Nice list of tools that will make your life easier, creating meaningful and beautiful data visualizations.
iFramely offers a hosted and open source solution to serve your own HTTP API for responsive web embeds using Node.js.
“The API covers well over 1800 domains through 200 custom domain plugins and generic parsers for oEmbed, Open Graph and Twitter Cards…”
iFramely How To host your own
Supports Chrome, Internet Explorer and Edge.
“Staytus is a complete solution for publishing the latest information about any issues with your web applications, networks or services. Along with absolutely beautiful public & admin interfaces, Staytus is a powerful tool for any organization with customers that rely on them to be online 24/7.”
Staytus is build on Ruby and is really easy to install and setup. The latest version offers a nice clean REST API to pull issues, post issues, update issues and change the service status. It has a clean and intuitive admin interface to get you started fast.
It also has theme support, so you can easily make the design your own!
It does not have to be Slack all the time. Sometimes a self hosted open solution, is far more suited for the task ahead.
“Let’s Chat is a persistent messaging application that runs on Node.js and MongoDB. It’s designed to be easily deployable and fits well with small, intimate teams.”
Lita is a chat bot written in Ruby. It connects with your favorite chat service. It uses a plugin system to connect to different chat services and to provide new behavior. The plugin system uses the familiar tools of the Ruby ecosystem: RubyGems and Bundler.
Current list of plugins. And you can easily build your own :)
Lita @ GitHub
Detect changed files using PHP/MySQL/CRON.
DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface.
“Complexify is implemented as a jQuery function that can be called on input fields. The function takes options and a callback that will be called with the results of the validation.
The valid argument passed to your callback function is a boolean that indicates whether the password met the minimum level of complexity. The complexity argument is a percentage where 100% represents a ‘very good’ password (approximately 25 random characters).”
“NEON is very similar to YAML. The main difference is that the NEON supports “entities” (so can be used e.g. to parse phpDoc annotations) and tab characters for indentation. NEON syntax is a little simpler and the parsing is faster.”
Go and play in their Sandbox