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pycrumbs - Bits and bytes of Python from the Internet

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Bits and bytes of Python from the Internet

react-faq - A collection of links to help answer your questions about React.js

  •    Javascript

This guide aims to pull together quality content about React core concepts into a central location for quick reference. Remember we're all learning. Read, Try, Mess Up (it's okay).




awesome_bot - :white_check_mark: Validate links in awesome projects

  •    Ruby

awesome_bot checks for valid URLs in a file, it can be used to verify pull requests updating a README. You can check multiple files (comma separated or * pattern, look below for details).

broken-link-checker - Find broken links, missing images, etc in your HTML.

  •    Javascript

Find broken links, missing images, etc in your HTML. Node.js >= 0.10 is required; < 4.0 will need Promise and Object.assign polyfills.


DotNetNuke® Links

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DotNetNuke® Links is a basic module used for displaying navigational links on your DNN site.

JumpLaunch

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Did you ever wondered where is the quick launch bar in Windows 7? JumpLaunch is a missing link between taskbar and user. It is a simple program that can display quick launch shortcuts in a jump list. Just "pin" it to the taskbar and it is ready to use.

check-links - Robustly checks an array of URLs for liveness. Extremely fast ⚡

  •    Javascript

Robustly checks an array of URLs for liveness. For each URL, it first attempts an HTTP HEAD request, and if that fails it will attempt an HTTP GET request, retrying several times by default with exponential falloff.

symfony-certification-preparation-list - List of topic-specific resources to help you prepare for Symfony certification

  •    HTML

When looking for a guide to prepare myself for a Symfony certification, I couldn't find a lot. So I've decided to start this project to help people find everything they need. Please help add new links/info. We currently have not all topics covered. For more information refer to the Contributing page.

AttributedTextView - Easiest way to create an attributed UITextView (with support for multiple links and from html)

  •    Swift

Easiest way to create an attributed UITextView (with support for multiple links and html). In interfacebuilder put an UITextView on the canvas and set the base class to AttributedTextView and create a referencing outlet to the a property in your viewController. In the samples below we have called this property textView1. Always assign to the attributer property when you want to set something.

understanding-math - Links to resources talking about how to understand mathematics, mathematical language and mathematical notation

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Links to resources talking about "the mathematical language" and how to overcome problems encountered when reading, writing, interpreting and listening to mathematics.

rel-to-abs - Convert relative URLs to absolute URLs given an HTML source

  •    Javascript

Convert relative URLs to absolute URLs given an HTML source

links - Experimental content sharing and collaboration platform.

  •    Javascript

Experimental content sharing and collaboration platform.You start writing and get a public link. You send that link to someone and they see your content. As soon as they start editing themselves they get their own link which they can share again.

gh-readme-scrape - a CLI to bulk download URLs (images/pdfs/etc) from GitHub readmes

  •    Javascript

A small CLI which scrapes GitHub readme pages for links and images of a certain file type, and then bulk downloads them into a destination folder.

link-hijacker - Hijack clicks on and within links, probably for client-side routing

  •    Javascript

Hijack clicks on and within links, probably for client-side routing.Imagine you're using client-side routing on your website, because you live in The Future. You want nice, smooth, fast client-side routing whenever a link points to a client-side route (regardless of whether the code author remembered this). And you want a regular old page transition whenever a link does not point to a client-side route. The easiest way to do this would be to use regular <a> elements all over your site, for both of these types of links. That would be convenient, and also wouldn't force you or others to pay attention to which links should do client-side routing and which ones should not. That seems like a better situation than, for example, using a special component to distinguish between regular and client-side links.

jquery-externalize - Externalize is a JavaScript solution (read: jQuery plugin) which unobtrusively adds external window creation to a bunch of links

  •    Javascript

Externalize is a jQuery plugin which unobtrusively adds external window creation to a bunch of links. It’s ridiculously small (< 1kB g’zipped). In the past I used XHTML 1.0 Strict which prohibited the target attribute. Whenever I had a client who wanted to open some links in a new window, I told them this, and I really did not want to switch to ugly Transitional doctypes. But most of the time they insisted on new windows, so I created a solution written in JavaScript which eventually became the one in this repository.