All Posts under "Open Source"

Best CoreOS Books From Beginner To Advanced

Open source lovers should already know about CoreOS for its simplicity and support for other open source projects. The distro is modeled after Google’s Chrome OS and it’s one of the few systems to rely on Docker for […]

Free Logo Animation Code Snippets from CodePen

After Effects is the most common animation suite, but CSS and JavaScript are quickly becoming the hottest choice for in-browser motion graphics. These free code snippets hosted on CodePen demonstrate the latest possibilities in the world of frontend […]

Pokémon Browser Game Demo With 2D Canvas & WebGL

I recently found very cool Pokémon MMO demo hosted for free on GitHub. This small demo runs best in Chrome but should function in all modern web browsers that support 2D canvas elements and the WebGL API. The […]

Open Source In-Browser Clocks Made With CSS & JavaScript

Modern ECMAScript is powerful and combined with CSS developers wield an unstoppable arsenal of frontend resources. This gallery has clocks as far as the eye can see. Digital clocks, static clocks, analog and custom-animated too. Every one of […]

Star Wars In Your Browser With Pure CSS

The Force Awakens was on the lips of every person from lifelong Star Wars fans to their grandmothers who told them to go see a star war. The picture came through strong with some fans rewatching the film […]

Kliqqi Replaces The Pligg Social News CMS

After the recent sale & abandonment of Pligg CMS, users were left with a platform that was unstable and seemingly never to be updated again. That is until Kliqqi was announced as the official successor to Pligg. It’s […]

Vue.js 2.0 Public Preview Released

The Vue.js team just announced a public preview of Vue 2.0 which is now open & available for download on GitHub. This is not a complete stable release but only a pre-alpha release for curious developers. Vue.js 2.0 […]

Composer v1.0.0 Debuts With A Collector’s Edition Floppy Disk

Earlier this month Composer v1.0.0 was released for public download on GitHub. This update was pushed five years to the day that composer was first created(April 5th, 2011). The release was published by Jordi Boggiano, one of Composer’s […]

Is TypeScript Worth Learning For Web Development?

TypeScript is defined as a superset of JavaScript, which means it behaves identical to JavaScript but with extra stuff added on. The language hasn’t been around too long but it’s already quite popular in the dev community. It […]

Pagekit CMS Pushes Their v1.0 Release Public

Open source PHP CMS engine Pagekit finally announced their public v1.0 release. The CMS recently underwent a major overhaul updating from the beta version last summer. Their 1.0 public release comes at a time of great support from […]

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