via @codylindley “A visual way to understand CSS specificity.”
“Fast and beautiful maps”
A handy, search-driven CSS reference for properties and values
“Yeoman is a robust and opinionated client-side stack, comprised of tools and frameworks that can help developers quickly build beautiful web applications. We take care of providing everything needed to get started without any of the normal headaches associated with a manual setup.”
Beautifully crafted timelines that are easy, and intuitive to use. TimelineJS can pull in media from different sources. It has built in support for: Twitter, Flickr, Google Maps, YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Wikipedia, SoundCloud and more media types in the future.
Creating one is as easy as filling in a Google spreadsheet or as detailed as JSON.
“Did you ever test strings for unicode compatibility? Ever looked for inspiration and found the whole Unicode table? Create your own shiny, random, any-size, pre-defined or custom tailored, Unicode strings here. Search no more, this is your full service Unicode test string generator.”
“A reworking of the first two examples of “The Cicada Principle and Why It Matters to Web Designers” using CSS gradients. “
This page tests “whether today’s browsers will download stylesheets that are referenced with media queries that would not apply on that browser or device.”
Thee appears to be a lot of download overhead with media queries using link elements.
“A simple rules engine that makes SaaS tools work together.”
A curated collection of data visualization tools “that will make your life easier creating meaningful and beautiful data visualizations.”
via @drhayes A “light-weight progressive ajax API crafted for flexibility, readability, and a low learning curve after being frustrated with many of the existing request APIs. It also works with Node.js!”
“The iconic font designed for use with Twitter Bootstrap”. 150+ icons
Makes it easy to see how a responsive site will lay out in a number of different screen sizes.
Enter a URLto see how a site renders in a smaller form factor.
“Collect, test, and experiment with interface pattern pairings of CSS & HTML. Pears is an open source WordPress theme, enabling people like you to get your own pattern library up and running quickly.”