This post lists a bunch of interesting tools I came upon. I will keep updating it.
- Hugo. Of course it goes first. It’s what makes this site possible.
- Slock. A useful small tool for turning off the screen and lock it. Just type in your password to unlock it.
- Vrome. Make your Chrome work in a VI fashion. A great tool for VI fans who hate the mouse.
- Timeline and TimelineJS. If you want to make some timelines. Example here.
- screenFetch. A nice small command-line tool shows basic hardware and OS info.
- mpld3. Plot interactive graphs for web-browsing using Matplotlib.
- Go-For-It. A tool for task management.
- PowerTOP. An Intel opensource tool for diagnosing the power consumption.
- Alien. A useful tool to convert between different linux install packages, such as deb, rpm, etc.
- Ext2Fsd. Enable direct access from Windows to your files on ext2/3/4 partitions. Extremely useful if you have a dual boot computer.
- Xrandr. For setting the size, orientation and/or reflection of the outputs of a screen.
- nanoGallery. Responsive gallery for your website. Example here.
- Owl Carousel. Add responsive carousel to your site.
- qTip2. Customize your own tooltips for webpages.
- jqplot. Create all kinds of charts in your webpages.
- Realm. An extremely easy-to-use mobile database.
- Katex. Writing math formulas in a latex fashion in your webpage.
- you-get. CLI tool for downloading videos from websites.
- clonezilla. Great tools for disk/partition backup and data migration.
8 Jun 2015