Onsen UI 2: Beautiful HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App Framework and Tools


Make beautiful hybrid mobile apps using HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Works with or without any framework including Angular, Meteor, React and Vue. iOS and Android.

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Online regex tester and debugger: PHP, PCRE, Python, Golang and JavaScript

Regex101 allows you to create, debug, test and have your expressions explained for PHP, PCRE, Python, Golang and JavaScript. The website also features a community where you can share useful expressions.

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This site is really handy if you want to test and debug regex statements before committing them to code.

Electron | Build cross platform desktop apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.


Build cross platform desktop apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS

It’s easier than you think

If you can build a website, you can build a desktop app. Electron is a framework for creating native applications with web technologies like JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. It takes care of the hard parts so you can focus on the core of your application.

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This powers the Slack and WordPress.com desktop apps among other things. It was developed by Github and is open source. I hadn’t heard of this until this afternoon, but it certainly seems like something that is worth taking a look at. HT to Dave Winer who’s using it for his new Electric River app.

Combining Posts From Multiple WordPress Sites Using The REST API

This article provides a detailed walkthrough on how to use the REST API to combine posts from multiple WordPress sites. It’s also a good example of how to use JavaScript promises and leverage the browser’s local storage API.

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Microsoft Monaco Editor on Github

The Monaco Editor is the code editor that powers VS Code, a good page describing the code editor’s features is here.

It is licensed under the MIT License and supports IE 9/10/11, Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera.

Find more information at the Monaco Editor Repo.

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