Insight.io for GitHub is a browser plugin for GitHub that enables you to navigate and search through repositories like it's in your IDE
Syntax is a new theme inspired by the color, clarity and characteristics of Framer’s popular code editor. By using visual aids like specific selection highlighting and custom widget styling, this minimalist dark theme helps you understand the structure of your code, even while editing large files.
Commit co-authors makes it easy to see who has contributed to every commit, regardless of how many contributors there are—and every author gets attribution in the pull request and in their contribution graph.
List.community is an easy way to browse curated lists on GitHub.
For every language, framework, platform, topic, you get:
- Beautiful directory of the best resources
- Organised in sections
- Each repository with its GitHub stars and forks numbers inlined
Spaceship is a minimalistic, powerful and extremely customizable Zsh prompt. It combines everything you may need for convenient work, without unnecessary complications, like a real spaceship.
GitKraken Glo Boards: a more productive way for developers to track tasks and issues from inside GitKraken, VS Code, Atom or a browser! Glo Boards sync in real-time with GitHub Issues, support markdown and offer lots of time-saving features for devs.
Codiva is an online code compiler and IDE for C, C++ & Java targeted for students learning to code or practice interview problems.
You can get started instantly. No installation or setup needed.
Codiva saves you a lot of time because it compiles as you type, with autocomplete.
It also makes it easy to share your code online and on your blogs.
I never really liked any of the mergetools out there so I made a simple git mergetool that does simple things… in a simple fashion.
Ultra high performance Github Trending PWA
Built with React + Next.js and GraphQL, trends pushes the performance needle forward by only using React on the server and then using the absolute minimum client side code to register a service worker totaling around ~15 lines of code.
The code is also open source: https://github.com/hanford/trends
Bump your git tag to the next version, easily. 👊