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I'm Jason, a web applications developer in the San Francisco Bay area.


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Code Courses

  • CodeSchool - Provides many high quality courses covering several paths (HTMl/CSS, Javascript, Ruby, Python, iOS, Git, and Databases)
  • Egghead

Sandboxes

  • JsFiddle - Free solution with collaboration features
  • JsBin - Free solution, with upgraded features available for $18.90 monthly / $145.50 yearly
  • Plunker - Provides options for chat and collaboration with other remote developers
  • CodePen
  • [Repl.it´╗┐] - Create and share code examples, with execution and output, for many languages (Javascript, Ruby, Python, PHP, Go, etc.)

JavaScript Libraries

  • PrismJS - lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter
  • Shower - HTML presentation engine. See Github

Organizational Tools

  • Pinboard - Social bookmarking for $11 yearly, alternative to Delicious. $25 yearly and they will store copies of the pages you bookmark (just in case they might go away)
  • Dragdis - Look a bookmarking platform, but visually oriented. Appears designed for visual inspiration, like Pinterest for the web.
  • Phabricator - Coding development platform similar to Github, created and used by Facebook

Collaboration Tools

  • Codeassium - Collaborative code editor, video conferencing, code execution
  • Cloud9 - Cloud / browser based IDE. Includes built in terminal, image editor, and language tools.
  • Nitrous - A development platform with a collaborative web IDE.
  • Koding - A social development platform with real-time collaborative features. Requires AWS EC2 instance for back-end.
  • CodeAnywhere - Cross platform Web IDE
  • Kobra - Realtime collaborative coding, with built in video & voice chat. Not meant to be an IDE.

Transpilers

  • EMScripten - Compiles C and C++ into highly-optimizable JavaScript in asm. js format. This lets you run C and C++ on the web at near-native speed, without plugins.

Javascript

AngularJS