1 – p-e-w/maybe:
See what a UNIX program does before deciding whether you really want it to happen.
- A preview of what will happen if you initiate a program.
2 – jgthms/BULMA:
Modern CSS framework based on Flexbox
- Flexbox is a CSS layout grid mode providing for arrangement of elements on the page
- This is in early, but active development
3 – AriaFallah/WebpackTutorial:
A simple webpack tutorial
This is for the people like me who’s first intro to webpack was a repository similar to:
While these repositories are very well put together, they aren’t necessarily the best learning tools. In my case, I got pretty confused trying to understand what was going on, and scrapped together my understanding from a lot of scattered resources.
I hope that this tutorial can make Webpack easy to learn.
Source: WebPack Tutorial – Part 1
4 – buckket/twtxt:
Decentralised, minimalist microblogging service for hackers.
So you want to get some thoughts out on the internet in a convenient and slick way while also following the gibberish of others? Instead of signing up at a closed and/or regulated microblogging platform, getting your status updates out with twtxt is as easy as putting them in a publicly accessible text file. The URL pointing to this file is your identity, your account. twtxt then tracks these text files, like a feedreader, and builds your unique timeline out of them, depending on which files you track. The format is simple, human readable, and integrates well with UNIX command line utilities.
5 – bevacqua/Dragula:
Drag and drop so simple it hurts
Browser support includes every sane browser and IE7 (polyfilled…)
6 – github/Scientist!:
A Ruby library for carefully refactoring critical paths.
- Permissions help for large web apps
- Testing for refactoring
7 – mjmlio/mjml:
MJML: the only framework that makes responsive-email easy
- Markup language for coding responsive email
- Translates code into responsive html
8 – pkmital/tensorflow_tutorials:
From the basics to slightly more interesting applications of Tensorflow