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An asynchronous event driven PHP framework for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Supports HTTP, Websocket and other custom protocols. Supports libevent, HHVM.
Just Sample how to use the android design support lib
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Demonstrates Chrome/Firefox download 1GB favicons
TextMate-style syntax highlighting
Blogs about Android
Source code for pbrt, the renderer described in the third edition of "Physically Based Rendering: From Theory To Implementation"
Memory Tracing Software
An experimental minimalist WebBrowser
Propositional Encodings in C++11
BusEvents implementation base RxJava/RxAndroid
A flight simulator for quadrotor drones written entirely in Python.
The perfect web development OS X setup
Exposes CKEditor via friendly Ember Components
Optional function arguments
A graphical view of the relationships between github users.
Domainzter is a self-hosted domain control panel - a simple web app to keep track of domains.
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Remove unused CSS. Also works on single-page apps.
Material Theme, the most epic theme for Sublime Text 3 by Mattia Astorino
Notepad++ official repository
A static analyzer for Java, C and Objective-C
CSS gradient placeholders
Paul Ford’s “What Is Code?”
A lightweight top progress bar
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