Techy - The geeky way of writing -
I love Markdown and I can turn it to a beautifully looking HTML layouts. I’m build and distributed as a Node.js module. Gulp.js and AbsurdJS are the base that I’m staying on. If you do not want to use a database to store your content, I can help you. Write everything in Markdown format, and I’ll convert it to HTML.
Permit.js Demo -
Permit.js is a jQuery plugin that makes building interactive, multi-state prototypes for websites and apps easy.
DOM Templating Engine for jQuery -
CutJS is lightweight, fast and interactable 2D HTML5 rendering engine for game development, it is open-source, cross-platform and compatible with modern browsers and mobile devices. CutJS is a Canvas library inspired by DOM and jQuery with a new concept called pinning introduced instead of styling.
AngularHotkeys.js | Keyboard shortcuts for your angular apps -
Opencall - Open Source Call Tracking Software -
Call tracking is a method of monitoring inbound phone calls. It allows you to record conversations, track key statistics such as caller id, call duration, call source and streamline your sales, customer service and marketing.
Brick. Webfonts that actually look good. -
In the age of the Internet, we’ve found ourselves in yet another typographic battle. In an effort to speed up loading times, we’ve compressed fonts, and along the way, we’ve lost the majority of the quality of rendered type.
Let’s change that. The fonts served by Brick are clones of the original, converted without modification to WOFF format for high quality rendering and fast loading across all modern browsers.
Gumby - A Flexible, Responsive CSS Framework — Gumby - A Flexible, Responsive CSS Framework - Powered by Sass
BOOTFLAT is an open source Flat UI KIT based on Bootstrap 3.1.0 CSS framework. And, for the designers, we offer a free PSD Download. It provides a faster, easier and less repetitive way for web developers or designers to create elegant web apps.
WebScaleSQL | "We're Gonna Need A Bigger Database" -
WebScaleSQL is a collaboration among engineers from several companies that face similar challenges in running MySQL at scale, and seek greater performance from a database technology tailored for their needs.