Font Face Observer is a fast and simple web font loader. You can use it to load fonts and customise your browser’s font loading behaviour.
Font Face Observer gives you control over web font loading using a simple promise based interface. It doesn’t matter where your fonts come from: host them yourself, or use a web font service such as Google Fonts, Typekit, Fonts.com, and Webtype.
Font Face Observer @ Github
Voyager is a Laravel Admin Package that includes BREAD(CRUD) operations, a media manager, menu builder, and much more.
Paw is a full-featured HTTP client that lets you test the APIs you build or consume. It has a beautiful native OS X interface to compose requests, inspect server responses and generate client code out-of-the-box.
This is one of my go-to tools, when test-driving my API endpoints.
Paw for Mac
Kirby is a PHP file‑based CMS. It has a jQuery-Inspired API and Content can be created with any Markdown Editor.
Its all about simplifying things :)
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
Log.io provides real-time log monitoring in your browser (node.js + socket.io).
“Harvesters watch log files for changes, send new log messages to the server via TCP, which broadcasts to web clients via socket.io.
Log streams are defined by mapping file paths to a stream name in harvester configuration.
Users browse streams and nodes in the web UI, and activate (stream, node) pairs to view and search log messages in screen widgets.”
Visualize your UptimeRobot server status with Upscuits.
UptimeRobot monitors your websites every 5 minutes and alerts you if your sites are down. You have multiple options to configure the way your server status is tracked. Notifications can be send via Email, SMS or via Webhooks to Slack HipChat and others.
Supports Chrome, Internet Explorer and Edge.
NextCloud is the next thing after OwnCloud basically shut down.
“OwnCloud (stylized ownCloud) is a suite of client-server software for creating file hosting services and using them. OwnCloud is functionally very similar to the widely used Dropbox, with the primary functional difference being that OwnCloud is free and open-source, and thereby allowing anyone to install and operate it without charge on a private server. It also supports extensions that allow it to work like Google Drive, with online document editing, calendar and contact synchronization, and more. Its openness eschews enforced quotas on storage space or the number of connected clients, instead having hard limits (like on storage space or number of users) defined only by the physical capabilities of the server.” – Wikipedia
Here some links clarifying the shutdown and creation of the new fork NextCloud.
You should upgrade to NextCloud using the following guide, just like upgrading to a new OwnCloud version.
One thing that I am really looking forward to is the new WebRTC video conference integration Spreed.me.
Frank Karlitschek about NextCloud on Twit.TV – Floss Weekly.
“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!