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For me, I've recently discovered just how many great Ruby libraries Andrew Kane maintains....

I've already used several of these and we use some on DEV, but it was great to learn about some ones I had not seen before. - minimalistic (and very fast) js test runner. When Jest is too much, pta seems cool. :)

Also, a little bit niche, but alpine.js - - Alpine.js offers you the reactive and declarative nature of big frameworks like Vue or React at a much lower cost.


This is pretty niche, but I think ZigGBA is cool. It's a very-WIP brand new SDK for making Gameboy Advance games with the Zig programming language.

In a similar vein, this GameBoy emulator written in Elm is highly impressive: elmboy.

I've never even owned a GameBoy product myself, I couldn't tell you why I'm so fascinated by these.


vgtk: A declarative desktop UI framework for Rust built on GTK and Gtk-rs


Basically Rust + GTK + JSX + A little bit of Elm.


Tailscale's looking pretty cool!

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The easiest, most secure way to use WireGuard.


Private WireGuard® networks made easy


This repository contains all the open source Tailscale code It currently includes the Linux client.

The Linux client is currently cmd/relaynode, but will soon be replaced by cmd/tailscaled.


go install{,d}

We only support the latest Go release and any Go beta or release candidate builds (currently Go 1.13.x or Go 1.14) in module mode. It might work in earlier Go versions or in GOPATH mode, but we're making no effort to keep those working.


Please file any issues about this code or the hosted service on the issue tracker.



PRs welcome, but we are still working out our contribution process and tooling.

We require Developer Certificate of Origin Signed-off-by lines in commits.

About Us

We are apenwarr, bradfitz, crawshaw, danderson, dfcarney from Tailscale Inc You can learn more about us from our website.

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