We use this on the new NACHI.ORG and it’s working really really well:
Definitely looks promising. I love the way it tracks changes and shows you exactly what you did before you save/discard. Also, the whole “planned releases” feature is really well done.
prismic.io is a web software you can use to build and manage any kind of website or app. API-driven, it is the easiest way to integrate your content with no technology or design constraint. It is also the easiest way for content writers to edit, preview and plan updates.
I have to say, I quite like the Windows Mobile/Windows 8 UI style. WinJS is Microsoft’s framework for providing a Windows-like interface via Web technology. They just released it under an Apache license and have published a timeline to cross-platform compatibility. I’m definitely keeping my eye on this project.
If you have to support Internet Explorer 8 (or, gasp!, even earlier versions of IE) in a modern website design, you’ll probably run into issues with media queries (especially if you’re using a mobile-first approach). One option is to use Respond.js, but in my experience this can lead to a significant performance hit and cross-domain issues (if you’re using a CDN for assets, for example). I recently discovered an alternate approach which in my opinion is much cleaner and simpler (especially if you’re already using Grunt as part of your build process).
This is a really interesting project to managing WordPress install “states” — transferrable configurations — from the command line. I haven’t tried it yet, but it certainly looks promising.
Dictator controls the State of WordPress
Promising-looking tool to build/document/test an API: API Blueprint
This is an interesting alternative to Google Analytics: Open Web Analytics
Wow, this looks really promising:
Regular expression tool with syntax highlighting, contextual help, video tutorial, reference, and searchable community patterns.