It's a pretty cool command-line tool for those who like to use p5.js to create web-based algorithmic sketches. By declaring a file path and the number of images you need, p5snap grabs screenshots from your p5 canvas and saves them!
A language server protocol and VSCode extension for the research programming language Flix (https://flix.dev).
Sara used a soil sensor and an arduino to help her monstera get on Twitter. Will it become an influencer? Stay tuned...
A Chrome extension for doing generic string replacements on webpages, like that "Millennials to Snake People" extension that was popular a while back.
A video of Mary livecoding a drum machine. You can also run the code live, and read the annotated source.
Scotty is a PDF viewer that allows multiple clients to look at and browse through a document together in real time.
Check out the app here: https://raa-scotty.herokuapp.com/
Aliza wanted to own her own data, so she built her own period tracker using a spreadsheet. This post walks you through how you can do this, too.
emptytra.in is an art project featuring a live feed of the JMZ train in New York City at a busy intersection. In the words of the creator, it "provides ongoing, anonymized documentation of the pandemic as manifested through the quieting city."
A template for making your own maps for the board game Ticket to Ride!
An atomic web design toolkit, intended to be less one-size-fits all than things like Bootstrap.