1. akoenig/imacss


"pronunciation: imax – An application and library that transforms image files to data URIs (rfc2397) and embeds them into a single CSS file as background images.

2. atom/vim-mode

atom vim-mode

" Package is experimental – Provides vim modal control for Atom, ideally blending the best of vim and Atom.

3. atom/welcome

atome – welcome

“Opens a welcome editor with helpful information the very first time Atom is opened.”##atom/welcome

4. balanced/balanced-dashboard



Welcome to the Balanced Dashboard.

As an open company we want to put as much of our company in the public view as possible. We’re creating our new dashboard as a javascript application that anyone can fork, comment on, contribute to, or generally tinker with."

5. carlosgaldino/alfred-emoji-workflow

Alfred 2 – Emoji codes and Symbols

"Search Emoji codes and symbols using Alfred 2

This simple workflow lets you search emoji codes and their symbols.

6. daneden/animate.css


"Just-add-water CSS animation – animate.css is a bunch of cool, fun, and cross-browser animations for you to use in your projects. Great for emphasis, home pages, sliders, and general just-add-water-awesomeness.

7. documentcloud/docsplit


Docsplit is a command-line utility and Ruby library for splitting apart
documents into their component parts: searchable UTF–8 plain text, page
images or thumbnails in any format, PDFs, single pages, and document
metadata (title, author, number of pages…)

8. ernesto-jimenez/slackline


“Share channels between Slack accounts! We are big fans of [Slack] and have been using it for a while now. Our friends at Vizzuality started using it recently and we missed not being able to speak with them, so I just created a quick service to link two channels from two Slack organizations.”

9. git-ftp/git-ftp


This application is licenced under GNU General Public License, Version 3.0
Follow this project on twitter @gitftp


Git powered FTP client written as shell script.


I use git-ftp for my script based projects, mostly PHP. Most of the low-cost web hosting companies do not provide SSH or git support, but only FTP.

10. harelba/q

q – Treating Text as a Database


Have you ever stared at a text file on the screen, hoping it would have been a database so you could ask anything you want about it? I had that feeling many times, and I’ve finally understood that it’s not the database that I want. It’s the language – SQL.

11. hpique/Haneke



"A lightweight zero-config image cache for iOS. Haneke resizes images and caches the result on memory and disk. Everything is done in background, allowing for fast, responsive scrolling. Asking Haneke to produce, cache and display an appropiately sized image is as simple as:

[imageView hnk_setImageFromFile:path];


12. kbhomes/google-music-mac

Google Music for Mac

Google Music for Mac

Turn Google Music into a separate, beautiful application compatible with your Mac’s media keys and including support for notifications.

Maintained by Sajid Anwar. Originally created by James Fator at JamesFator/GoogleMusicMac.

No affiliation with Google."

13. kni-labs/rrssb

"Ridiculously Responsive Social Sharing Buttons

Ridiculously Responsive Social Sharing Buttons

Love them or hate them social sharing buttons appear to be with us for a while. It seemed like we were constantly making custom buttons for every single project, so we decided to create a super flexible system that would work in any container.

14. lhartikk/ArnoldC


"Programming language based on the one-liners of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

15. [liabru/matter-js](http://bit.ly/1fw9v3P


"Matter.js is a 2D rigid body physics engine for the web written in JavaScript (yes, another).

15. mattt/Ono

Ono (斧)

A sensible way to deal with XML & HTML for iOS & Mac OS X

Ono (斧) means ‘axe’, in homage to Nokogiri (鋸), which means ‘saw’.
Whoa. I didn’t expect an XML parsing library to garner so much interest so quickly. I’ll work to have something production-worthy (CocoaPod, Documentation, Tests) by the end of the week. — Mattt"

16. neovim/neovim



Vim is a powerful text editor with a big community that is constantly growing. Even though the editor is about two decades old, people still extend and want to improve it, mostly using vimscript or one of the supported scripting languages.

17. pksunkara/octonode


octonode is a library for nodejs to access the github v3 api"


18. robotlolita/fuck-you

Fuck You


A rage-y way of killing yo processes."

Well we all know the rage part, all right.



"What is this? New to the command-line world? Or just a little rusty? Or, like me, you can’t always remember the arguments to lsof or tar? Maybe it doesn’t help that the first option explained in man tar is:

19. sharelatex/sharelatex


ShareLaTeX is now open source! ShareLaTeX is an online real-time collaborative LaTeX editor, and you can now run your own local version where you can host, edit, collaborate in real-time, and compile your LaTeX documents. We’re still 100% focused on running the hosted version at http://www.sharelatex.com, but we want to be more flexible in how you can use ShareLaTeX, and give something back to our wonderful community.

20. twbs/ratchet

Ratchet v2.0.0

“Build mobile apps with simple HTML, CSS, and JS components.”

Note: There were a couple of Android apps I skipped over, as they are not in the purvue of this blog. It is worth signing up and spending some quality time at [GitHub}(https://github.com)