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Heimdall - An Application dashboard and launcher

  •    PHP

As the name suggests Heimdall Application Dashboard is a dashboard for all your web applications. It doesn't need to be limited to applications though, you can add links to anything you like. Heimdall is an elegant solution to organise all your web applications. It’s dedicated to this purpose so you won’t lose your links in a sea of bookmarks.

emacs-dashboard - An extensible emacs dashboard

  •    Emacs

An extensible emacs startup screen showing you what’s most important. By default, this will show three lists, recent files and bookmarks and org-agenda items. One more widget is implemented by Dashboard but it’s made optional because of it’s dependency on a third party application, which is `projects` which shows you the list of known projectile projects.

flame - Flame is self-hosted startpage for your server

  •    TypeScript

Flame is self-hosted startpage for your server. Its design is inspired (heavily) by SUI. Flame is very easy to setup and use. With built-in editors it allows you to setup your very own appliaction hub in no time - no file editing necessary.


  •    CSS

A collection of startpages based on popular colorschemes.

yub - yub.js - A command-line for the web

  •    HTML

Yub.js is an extensible client-side web command-line that comes with loads of useful search engines and shortcuts, reusable commands, and lots of other hidden goodies like stopwatches and inline YouTube videos. It also has a flexible API so you can call yub.js commands from anywhere: for example, you can link directly to commands, or access them right from your browser address bar (just set up a single search shortcut pointing at the yub.js API, and get hundreds of other search shortcuts for free). The list of available search engines is completely modular: you can drop in your own list of commonly visited websites by editing or replacing the mods.js file (json). Making your own new commands is easy -- just use the create command (with the name of the new command as an optional argument). Feel free to add your own new functions or extend existing ones by editing functions.js. Oh, and regular expressions are supported everywhere by default.