RED (Resource Expert Droid)
Online checker for web-page headers. You can also download the code and use locally.
It highlights common issues and suggests improvements.
There is also a bookmarklet to make things easier.
Chris Adams: Cleaning up the web with jQuery and a little help from Google
How to use JQuery (or other libraries) in a bookmarklet! With an example of making textarea’s resizeable.
Chris Adams provides a template for creating your own bookmarklet and explains some of the reasons you might want to use this technique for development and testing. He also points out some gotcha’s to be careful of.
closure-library – Project Hosting on Google Code
“user interface widgets, an event framework, a packaging and dependency resolution system, tools for DOM manipulation, tools for creating animation effects (including drag and drop), communication utilities, a unit testing framework, and a wide variety of other packages.”
Used internally my Google. See http://closure-library.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/closure/goog/docs/index.html for the list and docs.
There is also a “compiler” (in java) that shrinks code and checks for some common errors.
BOUML – a free UML tool box
“BOUML is a free UML 2 tool box allowing you to specify and generate code in C++, Java, Idl, Php and Python.
BOUML runs under Unix/Linux/Solaris, MacOS X(Power PC and Intel) and Windows.”
“removes unwanted objects from your photos. Just paint over them in black, and click go! Uncovers hidden details in your photos. Sit back and watch as cage bars disappear from the zoo, and your old girlfriend or boyfriend fades away. It removes wrinkles, or it can remove entire facial features.
PhotoWipe uses a modified version of the greycstoration image processing library do its work”
ExposurePlot (former Focalplot)
“analyzes your usage of the focal length of your lenses (jpeg only), show charts for ISO, aperture and shutterspeed.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.