Jarvis: Python Debugging is Cool
Jarvis[http://madlag.github.com/jarvis/] Jarvis is a Python coding companion. Point it to a python function, and it will execute it. As soon as you change and save your code, Jarvis will detect it, and will rerun the function. If an exception is raised, it will be displayed in the error panel. If you insert some debugging statements in your code, they will be displayed in the debug panel.
Flask: Micro Web Framework with a Big Heart
Flask[http://flask.pocoo.org/] Flask is a microframework for Python based on Werkzeug and Jinja2. It’s intended for getting started very quickly and was developed with best intentions in mind.
KSS: Towards a Well Documented CSS
Knyle Style Sheets[http://warpspire.com/kss/] Inspired by TomDoc, KSS attempts to provide a methodology for writing maintainable, documented CSS within a team. Specifically, KSS is a documentation specification and styleguide format. It is not a preprocessor, CSS framework, naming convention, or specificity guideline. Purpose KSS is a set of guidelines to help you produce an HTML styleguide...
Phalcon: Keen Sighted PHP Framework
Phalcon[http://phalconphp.com] Phalcon is an open source, full stack framework for PHP 5 written as a C-extension providing high performance. You don’t need learn or use C language, the functionality is exposed as PHP classes you can use any time. Phalcon is also loose coupled thus you can select specific parts of the framework for your development. Phalcon is not only about performance,...
SEDA: An Architecture for Scale →
SEDA is an acronym for staged event-driven architecture, and decomposes a complex, event-driven application into a set of stages connected by queues. This design avoids the high overhead associated with thread-based concurrency models, and decouples event and thread scheduling from application logic. By performing admission control on each event queue, the service can be well-conditioned to load,...
Kinesis: Gesture your Browser now
Flatiron: Web Lying flat on Nodejs
Nodejs Migrator Bot: Move made easy →
Wondering what am I going to do with my 0.6 nodejs apps?!? Well, you could try the node-migrator-bot.
Prose: Helping with Github Markdowns
Prose[http://prose.io/] Prose is a web-based interface for managing text-based content in your GitHub repositories. Use it to create, edit, and delete files, and save your changes directly to GitHub. Prose is great for making quick updates to your code or managing your blog. Prose pays special attention to Jekyll sites hosted on GitHub Pages with Markdown text preview and syntax reference....
Capybara: A Testing Rodent but Large
Capybara[https://github.com/jnicklas/capybara] Tired of clicking around in your browser trying to make sure your applications work as expected? Capybara is a library written in the Ruby programming language which makes it easy to simulate how a user interacts with your application. Capybara can talk with many different drivers which execute your tests through the same clean and simple interface....
Asgard: Thunder out of Netflix
Asgard[http://netflix.github.com/asgard/] Asgard is a web-based graphical and REST interface for application deployments and cloud management in Amazon Web Services (AWS). Asgard was the home of the Norse gods of thunder and lightning, and it’s where you go to control things in the cloud. Netflix has been using Asgard for cloud deployments since early 2010. It was initially named the...
Ratchet: Websockets for PHP
Ratchet[http://socketo.me/] Ratchet is a component library for PHP that provides developers with the tools to create real time, bi-directional applications between clients and servers. This is not your Grandfather’s Internet. Fast & Easy Write your own chat (aka “Hello World!” for sockets) application in a matter of minutes. After understanding “the new flow”...
Ceylon: Say more, more clearly
Ceylon[http://ceylon-lang.org/] Ceylon has a powerful static type system that prevents many bugs while letting you express more, more easily: union types, intersection types, higher order functions, mixin inheritance, and enumerated types. Ceylon controls complexity with clarity. The language eschews magical implicit features with ambiguous corner cases. The compiler follows simple, intuitive...
POCO: C++ Coconuts full of Iron
Poco[http://pocoproject.org] Modern, powerful open source C++ class libraries and frameworks for building network- and internet-based applications that run on desktop, server and embedded systems.
Kafka: PubSub framework for Java Pubbers
Kafka[https://github.com/kafka-dev/kafka] Apache Kafka is a distributed publish-subscribe messaging system. It is designed to support the following Persistent messaging with O(1) disk structures that provide constant time performance even with many TB of stored messages. High-throughput: even with very modest hardware Kafka can support hundreds of thousands of messages per second. Explicit...
Lago: Load Generator from Twitter
Lago[http://twitter.github.com/iago/] First of all, Iago is primarily a load generation library. It is designed to be used by software engineers who have some familiarity with a JVM language such as Java or Scala. While it’s possible to use Iago as a stand-alone load testing application, this is not its strong suit today and you will probably be happier with other tools if that is what you...
Gyp: Replacing Waf for Nodejs
Gyp[https://github.com/TooTallNate/node-gyp] node-gyp is a cross-platform command-line tool written in Node.js for compiling native addon modules for Node.js, which takes away the pain of dealing with the various differences in build platforms. It is the replacement to the node-waf program which is removed for node v0.8. If you have a native addon for node that still has a wscript file, then you...
Nodejs 0.8.0 Released →
Node got a lot faster. Node got more stable. You can do stuff with file descriptors again. The cluster module is much more awesome. The domain module was added. The repl is better. The build system changed from waf to gyp.
Trystack: An OpenStack Sandbox →
How do I get an account? For now, we’ve worked to make the process as simple as possible: Just join our Facebook Group and we’ll manually create your account and send you the details. (We hear you about Facebook and we’re working on adding other alternatives, too.) Once your request is approved, you will get a private message from the TryStack Facebook account that contains a...
DevStack: Keep Openstack ready on Desk →
A documented shell script to build complete OpenStack development environments.