TQDM: An extensible Python progress meter

TQDM is an extensible Python progress meter. It lets you instantly make your loops show a smart progress meter with very low overhead.

A-Frame: A framework for the virtual reality web

A-Frame is a framework for building things for the virtual reality web. You can use markup to create VR experiences that work across desktop, iPhones, and the Oculus ...

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Dreaming of some breathtaking photographs for your latest project? Or some stellar textures to add some depth to your work? Then stop dreaming and start saving! With this ...

Sharer.js: Create custom social share elements

Sharer.js lets you create custom social share elements on DOM objects. It's a very tiny library (~1.6kb) with no dependencies.

CodeceptJS: Acceptance testing for NodeJS

CodeceptJS offers modern era acceptance testing for NodeJS. It's scenario driven, backend agnostic, and uses an interactive shell.

Colorify.js: Tiny JavaScript color extractor

Colorify.js is a tiny JavaScript color extractor that's simple and customizable. You can use it to extract the dominant color from an image, generate gradients based on the ...

Slap: Terminal-based text editor

Slap is a Terminal-based text editor that is much like Sublime. It includes first-class mouse support, autoindentation, infinite undo/redo, and much more.

Nestor: A programmable slack bot

Nestor is a programmable slack bot that lets you program without any servers. It uses a very simple JavaScript API so you can get your app up and ...

Vuvuzela: Private messaging with hidden metadata

Vuvuzela is a private messaging platform that hides users' metadata. It can scale to millions of users while still keeping metadata private and secure.