Latest bookmarks (page 1 of 6)

27 Apr
"I want to be able to declare my 2 variables once, and use them twice."
27 Apr
"Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces in a composable way with as little code as necessary. It’s the “Command Line Interface Creation Kit”. It’s highly configurable but comes with sensible defaults out of the box."
26 Apr
"It’s 42 years since Computing Today first published The Valley. It set a new standard for magazine type-in games as the code is designed to be portable, well structured and comprehensively documented. Perhaps most importantly it is very playable, with lots of scope for writing extensions to the core game."
19 Apr
"Craft.js solves this problem by modularising the building blocks of a page editor. It provides a drag-n-drop system and handles the way user components should be rendered, updated and moved - among other things. "
19 Apr
"Emissary is the standalone Fediverse server designed for end users, app creators, and hosting admins — that gives everyone powerful new ways to join the social web."
19 Apr
"Quickly understand inscrutable LLM frameworks by intercepting API calls."
16 Apr
"micro-SD adapter + pins + solder = working SD interface"
9 Apr
"z80pack is great for creating an emulated CP/M system. It can either be used to create a general CP/M system or can emulate a specific system such as an IMSAI or ALTAIR including a graphical front-panel. It is well documented and is being actively developed."
29 Feb
"RBBS4 is a new version of the popular public domain program for CP/M, written in BDS-C, co-authored by John Gilbert and Frank Wancho. It is not upward file-compatible with older versions of RBBS, and requires BDS-C 1.60 to compile. See RBBS4.C for more info, disclaimers, etc. (I have not tried compiling this program under any previous versions of BDS-C.)"