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Awesome color wheel with a straightforward API, great design, and a SVG-based interface that looks crisp at any screen resolution. The plugin is fully supported by all modern browsers, including mobile and other touch enabled devices.
This GitHub repo helps you setup a self-hosted remote working environment with Linux and Visual Studio Code running on a remote server. After everything is configured, you will be able to code from anywhere and any machine just by opening a URL in the browser.
Super lightweight library (only 1.9kb) for building dialogs with perfect accessibility markup and controls (close on pressing escape, clicking on overlay, etc). Simple installation and minimal default CSS for easier styling and customization.
This free service takes data as URL parameters and uses it to generate customizable charts in PNG and SVG. Can be easily self-hosted as well, using the setup script in the GitHub repo. This service is created as a direct replacement for the Google Image Charts API which is scheduled to turn off soon.
Cool open-source project that aligns subtitles to their correct positions in a video. Works with any language and can be integrated into VLC to improve captions sync. For the more curious, in the GitHub repo you can find all the code, as well as an overview of the algorithm.
This awesome framework allows you to build web apps without having to worry about server configuration, package management or routing. Simply write your code in a mix of Node.js, React, HTML, MDX, Vue, and static files, put them all in a folder, and the framework will automatically serve each file accordingly.
Node.js library for capturing screenshots of websites. The project provides all the needed tools and options for the job and under the hood it's powered by the Puppeteer headless Chrome API . There is a command-line version as well.