Emoji Dictionary
Please add to @nikistyxx 's crowdsourced emoji dictionary. Make it great!
emoji  dictionary  cool  neat 
13 hours ago
Regular Expressions Cheat Sheet by DaveChild - Cheatography.com: Cheat Sheets For Every Occasion
A quick reference guide for regular expressions (regex), including symbols, ranges, grouping, assertions and some sample patterns to get you started.
sheet  regexp  cheatsheet  development  reference  programming  cheat_sheet  cheat  regex  javascript 
6 days ago
MacGap provides HTML/JS/CSS developers an Xcode project for developing native OS X App. These Apps run in OS X's WebView and take advantage of WebKit technologies.

MacGap exposes a JavaScript API for OS X integration, such as displaying native notifications or writing data to a file. MacGap is extremely lightweight and nimble; a blank application weighs less than 1MB.
webdev  apps  osx  mac  javascript 
6 days ago
The Ultimate Dad Joke Duel - YouTube
Favorited a video on YouTube! Some dad jokes are so punny, they kill. Created by Chomp Chomp Comedy Starring: Dru Johnston & Ted Limpert Featuring: Lauren Adams, Alex Viola, Molly Lloyd, Stephen Keely, Jacqui Rossi, Greg O'Neill, & Frank Carson Written & Directed by Tyler G Hall Picture by Tim O'Brien Sound by Ross Brunetti Edited by Jon Hart Production Design by Casey Adams Lighting by Steve Huber Animation by Tim Luecke Music by Ted Limpert Special Thanks to Black Crescent Bar - www.facebook.com/BlackCrescentNYC
ifttt  youtube  video 
7 days ago
A Simple Website in Node.js with Express, Jade and Stylus | Clock
Do you feel like you've missed the boat on Node? Perhaps you're not a superstar web app developer, but a humble builder of websites. Maybe you're a fledging front-end developer: you've got your head around JavaScript and you want to build a site yourself, but you don't know PHP, Python or Ruby. Fear not. This post will use the popular Express framework to show you how you can build simple websites in Node. If you're looking for real-time webapp action, then take your hipster boots and move along… this is a websites in Node 101.
nodejs  tutorial  coding 
7 days ago
Rove.io is a service that allows you to pregenerate typical Vagrant builds.

Use form on the right to enable components you require so we could prepare all the configurations you need.
development  dev  vagrant  vm  virtualmachines 
7 days ago
Designed for everyone, everywhere.
Bootflat is built on the foundations of Bootstrap, visioned in a stunning flat design. Bootstrap itself is a trusted, reliable and proven tool for developers. Built with Sass 3.4.9.
css  design  development  ui  webdev  framework 
7 days ago
Links and bookmarks to Frontend stuff on Github

A continuously expanded list of framework/libraries and tools I used/want to use when building things on the web. Mostly Javascript stuff.
javascript  github  coding  webdev  lists  resources  tips 
8 days ago
Lightweight, customizable, simple autocomplete widget with zero dependencies
datalist  javascript  search  autocomplete 
10 days ago
Plum Amazing :: MountWatcher for Mac
MountWatcher is a Mac OSX application used to organize, automate and monitor the mounting of Windows (SMB) and Apple (AFP) volumes/shares/disks. Laptops can use MountWatcher to automatically mount volumes at work and at home. MountWatcher can also be used to wake computers that are sleeping on an ethernet LAN.

If you need to mount disks from elsewhere on your network then MountWatcher can make your life easier. MountWatcher does just what its says, it holds a list of volumes (hard drives on other computers) with the necessary username and password and will automatically mount them whenever you want. Better still it watches and makes sure that they stay mounted if the network status changes.
mac  network  NAS  apps  tools  utilities  OSX 
10 days ago
Meteor is a complete open source platform for building web and mobile apps in pure JavaScript.
development  javascript  webdev  framework 
13 days ago
CSS Media Queries for iPads & iPhones | Stephen Gilbert
Many times I've had to design responsive websites targeting specific devices with CSS media queries, and not just base the break points from the site's content. Because of this, I've ended up with a somewhat large list of CSS media queries for typical devices over the past year or two.

I've posted these media queries to help designers & developers save some time searching. I'll continue adding to the list as Apple (or another company that can sell a significant amount of products) releases them.
css  ipad  iphone  webdev  coding 
14 days ago
GitHub · Build software better, together.
This document covers the basics of how to write node.js programs with streams.
nodejs  servers  coding  webdev 
18 days ago
Max Ogden Blogotronz
node bills itself as JavaScript evented I/O. In a nutshell that means if you are trying to solve a problem that is I/O bound (the limiting factor is reading/writing to relatively slow interfaces) then node can provide some useful abstractions to you. An example is if you are writing an application that has to talk to multiple databases, a caching layer, a load balancer, external web services, mobile clients, third party auth providers and serve web applications then node acts as a nice glue between all of the things.
servers  streaming  webdev  coding  nodejs 
18 days ago
Resources for learning the ins and outs of using Browserify, written by the community.
archive  javascript  nodejs 
19 days ago
Best Practices for Node.js Development | Heroku Dev Center
For most of the nearly twenty years since its inception, JavaScript lacked many of the niceties that made other programming languages like Python and Ruby so attractive: command-line interfaces, a REPL, a package manager, and an organized open-source community.
Thanks in part to Node.js and npm, today’s JavaScript landscape is dramatically improved. Web developers wield powerful new tools, and are limited only by their imagination.
What follows is a list of tips and techniques to keep you and your node apps happy.
nodejs  coding  webdev  javascript 
19 days ago
Embedded persistent database for Node.js, written in Javascript, with no dependency (except npm modules of course). You can think of it as a SQLite for Node.js projects, which can be used with a simple require statement. The API is a subset of MongoDB's. You can use it as a persistent or an in-memory only datastore.
database  javascript  nodejs 
20 days ago
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You’re writing a web app. Your app contains data that users edit. Your users should be able to user your app from multiple computers if they need to. Sometimes you want multiple users to view & edit the same data.

How do you make that work, without the data going out of sync and without losing anything?
code  javascript  library  nodejs 
20 days ago
DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface. Here's what you should know before you start:
docs  programming  APIs  reference  coding  webdev  api 
20 days ago
Socket.io for Node.js
Socket.IO enables real-time bidirectional event-based communication.
It works on every platform, browser or device, focusing equally on reliability and speed.
servers  nodejs  webdev  javascript  coding 
21 days ago
Responsible Social Share Links — Jonathan Suh
Social share scripts are convenient and easy to copy & paste but rely on JavaScript and add additional overhead to your site, which means more HTTP requests and slower load times. Instead, use share links that don’t require you to load scripts for each social site.
social  buttons  webdev  sharing  IFTTT  accessibility  web  links  socialmedia  javascript 
22 days ago
Why NoSQL?
NoSQL technology was pioneered by leading internet companies — including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and LinkedIn — to overcome the limitations of 40-year-old relational database technology for use with modern web applications. Today, enterprises are adopting NoSQL for a growing number of uses cases, a choice that is driven by four interrelated megatrends: Big Users, Big Data, the Internet of Things, and Cloud Computing.
nosql  coding  databases 
22 days ago
Placeholdem // Placeholder Caret Animation
Placeholdem is a JavaScript plugin that animates placeholder carets on inputs and textareas. The placeholder value will incrementally delete on focus, and restore on blur.
jquery  placeholder  library  javascript  input  animations  animation  forms  js  form 
22 days ago
A JavaScript library for building user interfaces | React
Lots of people use React as the V in MVC. Since React makes no assumptions about the rest of your technology stack, it's easy to try it out on a small feature in an existing project.
javascript  ui  webdesign  framework  js  coding  nodejs 
22 days ago
Socket.IO — Chat
Building a chat application with node.js
chat  nodejs  javascript  coding 
23 days ago
Why Use Node.js? A Comprehensive Tutorial with Examples | Toptal
Before digging into Node.js, you might want to read up on the benefits of using JavaScript across the stack which unifies the language and data format (JSON), allowing you to optimally reuse developer resources. As this is more a benefit of JavaScript than Node.js specifically, we won’t discuss it much here. But it’s a key advantage to incorporating Node in your stack.
web  webdev  servers  nodejs  javascript  coding 
23 days ago
How To Deploy an _ebooks Bot
About a digital century ago, I wrote up some instructions for getting your own _ebooks bot up and running. A not insignificant number of people used those instructions to bring weird digital versions of themselves or their friends into the world. That made me very happy, but there were some problems.

First of all, I had people put secret credentials into their code as plain text, and their robots only had a presence on Twitter if the creator's computer was running and online; these issues will be addressed here, belatedly.

The steps below should take from 45-90 minutes, assuming you've already done everything in Step 0.
twitter  bots  fun  robots 
23 days ago
Empower your users to easily login via Facebook with this simple jQuery plugin.
facebook  jquery  javascript  coding 
23 days ago
Chartist - Simple responsive charts
You may think that this is just yet an other charting library. But Chartist.js is the product of a community that was disappointed about the abilities provided by other charting libraries. Of course there are hundreds of other great charting libraries but after using them there were always tweaks you would have wished for that were not included.
chart  javascript  library  charts  responsive  jquery  coding  webdev 
23 days ago
A Javascript jQuery Plugin for a universal search box with search suggestion.
search  jquery  javascript  typeahead  coding  webdev 
23 days ago
JavaScript — How to forget about jQuery and start using native...
JavaScript is here and it’s ready for you, but probably you are not ready for it yet. Why not using jQuery? Because it’s slow and your website doesn’t really need extra weight.
I’m not going to argue about libs vs native. Sometimes it’s really hard to live without all that magic stuff. But I’m going to argue about loading kilos of code just only for a one-character-selector-function aka $ or things like that.
Assuming that shorthands is not the case, everyone use jSomething because of it’s support for IE, animation handling and the only selector function.
development  javascript  native  jquery  library  comparison  activism  howto  js  dom 
24 days ago
Nifty Modal Window Effects
There are many possibilities for modal overlays to appear. Here are some modern ways of showing them using CSS transitions and animations.
javascript  design  css3  effects  animation  transitions  css  webdesign  modal  via:popular 
24 days ago
Minimum wage and college
Amount of money needed in 1970 vs 2014 to attend college. Compares minimum wage and the number of hours needed to work as well.
college  wages  money  inflation 
25 days ago
timeago: a jQuery plugin
Timeago is a jQuery plugin that makes it easy to support automatically updating fuzzy timestamps (e.g. "4 minutes ago" or "about 1 day ago"). Download, view the examples, and enjoy.
webdev  jquery  time  datetime  timeago  plugin  date  plugins  timestamp  javascript 
26 days ago
Simple PHP caching improved – XEWeb
There are many tools around that will help cache your web pages to increase speed and performance (most notably Memcached) however these usually require installation on your web server, thus rendering them useless for people who use shared hosting and don’t have access to the server.

Using some simple PHP code we can quite effectively cache a webpage, useful for sites that are database driven and have a large amount of queries or high volumes of traffic.
php  coding  programming  webdev  caching 
26 days ago
Font Awesome Icons
Font Awesome gives you scalable vector icons and glyphs that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.
blog  icon  icons  fonts  opensource  coding  webdev 
26 days ago
Skeleton: Responsive CSS Boilerplate
You should use Skeleton if you're embarking on a smaller project or just don't feel like you need all the utility of larger frameworks. Skeleton only styles a handful of standard HTML elements and includes a grid, but that's often more than enough to get started. In fact, this site is built on Skeleton and has ~200 lines of custom CSS (half of which is the docking navigation).
css  html  mobile  framework  responsive  coding  html5  webdev 
26 days ago
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