Just like last week, no tutorial, but as usual lots of tools to keep you busy until regular content resumes next week.
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Now on to this week's tools!
"Turns out that you can re-write some of the methods of Array to obtain a much better performance than the native methods."
A tiny script for use in Node or the browser, or via command line, to get stats on your source code (number of lines, lines with comments, empty lines, etc).
"A free and open-source XMPP chat client for your website."
"An open source, community developed WYSIWYG HTML rich text editor." IE8+ and mobile-compatible.
"Website translation, simplified. Translate your website with 1 line of code."
A medium WYSIWYG text editor clone that tries to include all of Medium's editor's features.
"A web based front end for webperf-monitor."
A searchable directory of open source scripts on MaxCDN.
Web Smoothness API
"Provides a convenient wrapper around the w3c frame timing API, plus limited polyfills when the timing API is not present."
"A tool to monitor smoothness and responsiveness of websites and Cordova/Hybrid apps over time. It runs performance tests using browser-perf and saves the results in a CouchDB server."
"A bookmarklet and Chrome extension to create a front-end performance heatmap of resources loaded in the browser using the Resource Timing API."
"Run mobile and desktop performance tests for your deployed site using Google PageSpeed Insights."
"A powerful API to store and sync data in realtime."
"Free firewall software reveals threats your antivirus missed."
"Turn your smartphone into a presentation remote."
"A source code search engine."
"Translation as a service. Human corrected machine translation service that enables businesses to communicate globally."
"A format for allowing an embedded representation of a URL on third party sites."
"A writing platform for web developers. We've created an environment to quickly, easily and painlessly share ideas, code and experiences."
A tool/platform to help employers measure their candidate's programming skills by rating their real-time performance.
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Before I Go...
I don't know why this hasn't existed before now: SWAPI - The Star Wars API.
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