Awesome List Updates on Feb 10, 2016
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1. Awesome Ruby
- word-to-markdown (⭐1.4k) - Gem to convert Microsoft Word documents to Markdown.
2. Awesome Text Editing
Rich-text editors using contenteditable
- CKEditor - Started back in 2003. Has both iframe and inline style rich-text editing
- ProseMirror - From the maker of CodeMirror
- Scribe (⭐3.5k) - From the Guardian team
- Quill - Quill is a free, open source WYSIWYG editor built for the modern web
- Etherpad - Open Source online editor providing collaborative editing in really real-time
- Froala - A simple to use rich text editor, with mobile support, lots of examples, high performance and inline editing
- Redactor - Advanced, clean and smooth, Redactor Rich Text Editor offers an excellent immersive user experience
- Ritzy (⭐895) - Collaborative web-based rich text editor
- Aloha Editor - Open Source browser based html5 enabled rich text editor
- WYMeditor - Open Source XHTML editor focusing on semantic markup
- Dijit Editor - a Dojo-based rich text editor component
- YUI Rich Text Editor - a Yahoo! rich text editor component
- KindEditor (⭐1.8k) - Open Source HTML editor
- Behave.js - lightweight library for adding IDE style behaviors to plain text areas
3. Free Programming Books (English, By Programming Language)
Go / Phoenix
4. Awesome Pcaptools
- potiron (⭐73): Normalizes, indexes, enriches and visualizes network captures.
Dry run. (any command that supports dry-run flag should do.)
git clean -fd --dry-run
6. Awesome Nodejs
Packages / Job queues
- bull (⭐14k) - Persistent job and message queue.
7. Awesome Fuse
- Syncano (⭐5) - Simple example of integration Syncano with Fuse.
8. Awesome Computer History
Videos / Documentaries
- The Internet: Behind the Web (2000) - Documentary about development of internet from 1950-60's to 21st century.
- The Codebreakers (2006) - Documentary about how poor countries are using free and open source software (FOSS) for development purposes.
Videos / Talks & Lectures
- The Origins of Linux - Linus Torvalds (2001) - Linus Torvalds tells the story of how he went from writing code as a graduate student to become an icon for open source software.
9. Awesome Micro Npm Packages
Modules / Array
- map-array (⭐4) - Map object keys and values into an array.
Modules / Function
- identity-function - Always return the input argument.
- mem (⭐977) - An optimization technique used to speed up consecutive function calls by caching the result of calls with identical input.
10. Awesome Functional Programming
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