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serrghi

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Developer: PHP, ASP.NET + MVC, Java + Android, HTML5, CSS3, JS (jQuery, Backbone.JS ++)

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  • Spin.js Spin.js

    An animated CSS activity indicator with VML fallback. See the example

  • Learn Vim Progressively Learn Vim Progressively

    You want to teach yourself vim (the best text editor known to human kind) in the fastes...

  • LESS CSS LESS CSS

    LESS is a dynamic stylesheet language that extends CSS by adding features such as varia...

  • Beginner's Guide to Pairing Fonts Beginner's Guide to Pairing Fonts

    Pairing fonts can be a challenge. Selecting two or more fonts which work well is one th...

  • Pitchenvy Pitchenvy

    Browse pitch decks from famous companies. Startup pitch presentation gallery & pitch de...

  • SQL Fiddle SQL Fiddle

    An online tool to help in the construction of difficult queries in MYSQL, PostgreSQL, O...

  • ReFiddle ReFiddle

    A tool for generating and testing regular expressions.

  • SQL Injection Cheat Sheet SQL Injection Cheat Sheet

    SQL Injection Cheat sheet: Esp: for filter evasion - by RSnake

  • CSS Style Guides CSS Style Guides

    A helpful article that links to CSS formating guides that will make your code look good...

  • Learning JavaScript Design Patterns Learning JavaScript Design Patterns

    In this book we will explore applying both classical and modern design patterns to the ...

  • Node.js Step by Step Node.js Step by Step

    A great 3 part series on Node.js from the folks at Envato.

  • HybridAuth HybridAuth

    HybridAuth enable developers to easily build social applications to engage website vist...

  • Vim Cheat-Sheet Poster Vim Cheat-Sheet Poster

    A well-designed cheat-sheet for vim users of all experience levels. You can download a ...

  • CrossSlide CrossSlide

    Achieve Ken Burns style transitions with this jQuery plugin.

Tutorials are any resources you learn from.

Examples: an intro to html5 screencast, a pdf about git, photoshop effects tutorials, meta-programming in ruby, lambda calculus, higher-order fixed-point combinators.

Tools are websites, apps or services used -on- your project (indirectly), to aid the process.

Examples: A color scheme generator, email marketing software, usability heat maps, css3 code generators, a downloadable png compressor.

Assets are downloadable files used -in- your projects, usually as code, textures, or images.

Examples: a jquery sticky menu, photoshop brushes, background textures, mvc frameworks, twitter bootstrap, 960 grid system.