1 • A kickass library to manage your poppers

Common examples of poppers are tooltips and popovers. This version supports a plugin system to add behaviours.

2 • Awesome Python Books

3 • ElasticSearch – Easy & Flexible Alerting

ElastAlert is a simple framework for alerting on anomalies, spikes, or other patterns of interest from data in Elasticsearch.

At Yelp, we use Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana for managing our ever increasing amount of data and logs. Kibana is great for visualizing and querying data, but we quickly realized that it needed a companion tool for alerting on inconsistencies in our data. Out of this need, ElastAlert was created.

If you have data being written into Elasticsearch in near real time and want to be alerted when that data matches certain patterns, ElastAlert is the tool for you. If you can see it in Kibana, ElastAlert can alert on it.

4 • Flexbox Patterns

A collection of patterns useful when using Flexbox CSS.

5 • HowToBeAProgrammer – Free Book

6 • Javascript string manipulation library

A javascript string manipulation library without npm dependencies.

7 • Javascript Style Guide

A living styleguide made easy.

8 • New Technology Every Week 2016

I have taken a challenge to learn a new technology every week in 2016. The goal is to learn a new technology, build a simple application using it, and blog about it.

9 • React and React Native apps – Control, Monitor, Instrument from TTY

Control, monitor, and instrument your React DOM and React Native apps. From the comfort of your TTY. Looks like CSS-Tricks.

10 • Swift Summary

Apple’s documentation is great for learning Swift, but who’s got the time to read all that? 🙂

This summary cuts to the chase. It is directly written on the Playgrounds platform, which makes it very interactive. You can tinker around with it as much as you like!