1 • golang/go

The Go Programming Language

  • Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
  • For documentation about how to install and use Go, visit https://golang.org/ or load doc/install-source.html in your web browser.
  • Our canonical Git repository is located at https://go.googlesource.com/go. (There is a mirror of the repository at https://github.com/golang/go.)
  • Please report issues here: https://golang.org/issue/new
  • Go is the work of hundreds of contributors. We appreciate your help!
  • To contribute, please read the contribution guidelines: https://golang.org/doc/contribute.html
  • Unless otherwise noted, the Go source files are distributed under the BSD-style license found in the LICENSE file.

2 • outpunk/evil-icons

Evil Icons

Evil Icons

Free ‘plug and play’ set of SVG icons designed specifically for web projects. Available as a Node.js package or a Ruby gem (for Rails). Just use icon names with your templates and styles — and all the rest will be done automagically.


3 • paulrouget/firefox.html


Firefox.html is an experiment, a proof of concept: trying to re-implement the Firefox UI in HTML, as an app (à la B2G).

Screencast & screenshots

Rationale: We are working hard on making HTML fast and rich enough to build a whole operating system (Firefox OS) and a browser (Firefox OS’ browser is built in HTML). Firefox Desktop is built in a different way (XUL). With a UI in HTML leveraging the Browser API, we could drop XUL and close the gap between B2G and Firefox Desktop. And eventually be able to render Firefox Desktop with Servo (which will never support XUL). And maybe, one day, host the Firefox UI online (trusted app?).

4 • dhg/Skeleton


Skeleton is a simple, responsive boilerplate to kickstart any responsive project.

Check out http://getskeleton.com for documentation and details.

5 • JedWatson/touchstonejs


  • Mobile App Framework powered by React.
  • Currently under development, docs will be available soon at touchstonejs.io.
  • Follow @touchstonejs on Twitter for updates.
  • See the touchstone-starter project for example usage.
  • An online demo is available at demo.touchstonejs.io.

6 • redodo/tortilla


Wrapping web APIs made easy.

Tortilla uses a bit of magic to wrap APIs. Whenever you get or call an attribute of a wrapper, the URL is appended by that attribute’s name or method parameter.

7 • teracyhq/wireframe

Teracy Wireframe Kit

This is the Wireframe kit created to help speed up your wireframing process. This kit includes basics UI elements for web, UI elements for Mobile and other devices will be updated in the future.

To use, simply download the Download ZIP button on the right sidebar, unzip and open the .sketch file. It’s recommended to place this file somewhere safe, and duplicate it when you need to create your own layout.

All most every UI elements are converted to Symbol so they can be reused across the projects. Remember to use Duplicate Symbol function so that you can easily customize the element or create your own custom one.

Please refer to this document to learn more about Symbol and how to organize Symbol in Sketch.

Sketch 3.1+ is required

8 • gchp/iota


Iota is a terminal-based text-editor written in Rust..

9 • boltdb/bolt


Bolt is a pure Go key/value store inspired by Howard Chu’s and the LMDB project. The goal of the project is to provide a simple, fast, and reliable database for projects that don’t require a full database server such as Postgres or MySQL.

Since Bolt is meant to be used as such a low-level piece of functionality, simplicity is key. The API will be small and only focus on getting values and setting values. That’s it.

10 • caesar0301/awesome-public-datasets

Awesome Public Datasets

This list of public data sources are collected and tidied from blogs, answers, and user responses. Most of the data sets listed below are free, however, some are not. This list comes from https://github.com/caesar0301/awesome-public-datasets.

Here are the Headings:

  • Climate
  • Economics
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • GeoSpace/GIS
  • Transportation
  • Systems
  • Government
  • Sport
  • Data Challenges
  • Machine Learning
  • Natural Language
  • Image Processing
  • Time Series
  • Social Sciences
  • Titanic Survival Data Set: Complex Networks
  • Computer Networks
  • Museums
  • Public Domains
  • Complementary Collections