This week’s significant update is that GitHub has open sourced its editor Atom. Between Brackets, Atom and (as featured below) Hyro, we’re getting a lot of choices for free, lightweight open-source code editors.
GitHub has open sourced their Atom code editor and the related Atom shell that it runs in under the MIT license.
A hackable text editor for the 21st Century
Hyro is another open source web technologies editor that, like Brackets, uses CodeMirror.
private-bower lets you set up a private Bower registry for private package handling.
Cammy is an orthogonal projection camera built on top of AngularJS and D3.js.
Stampit 1.0 Release Candidate
Vorbis.js can be used in the browser to convert PCM audio data to compressed Ogg Vorbis audio.
StyleStats will parse a stylesheet and give useful information about it.
Brian has published in a variety of technical publications over the years, has presented at numerous conferences and events and has served as a technical editor on a number of books.
You can read Brian’s blog archive with 9+ years of content at remotesynthesis.com (he still posts, infrequently). You can find a full list of Brian’s past publications and presentations. Follow Brian on Twitter @remotesynth.