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Bookmarks tagged with “code”

150 bookmarks by garrettc


Bundle Buddy

"Visualizing what code is in your web bundle, and how it got there."

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The Code Review Pyramid

“When it comes to code reviews, it’s a common phenomenon that there is much focus and long-winded discussions around mundane aspects like code formatting and style, whereas important aspects (does the code change do what it is supposed to do, is it performant, is it backwards-compatible for existing clients, and many others) tend to get less attention.”

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Playable Quotes for Game Boy

"This project offers the ability to create and share playable quotes of Game Boy games. A playable quote is a durable, delimited reference to a specific moment in a game along with a reference recording of how that moment can play out."

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djangosnippets

"[…] a site for users of the Django web framework to come together and share useful "snippets" of reusable code."

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An Accessible Current Page Navigation State

"Design and technical considerations behind the icon that indicates what page you're currently on."

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MovieLens

GroupLens Research has collected and made available rating data sets from the MovieLens web site ( The data sets were collected over various periods of time, depending on the size of the set.)

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Octopus Holdings

What can an octopus hold?

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How to Review Code You Don't Understand

"Most of the time I feel pretty good about giving and receiving code review. However, there’s still a situation that comes up frequently enough that it causes me a good amount of doubt and stress - reviewing code that I don’t understand."

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repl.it

"Powerful and simple online compiler, IDE, interpreter, and REPL. Code, compile, and run code in 30+ programming languages"

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AWS Cloud9

A cloud-based integrated development environment (IDE) that lets you write, run, and debug your code with just a browser.

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CSS Generator Tool

A CSS Generator Tool to demonstrate and quickly generate many different handy CSS declarations.

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A Human-Readable Interactive Representation of a Code Library

"A how-it-works-style research prototype for understanding a code library."

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BASIC Engine

"The BASIC Engine is a very low-cost single-board home computer with advanced 2D color graphics and sound capabilities, roughly comparable to late-1980s or early-1990s computers and video game consoles. It can be built at home without special skills or tools and using readily available components for under 10 Euros in parts, or mass-produced for even less."

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React Starter Kit

Learn React with our free 5-part video course with interactive code examples

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The Languages Which Almost Became CSS

The history of all the languages which almost became CSS and the development of the styled web.

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BenjaminBenBen - CSS analyzer

"I was working with a large css codebase and wanted to see if our rules were becoming more specific as the css source grew, so I built css.benjaminbenben.com to look at how css rules are applied to a page."

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coala - Code Analysis Made Easy

coala provides a common command-line interface for linting and fixing all your code, regardless of the programming languages you use.

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logfmt

A key=value log format whose output is readable by a human or a computer, while at the same time not being absolutely optimal for either.

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waffle.io Project Management

GitHub-powered work tracking for teams and open source.

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Coding like Shakespeare: practical function naming conventions

"Code is prose. Clear and meaningful prose is easy to read and follow. Everyone enjoys reading such prose. The same quality should apply to source code. The way developer express his thoughts through a programming language is important. Writing code is communication: with your teammates and yourself. "

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Tron 2.0 - Creating a Visual Language of Scale

Mapzen create their own in-house map style, with particular reference to scaling.

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Quantity Queries

A quantity query is a complex CSS selector that allows styles to be applied to elements based on the number of siblings.

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PlotDevice

Create 2D graphics and animations with Python

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Input™

A font system for technical design by @djrrb from @fontbureau. Free for private use.

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RegExr : Create & Test Regular Expressions

RegExr is an online tool to learn, build, & test Regular Expressions (RegEx / RegExp).

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sebsauvage.net- Snyppets - Python snippets

Miscellaneous Python code snippets, recipes, mini-guides, links, examples, tutorials and ideas.

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What does this symbol mean in PHP?

Very useful curated list on Stack Overflow. Saves having to wade through the documentation

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OS X Quick Look plugins for developers

Preview source code, md, json, csv, patch, etc.

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Prism

A lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter.

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Building Custom Blocks with Drupal 7

Simple step by step instructions.

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Drupal Commerce Add To Cart Form Tweaks / Registration Improvements

Couple of examples of modifying the default Drupal Commerce suite behaviour.

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Rosetta Code

A programming chrestomathy, presenting solutions to the same task in as many different languages as possible, to demonstrate how languages are similar and different.

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W3Clove

Site-wide markup validation tool.

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