A minimal web browser with vim-like hotkeys. It uses the blink renderer and it's fast and can render even some of the jankiest websites.
The once great open source browser.
Extremely fast reverse proxy or static webserver.
Dead simple and easy to configure webserver.
Very simple and secure webserver.
When you need a web server in a hurry.
Extremely fast and simple webserver. Reliable enough to host big important sites.
Access web log analyzer.
The HTML standard is not a standard.
Storing data somewhat reliably.
Fast static site generator written in go.
User-friendly command-line HTTP client for the API era.
A query language for your API.
Quickly setup and run multi-process webapps.
Generate trusted developer certs for your local machine.
Create a virtual machine for every fuckin program you're running lol.
A good overview on web best practices (which I tend to agree with).
A detailed guide to the current research and advice on color and contrast.
Shows an estimation of how your colors will be viewed with different impairments.
Generate random AAA color schemes.
Great writing about embracing the web as a medium rather than attempting to control and force specific fonts and styles. Think of web design as "influencing page layout". Yourself being the browser's mentor rather than micro-manager.
A book on writing a basic web browser (with some js support) in about 1,000 lines of python.
If someone asks about a "non-evil" analytics system. This one seems good.