A free to add API listing directory,
Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator. It takes a template directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through and Liquid converters, and spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server. This is also the engine behind GitHub Pages, which you can use to host your project’s page or blog right from GitHub.
GitLab is a on-premise or hosted Git repository management tool. It also includes code reviews, issue tracking, wikis, and continuous integration.
DevDocs combines multiple developer documentations in a clean and organized web UI with instant search, offline support, mobile version, dark theme, keyboard shortcuts, and more.
- Fully-functional offline
- Fast, fuzzy search
- Toggle docs on/off
- Multi-version support
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Retina support
- Mobile version
- Dark theme
- Free and open source
Git is a free & open source, distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git tracks changes in any set of computer files, usually used for coordinating work among collaborators.
The Odin Project is one of those "What I wish I had when I was learning" resources. Not everyone has access to a computer science education or the funds to attend an intensive coding school and neither of those is right for everyone anyway. This project is designed to fill in the gap for people who are trying to hack it on their own but still want a high quality education.
Education should be free and accessible This curriculum itself is free and we tried to link to resources that are themselves free so anyone in the world can use them.
You learn best by actually building The Odin Project curriculum is full of projects that will help you build a strong portfolio of work on Github to fill out your resume.
Motivation is fueled by working with others We're committed to connecting students together so they can stay motivated and learn faster.
Open source is best Our curriculum and website are available on Github and we encourage students to actually contribute to the project itself!
Origin of The Odin Project
The Odin Project provides a free open source coding curriculum that can be taken entirely online. Since it’s inception, it has helped many students get hired as developers and has assisted countless others learn enough programming to work on their own personal projects.
Founded in 2013 by Erik Trautman, The Odin Project is now sponsored by Thinkful, a new type of technology school that provides 1-on-1 learning through its network of industry experts, hiring partners, and online platform to deliver a structured and flexible education. The Odin Project is maintained and continually improved by a team of volunteers, many of whom learned to code with us.
Toggl Track data brings clarity around profitability and helps you get more done.
Toggl Track works where you do Online, offline, or on-the-go... we have an app for that! The best part? Your data instantly syncs across all apps and devices.
WEB & DESKTOP APP Easy one-click and background tracking that fits seamlessly into your workflow, so you can stay focused on the important stuff
MOBILE APP A streamlined app for when you’re on-the-go: track time with just one tap and use shortcuts to quickly add projects and tags
BROWSER EXTENSIONS A so-simple browser extension that works wherever you do: start the timer directly from Gmail, Asana, Zendesk, or almost anywhere else
ONE-CLICK TIMERS Track time across the web app, desktop app, mobile app, or browser extension - with one click! All your entries will sync automatically.
BACKGROUND TRACKING Auto-track every application or website you use for more than 10 seconds with our Timeline feature - then turn that data into time entries.
CALENDAR INTEGRATION Turn your calendar events into time entries with just one tap on Toggl’s mobile apps and really see where your time goes!
AUTO TRACKER For the forgetful among us, set up Toggl Track to trigger time entry suggestions based on the software you're currently using.
REPORTING Powerful reporting to reveal actionable insights
OVER 100+ APP INTEGRATIONS Toggl Track's browser extensions allow you to start the timer directly from online tools like Asana, Todoist, Trello and more. With features like the Pomodoro Timer, idle detection, and tracking reminders, it’s the ultimate tool to help you stay focused on work.
Currently available on Chrome and Firefox.
A free and open source web browser descended from the Mozilla Application Suite. Firefox is highly extensible, with thousands of third-party add-ons available.
Firefox version 60+ (Quantum) is presently faster than Google Chrome and use less memory than Chrome. Compare to previous versions of Firefox, the Quantum version is twice as fast, promote parallelism, and has more intuitive user interface.
This repository contains a build file to generate FLOSS release binaries of Microsoft's Visual Studio Code - Open Source ("Code - OSS") project, the open source core of the proprietary Visual Studio Code.
Microsoft's downloads of Visual Studio Code are licensed under this not-FLOSS license and contain telemetry/tracking. According to this comment from a Visual Studio Code maintainer:
When we [Microsoft] build Visual Studio Code, we do exactly this. We clone the vscode repository, we lay down a customized product.json that has Microsoft specific functionality (telemetry, gallery, logo, etc.), and then produce a build that we release under our license.
When you clone and build from the vscode repo, none of these endpoints are configured in the default product.json. Therefore, you generate a "clean" build, without the Microsoft customizations, which is by default licensed under the MIT license This repo exists so that you don't have to download+build from source. The build scripts in this repo clone Microsoft's vscode repo, run the build commands, and upload the resulting binaries to GitHub releases. These binaries are licensed under the MIT license. Telemetry is enabled by a build flag which we do not pass.
A color picker and color scheme creation tool.
Features: Create palettes from images , Color scheme creation tools , Fast color picking , Magnification , Colors automatically named - Closest color name is found using CIE94 color difference function, which is closer to the way humans interpret color differences, than difference of red, green and blue color amounts.
Export to following formats: Inkscape/Gimp Palette (.gpl) , Adobe Swatch Exchange (.ase) , Alias/WaveFront Material (*.mtl)
Import from following formats: Inkscape/Gimp Palette (.gpl) , Adobe Swatch Exchange (.ase)
Picked colors can be copied to clipboard in multiple formats Hexadecimal notation - #rrggbb , Functional RGB notation - rgb(red, green, blue) , Functional HSL notation - hsl(hue, saturation, lightness)
Custom conversions can be done, but requires some Lua language knowledge. Oversampling with five falloff types. Multiple pixel values are averaged to help picking colors from sources with noise, patterns and etc, where each pixel is different and overall color is produced by different amounts of particular color Mix two or more colors using variable number of steps and different mixing types. Create lightness and/or saturation variations. Create harmonious colors. Create color schemes.