Patrick Bougie — web developer / entrepreneur from Montréal, Canada. Founder of WorkSked — a web app to manage employee work schedules and time off.

Monthly Mentions

March 2013

  • Modern Pictograms: Various pictograms as an icon typeface. Commercial.
  • Facebox: A jQuery-based, Facebook-style lightbox. Developed by Defunkt.
  • Calendario: A jQuery plugin for creating calendars.
  • CircleType.js: A tiny jQuery plugin that lets you set type on a circle.
  • Strftimer: A Ruby strftime generator.
  • Données ouvertes du Gouvernement du Québec: Open Data initiative from the Quebec Government.
  • CSS Image Replacement Museum: List of CSS image replacement techniques by CSS Tricks.
  • Quotes & Accents (& Dashes): Using quotes, accents and dashes on Mac OS X. By Jessica Hische.
  • The East Wing: A weekly podcast featuring the best of the internet. By Tim Smith.
  • RailsPanel: Chrome extension for Rails development. App requests in the Developer Tools panel.
  • Chromium Dashboard: Tracks web platform features that have landed in Chromium.
  • Metacritic: Reviews & scores from the best critics in film, music, TV and games.
  • Leaflet: A JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps.
  • Sidr: A jQuery plugin for creating side menus.
  • Automatic: Car adapter and app that provides information about your car and driving habits.
  • Hired: A podcast about work life and company culture. By Authentic Jobs.
  • Learn CSS Layout: Tutorial about the CSS fundamentals that are used in any website’s layout.
  • What You Need to Know About Ecommerce Trademarks: Guide to ecommerce trademarks by Shopify.
  • How to lose weight (in the browser): The definitive front-end performance guide.
  • Pixate: Create native iOS interfaces with CSS.
  • Sublime Gem Browser: Ruby Gem code browser for Sublime Text.
  • Unheap: A repository of jQuery plugins.
  • Sublime Web Inspector: Debug Javascript in the Sublime Text editor.
  • StatusPage.io: Create hosted status pages that live outside your infrastructure.
  • Antwort: Responsive email templates.
  • Big Idea Collection: Media Temple sponsored icon collection. Hosted at The Noun Project.
  • GrooveHQ: SaaS help desk software for small businesses.
  • log2viz: Realtime analysis of your Heroku app logs.
  • ROTP: A Ruby library for generating one time passwords according to RFC 4226 (HOTP) and RFC 6238 (TOTP).
  • Reflector: Wirelessly mirror your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch screen to any Mac or PC.
  • OpenFrame: A simple, flexible way to display prints & photos. By Jeff Sheldon & Matthew Smith.
  • WebPlatformTools.org: A collection web design & development services/tools that don’t require installation or registration.
  • Flatland: A theme and color scheme for Sublime Text 2.
  • Visual.ly: Platform to create original visual content for brands; including infographics, videos, presentations, etc.
  • Explore and Master Chrome DevTools: Chrome DevTools course by Paul Irish. Produced by Code School.
  • Fake images please?: A tool to generate images with a URL and accompanying parameters.
  • Chart.js: HTML5 client-side charts using the canvas element.
  • Soda Theme: Dark and light custom UI themes for Sublime Text.
  • Loader.io: Free load testing service.
  • RCWebColorPicker: Color picker for Mac OS X 10+ that displays RGB values in hexadecimal format.
  • Scorched: A generic, unopinionated, DRY, light-weight web framework for Ruby.
  • Soulver: OS X app to play around with numbers and solve day-to-day problems.
  • CSSDB: A curated collection of great CSS, Sass, LESS and Stylus libraries.
  • Forecast.io: A web-based, global weather forecasting app. API available.
  • Cotton Bureau: Curated online community for design- and tech-focused t-shirts. From the makers of United Pixelworkers.
  • Postach.io: An Evernote-powered blogging platform.
  • Game of Thrones: A graphic tribute to HBO’s Game of Thrones.
  • Gas Mask: A simple /etc/hosts manager for Mac OS X.
  • Core Intuition: Podcast about indie software development for the Mac, iOS and other Apple technologies.
  • Unicode/UTF-8: A Unicode/UTF-8 reference.

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