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css-reference - CSS Reference: a free visual guide to the most popular CSS properties

  •    HTML

The content of this project itself is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The underlying source code used to format and display that content is licensed under the MIT license.

typescript-vs-flowtype - Differences between Flowtype and TypeScript -- syntax and usability

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Both TypeScript and Flow are very similar products and they share most of their syntax with some important differences. In this document I've tried to compile the list of differences and similarities between Flowtype and TypeScript -- specifically the syntax, usage and usability. This document might be incomplete and/or contain mistakes and was last updated to describe TypeScript 3.0 and Flow 0.79.1.

pure-bash-bible - 📖 A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes.

  •    Shell

A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes. The goal of this book is to document known and unknown methods of doing various tasks using only built-in bash features. Using the snippets from this bible can help remove unneeded dependencies from scripts and in most cases make them faster. I came across these tips and discovered a few while developing neofetch, pxltrm and other smaller projects.

HEAD - A list of everything that *could* go in the head of your document

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Valid <head> elements include meta, link, title, style, script, noscript, and base. These elements provide information for how a document should be perceived, and rendered, by web technologies. e.g. browsers, search engines, bots, etc.




Front-End-Checklist - 🗂 The perfect Front-End Checklist for modern websites and meticulous developers

  •    Javascript

It is based on Front-End developers' years of experience, with the additions coming from some other open-source checklists. You can contribute to the Front-End Checklist App reading the README_APP file which explain everything about the project.

Front-End-Design-Checklist - 💎 The Design Checklist for Creative Web Designers and Patient Front-End Developers

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The Design Checklist for Front-End Developers is an exhaustive list of elements which can help developers to analyse and understand web designs and ensure the quality of their Front-End development. The Design Checklist for Front-End Developers is an exhaustive list of elements which Web Designers and Front-End Developers need to take into consideration to facilitate their collaboration. The following elements are a mix between known practices and new elements based on a long experience analysing web designs.

Front-End-Performance-Checklist - 🎮 The only Front-End Performance Checklist that runs faster than the others

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Performance is a huge subject, but it's not always a "back-end" or an "admin" subject: it's a Front-End responsibility too. The Front-End Performance Checklist is an exhaustive list of elements you should check or at least be aware of, as a Front-End developer and apply to your project (personal and professional). For each rule, you will have a paragraph explaining why this rule is important and how you can fix it. For more deep information, you should find links that will point to 🛠 tools, 📖 articles or 📹 medias that can complete the checklist.

Java - All Algorithms implemented in Java

  •    Java

Algorithms are implemented in Java. This is for education purpose only. Algorithms include Sorting, Search Algorithms, Dynamic Programming, Ciphers, Data Structures and few more.


VulkanTutorial - Tutorial for the Vulkan graphics and compute API

  •    C++

This repository hosts the contents of vulkan-tutorial.com. The website itself is based on daux.io, which supports GitHub flavored Markdown. A few changes were made to daux.io and its themes, which are included in daux.patch and are licensed as MIT. The patch is based on commit d45ccff. Use issues and pull requests to provide feedback related to the website. If you have a problem with your code, then use the comments section in the related chapter to ask a question. Please provide your operating system, graphics card, driver version, source code, expected behaviour and actual behaviour.

reference - The Rust Reference

  •    Rust

This document is the primary reference for the Rust programming language. This document is not normative. It may include details that are specific to rustc itself, and should not be taken as a specification for the Rust language. We intend to produce such a document someday, but this is what we have for now.

py2rs - A quick reference guide for the Pythonista in the process of becoming a Rustacean

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A quick reference guide for the Pythonista in process of becoming a Rustacean. Ok... watch it later... let's learn some Rust now...

html-reference - HTML Reference: a free guide to all HTML5 elements and attributes

  •    HTML

The content of this project itself is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The underlying source code used to format and display that content is licensed under the MIT license.

python-reference - Python Quick Reference

  •    Jupyter

This is the reference guide to Python that I wish had existed when I was learning the language. This is not written as a full-fledged Python tutorial, though I ordered the topics such that you can read it like a tutorial (i.e., each topic depends only on material preceding it).

python-cheatsheet - Basic Cheat Sheet for Python (PDF, Markdown and jupyter Notebook).

  •    Jupyter

Basic cheatsheet for Python mostly based on the book written by Al Sweigart, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python under the Creative Commons license and many other sources. Long time Pythoneer Tim Peters succinctly channels the BDFL's guiding principles for Python's design into 20 aphorisms, only 19 of which have been written down.

doc - 🦋 Raku documentation (tools and docs)

  •    Raku

An HTML version of this documentation can be found at https://docs.raku.org/ and also at rakudocs.github.io (which is actually updated more frequently). This is currently the recommended way to consume the documentation. in case you want it published somewhere else. You can direct your browser to http://localhost:3000 (or 31415, as the case may be).

KerbalEdit - Take control of your KSP data!

  •    DotNet

Reference application powered by KerbalData. It is built as both an example for developers of KerbalData and as a complete KSP data manager app for end users.

Ring2Park Online

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Ring2Park is a fully working ASP.NET reference application that simulates the online purchase and management of Vehicle Parking sessions. It is developed using the latest ASP.NET MVC 3 patterns and capabilities. It includes a complete set of Application Lifecycle Management (A...

Dependency Finder

  •    DotNet

Dependency Finder is a tool that can help you get an overview of which projects and assemblies are refered and from where. The idea is that you choose a "root" folder. The application then recursivly goes through all the subfolders and find all your project files, .csproj that is

circular-json - JSON does not handle circular references. Now it does

  •    Javascript

Serializes and deserializes otherwise valid JSON objects containing circular references into and from a specialized JSON format. There are no dependencies.






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