A library of pasta shapes visualized in three.js!
This site keeps track of End Of Life dates for various tools and technologies. It collates this data and presents it in an easily accessible format, with URLs that are easy to guess and remember. Code is here: https://github.com/endoflife-date/endoflife.date
A video introduction to the command line tool awk, with accompanying files and tasks to practice using it yourself.
A MIDI-compatible multiplayer piano web game that allows players to face off on creating short improv piano recordings over backing tracks
Folders is a programming language that doesn't use any text; programs are encoded into a directory structure. All files within are ignored, as are the names of the folders. Commands and expressions are encoded by the pattern of folders within folders. Gave me a new perspective from which to think about form and content!
Lauren explores Numba, a vectorizing JIT for Python.
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!