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Made with React

These guys are just getting started (i.e. there’s only two pages of links), but I like where they’re headed: Made with React is “a collection of websites and applications…

Text A Coder

This seems like a frictionless way to get your next coding project started: Text A Coder Tired of digging around on Upwork or Freelancer for someone to code…

musicForProgramming();

musicForProgramming() reminds me of my I like to code playlist. Go there to find multiple playlists to write code by. Nice interface too. A collaborative series of mixes…

Dropbox Uploader #bashscript with DB backup, Dropbox Upload, and Old File Deletion

I’ve got a couple of databases that I like to backup nightly and upload to my Dropbox. Key to this process is Andrea Fabrizi’s excellent Dropbox Uploader script….

restpack – RESTful utilities as a service

Restpack’s collection of RESTful utilities could be a big help on your next coding project. They provide a growing collection of microservices ready for easy inclusion in your…

Meteor Kitchen

Meteor Kitchen can help you kickstart development on your next Meteor-based project. Meteor Kitchen is a code generator for Meteor.js. Just describe your application in a simple JSON…

mycli – command line db interface

This looks handy: mycli is a command line interface for your DBs with nifty things like auto-completion and syntax highlighting.

What Goes Where: Making Sense of Meteor’s Client/Server Split – Discover Meteor

Sacha Greif helps us understand Meteor’s Client/Server split. One of Meteor’s biggest selling point[s] is the way it blurs the line between client and server. With Meteor, these…

CamanJS – Javascript Image Manipulation

CamanJS is a nice little library for manipulating your images with Javascript: CamanJS is (ca)nvas (man)ipulation in Javascript. It’s a combination of a simple-to-use interface with advanced and…

Meteor Security Checklist – Meteor Club

Meteor Club has published a nice MeteorJS Security Checklist.

The Hacker Shelf 

The Hacker Shelf is a “community-curated collection of free books” with a primary focus on technical, programming topics. I’d recommend a bookmark of this one, could be handy.

hookr.io | The WordPress Hook/API Index

As reported by WP Tavern, Hookr is in beta with a new UI. The next time I’m doing some WordPress coding, I look forward to seeing if I…

Deck of Cards API

If you know how to code, it won’t take you long to grasp how handy this is: Deck of Cards API. It features an interface for: shuffling the…

How to write a WordPress plugin – Francis Yaconiello – Application Programmer

This is one of my favorite resources for writing a WordPress plugin. In his post, Francis Yaconiello, provides a great overview of how to setup a plugin in a…

A Developer’s Guide to Contributing to WordPress Core

Been looking to contribute to WordPress Core, but you don’t know where to start? Ian Jones over at Delicious Brains has written our guide: A Developer’s Guide to…

divmain/GitSavvy – full git and GitHub integration with ST3

Sublime Text 3 plugin providing the following features: basic Git functionality; init, add, commit, amend, checkout, pull, push, etc. inline diff viewing, including quick navigation between modified hunks…

The Joel Test Updated For Programmers

Do you have what it takes to be a good programmer? In the The Joel Test Updated For Programmers, John Sonmez covers twelve skills and concepts important for…

intercooler.js – Simple AJAX using HTML attributes

“Making AJAX as simple as anchor tags” ~ intercooler.js. This might be a nice way to get your hands wet with AJAX functionality.