Issue #85 (JS E-Book, Libraries, SVG Tools, Uncats)
The book is produced through Leanpub, but I'm not promoting it for sale via that channel, but since Leanpub is pretty flexible, I'm selling it via Pulley, which is a super-simple and easy to use service for selling digital goods. The book is priced at $5. You can purchase it through Leanpub if you want, but that's not my preferred channel.
The book uses Leanpub's default settings for technical material, so it's very reader-friendly and the code highlighting is really nice.
Here are the links for the full description of the content and the direct purchase:
I'll continue to publish similar tips in the newsletter in the weeks ahead and in the future I hope to release more e-books based on the content of the newsletter.
Now on to this week's tools!
"A fun and friendly Open Source HTML5 Game Engine. Some people call it the WordPress of HTML5 game engines."
"2D html5 canvas framework for desktop and mobile applications."
"A simple library for creating UI components using virtual DOM."
"Brings custom tags to all browsers, including IE8. Think React + Polymer but with enjoyable syntax and a small learning curve."
A complex library for creating HTML5 animations with the canvas element.
"Universal dynamic module loader - loads ES6 modules, AMD, CommonJS and global scripts in the browser and NodeJS."
A general-purpose check library. Check types, regexps, presence, time, and more.
A library to add customizable tag-input functionality to elements.
"Lightweight templates for React."
"Ready to use SVG icons for the web. All icon sets are from free Dribbble shots with the original link so you could download them."
"Allows you to progressively reveal (or hide) the stroke of an SVG path, line, polyline, polygon, rect, or ellipse and you can even animate outward from the center of the stroke (or any position/segment)."
"SVGO's Missing GUI, aiming to expose the majority, if not all the configuration options of SVGO."
Online tool to convert a picture to SVG.
The SVG circular menu generator.
"Enables you to create cool animated SVG spinners, loaders and other looped animations in seconds."
"Fast and small web application created to allow conferences attendees to easily navigate through the conference information and mark the talks of interest to create their own, personalized track."
"Revenue tracking by traffic source."
"Create beautiful, unique, customizable PHP websites with our ever-expanding library of ready-made blocks. Blocks are easily re-usable website components."
Business Name App
Generate business name ideas based on the themes or categories associated with your business.
A boilerplate for creating WordPress themes.
"Makes it easy to create WebSocket, HTTP streaming, and HTTP long-polling services using any web stack as the backend."
A new web browser from the developers at Opera.
"Define sets of rules and use them to redirect people or show them individual ads."
A Tweet for Thought
Sindre Sorhus offers a solution for better code.
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Before I Go...
If you haven't seen Pointer Pointer, then you're really missing out. As silly as it is, I'd love to read a post on how it was built, if such a post exists.
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