The .dev TLD has created lots of conversation in the community (here and here for example), and some of the most interesting developer-focused companies are using .dev to share dev-focused resources and tools 🛠.
We thought it would be fun to build a list of interesting developer resources on the TLD as they emerge.
orbit-love / awesome-dot-dev
A list of awesome developer resources on the .dev TLD
awesome .dev sites
A curated list of developer resources on the .dev TLD, inspired by awesome.re.
- crm.dev - homepage for the Salesforce developer program
- glitch.dev - the Glitch guide to developer relations
- nodejs.dev - Node.js guide content
- opensource.dev - Google’s guide to open source
- stripe.dev - Stripe demos, guides, and developer tools
- slack.dev - Slack tools, libraries, and SDKs
- web.dev - educational resources about web development from Google
- ycombinator.dev - Y Combinator Resources for Developers
- kapitan.dev - Generic templated configuration management for Kubernetes, Terraform and other things
- tfhub.dev - TensorFlow hub
- pptr.dev - a Node library which provides a high-level API to control Chrome or Chromium over the DevTools Protocol
- awesomestacks.dev - an open source tool for discovering tech stacks for building different applications and features
- jess.dev - Jess Frazelle's blog
- hashnode.dev - Hassle-free Blogging Software for Developers!.
- women.dev - women Who Code is the…
The list is thin for now, but with the community's help, we hope to see the resource grow. Check out the contribution guidelines and add to the list!
Top comments (6)
This is cool. I was playing around with a Google search for site:*.dev earlier to do the same thing. Compiling a list into a repo makes a lot more sense.
I didn't know you could use wildcards in a site: query like that. Handy trick! 😄
I have to say I'm excited to try out github.dev, I haven't had anything hosted on GitHub pages for a while and this looks like just the thing
Cloudflare announced workers.dev
deskpro seems to own php.dev which redirects to their careers site. Interesting recruiting tactic but wouldn't it violate copyright or something?