Fava is a web interface for the double-entry bookkeeping software Beancount with a focus on features and usability. Generates expense reports, graphs, tracks your money, assets and accounts, even lets you run queries. Has an API but it's for internal use only
A collection of applications able to interact with websites, without requiring the user to open them in a browser. It also provides well-defined APIs to talk to websites lacking one. Automate access and extraction of data from websites that don't make it easy or possible. Has applications for adding accessibility to sites that are unfriendly to the visually impaired. Tries to focus on quality of results. Multiple interfaces.
An animated avatar that responds to text field interactions.
A utility which scrapes a GNU Mailman archive and generates RSS feeds of what it finds.
A personal knowledge repository for PDF and web content supporting offline-first caching, annotations of HTML as well as PDFs, and flashcards. If it's a document of some kind, it can manage it, including allowing annotations. Keeps track of where you left off in a particular document. Everything is stored locally; Git can be used to sync repos. Tries to be cross-platform.
Client side uses Electron, server side uses node.js.
I'm not sure what kind of game this is. It starts with an avatar generator of some kind.
An alternative to Twitter's verified program powered by Keybase.
Proven is a browser extension that adds badges like for keybase, github, etc next to users names like Twitter's verified badge but based what accounts the user has posted proofs for Keybase. See the screenshot for what it looks like.
In addition to twitter, it adds badges on Hacker News too.
Available for Chrome and Firefox.
BeePaste is a simple pastebin which is written using Python and the Sanic framework. Designed to be self-hosted and easy to use - paste logs, snippets, and documents. Send stuff from the command line. Has an API that aims to make it easy and flexible to use. Supports shared key (XOR) and PGP encryption. Use the ACE Editor so it's closer to a pad than a pastebin.
Team's Github org: https://github.com/beepaste
Backend written in Python, uses Mongo and Redis.
The Nand Game will take you though building a working computer, starting from the most basic components. It does not require any prerequisites, in particular it does not require any previous knowledge about computer architecture or software, and does not require math skills beyond addition and subtraction. It does require some patience - some of the tasks may take a while to solve.
A website with lots of different conversion utilities. Plug in the values, get the answers, and get on with your life.
Build beautiful, responsive, readable interfaces. Lightweight, only 14k in size. Looks easy to use.
Txti is fast web pages for everybody. Most of the world still does not have internet, but many websites from countries like the United States are big and complicated. This makes it hard for people with slow internet to use these sites. It is even harder for those people to put their own thoughts on the internet. With txti, anyone can use any device to share their story.
An Awesome List for getting started with web archiving.
Bottle is a fast, simple and lightweight WSGI micro web-framework for Python. It is distributed as a single file module and has no dependencies other than the Python Standard Library.
Eve is an open source Python REST API framework designed for human beings. It allows to effortlessly build and deploy highly customizable, fully featured RESTful Web Services. Powered by Flask and Cerberus, requires MongoDB.