Cross platform Node.js Desktop Automation. Control the mouse, keyboard, and read the screen.
A clean, open source, cross platform, markdown note taking app.
mDesktop is a lightweight application that allows the user to utilize multiple virtual desktops. I created mDesktop when I was 16 in 2007 and the first release had 42 downloads. The project has grown so much and has hundreds of thousands of downloads, but is still true to the original vision.
PHP Compatibility Checker
The WP Engine PHP Compatibility Checker can be used by any WordPress website on any web host to check PHP version compatibility.
React Github Widget
A good looking GitHub repository widget to add to your website.
Gatsby Plugin Sentry
Gatsby plugin to add Sentry error tracking to your site.
Screen capture for Tumblr (Mac only).
Hot Gifs is the quickest way to find great gifs on your computer.
minum is a minimalistic web browser that removes all distractions and allows the user to focus on what’s important: the website.
No matter where you are be ready for a match of King’s Cup! Just open the app and get started. It’s that easy.
DoThis is my super minimal todo list. I get overwhelmed by big lists, and often end up not doing any of them. DoThis shows you one item at a time, so you can focus and get things done!
Lull is a desktop application that will mute your computer while Hulu plays ads.
Split screen browser with optional mobile emulation.
Google Glass app for avocado.io. To install the app, visit monocado.com and login with your Google account.
YoPress is a WordPress plugin that will automatically send your subscribers a Yo when you publish a new post. It’s a new fun way to interact with your readers! To subscribe to this blog, Yo “JASONBLOG”.
Github Shortcode is a WordPress plugin that allows you to embed a GitHub repository in a page or post using a simple shortcode. Usage:
Ninja Browser is a browser that is instantly at your finger tips. To activate the browser, move the mouse to each side of the screen. For example, move the mouse to the left side, then the right, then the left side again, and the browser will embed itself in the current window. Original Video: