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- FastImage: Ruby gem that fetches the size or type of an image given its URI.
- Raspberry Pi 2: New Raspberry Pi running 900MHz quad-core ARM processor with 1GB RAM.
- OSMC: Open Source Media Center (OSMC) is a free and open source media player.
- Vero: Hardware device for running the OSMC media player.
- Kodi: A free and open source media centre software. Formally XBMC.
- Tab Payments: Payment app for restaurants. Available in Montreal and Toronto.
- Detour: Location-aware audio walks.
- Codrops CSS Reference: An extensive CSS reference.
- Wikispecies: A directory of species by Wikimedia Foundation.
- eero: WiFi routers that form a mesh network.
- Prometheus: An open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit.
- Traveling Ruby: Create self-contained Ruby app packages for Linux and OS X.
- RubyDNS: A Ruby DNS daemon.
- Startups.co: Platform that helps startups get customers, press, funding and mentors.
- AWS SDK for Ruby: Amazon Web Services have released version 2 of the AWS SDK.
- Metrics Watch: Alerts for Google Analytics.
- James Niehues: Ski and hiking trail map artist. Maker of hand painted ski resort maps.
- NationBuilder: SaaS for political campaign website, voter database, fundraising, communications, etc.
- BookBub: Discover free & bargain ebooks.
- git-stats: A command line tool (CLI) that displays a GitHub-like contributions calendar in your terminal.
- Affinity Photo: New professional image editing software for OS X.
- Web Font Load: Terminal command to install all of the Google Web Fonts on OS X.
- .htaccess Snippets: A collection of useful .htaccess snippets for Apache.
- Swyp: Consolidate all your credit, debit, gift and loyalty cards.
- Full Stack Radio: A podcast for developers interested in building great software products.
- Subway Icon Set: A set of 306 pixel perfect crafted icons.
- Hiking Trails: List of long-distance footpaths on Wikipedia.
- Grunticon: A Grunt.js task that makes it easy to use SVGs with auto-generated PNG fallback images.
- Ionic: Open source front-end SDK for developing hybrid mobile apps.
- Canada/US Border Crossings: Canada/US border crossing wait times.
- Plyr: A simple, accessible HTML5 media player.
- favico.js: Enhance favicons with animated badges.
- Let's Chat: Self-hosted chat for small teams. Built using Node.js and MongoDB. MIT licensed.
- Manifest for Web Application: W3C specification for a manifest file to store metadata associated with a web app.
- MUI: A lightweight HTML, CSS, and JS framework that follows Google’s Material Design guidelines.
- ARIA Bones: A series of templates which aim to show how WAI-ARIA can be used to make HTML more accessible.
- Digit: Save money with service that checks your spending habits and removes money if you can afford it.
- Atomic: Web-based interface design software with built-in prototyping and collaboration tools.
- PostgreSQL Dashboard: Monitoring tool that provides a live activity report of a PostgreSQL instance.
- uiFaces: A tool for finding sample avatars for UI mockups.
- uinames.com: A tool to generate names for use in designs and mockups.
- Glow: The first smart headphones that glow with laser light.
- Awesomplete: Lightweight and customizable autocomplete, by Lea Verou.
- Kanto: Powered desktop speakers company. Based out of Vancouver, BC.
- ownCloud.org: Open source, self-hosted file sync and share software.
- Volt: A reactive web framework for Ruby.
- Snowflake: Streaming Internet radio for OS X.
- Useful Mac: A blog about Macs by Garrett Murray.
- Atom git-control: A GUI interface to manage commonly used git commands.
- Stoplight: An implementation of the circuit breaker pattern in Ruby.
- Beam: Smart projector and LED light that fits in any light socket.
- ElephantWallet: Innovative wallet maker.
- Out of the Ordinary Emails: A sampling of email newsletters. Compiled by CreativeMornings.
- DoneDone: Simple issue tracker (planning, coding, testing, customer support) for web and software projects.
- Search works differently than you may think: Good article about how search works now and before. By Andreas Gal, CTO of Mozilla.
- Biz: Ruby gem for time calculations using business hours.
- Authie: Database-backed user sessions for Rails apps.
- Highlight.js: Syntax highlighting with support for 112 languages.
- Reveal.js: Creates interactive slide decks using HTML.
- Sassquatch: Sass output previewer for OS X. By Thoughtbot.
- PublicActivity: Activity tracking for Ruby models.
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