220.127.116.11 is the fastest, privacy-first consumer DNS service powered by Cloudflare and no, this is not a joke.
Now Mobile is a mobile client for ZEIT's deployment platform Now.
With it you can keep an eye on your infrastructure wherever you go.
Today Scripts is a widget for running scripts in macOS's notification center. Make your Today View useful.
Bash, python, ruby, even apple scripts.
This open source app is made by SamRothCA 4 years ago. Now I made it works on the latest macOS.
- Change colors whole UI- Inject CSS for advanced customization- Inject Extensions to extend functionalities, manipulate UI and control player.- Inject Custom App- Enable some additional, hidden features- Remove bloated components to improve performance
Selldom allows you to buy and sell domains that are waiting silently in the dark, unused at your registrar after your 100th side-project pivot.
SpareNames is a marketplace where makers sell or give away domains bought for a project that has never been launched or has been discontinued. With SpareNames you give your unused domains the chance to be developed by another fellow maker who shares the same or similar vision while you save money for domain renewal fees, win-win. :-)
A new way to buy and sell your domain names. List your domain with minimum price, someone bids, it starts the auction for 7 / 14 days. Or set a buy now price.
List the domain for buy now and/or auction, from $10 per listing (to avoid spams / low-quality domains / non-serious sellers). See the pricing for more details.
Now, no fee on buying.
domdb makes domain parking simple and easy. You can park your domain with a price with only 2 DNS records.
DomainFox is a tool to ensure your domains don't lapse by sending you a notification in advance.
URLint is a tool for the command line that checks
With the Now app for GitHub, you no longer have to worry about deploying manually with each change of your code. You and your team can easily get a shareable link by creating, or pushing to, a pull request on any GitHub repository.
Learn more by reading the blogpost: https://zeit.co/blog/now-for-github