Comma Chameleon
A desktop CSV editor for data publishers
data  apps 
yesterday
postbird
Open source PostgreSQL GUI client for macOS and Linux
postgresql  sql  data  apps 
yesterday
Tad
Tad is a free (MIT Licensed) desktop application for viewing and analyzing tabular data.
Tad is a fast, free, cross-platform desktop application for viewing and analyzing CSV files.
data  apps 
yesterday
Twitter
How many likes for this guy?

Moise Kean 🕺
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4 days ago
zadam/trilium: Build your personal knowledge base with Trilium Notes

Trilium Notes is a hierarchical note taking application with focus on building large personal knowledge bases
electron  javascript  apps  wiki  webapp 
4 days ago
Tagged Template Literals | Wes Bos

The way the tag template works is you simply make a function, and you take the name of the function that you want to run against the string, and you just put the name right in front of the template
javascript  webdev  development  html  tips  article 
5 days ago
New ES2018 Features Every JavaScript Developer Should Know | CSS-Tricks

We’ve taken a good look at several key features introduced in ES2018 including asynchronous iteration, rest/spread properties, Promise.prototype.finally(), and additions to the RegExp object. Although some of these features are not fully implemented by some browser vendors yet, they can still be used today thanks to JavaScript transpilers such as Babel.
javascript  regex  development  reference  article 
5 days ago
GitHub - linux-noah/noah: Bash on Ubuntu on macOS

Noah is a Darwin subsystem for Linux, or "Bash on Ubuntu on Mac OS X". Noah is implemented as a hypervisor that traps linux system calls and translates them into Darwin's system calls. Noah also has an interpreter of ELF files so that binary executables of Linux run directly and flawlessly without any modifications.

linux  macos  github 
10 days ago
Twitter
Today(!) we’re thrilled to announce unlimited free private repos for all GitHub users, and a new simplified Enterpr…
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10 days ago
Courier Prime - Designed for Screenplays
Since the beginning, screenplays have been written in Courier. Its uniformity allows filmmakers to make handy comparisons and estimates, such as 1 page = 1 minute of screen time.

But there’s no reason Courier has to look terrible. We set out to make the best damn Courier ever.

We call it Courier Prime.
free  fonts  download  typography 
12 days ago
Securing Your Site like It’s 1999 ◆ 24 ways

As the web evolved, so too did the knowledge of its inherent security vulnerabilities. Clever tricks that were played on one site could be copied on literally hundreds of other sites. It was a normal sight to log in to a website to find nothing working because someone had breached its defences and deleted its database. Lessons in web security in those days were hard-earned.

What follows are examples of critical mistakes that brought down several early websites, and how you can help protect yourself and your team from the same fate.
security  webdev  development  tips  article 
13 days ago
Propel, The Blazing Fast Open-Source PHP 5.5 ORM

A highly customizable and blazing fast ORM library for PHP 5.5+.
php  opensource  database  development 
14 days ago
Manual | Sequelize | The node.js ORM for PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite and MSSQL

Sequelize is a promise-based ORM for Node.js v4 and up. It supports the dialects PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite and MSSQL and features solid transaction support, relations, read replication and more.
opensource  development  nodejs  database  mysql  sql  sqlite  postgresql 
14 days ago
Ars Technica’s ultimate board game gift guide, 2018 edition | Ars Technica

Friends, you're in the right place. Whether you're a board game newbie or someone who's been in the hobby for years, we've got something for everyone below. For 2018, we've updated our massive 10,000-word guide by adding new entries, deleting others, and generally just bringing things up to date with our current recommendations. Entries are organized generally into categories, so you can jump around to the stuff that interests you most (some games could arguably be included in several categories, of course).
board-games  reference 
14 days ago
Twitter
RT : I’m taking a quick break from filming to tell you the best way to watch Mission: Impossible Fallout (or any movie y…
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15 days ago
Convert HTML assets to WordPress enqueues

If you create themes out of HTML templates often, you probably know how boring it is to convert assets like  <link href="css/some-style.css" rel="stylesheet"> or  <script src="js/script.js"></script> to proper WordPress enqueues. This simple generator allows you to batch convert such assets.
wordpress  development  tools  webdev 
16 days ago
Drop-Down Usability: When You Should (and Shouldn't) Use Them - Articles - Baymard Institute

Deciding when to use a drop-down — or when to use another interface type, such as a radio button interface or open text field — for a specific input can be tricky.

In e-commerce, most users will encounter drop-down menu inputs while navigating the checkout flow, for a wide variety of inputs.

However, our large-scale usability testing reveals that using drop-down menus for the “wrong” input types can lead to slower checkout completion times, field validation errors, and unnecessary user attention being devoted to optional fields, all of which increase the likelihood of checkout abandonments.
ui  ux  design  webdev  accessibility 
16 days ago
LukeW | Dropdowns Should be the UI of Last Resort

All too often mobile forms make use of dropdown menus for input when simpler or more appropriate controls would work better. Here's several alternatives to dropdowns to consider in your designs and why.
ui  ux  design  webdev  webdesign 
16 days ago
Automatically re-open windows, apps, and documents on your Mac
Your Mac re-opens windows and tabs when you log in to your Mac or open an app, so you can quickly continue where you last left off.
To temporarily prevent an app from re-opening its documents and windows, hold the Shift key while you open the app.
howto  apps  macos 
22 days ago
Twitter
Prima squadra maschile: campioni d'inverno.
Prima squadra femminile: campionesse d'inverno.
Not bad... ⚫️⚪️…
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25 days ago
Twitter
2003: il nostro Vicepresidente Pavel vince il Pallone d'Oro!
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26 days ago
Twitter
These assholes told me it was a sweater party.
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27 days ago
Twitter
305 - 29:18

: ‘YouTube didn’t win by having high-quality content by famous people. YouTube won by having…
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4 weeks ago
Tunnel Your Internet Traffic Through an OpenVPN Server
A common use case for a VPN tunnel is to access the internet from behind it to evade censorship or geolocation and protect your connection from untrusted internet service providers, WiFi hotspots, and sites and services you connect to.
vpn  howto  network 
4 weeks ago
coding-interview-university
A complete computer science study plan to become a software engineer.
github  learning  programming  book  video  to-watch 
4 weeks ago
FSL Understanding Email Headers
Understand the information provided in Email Headers
video  email  howto 
4 weeks ago
Email Headers
Email Headers are lines of metadata attached to each email that contain lots of useful information for a forensic investigator. However, email headers can be easily forged, so they should never be used as the only source of information.

Making Sense of Headers
There is no single way to make sense of email headers. Some examiners favor reading from the bottom up, some favor reading from the top down. Because information in the headers can be put there by the user's MUA, a server in transit, or the recipient's MUA, it can be difficult to determine when a line was added.
email  howto 
4 weeks ago
Understanding an email header
This guide is provided to learn how to read and understand an email header. To understand an email header, we need to analyze the life of the email. Most of the time, it appears that email is passed directly from the sender directly to the recipient. This isn't necessarily true: A typical email passes through at least four computers.
email  howto 
4 weeks ago
Reading full email headers
Email headers determine where a message is sent, and records the specific path the message follows as it passes through each mail server.

You can easily read message headers by using an online tool such as https://toolbox.googleapps.com/apps/messageheader/

Or, if you'd like to read a message header yourself, follow the path of a message chronologically by reading from the bottom of the header, and working your way up.
email  howto 
4 weeks ago
Twitter
👟 Gol di tacco di
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5 weeks ago
CSS Animation 101
Animation using CSS can be overwhelming to learn all at once.

This book gives you a solid introduction to the topic, combining theory with practical lessons. You’ll learn how, and why to use animation on your web pages and hopefully be inspired to try it on your own projects!
book  css  programming  webdesign  animation 
5 weeks ago
The All-In-One Almost-Alphabetical Guide to Detecting Everything - Dive Into HTML5
Confused? Read Detecting HTML5 Features for a conceptual introduction. Want an all-in-one library instead? Try Modernizr.
browser  development  webdev  reference  html  javascript 
5 weeks ago
Twitter
Oggi è il compleanno di Marcelo Zalayeta! 🇺🇾

Tanti auguri, "Panterón"! 🎉

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6 weeks ago
From BFS to ZFS: past, present, and future of file systems
From the mainframe to the Mac mini and from BFS to ZFS, Ars explores the past…
Briefly put, a file system is a clearly-defined method that the computer's operating system uses to store, catalog, and retrieve files. Files are central to everything we use a computer for: all applications, images, movies, and documents are files, and they all need to be stored somewhere. For most computers, this place is the hard disk drive, but files can exist on all sorts of media: flash drives, CD and DVD discs, or even tape backup systems.

File systems need to keep track of not only the bits that make up the file itself and where they are logically placed on the hard drive, but also store information about the file. The most important thing it has to store is the file's name. Without the name it will be nearly impossible for the humans to find the file again. Also, the file system has to know how to organize files in a hierarchy, again for the benefit of those pesky humans. This hierarchy is usually called a directory. The last thing the file system has to worry about is metadata.
history  windows  linux  macos  file-system 
6 weeks ago
Can Microsoft’s exFAT file system bridge the gap between OSes?
Hands-on with exFAT, which blows past the FAT32 4GB file size limit.
With Apple's licensing of Microsoft's exFAT file system, it seems like we finally have a good option for OS X and Windows disk swapping. Dave Girard spent some time investigating the appeal, the limitations, and the alternatives to exFAT.
unix  linux  windows  macos  performance  file-system 
6 weeks ago
Twitter
From my vast experience in watching cartoons, that car is very tired.
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6 weeks ago
nginxconfig.io
NGiИX configuration generator
nginx  configuration  tools 
7 weeks ago
q - Run SQL directly on CSV or TSV files
q is a command line tool that allows direct execution of SQL-like queries on CSVs/TSVs (and any other tabular text files).

q treats ordinary files as database tables, and supports all SQL constructs, such as WHERE, GROUP BY, JOINs etc. It supports automatic column name and column type detection, and provides full support for multiple encodings.
data  database  sql  terminal 
8 weeks ago
Upcase
We're not a bootcamp, we're a finishing school. Become an experienced developer and take "junior" out of your title.
learning  ruby  programming  tutorials  git  javascript 
8 weeks ago
Twitter
هذا لا قلنا ابداع 😻
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9 weeks ago
Buttercup

The Password Manager You Deserve.
opensource  apps  macos  windows  linux  security 
9 weeks ago
Twitter
The arrogance of this prick is something else.... pochettino ALSO had a last minute winner, but did he do this boll…
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10 weeks ago
Creating horizontal scrolling containers the right way [CSS Grid]
Ever since Netflix became a household name we’ve been scrolling sideways in mobile layouts. Instead of stacking everything on top of each other, horizontal scrolling containers (or lists) have become…
css  ux  webdev  webdesign 
11 weeks ago
akavel/up: Ultimate Plumber is a tool for writing Linux pipes with instant live preview

Ultimate Plumber is a tool for writing Linux pipes with instant live preview
terminal  tools  github 
11 weeks ago
percollate
🌐 → 📖
A command-line tool to turn web pages into beautifully formatted PDFs
github  terminal  tools  nodejs  javascript  pdf  reading 
12 weeks ago
Practical File System Design – with the Be File System
Although many operating system textbooks offer high- level descriptions of file systems, few go into sufficient detail for an implementor, and none go into details about
advanced topics such as journaling. I wrote this book to address that lack of information. This book covers the details of file systems, from low-level to high-level, as well as related topics such as the disk cache, the file system interface to the kernel, and the user-level APIs that use the features of the file system. Reading this book should give you a thorough understanding of how a file system works in general, how the Be File System (BFS) works in particular, and the issues involved in designing and implementing a file system.
programming  development  design  book  file-system 
12 weeks ago
4 WiFi Band Steering Myths
Band steering is a technique used in dual-band WiFi deployments to encourage dual-band client devices, such as most modern smartphones, tablets, laptops, and PCs, to use the less-congested and higher capacity 5 GHz band. This is usually advantageous because 5 GHz tends to be better for WiFi performance as it has more and wider channels available and tends to have less overall interference from both neighboring WiFi and non-WiFi sources.
wifi  network 
12 weeks ago
The Illustrated TLS Connection: Every Byte Explained
Every byte of a TLS connection explained and reproduced.
In this demonstration a client has connection to a server, negotiated a TLS 1.2 session, sent "ping", received "pong", and then terminated the session. Click below to begin exploring.
http  security  ssl  network 
october 2018
Writing Testable JavaScript · An A List Apart Article

Apps that are written in a traditional procedural style can be very difficult to unit test—and difficult to maintain, debug, and extend, too. But if we write our code with our future unit testing needs in mind, we will not only find that writing the tests becomes more straightforward than we might have expected, but also that we’ll simply write better code, too.
development  programming  coding  javascript  testing  tdd  article  alistapart 
october 2018
Twitter
🔥 Firefox fonts tab will show you if a font used is a webfont or a system font. Handy when you aren’t sure if web f…
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october 2018
Laravel Health Panel
This package checks if the application resources are running as they should and creates a service status panel
github  laravel  php 
october 2018
twa
A tiny web auditor with strong opinions.
security  tools  terminal 
october 2018
Stylus
is a fork of the popular Stylish extension which can be used to restyle the web. Not 'ish', but 'us', as in 'us' the actual users. Stylus is a fork of Stylish that is based on the source code of version 1.5.2, which was the most up-to-date version before the original developer stopped working on the project. The objective in creating Stylus was to remove any and all analytics, and return to a more user-friendly UI. We recognize that the ability to transfer your database from Stylish is important, so this is the one and only feature we've implemented from the new version.
chrome  browser  extension  css 
october 2018
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