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CMS for via. https://gitlab.com/studieverenigingvia/viaduct

viaict/viaduct CMS for via. Moved to https://gitlab.com/studieverenigingvia/viaduct Users starred: 17Users forked: 3Users watching: 17Updated at: 2020-06-09 18:37:02 Viaduct v2.12.2.3 Versioning works as follows: vSYSTEM.FEATURE.IMPROVEMENT.BUG-/HOTFIX Tutorial See tutorial. Setup: Primary development is located at gitlab.com. Python environment Development can be done using only docker and docker-compose, then you...

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SAA1099Tracker is an offline-storage HTML5/JavaScript chiptune music tracker for Philips SAA 1099 soundchip

mborik/SAA1099Tracker SAA1099Tracker is an offline-storage HTML5/JavaScript chiptune music tracker for Philips SAA 1099 soundchip Users starred: 17Users forked: 2Users watching: 17Updated at: 2020-06-07 11:25:01 SAA1099Tracker SAA1099Tracker is an offline-storage HTML5/JavaScript chiptune music tracker for Philips SAA 1099 soundchip with 6 channels which was used in these 8bit computers: integrated in Sam Coupé sound...

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A beautiful drag and drop kanban board

embrilliant/kanban_board A beautiful drag and drop kanban board Users starred: 8Users forked: 2Users watching: 8Updated at: 2020-05-30 15:55:21 Kanban Board A beautiful minimal agile development tool for anything. Features Drag and drop image file from desktop to change the background of the board Drag and drop tickets Animated bin Technology JavaScript Objects jQuery HTML5 Local storage Drag and drop CSS Media...

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OXID Flow Responsive Theme

OXID-eSales/flow_theme OXID Flow Responsive Theme Users starred: 24Users forked: 50Users watching: 24Updated at: 2020-05-15 22:48:54 Flow Theme General Information Flow is a responsive theme for all OXID eShop editions. Installation Step 1: Select the appropriate branch Currently there are 3 main branches for Flow: Branch b-1.0 contains Flow for OXID eShop version 4.10/5.3 Branch b-2.x contains Flow for OXID eShop version...

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Sass and clamp

CSS got some pretty nifty features recently. There’s the min() and max() functions. If you use them for, say, width you can use one rule where previously you would’ve needed to use two (a width declaration followed by either min-width or max-width). But they can also be applied to font-size! That’s very nifty—we’ve never had min-font-size or max-font-size properties. There’s also the clamp() function. That allows you to set...