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math-as-code - a cheat-sheet for mathematical notation in code form

This is a reference to ease developers into mathematical notation by showing comparisons with JavaScript code.This guide is not yet finished. If you see errors or want to contribute, please open a ticket or send a PR.

hint.css - A CSS only tooltip library for your lovely websites.

hint.css is written as a pure CSS resource using which you can create cool accessible tooltips for your web app. It does not rely on JavaScript but rather uses aria-label/data- attribute*, pseudo elements, content property and CSS3 transitions to create the tooltips. Also it uses BEM naming convention particularly for the modifiers.

Sandcastle Help File Builder

A standalone GUI and Visual Studio integration package providing full configuration and extensibility for building help files with the Sandcastle tools.

DocProject for Sandcastle

DocProject drives the Sandcastle help generation tools using the power of Visual Studio 2005/2008 and MSBuild. Choose from various Visual Studio project templates that build compiled help 1.x, 2.x, or an ASP.NET help web site for all project references and external sources.

Help Manager for Addon Nice Server 1.0

This is the help engine for Addon Nice Server 1.0 Manages help pages for Addon Nice Server modules. See Addon Nice Server project on codeplex

Sandcastle Assist

Sandcastle Assist project aims to provide a .NET library that will make it easier to use the Sandcastle tool, a documentation compiler for managed libraries from Microsoft.

BizTalk Server 2010 Documenter

This tool creates documentation for a given BTS 2010 installation. It can be run on an ad-hoc basis using the UI or from the command line as a post build/deploy task to create a compiled help file (.chm) or Word document describing a BizTalk installation (C# VS2010)

Package This

Gui app for retrieving content from the MSDN content service and outputting it as a .chm or .hxs help file.

PowerShell Cmdlet and Help Designer

The Cmdlet Designer makes it much easier for teams to concentrate on the design, naming, and consistency of their cmdlets, while also guaranteeing name registration and collision avoidance across a project.

Visual Studio Snippets

A collection of Microsoft(R) Visual Studio snippet.

Windows Workflow Foundation Toys

Attempting to fill in the gaps in regards to Windows Workflow Foundation. This project will be expanding over time as we identify holes in the product that reusable code can fill.

new-command - Simplifies creating CLI programs by combining minimist, show-help, show-version modules

Simplifies creating command-line programs by combining minimist, show-help, show-version modules.

jam3-lesson-module-basics - intro to modular programming for frontend JavaScript

This is a brief intro to modules for modern frontend development. It will introduce Node, npm, and browserify. After this guide, you should be equipped to create your first npm module.In this context, "modular" JavaScript refers to a piece of code that operates independently of the applications which surround it. A "module" — sometimes just a single function — is written, tested, and published in isolation, and often a good candidate for re-use across projects.

jam3-lesson-module-creation - introduction to creating a new npm module

This is a continuation of the module basics lesson. Here we'll learn to write a new module, work with Node's CommonJS syntax, and publish the code to npm.Once you're comfortable with the process, splitting code into its own module becomes trivial. The benefits of reusability and semantic versioning often outweigh the small upfront cost of creating a new module.

jam3-testing-tools - a brief intro to testing tools

This is a brief introduction to some common practices when it comes to testing frontend modules, and test-driven development. The goal is to test while you develop the module, so that you end up with a test for each feature you've added.The first step is to install some global tools that we will use for testing and development. Usually it's recommended to install these tools locally (per-module), but we will get to that a bit later. For now, global tools help us get up and running a bit quicker.

browserify-example - a bare-bones, no-bullshit example of using browserify to dev + build a static demo

This is a bare-bones, no-bullshit example of building a static JavaScript demo with budo and browserify.The demo plays a synth sound with WebAudio and ToneJS.


Uses marked-terminal to render a README.md for any npm module in the terminal.Now with built-in pager! Page up/down, arrow keys to scroll line-by-line, q to quit. I added this because piping to less, even with -r, doesn't work right with ANSI escape codes.