My Git Workflow by Oliver Steele
How to write the perfect pull request
Web Animations: An overview deck of different animation models of the web and their benefits and issues
Modern ClojureScript: A series of tutorials on ClojureScript by Mimmo Cosenza
John Rauser: TCP and the Lower Bound of Web Performance
The Simulated Annealing Algorithm
Learn Vim Progressively
DidYouMean.vim is a plugin that prompts for the correct filename instead of opening a new file
Chasing Waterfalls: Real world Front End Optimization - a talk by Log Ingram
Match Audio let's you take a link from one service and expand it into a link that supports all services.
sudo npm stfu
The React Quick Start Guide
The magic behind configure, make, make install
Favatron - Your personal Twitter favorite automaton
react-router: A complete routing solution for React.js
Registers: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Parts
Deprecating the switch statement for Object literals
Code review without your glasses
Excuses For Lazy Coders
Moving Atom To React
Build Your Own App Specific REPL For Your NodeJS App
vtop - A Terminal Activity Monitor in Node.js
Merge pull request Considered Harmful
Frontend Dev Bookmarks: A huge list of frontend development resources collected over time
Fugitive.vim - resolving merge conflicts with vimdiff
Follow my leader by Drew Neil: Unlock the hidden cache of unused Vim key mappings
CTRL Space - Vim Workspace Controller by Szymon Wrozynski
PSD Viewing & Diffing on GitHub
Chrome console tricks I wish I'd found a while ago
Why does GitHub let me commit as other people?
React is really cool
Sharp: The fastest Node.js module for resizing JPEG, PNG, WebP and TIFF images. Uses the libvips library.
The Dangers of Stopping Event Propagation by Phil Walton
Why ContentEditable is Terrible or How the Medium Editor Works by Nick Santos
WTF, forms? Friendlier HTML form controls with a little CSS magic
Base16 - beautiful code colorschemes
Nested task lists in GitHub
List of Filament Group's open source projects
Removing User Interface Complexity, or Why React is Awesome
HappyFunTimes is a library for making party games
Common Vim: A comprehensive Vim cheat sheet
What is CSS for?
Phaser is a fast, free and fun open source game framework for making desktop and mobile browser HTML5 games
GitHub Cheat Sheet: A list of cool features of Git and GitHub
Imagine chatting inside your favorite GitHub repo. Now you can.
Generating visual designs with code by Jason Long
simple configuration tool for os x
Type–Hover–Swipe in 96 Bytes: A Motion Sensing Mechanical Keyboard
Refills are prepackaged patterns and components, built on top of Bourbon, Bitters, and Neat.
Styling a Middleman Blog with Bourbon, Neat, and Bitters
GitHub: Task lists in all markdown documents
Semi-decent routing for restify/express by Tyler Benziger
Using UI Libraries Without the Bloat
Back to Basics: Writing SQL Queries
Accessibility and Building a web for everyone because sometimes it's not all about us by Jenn Schiffer
Front-end Style Guides by Anna Debenham
Passport: Simple, unobtrusive authentication for Node.js
TimL: Think Clojure meets VimL
Hound: a hosted service that comments on Ruby style guide violations in your GitHub pull requests
Heartbleed openssl vulnerability
FishGL - WebGL fishies by the RethinkIE team
Learning Vim by @astonj: A sensible take on beginning to learn the world's best editor
GitBook: Build beautiful programming books and exercises using Git and Markdown
Render an isometric pixel art version of your GitHub contribution chart by @jasonlong
DailyJS: Tetris with WebSockets
nodeschool.io: Learn NodeJS With Interactive Lessons
CSS-Tricks: Rotated Table Column Headers
Manage Team and Personal Dotfiles Together with rcm
GitDrop: A Mac app that lets you use GitHub Pages to quickly share files
Hatin on Web Tech
Sign up for HTML5 Developer Conference today. Super Cheap. Super Awesome.
Mobile Virtual Reality: Practical application and usage of the W3C Device Orientation API
Logos In Pure CSS
Medium iOS app: Read the very best of Medium, wherever you go.
GitHub: Showcasing interesting projects in Explore
iOS 7.1 Mobile Safari Minimal UI
Testing One-off Scripts in Vim
After Dark in CSS
Sight and Light: How to create 2D visibility/shadow effects for your game
DailyJS: Gremlins.js, Backbone.CustomSync
usevim: Script Roundup: t9md
Getting Started with Sass, Bourbon, and Neat with Yeoman
Filling the Space in the Last Row with Flexbox
Why are Enter Keypresses Clicking My Buttons in IE?
Bulletproof HTML Email Components
CSS Gradients - Remix
Overview of ECMAScript 6 features
Understanding Canvas Rotation - Lost Decade Games
Scott Jehl on Progressive Enhancement
Retro Game Crunch opened their developer journal and dev tools primer for everyone
Code Guide by @mdo: Standards for developing flexible, durable, and sustainable HTML and CSS.
Making Embedded Content Work In Responsive Design
Basics of CSS Blend Modes
Sleek, functional UI kits created entirely with CSS.
Matter.js by Liam Brummitt is a stable and flexible rigid body physics engine for browsers.
Ascii charts for nodejs
Brad Frost: On Progressive Enhancement
GitHub's new text editor leaked on Twitter
Better Google Web Fonts: because web designers want font families, not just fonts.
8 Sass mixins you must have in your toolbox
Ratchet Components: Design patterns that serve as basic building blocks
Powerline-shell: a Powerline style prompt for your shell
git log is so 2005
Ridiculously Responsive Social Sharing Buttons
Avoid the Three-state Boolean Problem
jQuery Europe is this week. Excited to hear Christian Heilmann, Paul Bakaus, Peter-Paul Koch and more!
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How to make a Flappy Bird in HTML5 with Phaser
EditorConfig helps developers define and maintain consistent coding styles between different editors and IDEs.
Kickstart Your Project With INIT And Grunt
Inside DuckDuckGo, Google's Tiniest, Fiercest Competitor
Facebook is buying WhatsApp for $16 billion
Planetary.js: Awesome interactive globes for the web
A series of GIFs explaining why I use Vim.
@razvancaliman Visualize CSS Blend Modes
Math is important. Presentation: Math Envy and CoffeeScript's Foibles by @johnbender
Read this book: Node.js Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach by @cgack
ThreesJS: a tiny browser clone of Threes
Making Spam Cool Again - A Link Spammer by @tybenz
Augment: the world's smallest and fastest classical JS inheritance pattern.
The Engineer Crunch
Pageres: Responsive Screenshots
CSS Regions Level 1 Working Draft Updated
iPhone case 3DPrinted thanks to Photoshop and Shapeways
A Guide to Core Data Concurrency
Index to Web Pages, for Absolute Beginners
Script Roundup: Vimdeck, noerrmsg.vim
A Simple Pair Programming Setup with SSH and Tmux
Drawing as a programmer
Coding Horror: Complaint-Driven Development
New CSS Shapes Syntax
Using Arel to Compose SQL Queries
A Complete Guide to Flexbox
Brackets Sprint 36 Build
5 Telecommuting Benefits You Might Not Know About
UI Animation and UX: A Not-So-Secret Friendship
New Adobe Open Source Site
Optimizing AngularJS: 1200ms to 35ms
Why we love Scala at Coursera
How SVG Line Animation Works
Holy hell look at this website and scroll.
Iterative music is my focus jam
Easy regular expressions with JSVerbalExpressions
Checkout Base16 by @chriskempson - awesome set of themes for almost any text editor
Webhooks level up
How I Organize Posts In Jekyll
Vim Script Roundup: jdaddy.vim wildfire.vim
Vim - A Tale of Two Selections
Rendered Prose Diffs on @github
Playing with iterators and generators in ECMAScript 6
Multithread.js in-browser multithreading made easy
localForage: Offline Storage, Improved
Katon: Automatically start your Node based projects and serve them locally on .dev domains
JS1k.com - a fiery js code golfing competition
jQuery Notebook. A simple, clean and elegant text editor. Inspired by the awesomeness of Medium.
How to Evaluate Your Rails JSON API for Performance Improvements
ES6 one liners to show off - Hemanth.HM
Custom Ember Computed Properties
CSS Dev Conf 2014 - Call for Speakers
Awesome article by @tybenz Taking advantage of sessions in Vim
An introduction to TypeScript
spam the net (first)