practices put forward by PHP The “Right” Way. They distribute code via Packagist and Composer.

Ask 100 developers what defines an awesome PHP package and you’ll get a lot of different answers. That also sounds like a really long and boring task, so they have come up with a list of rules that we think make a package awesome.


Source: http://thephpleague.com/

A Highly Configurable Javascript-based HTML Minifier

Posted · Category: Code, License Free

HTML Minifier is a highly configurable, well-tested, Javascript-based HTML minifier, with lint-like capabilities. At its core, minifier relies on HTML parser by John Resig. John’s parser was capable of handling quite complex documents, but would sometimes trip on some of the more obscure structures. For example, doctype declarations were not understood at all.

HTML minifier is fully unit tested with ~100 tests at the moment. This has few benefits: anyone can change, tweak or add things without worrying to break existing functionality. It takes literally seconds to tell if script is functional in certain browser simply by running a test suite. Finally, tests can serve as documentation for how minifier handles some of the edge cases.


Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://kangax.github.io/html-minifier/
License: License Free

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