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github-awesome-autocomplete - :octocat: Add instant search capabilities to GitHub's search bar

  •    Javascript

By working every day on building the best search engine, we've become obsessed with our own search experience on the websites and mobile applications we use. GitHub is quite big for us, we use their search bar every day but it was not optimal for our needs: so we just re-built Github's search the way we thought it should be and we now share it with the community via this Chrome, Firefox and Safari extensions. Algolia provides a developer-friendly SaaS API for database search. It enables any website or mobile application to easily provide its end-users with an instant and relevant search. With Algolia's unique find as you type experience, users can find what they're looking for in just a few keystrokes. Feel free to give Algolia a try with our 14-days FREE trial at Algolia.

melonJS - a fresh & lightweight javascript game engine

  •    CSS

Note that due to the cross-origin request policy implemented in most browsers (that prevents from accessing local files), you will need to either disable this security check (see the tutorial), or better use a "personal" local web server like the grunt connect task that is used for building melonJS (see below for building melonJS).

rtc-everywhere - Cross-everything WebRTC mega-project

  •    Javascript

Sick of the incompatible mess of vendor prefixes, adapters, plugins, extensions, and native modules? rtc-everywhere aims to provide a spec-compliant WebRTC implementation in as many environments as possible. Similar to the specification, but slightly adjusted to have an easier API.




grunt-favicons - Generate favicon.ico and icons for iOS, Android and WP8

  •    Javascript

Generates all known types and sizes icons from PNG image. Uses ImageMagick. Input: square logo in png. You can also keep near the source files with resolution prefix e.g. source.16x16.png.

platform-status - Project Platform Status

  •    Javascript

Platform Status gives developers a cross-platform and cross-browser roadmap for browser features, from standardization and development to release. Not only a channel to raise awareness, it can also drive adoption and improve the vital feedback loop Firefox's platform needs to have with web developers. For most developers it will be a reference to discover and learn, but it has the potential to provide the entry points for radical participation on Mozilla's platform development.Existing web compatibility references, like caniuse focus on cross-browser compatibility but don't cover un-released features and lag behind on features that already shipped. Major browser vendors (Edge, Chrome, Webkit) are publicising their own platform status with references to their bug tracking and bug owners. Similar to Platform Status' goal, Chrome tracks consensus/enthusiasm from other browsers using sources that range from bugs, to IRC logs to tweets.


ember-cli-fxos - Ember-cli add-on for creating Firefox OS applications

  •    Javascript

An ember-cli addon for creating Firefox OS applications

launchpad - NodeJS Browser Launcher

  •    Javascript

Local launchers look up all currently installed browsers (unless limited by LAUNCHPAD_BROWSERS - see below for details) and allow you to start new browser processes.The following browser names are recognized: chrome, firefox, safari, ie, edge, opera, canary, aurora, electron, phantom, nodeWebKit. Not all platforms support all browsers - see platform for details.

persian-twitter - A WebExtension which improves Twitter & TweetDeck user experience for Persian users

  •    CSS

This is a WebExtension that improves user experience of Twitter and TweetDeck for Persian users.The extension is a standard WebExtension and is compatible with both Chrome and Firefox.

sm.js - Communicate with SpiderMonkey from node.

  •    Javascript

Run a SpiderMonkey shell as a node child process. Each method sends a buffered message to SpiderMonkey requesting that it evaluate the corresponding action.

node-firefoxos-cli - Command line development tools for Firefox OS

  •    Javascript

node library + command line tool to perform basic web app development on Firefox OS phones. In the examples folder you could find some code that shows the use of this library, also find below some code examples.

passcards - A 1Password-compatible command-line and web-based password manager

  •    TypeScript

Passcards is a 1Password-compatible password manager for browsers and the command line. It saves logins and other credentials in an encrypted store in Dropbox and enables you to access them from a supported browser (currently Chrome, Firefox or Safari) on any device via a web app or browser extension. The browser extension (currently available for Chrome and Firefox) can auto-fill login forms using saved credentials and quickly add or update logins.

epub-press-clients - 📦 Clients for building books with EpubPress.

  •    Javascript

Easy to use clients for building ebooks with EpubPress. Backend code can be found in haroldtreen/epub-press.

blurts-addon

  •    Javascript

Code for the client-side add-on for Firefox Monitor. Communicates with the blurts-server service.