The toolbar consists of several plugins that each provide their own functionality.
Many of these plugins “annotate” elements on the page. Sometimes to show their existence, other times to point out when something’s wrong.
A node.js package that will allow you to write tests easily and perform tests on the command line, in your browser or offload it to something like BrowserStack
MissPlete supports synonyms and it can be customized with any algorithm to select and sort the completions.
Gridster is a jQuery plugin that allows building intuitive draggable layouts from elements spanning multiple columns.
In CSS we already have the selector ::first-line to apply style on the first line of element. But there is no selector like ::nth-line(), ::nth-last-line() or even ::last-line. Lining.JS gives you the ability to achieve this.
A lightweight, simple DOM utility made to run on a tight budget.
Nightmare lets you simplify deeply nested callbacks into a few sequential statements.
A great primer for getting started with Gulp to help your front end workflow.
Surf the Dream is a blog that has been running since the mid 2000's when it started on BlogSpot. Over the years it's been rebranded as justinavery.me (now my resume) and JaveryDesign.com (which now redirects back to this site).