I found this random Hash tools pretty useful while I was working on a course. Sometimes you have to mock up some hashes or create a super secure password. This tool is pretty flexible.
A plugin system for processing HTML files. Format, Minify, Process Markdown including a CLI.
Online GIF Tools
So many GIF (pronounced like the peanut butter) tools on this site. I like that you can make a sprite from a GIF, do the reverse or modify any of the properties like playback speed.
This looks pretty useful. Add just about anything you want including bash scripts into your menu bar. Code responsibly though.
It's still an early version, but it's a heck of a project. Version tracking for graphic files.
It's a little too early to tell, but this might just be the next big thing. Create a website with a simple observable that waits for your actions and only loads Scripts when absolutely necessary. The static site generator of the future. It's definitely got legs.
CSS Grid Editor in Chrome
Chrome now has a new CSS Grid editor. Seems like it's catching up to others, but that should help with Grid Adoption.
Astro Demo Video
The other day, I mentioned Astro as being the potential next great thing. Here's a video that shows you why. Not mine, but from a podcast. https://go.raybo.org/4cRg
Free for 25 conversions per day and pretty handy, this site converts an insane amount of formats. Pretty handy.
Modern Unix Repo List
I really like this list of alternative Unix commands. Didn't have lots of them available in zsh, but I did have and enjoyed using bat for displaying code nicely.
Looks like Lighthouse is got some competition from Microsoft with it's own performance and accesibility tools called Webhint. Who doesn't love a Narwhal? Are you using these tools to check your site?
ES2021 has been approved. This site has a nice short and concise list of examples of what's new.
A React Killer? We'll see, although solid has a lot going for it in terms of performance, I think the problem is the similarity to React. Why would someone switch from React...for a few k or milliseconds. However. Only time will tell, but still keep an eye out on this one.
JS is Weird
This is such a fun test ( I can't believe I'm saying that). Don't worry about the score (srsly, don't try to get a good score), but try to think about what's happening. I think the best part is the explanations at the end of the test.
Another one of those cool sites that helps you build animations with a modern interface. Get the animation and code after you play.
This is an annual event for JS developers who love pain (I mean a challenge). Try to make something cool in less than 1024 bytes (1k). It's like when someone asks me if I want to get up at 5am to go to the beach and see the sunrise (no thanks). I feel like I have enough of a hard time doing anything in infinite K.
HTTP Code Generator
This code generator for HTTP requests will help you build and give you the code for different HTTP requests.
Scrape Wikipedia through a query language and receive the results as JSON objects that you can use on your projects. Wikipedia has so much data you might end up using this one.