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Command Line Interface (CLI) is powerful, fast, and allows you to automate tasks that would be slower or not possible at all if you do with its UI counterpart.
This is the list of all the available CLI applications – from a CLI to retrieve football score and download a Youtube video to interact with Facebook and Spotify and many other things.
On this platform, you can find a list of Terminal applications such as Bash ZSH, and Fish, etc. editor applications like VIM, and emacs and other types of editors, package managers, plugins, and a list of community sites.
If you’re looking to learn more on using Terminal and CLIs, you should bookmark this site as a comprehensive learning resource.
A plugin to insert charts intuitively in the WordPress block editor with just a couple of clicks. The plugin supports several types of charts including the Bar, Line, Pie, and Doughnut chart.
A Laravel package to check the textual content on your Laravel application. It can check translations, typos, slang, and can suggest a better writing style. It’s a quite unique linter actually.
An app that allows you to put together different types of real-time data that you’d like to monitor in one single place. You can add, for example, the Bitcoin price, Twitter follower count, currency exchange, AdSense earning, and a lot more.
A tool to benchmark across several different websites to compare their performance. It utilizes Lighthouse under the hood and will generate not only the LCP and FCP but also the accessibility report and the carbon footprint. It’s a great tool if you need to monitor how other websites are doing.
A modern framework-agnostic tool to build a static site. You can use, your favourite framework like React, Vue, Web Components, or just plain old HTML+CSS while Astro will do all the work to compile all these components into a fast static site.
IconVG is Google’s initiative for alternative format for simple small graphics like icons, logos, and emoji which is commonly used on the web. It’s up to 3x smaller compared to SVG and much smaller compared to PNG.
At the time of this writing, this format is experimental; nonetheless, it’s quite exciting to see how this format would be adopted in the future on the web.
A UI kit built on top of Tailwind CSS. What’s unique about DaisyUI is the theme collection. It provides a number of options to choose from as your UI persona besides the traditional dark and light theme.
You can, for example, select the “Retro” theme to change the UI to old-looking colors or “Luxury” to make it more classy.
If it’s been hard to find the right color combination for your mobile app, this handy web application may help. Simply select the color base, it will automatically generate a nice color scheme for the mobile UI.
As the name implies, this is a tool to create an avatar image, a boring one. The tool generates the avatar based on the combination of pattern, colors, and usernames.
It provides 6 types of appearances, 2 shapes, and 3 sizes to create an avatar. You can copy the generated SVG or use the URL, for example:
Dealing with currency can be tricky, and this is a PHP library that aims to make it easy. It allows you to do addition, subtraction, and comparison. You can do advanced stuff like calculating the ratio, converting currency, and formatting.
A tool for workflow automation without needing to code. It can connect to many services like Github, Slack, Google Spreadsheet, Dropbox, and many more. A great alternative to IFTTT and Zapier, N8N is free and open-source, and you can run it on your own server.
In the collection, for example, you can find several examples of algorithmic operations, math, dealing with Browser APIs, arrays, objects, and some practical examples like converting JSON to CSV.
A library that allows you to generate short, unique, and non-sequential ID. The ID would be like
Another useful site to bookmark, DevToolTips contains a lot of tips and tricks to use the DevTools. It covers DevTools of Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and even Safari. I’m sure you’ll find little tricks that you’ve never known before.
A PHPUnit plugin to detect memory leaks in your tested codes. A great tool to make sure that your code won’t cause to exhaust memory when deployed to production.
An interesting talk in Coffee with Charli episode by Figma. This episode gives you a glimpse of how Shopify creates a design system that scales and handles the challenges.
A performant CLI for benchmarking web requests. It comes with a web UI and terminal that you can use to see how the benchmark progress in real-time.
The CLI accepts a number of options to emulate the request for the benchmark such as the number of concurrencies, the number of requests, duration, and the method request.
A small collection of components built with built-in Tailwind CSS classes. Each component is simple, with no additional or superfluous styles. It’s showing a great example of what we can build with Utility classes and HTML.