“Responsive FileManager is a free open-source file manager and image manager made with jQuery, CSS3, PHP and HTML5 that offers a nice and elegant way to upload and insert files, images and videos. You can use it as external plugin for TinyMCE, CKEditor and CLEditor or as a stand-alone file manager to manage and select files.”
Responsive filemanager / GitHub
MediaStreamRecorder.js is a cross-browser implementation to record audio & video streams via WebRTC. The lib allows you to submit/upload recorded blobs in realtime to your server.
API documentation / GitHub
FTPbucket is a PHP script that enables you to sync your BitBucket or GitHub repository with any web-server.
It works with Git and Mercurial.
“Gisto is a code snippet manager that runs on GitHub Gists and adds additional features such as searching, tagging and sharing gists while including a rich code editor. All your data is stored on GitHub and you can access it from GitHub Gists at any time with changes carrying over to Gisto.”
The application is multi-platform.
JSON Formatter & Validator helps debugging JSON data, either data you wrote by hand or data that has been output in one compact line :)
JSON Formatter & Validator
Again another Google AMP article, this time dealing with Syntax Highlighting. If you have a code centric website, this is important.
In one of my last articles I talked about a Generic Syntax Highlighter. This time I want to show you, how to add Syntax Highlighting with GeSHi to a custom template in AMP-WP.
Please read up on documentation, as I am not diving into every detail.
I was about to write my own, when I found an older article from phoboslab. Thanks Dominic for saving me some time ;) Its not perfect, but close enough.
A simple Syntax Highlighting Class that does just that. The class was not working with PHP 5.4.x+, as it uses preg_replace() with the /e modifier.
It will not cover all, but its better than nothing :) I will also add a section to my my AMP tweaks article to showcase the integration of Geshi.
Here an updated version using the preg_replace_callback() function.
“virtPHP is a tool for creating and managing multiple isolated PHP environments on a single machine. It’s like Python’s virtualenv, but for PHP.
virtPHP creates isolated environments so that you may run any number of PHP development projects, all using different versions of PEAR packages and different PECL extensions. You may even specify a different version of PHP, if your system has various installations of PHP.”
virtPHP @ Github