Stylish text-based browser, use phone as web remote, use css grid with variables for fast prototyping, VIM in the browser, thanks to WebAssembly, streams in RXjs and how to tame them!
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- browsh-org/browsh browsh - A fully-modern text-based browser, rendering to TTY and browsers
- konaraddio/web-riimote web-riimote - Turn your smartphone into a 3D controller with just a web app. No native app needed.
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- vaneenige/phenomenon phenomenon - 🦄 A fast 2kB low-level WebGL API. GPU based with shaders.
- The Extensive Guide to Creating Streams in RxJS For most developers the first contact with RxJS is established by libraries, like Angular. Some functions return streams and to make use of them the focus naturally is on operators. At some point…
- f/vue-wait vue-wait - Complex Loader and Progress Management for Vue/Vuex and Nuxt Applications
- rhysd/vim.wasm vim.wasm - Vim editor ported to WebAssembly
- Simple, correct, fast: in that order The single most important quality in a piece of software is simplicity. It’s more important than doing the task you set out to achieve. It’s more important than performance. The reason is straightforward: if your solution is not simple, it will not be correct or fast.