Fontisto – An iconic font and CSS toolkit

Fontisto is a new iconic font curated and maintained by Kenan Gündoğan that includes more than 360 pictographic icons and a CSS toolkit for easily customising size, color, drop shadow and anything else via CSS.


  • It doesn’t require JavaScript
  • Icons are infinitely scalable and look sharp on HiDPI screens
  • The icon font has been built with accessibility in mind
  • Last but not lease, it’s free for commercial use

Amplitude JS

Amplitude.js is the HTML5 Audio Player for the modern era. No dependencies required.

Amplitude.js is a lightweight JavaScript library that allows you to control the design of your media controls in your webpage -- not the browser. No dependencies (jQuery not required). Amplitude.js is available under the MIT License.


  • Completely independent library (no jQuery required)
  • 100% customizable design of all player elements
  • Available by CDN or single command install: npm install --save amplitudejs
  • Multiple playlist support on single page
  • Song meta data display
  • Soundcloud integration
  • Live streaming support
  • Call back functions for events
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Marko – Friendly and Fast UI Library from eBay

Marko is a friendly and fast UI library that makes building web apps fun.
  • Simple: If you know HTML, CSS, and Javascript, you know Marko
  • Fast: Faster loads via streaming and a tiny (~10kb gzip) runtime
  • Progressive: From simple HTML templates to powerful UI components
  • Trusted: Marko is powering high-traffic websites like

Get the Angular app in remote device on the network

Run ng serve & get the Angular app in your system on any device in the local network with this command:

ng serve --port=5200 --open --host <your local IP>

Then in the browser of any phone/laptop connected to same network, run :5200

Thank you Joel for finding the useful info


Thrive Comments for wordpress

Build an Army of Engaged Visitors That Will Grow Your Site For You

Thrive Comments is the newest alternative to the native WP comments. It’s a WordPress plugin that will bring a whole array of previously unavailable features to your WordPress comments.

Key Differences: Thrive Comments vs. Disqus

The main difference between Thrive Comments and Disqus is the scope of the programs. Since Disqus is part of a universal, multi platform network, it adds some interesting functionality, as well as a few constraints.

The Disqus system outsources comments to their network, so while the comments appear on your website, everything is controlled and hosted on the Disqus network.