Category: Tools

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Snipcart is the Simplest Shopping Cart Experience

A brand new eCommerce shopping cart platform is out there and ready for use. Its name is Snipcart and it offers an effortless shopping experience. Via Snipcart you’ll have access to a series of payment gateways including Stripe, PayPal, Paymill, and Authorize.net. These are some of the largest payment gateways with the greatest levels of…

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Browserify adds modules in the browser

Browserify uses a NodeJS-based system that allows developers to use the require command with modules directly on the web browser. It’s compatible with a voluminous number of browsers including IE7-10. To get started visit the articles page for help & FAQs. There’s also an incredible Browserify Handbook on GitHub if you have the patience to…

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LayoutIt! Interface Builder for Bootstrap Websites

The open source Bootstrap framework has grown precipitously over just a few years. This framework allows developers to craft websites built on a codebase that pre-styles elements, grids, and typography. But for those who don’t want to rewrite all there code, LayoutIt! offers a solution. It’s a free webapp made with a drag-and-drop interface for…

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Gogs is your free self-hosted Git Service

Git users are sure to be familiar with the intial setup requirements on any new server. This may be worthwhile or even fun for some developers – but others just want to get the job done right. Gogs(Go Git Service) is a new self-hosted Git service made for this exact reason. You can install it…

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PocketSquare is a Portfolio site for Developers

The homepage for PocketSquare is an encouraging sight for developers. With so many existing portfolio sites for designers it’s nice to finally have a place made for showcasing code and dev projects. PocketSquare is completely free to use and sign up. Once you get in you’ll be able to share your own code snippets, samples,…

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Workbench is a Free Frontend Boilerplate for Web Projects

Modern open source frameworks remove a lot of the grunt work from web development. No need to manually reset all elements or give custom defined styles for all typefaces. The problem now is deciding which boilerplate is best to get started. There’s something simple like Eric Meyer’s CSS reset. But then there’s fully robust options…

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SpotClarify Guided Tours can improve Onboarding

An early-access release of SpotClarify is currently available for anyone interested. The site is more of a tool for building guided tours to help users sign up and grasp your product. It relies on an in-page JavaScript engine to create tours visually. SpotClarify allows builders to craft their tours based on steps that align with…

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