Issue #24 (November 11, 2018)
Number 1 this week, Carlo is a project that lets Node.js take control of a locally installed Chrome browser.
It reminds the scope of Electron and NW.js projects but it’s built on top of Puppeteer and it focuses on productivity rather than on branding features for desktop applications.
Examples in the repository show how to display in the browser information related to the system (OS, battery…).
Basically with Carlo developers can provide a visual interface, using web technologies, for things that are usually controlled from the command line.
We can expect projects like scaffolding tools or test runners that will take advantage of this new “Headful Note app framework”.
Web rendering surface for Node applications
A pack of more than 480 beautifully crafted Open Source icons. SVG, Sketch, Web Font and Animations support.
Spectre.css - A Lightweight, Responsive and Modern CSS Framework
30 seconds of code
A modern reverse proxy for node
Bring charts to terminal.
Any question or feedback? Reach us on GitHub.