kdenlive.org

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Video editing for Linux, Windows and Mac.

Blender Foundation

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3D Blender Talk and tutorials.

f-droid.org

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Open source android without the Google overlords.

apkpure.com

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Fed up with Google Play? Get android apps from APKpure.

softpanorama.info

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A slightly (skeptical) Open Source Software Educational Society.

30 years of Softpanorama which was started in September of 1989 as a monthly floppy based bulletin for PC programmers.

stackblitz.com

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Create, edit & deploy fullstack apps — in just one click. From Angular to React or even just HTML, JS and CSS.

StackBlitz September 2022 Update

2 October 2022 @ 12:00 am

We have been working hard on the new products that will premiere at ViteConf. At this moment, 19,000 folks registered to attend! If you haven’t yet, make sure to register your free ticket. Meanwhile, we have been pushing updates and cheering for our community! Today we are bringing you: New Teammates: our team has grown StackBlitz in the wild: news from our community DX & Compatibility improvements: the change log Quick bites for the road I hope you’ll have a wonderful month! New Teammates Permalink Our team has grown! Please meet:

StackBlitz August 2022 Update

2 September 2022 @ 12:00 am

It’s a beautiful month in the neighborhood: we’ve released two features for educators and content creators (Collections and Social Previews), over 14,000 people registered for ViteConf and we’ve announced the all-star speaker list! Grab your free ticket if you haven’t yet! Today we are bringing you: StackBlitz in the wild: news from our community DX & Compatibility improvements: the change log Quick bites for the road I hope you’ll have a wonderful month! StackBlitz in the wild Permalink “Animations are hard”

StackBlitz July 2022 Update

19 August 2022 @ 12:00 am

Have you heard the big news yet? We are hosting ViteConf, a celebration of web ecosystem 🥳 The conference, happening on October 10-11, is online and free, features all-star speakers and already attracted over 9,500 attendants. Get your ticket today! Today we are bringing you: StackBlitz in the wild: news from our community DX & Compatibility improvements: the change log Quick bites for the road I hope you’ll have a wonderful month! StackBlitz in the wild Permalink Shoutout to the SolidJS team who have just demoed their

Introducing: Collections and Social Previews!

4 August 2022 @ 12:00 am

.community-collections { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(auto-fit, minmax(300px, 1fr)); gap: 1em; } .community-collections a { display: block; transition: all 0.2s; transform-origin: bottom; } .community-collections a:hover { transform: scale(1.02); } .community-collections img { max-width: 100%; } Over the past few years StackBlitz has become home to millions of developers who have created tens of millions of amazing projects. Some of these are quick one-off experiments, some are tended to and long-lasting. In many cases a single project doesn't cut it. It might be the need for usage examples of a specific library, a group of demos for a workshop or a conference talk, or a set of presets for bug reproductions. Today we are announcing a way to organize such projects into Collections!

Down the caching-hole: adventures in 'HTTP caching and Faraday' land

18 July 2022 @ 12:00 am

This article was written based on our development collaboration with Evil Martians. You can check their technical blog. In this article, I'll tell you a little story: I added an automated caching mechanism to Octokit …and everything went wrong. Thanks to my fantastic misadventures, you'll learn about HTTP caches, how Faraday middleware work, and how to use them to automagically start caching API calls. I was beginning to get very tired, sitting by my computer on the bank, manually caching API responses. Once or twice I peeped into RFC 7234, but it had no pictures or conversations in it, "and what is the use of a document", I thought, "without pictures or conversations?" But seriously, everything started with

Announcing ViteConf

14 July 2022 @ 12:00 am

Vite has quickly become the epicenter of innovation in web development. It now powers nearly all major frameworks including Svelte, Vue, Nuxt, Astro, and Shopify's Hydrogen—the first production React framework to natively support React Server Components. Last year StackBlitz became the largest backer of Vite core development. While working with this ecosystem we've become incredibly excited about the progress and collaborations happening. We felt this community's work deserved a dedicated spotlight. That's why today, we are excited to share that StackBlitz is hosting the first ever ViteConf: a celebration of the open web ecosystem, and unveiling a new era of truly instant web development. ViteConf is entirely free and happening live online on 11-12 October. Together with Cloudflare and Netlify, our Co

StackBlitz June 2022 Update

7 July 2022 @ 12:00 am

The conference season has officially begun with StackBlitz getting major shoutouts at OpenJS World and the JSNation Conference. For us it was also a month of two alpha releases: Firefox support and WebContainers API. We are on the roll and we are not stopping any time soon! Today we are bringing you: StackBlitz in the wild: news from our community DX & Compatibility improvements: the change log Quick bites for the road I hope you’ll have a wonderful month! StackBlitz in the wild Permalink Have you seen Rich Harris’ talk at the OpenJS W

The Fox and the Bolt: Bringing WebContainers to Firefox

9 June 2022 @ 12:00 am

Two days ago we announced that WebContainers are now compatible with Firefox. In fact, we soft-launched the alpha version a few weeks ago! We've been working hard for the past months to make this a reality, and we can honestly say that has been both trying and rewarding. Seeing a full Node runtime run on a new browser was well worth the effort, but it's had us toiling down some pretty deep rabbit holes. You see, WebContainers are not your run-of-the-mill web application. We don't render any UI, nor do we have any CSS code. We don't run into the "usual" cross-browser problems with rendering differences. Instead, we make heavy use of message passing, WebAssembly and atomics. We need to pay attention to the precise wording of Web specs and Node's documentation, so we get the behav

WebContainers are now supported in Firefox on desktop and Android

7 June 2022 @ 12:00 am

Almost exactly one year ago we launched WebContainers, our in-browser operating system capable of running full Node.js toolchains. The ability to instantly build the web using the web struck a chord with developers, and millions of developers now use StackBlitz every month for instant bug reports, live documentation examples, and much more. While WebContainers are built entirely on web standardized APIs like WebAssembly and Service Workers, to date they've been limited to running in Chromium-based browsers due to differences in how these APIs work across different browser implementations. This can be worked around to some degree in userland, but because WebContainers are amongst the most sophisticated applications that run inside browser engines, we needed to team up with platform vendors directly to bring these instan

StackBlitz May 2022 Update

3 June 2022 @ 12:00 am

May has brought us a lot of opportunities to make our community happy: from hosting sessions at Write the Docs conference to finding plenty of StackBlitz specimens in the wild, we feel pampered basking in the warmth of our community! Today we are bringing you: StackBlitz in the wild: news from our community DX & Compatibility improvements: the change log Dispatch from Write the Docs conference Meanwhile, we are getting ready for a big announcement đź‘€ StackBlitz in the wild Permalink What a joy to see StackBlitz used in

nomoregoogle.com

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Privacy-friendly alternatives to Google that don’t track you.

obsproject.com

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Stream yourself to the masses, youtube, twitch, etc to name just a few.

redhat.com

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The home of RHEL Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Typecatcher

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Google fonts on Linux.