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Help build a list of awesome .dev sites

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The .dev TLD has created lots of conversation in the community (here and here for example), and some of the most interesting developer-focused companies are using .dev to share dev-focused resources and tools ๐Ÿ› .

We thought it would be fun to build a list of interesting developer resources on the TLD as they emerge.

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A list of awesome developer resources on the .dev TLD

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A curated list of developer resources on the .dev TLD, inspired by awesome.re.

Sites

Resources

  • crm.dev - homepage for the Salesforce developer program
  • glitch.dev - the Glitch guide to developer relations
  • nodejs.dev - Node.js guide content
  • opensource.dev - Googleโ€™s guide to open source
  • stripe.dev - Stripe demos, guides, and developer tools
  • slack.dev - Slack tools, libraries, and SDKs
  • web.dev - educational resources about web development from Google
  • ycombinator.dev - Y Combinator Resources for Developers
  • kapitan.dev - Generic templated configuration management for Kubernetes, Terraform and other things
  • tfhub.dev - TensorFlow hub
  • pptr.dev - a Node library which provides a high-level API to control Chrome or Chromium over the DevTools Protocol
  • awesomestacks.dev - an open source tool for discovering tech stacks for building different applications and features

Blogs

Communities

  • women.dev - women Who Code is the largest and most active community for technicalโ€ฆ

The list is thin for now, but with the community's help, we hope to see the resource grow. Check out the contribution guidelines and add to the list!

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This is cool. I was playing around with a Google search for site:*.dev earlier to do the same thing. Compiling a list into a repo makes a lot more sense.

 

I didn't know you could use wildcards in a site: query like that. Handy trick! ๐Ÿ˜„

 

I have to say I'm excited to try out github.dev, I haven't had anything hosted on GitHub pages for a while and this looks like just the thing

 
 

deskpro seems to own php.dev which redirects to their careers site. Interesting recruiting tactic but wouldn't it violate copyright or something?

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