Generate test data, unique ids, passwords, vouchers or other randomized textual data very quickly using a template language. The template language is superficially similar to regular expressions but instead of defining how to match or capture strings, it defines how to generate randomized strings.
Backup, restore, and sync the prefs and settings for your toolbox. Your dotfiles might be the most important files on your machine.
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A Python module for writing Cloudformation templates. You define stuff in Python and it writes JSON for you.
A set of HTML5 templates for making efficient, fast, and consistent web applications, including mobile support. Freely downloadable, with Github repository link. Comes in both documented and stripped variants. Even has a separate CSS class for Internet Explorer Mobile 7 (thanks, Microsoft). Supports offline caching and responsive features.
Create your own badges and ID cards. Not really official looking, but gamers will find it useful for making prop ID cards.
The SANS Institute's sample security policy documents, which are free to use as frameworks or templates for more specialized security policies.
policy templates security legal management policy-templates reference frameworks
An opensource webserver which supports HTTP/2 out of the box and defaults to HTTPS (native support for letsencrypt). Aims to be easy to configure and use (maybe a replacement for Nginx?) Supports Markdown (reders to HTML automagickally), websockets (good), FastCGI (nice), and templates without extra modules. Config files for apps seem really straightforward. Single executable, no dependencies. IPv6 aware. Nginx-like reverse proxying. Vhost support. windows OSX linux BSD