This is the first post of the my weekly
linkdump series. I want to start this mainly because I come across so many stuff every week and I wanted to share what cought my attention.
If you are an avid HackerNews follower, some of these are probably not "news" to you ;)
This is the new standard from
W3C to address this never ending mess of passwords. I hope to have time to play around with it the next weeks.
That's my absolute favorite
CI/CD tool so far. The main advantages I see are: minimalist, written in
Go, built on
Docker, solid documentation and ease of use. I have been able to setup the server and the runner in a few minutes.
When it comes to use the right too for your local developement environement, there are a lot of choices. This one is based on
Docker and seems to support a lot of services and stacks.
Yet another pile of
Docker setup files to build your local PHP environement. I tested it and the performance seems to be great so far. I will probably fork it later this year to see if we can migrate our internal Vagrant LEMP stack.
This is a nice and very powerful tool for MacOS automation. This is written in
Lua and the documentation is very simple to follow. I will have to dedicate a whole article on this one.
An alternative to
Vue without Virtual DOM. This looks promising and the comments on HN are great so far.
We use Bootstrap a lot at work, but sometimes it's nice get back to the basic with a minimialist approach. This one is based on
That's it for today!