“Jason is a scriptable iOS client that lets you view and interact with any data and any server, in any way you desire.” Basically, you feed it a JSON config file which describes a UI and data sources. The client then consumes those sources and displays them according to your UI definition. And you get access to device-native APIs, too.
A look at how to work with submodules in Git.
A library for managing scheduled execution of multiple functions for Arduino. OS-less multitasking(-ish) for microcontrollers!
chartd makes it easy to include charts (either png or svg) on your web site, by just passing parameters in the URL of an img tag. For simple charts, this will be easy-peasy to automate. Of course, the downside is the same as for any other time that you let a third-party service have responsibility for your content — what if they shut down the service?
If you ever get confused about inner and outer joins in SQL, this is very useful.
There are some pretty good pointers in this list of resources. Highlights for me are “Callback convention – with Promise Support” and “The Twelve-Factor Application”.
“Components is a library of shareable, reusable patterns for WordPress themes. Instead of starting from scratch, mix and match from a collection of pre-made components to build your own custom starter theme.” Online tool from Automattic which can generate a variety of starter themes based on Underscores and Components, ready for you to customize.
Scottish mathematicians are cool. Also, this led me to look up Lattice Multiplication, which is being taught in Common Core. But I think the Genaille-Lucas rulers were probably the coolest bit. Pre-calculate smaller pieces of a multiplication/division problem, use a little modulus magic, and large problems become a breeze.
A series of arty generative art “doodles”.