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  • Atom Atom

    At GitHub, we're building the text editor we've always wanted. A tool you can customize...

  • Nanobar.js Nanobar.js

    Very very lighweight progress bars (~725bytes gzipped). No jQuery needed. For iE8+ an...

  • Waffle Waffle

    A visual representation of your GitHub repo issues states.

  • Bitcoin Icon Set Bitcoin Icon Set

    We have a huge free Bitcoin icon set for you. The set contains 100 icons and comes in S...

  • Stackicons Stackicons

    Stackicons are icon fonts for the web, designed to do more — with multiple button shape...

  • Adding Pace To Wordpress Adding Pace To Wordpress

    Add pace.js to your WordPress theme. Pace.js adds a loading element to your site to giv...

  • Leaf-require Leaf-require

    A browser library allows you to use nodejs style sync require without precompile.

  • Butterfly Butterfly

    Butterfly your everyday terminal in your web browser

  • Custom Nginx Directory Index Custom Nginx Directory Index

    Custom Nginx Indexer — using nginx “HttpAdditionModule” with custom html, css and FamFa...

  • Speedtest-Cli Speedtest-Cli

    Command line interface for testing internet bandwidth using speedtest.net

  • tqdm tqdm

    Add a progress meter to your loops in a second with this small Python library. Instantl...

  • Record Speedtest.net Results From the Command Line Record Speedtest.net Results From the Command Line

    Log results from speedtest-cli to a file. Handy for getting a grip on times of the day ...

  • Big List of Sublime Text Themes Big List of Sublime Text Themes

    A lot of Sublime Text themes, not color schemes, but themes. Some include color schemes...

  • Sublime Text Cheat Sheet for Ruby on Rails Sublime Text Cheat Sheet for Ruby on Rails

    Downloadable (PDF/JPEG) Cheat Sheet for Sublime Text for Ruby & Ruby on Rails Development.

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.