Galileo: Shell search for your GitHub repos

Galileo is a RubyGem that lets you search your starred GitHub repos from the shell. From there, it's incredibly easy to use, without a bunch of configuration options.

Pixate: Native iOS styles with stylesheets

Pixate is a free framework that lets you style your native iOS views with stylesheets, making it easier to create powerful, engaging user experiences. It includes the Freestyle ...

Easily Create Grids & Guides with Photoshop's GuideGuide Extension - only $5!

Math can make your head hurt. Especially when you're trying to build a responsive grid or measure columns. But with GuideGuide, you can save your brain cells, along ...

Fit.js: Fit things into other things

Fit.js is a simple script that lets you fit things into other things. You can specify how things should fit, including alignment and automatically resizing an element when ...

jsMini: Online minifier for JavaScript and jQuery

If you want to minify your JavaScript or jQuery files quickly and easily, turn to jsMini. Just copy and paste your source code, select whether you want basic ...

Args.js: More flexible functions without spaghetti code

Args.js makes it easier to write functions with optional parameters, default parameters, named parameters, parameter groups, and more. It will even automatically trigger exceptions if a function is ...

CodePlayer: Watch your code like a movie

If you've ever wanted to share the solution to a coding problem with someone, or maybe wanted insight into someone's thought process as they were solving a coding ...

Git-ftp: A git-powered FTP client

Git-ftp is a git-powered FTP client written as a shell script, perfect for your script-based projects. It detects which files have changed, and only uploads those files, unlike ...

EasyStar.js: Asynchronous pathfinding with JavaScript

If you build HTML5 games or other interactive content, then be sure to check out EasyStar.js for asynchronous pathfinding in JavaScript. You can set all sorts of parameters ...