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The Noun Project is a vast collection of icons constantly updated by designers across the world. They now have a Mac App which allows for easy integration with all your favorite applications (Adobe CC, Sketch, PowerPoint, Messages, Mail, etc.).
Search over 100,000 icons. The Mac App constantly updates, giving you fresh content every day. ~ The Noun Project for Mac
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 Contributing to WordPress Core In this article I’ll discuss the basics for finding things to work on, how to handle the WordPress source code, how to submit […]
Sheetrock is a jQuery plugin for querying, retrieving, and displaying data from Google Spreadsheets. Use it to load entire sheets or leverage SQL-like queries to treat Google Spreadsheets as a quick-and-dirty JSON datastore. All you need is the URL of a public Google Spreadsheet. It requires no backend code whatsoever—everything is done in the browser. ~ jQuery Sheetrock.
Useful Mac – a resource for making your Mac more useful.
Nice collection of Vim tutorials via @labnol: How to Learn Vim – The Best Tutorials for Vim Beginners.
Exporting SVGs from Illustrator is a slow, laborious process—this script fixes that. The script doesn’t waste your time with GUI or settings you’ll never use. You just run the script, select a location to export and you have your SVGs. We love the concept behind Generator and this script takes a strong cue from it. The script exports any layer, group or path named with the .svg extension. ~ iconic/illustrator-svg-exporter
Our friends at MailChimp have made their eBook on User eXperience available for free:
At MailChimp, we love to show our work—partly because it makes us better at what we do. This ebook is a collection of the most popular articles from our UX Newsletter, along with some exclusive content. It embodies our quest to reflect, refine, and grow. We hope it’ll help you do the same. ~ MailChimp
MINI is “a super-simple naked PHP application, useful for small projects and quick prototypes.”
Building a backend business app? The Flakes framework looks like a great starting place for your interface designs:
Froala, makers of a yet-to-be-released website builder, have released their jQuery based WYSIWYG text editor for inclusion in your projects. Linking to this one as it might come in handy on a project I’m currently working on: WYSIWYG HTML Editor | Free for non-commercial | Froala.