shit for making websites

  1. Screensiz.es

    A screen size chart for common devices. Sortable by Device name, OS, screen size, resolution, PPI, density and popularity.
    http://screensiz.es/

  2. Log – Console.log with Style

    easier writes to console.log that provides colors and formatting. I am deeply in love with this one.
    http://adamschwartz.co/log/

  3. Live editing proof of concept in Firefox and Sublime

    Should be released soon.

  4. Backbone.js

    Backbone’s been around awhile, but it hit 1.0 today. Definitely worth looking at as a framework for larger JS apps.
    http://backbonejs.org/

  5. Superhero.js

    a treasure trove of articles surrounding JavaScript application development.
    http://superherojs.com/

  6. CSS Front-end Frameworks with comparison – By usabli.ca

    A comparison of more CSS Frameworks than you’ll ever care to use in practice. Compares more than 30 front-end frameworks by browser support, the use of less/sass, mobile and tablet support and finally, license.
    http://usablica.github.com/front-end-frameworks/compare.html?v=2.0

  7. PouchDB, the JavaScript Database that Syncs

    PouchDB is a JavaScript library that allows you to store and query data for web applications that need to work offline, and sync with an online database when you are online.
    http://pouchdb.com/

  8. LESS- The Dynamic Stylesheet language

    LESS extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, operations and functions. Everything gets compiled back to CSS on the server side (typically using Node) or client-side JavaScript.
    http://lesscss.org/

  9. bower – a package manager for web

    A simple command-line tool to download components (and their dependencies) for web projects (there are over 1,000 in their registry). Requires Node.
    http://twitter.github.com/bower/

  10. Screenhero – Collaborative Screen Sharing

    2 cursors, 2 keyboards, one remote session. And it’s free.
    http://screenhero.com/

  11. Gather Content

    Help organize and collaborate on content needs for your project and then send it on it’s way via their API.
    https://www.gathercontent.com/

  12. Redacted

    A strange little typeface meant for use during the wireframing/prototyping phase of a project. Redacted is essentially a Lorem Ipsum replacement that renders solid blocks of grey or illegible scribbles instead of legible text.
    https://github.com/christiannaths/Redacted-Font

  13. Handlebars.js: Minimal Templating on Steroids

    A JavaScript implementation of the mustache templating language.
    http://handlebarsjs.com/

  14. Swiftype: Modern full-text search for websites and applications

    An embedded search app for websites that provides great analytics and allows you to easily customize search results for specific queries.
    https://swiftype.com/

  15. Firebase – A scalable real-time backend for your website

    A real-time SaaS backend for apps, accessible entirely from front-end JavaScript
    https://www.firebase.com/

  16. Moment.js – A lightweight javascript date library

    A 5.5kb javascript date library for parsing, validating, manipulating, and formatting dates.
    http://momentjs.com/

  17. lenticular.js – tilt-controlled images

    sort of like tilt (or mouse) controlled animated gifs. fantastic for product demos, etc.
    http://lenticular.attasi.com/#

  18. Online JSON Editor

    A fantastic little JSON editor. Has a left pane for JSON and a right pane for a human-readable view of the data. You can edit either side and push changes back and forth, open from a url, or click save and download the edited file.
    http://jsoneditoronline.org/

  19. Parsley.js – Forms Validation

    A client-side form validator (i.e. for users, not for servers) that let’s you use html data-attributes to trigger form validation, which is to say you don’t have to write any additional JavaScript to make it work.
    http://parsleyjs.org/

  20. Bountify – Crowdsource Small Coding Tasks

    Post a problem and a cash bounty, get back code.
    https://bountify.co/

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