An easy one-liner for converting between JSON and YAML.
You can drag the icons and windows around! The recycle bin takes you to Twitter! This one's really fun.
This site takes a MediaInfo JSON and generates charts that provide you with a high-level overview of your audio and/or video collections.
You can read more about it on Ashley's blog at https://bits.ashleyblewer.com/blog/2021/04/03/media-collection-viewer/
and check out the code at https://github.com/ablwr/media-collection-viewer.
Who else hates doing repetitive tasks that you know could be automated? I know I do 🙋♀️. In this article I will discuss how I used Strava’s API and cron jobs to automatically log new activities for my virtual races on RunSignup. I love this project because while tutorials and such are great, it was so satisfying to build something that solved a real issue of my own!
Janet is a modern, ergonomic Lisp inspired by Clojure and Lua. Fugue is a library that extends Janet’s prototypal inheritance to provide a CLOS-style set of features.
This app uses Tonejs to play back MIDI files in the style of old video game music, or chiptunes. In the image, it's giving a rousing rendition of the Titanic theme song. Check out the code here: https://github.com/SophieShears/MidiToChiptune.
A post about exploring ELF (Executable and Linkable Format) to build a minimal linker in Zig.
This game lets you test your ability to pick out a color based on its CSS name. Check out the code here: https://github.com/EmilyBonar/color-guesser.
Can you infinitely nest iFrames? Bryan walks through his attempts to do this, and how he eventually succeeded.
Jamie asks "How safe is zig, on a scale from c to rust?"