God - A Process Monitoring Framework in Ruby -
God is an easy to configure, easy to extend monitoring framework written in Ruby.
Keeping your server processes and tasks running should be a simple part of your deployment process. God aims to be the simplest, most powerful monitoring application available.
The History of Packets -
This guide seeks to take you on the adventure of the changing packet, and how it has survived over the past four decades of networking hardware and computer software. The Internet started in the late 1960s as ARPANET.
The Log File Navigator -
An advanced log file viewer for the small-scale
Watch and analyze your log files from a terminal.
No server. No setup. Still featureful.
A Fast and Memory-Efficient Web Server Extension Mechanism Using Scripting Language mruby for nginx
REST Hooks -
REST Hooks itself is not a specification, it is a collection of patterns that treat webhooks like subscriptions. These subscriptions are manipulated via a REST API just like any other resource. That’s it. Really.
UXPorn by UXPin -
User Interface Design Patterns and Wireframe Templates
Job queues, message queues and other queues. Almost all of them.
mon(1) - Super-simple monitoring program. -
mon spawned from the needlessly complex frustration that tools like monit provide, with their awkward DSLs and setup. mon is written in C, uses less than 400kb of memory, and is incredibly simple to set up.
JSON API: Format
Parallelism and concurrency need different tools
GitHub Issues on the command line. Use your $EDITOR, not your browser.
TechEmpower - Web Framework Benchmarks -
In the following tests, we have measured the performance of several web application platforms, full-stack frameworks, and micro-frameworks.