Tag: open source

DevDocs combines API Docs in a single Web Application

The toughest part about implementing a new plugin or framework is time spent browsing the documentation. Well-organized documentation is easy to find on larger projects – not so much on smaller releases. Thankfully DevDocs has compiled all sources together onto one website. On DevDocs you’ll find the API/source documentation for everything from HTML & CSS…

Free Community-Generated CSS Resources

The web of 2015 offers a much easier time of locating resources than the web of 2005. Dozens of web applications pop up every year with a focus on particular areas. Since many of these sites are made by designers/developers, it seems obvious that actual web design/development is one very popular area. Stylesheets.co is a…

Free Measurement Plugin for Sketch Designers

The ongoing group of free Sketch plugins just got another member with Sketch Measure. The plugin already has over 2,000 stars on GitHub with dozens of separate forks. Photoshop users don’t have as much of a luxury regarding free plugins, but PS has also been through two decades of iterations to implement features natively. The…

Two days of Node & JavaScript at Nodevember in Nashville

One of the fastest-growing segments of the development field is JavaScript, both frontend + backend with libraries like Node.js. It seems there are more jobs than ever before looking to hire JavaScript developers for all purposes. Now that mobile games can also be written in JavaScript, it seems that JS code has moved into a…

Vivus.js brings SVG Animation to Life

Vivus.js is the best way to bring core SVG animation to your images without building the motion into SVG files. You can setup JavaScript snippets with no dependencies as the animations all run with pure JavaScript. You can manipulate settings like timing and certain elements of the SVG to make the animation that much more…

Brunch is your premiere HTML5 Build Tool running on Node

I recently stumbled onto an interesting build tool by the name of Brunch. This seems to be made for constructing picture-perfect HTML files without a lot of hooey. Brunch is made to compile scripts, templates, and lint all of your code automatically. Modules can also be run during this time & applied to the compiled…

FTPloy pushes changes right to GitHub or Butbucket

Whenever you’re building a new project it’s always recommended to stick with a version control system. Git is by far the most popular which is supported on both GitHub and Bitbucket. These two services offer free accounts for developers, and are thus the most popular for open source code. But they can also be used…

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