hyperProxy: Use local files for testing and fixing production sites

hyperProxy is a node.js is a local proxy for using local files for debugging and testing of production sites by front-end developers. It's easy to setup, configure, and ...

Code Guide by @mdo: Standards for sustainable HTML and CSS

This Code Guide by @mdo is a fantastic guide to create sustainable, flexible, and durable HTML and CSS. It includes guidelines for syntax, attribute orders, classes, comments, and ...

Optimize Your Mac with CleanMyMac 2 - Two licenses for only $30!

If your Mac's running a bit sluggish lately, chances are there are a ton of unused and unnecessary files slowing things down. What you need is a quick ...

Fluidity: Making HTML 100% responsive

Fluidity is a tiny bit of CSS (107 bytes total) that fixes the part of HTML that isn't completely responsive. It makes changes to the way images, tables, ...

psdiff: Simple PSD previews for Git

psdiff is a simple tool for creating PNG preview files for Git for your PSD files. Any time a PSD file is changed, this tiny git hook will ...

Webshims Lib: A capability-based polyfill-loading library

Webshims Lib is a capability-based polyfill-loading library that focuses on accurately implementing stable HTML5 features. It's built on top of jQuery and Modernizr, with modular feature implementation and ...

Z.js: Turn content invisible

Z.js is a JavaScript file that turns content invisible using Unicode's ZW(N)Js (\u200c, \u200d). There are demos available to show what kinds of situations it's useful in.

Butterfly: Your terminal in your web browser

Butterfly is a web terminal based on websocket and tornado. It's easy to setup and configure, and the look can be completely customized with CSS.

Quink: A rich, web- and mobile-friendly editor

Quink is an open source in-page WYSIWYG HTML editor that's easy to use. It's versatile, extensible, and uses the contenteditable features of modern browsers.