graph-cliis designed to be highly configurable for easy and detailed graph generation. It has many flags to acquire this detail and uses reasonable defaults to avoid bothering the user. It also leverages chaining, so you can create complex graphs from multiple CSV files.
F2 is born for mobile, developed for developers as well as designers. It is Html5 Canvas-based, and is also compatible with Node.js, Weex and React Native.
This was announced in late March, but I missed it back then so maybe you did too.
Our goal was to more easily enable anyone to explore the health of the web as a whole. Not just data-mining SQL gurus or statisticians, but everyone with a vested interest in the state of the web.
An excellent goal, indeed. How did they do? Well, they added a bunch of awesome reports and consolidated traffic data between mobile and desktop devices. If you hadn’t bookmarked this site previously, now is the time.
These are always fun. React, anyone?
As we know, an “Ask HN: Who is Hiring?”(example) post will occur at hackernews every month. It is interesting to scan the post because it helps you to get a feeling about what is happening in tec related busness. Aim of this repo is to give you a feeling about how the tec job requirements/used tools/kind/… evolves.
React and Blockchain jobs on the rise…
I hope this service doesn’t promulgate the GitHub-profile-as-resumé meme, because it’s definitely cool and fun to let it crunch the numbers and visualize what you’ve been up to all these years. For example, it determined that my most productive days are Mondays. I didn’t know that!
ASCII is dead. Long live ASCII 👑
What are Flame Graphs good for? According to Netflix, they’re using them for:
quick analysis of performance issues such as perturbations, variance, single-threaded execution, and more.