❤️ a personal wiki (or Exobrain) engine for hackers
📓 simplistic opinionated markdown processor with Zettelkasten flavor
📃 minimalistic static site generator
👐 open source and always free as in freedom
Written in Elixr.
A smart solution to the problem of passwords. Cloverleaf generates passwords on demand, using the name of the app you're making a password for and a master password to derive a passcode. Enter those two things and you don't need to store the passcode because you can re-generate it whenever you want.
Can be installed as a native app and used offline.
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Upload an image and data that you'd like converted into a QR code, and the site will combine the two into a QR code that can also be read by a scanner. Animated images are possible by using this service to upload individual frames which can then be stitched back together into an animated .gif or .png.
Generate random phone numbers for all countries using the mobile phone generator. These numbers are fake, but they are built using the validations of telephone numbers.
An online warning sign generator. Pick a signal word, pictograms, enter some text, and you have a warning sign.
Pyrgg is an easy-to-use synthetic random graph generator written in Python which supports various graph file formats including DIMACS .gr files. Pyrgg has the ability to generate graphs of different sizes and is designed to provide input files for broad range of graph-based research applications, including but not limited to testing, benchmarking and performance-analysis of graph processing frameworks. Pyrgg target audiences are computer scientists who study graph algorithms and graph processing frameworks.
An online server that generates different kinds of random data for testing and development - integers, sequences, phone numbers, credit card numbers, names... you name it, they generate it. Has a REST API, 1k hits/month, request a free API key.
Mimesis is a package for Python, which helps generate big volumes of fake data for a variety of purposes in a variety of languages. The fake data could be used to populate a testing database, create beautiful JSON and XML files, anonymize data taken from production and etc.
The description's kind of weird, but it seems to use a neural network to generate pictures of someone based upon a picture that you give it. "Generate your lover with your photo," whatever that means.
Chains Invent Insanity is a Cards Against Humanity answer card generator. As the name suggests, it generates cards based on a Markov Chain compiled from a wordlist. This wordlist is comprised of every single (official) answer card ever written for every edition of the game.
Type arbitrary text, it's encoded onto one of a number of types of punchards. Download the image.
A site that generates RSS feeds for Soundcloud and iTunes users.
Visual CSS selector. Claims that you can turn any website into an API. Enter a URL, pick the parts of the page you care about, and it generates a custom query that gives you JSON with the things you want.
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.
BOFH excuse generation table.
An online HTML5 boilerplate. Click the features you want on the left, they appear in the window on the right. Copy the contents of the window into a file, build page.
Pagan hashes input strings to generate unique avatar images intended for use as profile pictures in web applications. These images can be used to replace default user images for new accounts, or to enhance comment sections by visually representing a user's IP address or username as an 8-bit-like character sprite and not a random blob of pixels (ala the drunken bishop algorithm).
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