A fast and friendly CSS compiler written in Go.
Raph wrote an overview of how text layout works. He's been working on text layout and rendering for over 35 years.
A helpful explanation of how to work with the MTA's real-time subway data. You can see the code here: https://github.com/patrickweaver/working-with-nyc-mta-realtime-subway-data
A detailed analysis of using TLA+ to solve a bug in complex, real-world code.
A nice, lightweight library for building multistep workflows in React.
Blaster is an audio reactive visuals engine in C++/OpenGL.
Check out some of its beautiful output here: https://rodarmor.com/blaster/
An analysis of when using if statements in GPU code actually reduces performance.
Cant is a programming language descended mainly from E and Scheme. From the README: "I've long wanted a computing system that's completely explained, simple enough to grasp in full detail without getting bored or overwhelmed, and powerful enough that I'd actually use it... Call it a learning project, or outsider art."
A web-based prompt generator styled after the terminal, to give you ideas for new creative coding projects!
Get your prompts here: https://anniebart-prompt-generator.glitch.me/
An extensive utility library for Python.