It was a busy month to put it mildly. You should see some of the results soon in a form of a sibling service.
- Turbulenz - The game engine went open source. See also JSter entry.
- Pijs.io - Raspberry Pi + Node.js = Sheer awesomeness as in Pijs.io
- MixItUp - A beautiful filtering and sorting library. JSter entry
- fartscroll.js - Doubles your conversion rates, for a while anyway. JSter entry.
- Polymer - A structured way to build web apps. JSter entry
- lazy.js - Like Underscore, but lazier. JSter entry
- The MEAN Stack: MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and Node.js
- Simpler Web Design with HTML5 Prototyping Services
- Tips for Maintaining an Open-Source Library
- Things I Wish I Were Told About Angular.js
- Fighting crimes with Batman.js - Interview with Nick Small of Shopify
- Building HTML5 Apps with Yeoman and Backbone
- Building a Spreadsheet in 20 Minutes with Angular.js - The first steps towards your own version of Excel
- Building Cross-Browser Extensions with Kango and Backbone
- Building Backbone.js apps with Backlift Part 1: Views and Templates
- Charcoal, the easiest way to create Ember projects
- ExplainJS - View comments and code side by side
- Intern - A promising approach to testing your web app. See also JSter entry
- JSHint 2.0.0
- jQuery Builder - Create a custom build of your favorite(?) library
- Haxe 3.0
- JSON Generator - Perfect for your dummy needs
- The j1k Experience - Superb slides by @BlurSpline
- High Performance Data Visualizations
- Master the CLI with Node
- Epic Citadel - It doesn't get more epic than that. You might remember this demo from iOS and Android devices.
- GitHub ArchiveRoom - Explore your GitHub archive in 3D. How neat is that?
- js1k Spring Demos
- HackerNews frontend for the mobile - Nice work by @premii
- CSS NES - @One_div put a NES in your CSS
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