UnCSS: Removed unused styles

UnCSS makes it simple to remove unused styles from your CSS. It supports JavaScript-injected CSS, and will work across multiple files.

Recess: Twitter’s CSS hinter

Recess is a simple code quality tool for CSS, built on top of LESS. It was built by Twitter to support their internal styleguide.

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Pexpect: Python module for spawning child applications

Pexpect is a pure Python module for spawning child applications, controlling them as if a human were typing commands, and responding to expected output patterns. It can be ...

Web Field Manual: Updated code reference for the web

The Web Field Manual code section has been recently updated to reflect evolving web standards. It's a great reference for things like responsive design, grid design, HTML5, and ...

ContentTools: Open source WYSIWYG editor

ContentTools is an open source WYSIWYG editor that can be added to any HTML page. It's collection of libraries are designed to make it easy to edit your ...

Jaws: Server-less application framework

Jaws is a serverless application framework that aims to allow for infinite scalability, and is built entirely of AWS Lambda Functions. It's quick to get started and cheap ...

Show me the React: See React components on any page

Show me the React is an extension that shows you all the React components on a given page. It's available for Chrome or Firefox.

Tabella.js: Responsive tables

Tabella.js gives you pure JavaScript responsive tables. They're touch-enabled and AMD-ready.