Monthly Mentions

June 2014

  • BuiltWith: Find out what technologies websites are built with.
  • pédalMONTRÉAL: Map of Montreal’s bike paths.
  • DigiShade: Sun shade that attaches to Apple MacBook laptops via a magnetic mount.
  • Bounce.js: JavaScript tool and library to create CSS3 powered animations.
  • Orchestrate: NoSQL databases with REST API delivered as Database as a Service (DBaaS).
  • Anges Québec: A network of angel investors in Quebec.
  • Montreal Food Trucks: Daily schedule and locations of Montreal’s food trucks. Seasonal.
  • Dawn: An open source PaaS that leverages Ruby on Rails and Docker.
  • HipChat: Private group chat, video chat, screen sharing and instant messaging for teams.
  • Octicons: GitHub's icon font.
  • Oyster: Monthly subscription service to read unlimited books.
  • L'architecture du Métro de Montréal: 68 illustrated banners representing the stations from the Montreal Metro.
  • Web Fundamentals: Best practices for modern web development. By Google.
  • Web Starter Kit: Web development boilerplate and tooling for multi-device development. By Google.
  • smallworld.js: A JavaScript utility for generating map overviews using GeoJSON and HTML Canvas.
  • Monhood: Clothing, prints and accessories representing Montreal neighbourhoods.
  • Artifox: A clever office desk design for the technology enthusiast.
  • The Simpsons in CSS: Simpsons characters made in pure CSS.
  • Licon: Icon pack made with pure CSS3.
  • MacDown: Open source Markdown editor for OS X.
  • NomadClip: USB to lightning cable integrated into a carabiner.
  • The James Brand: High quality pocket knives made in Portland, OR.
  • shine.js: JavaScript library to create customizable shadows with dynamic light positions.
  • Faraday: Ruby HTTP client library with support for multiple backends.

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