This front-end performance heat map from Mark Zeman is a bookmarklet to of resources loaded in the browser using the Resource Timing API. Once installed, the bookmarklet overlays a performance heatmap over the web page to indicate user experience with interactive timing when the mouse hovers over a particular spot. PerfMap is only available on Chrome.
#2, SweetAlert was featured in last week’s Top 5 trending projects.
#3: AngularJS Style Guide
More than a bit similar to another AngularJS Style Guide that made the list back in August this guide comes from the folks at GoCardless. The guide covers high-level goals, third-party dependencies, directory and file structure, parts, testing and patterns in AngularJS.
AsyncDisplayKit is Facebook’s source of smooth, responsive asynchronous user interfaces for iOS apps. The iOS framework was originally built to make Facebook’s Paper possible, and goes hand-in-hand with pop’s physics-based animations — but it’s just as powerful with UIKit Dynamics and conventional app designs.
Lwan is a high-performance & scalable web server for glibc/Linux platforms. In development for almost 3 years by Leandro A.F. Pereira, Lwan was until now a personal research effort that focused mostly on building a solid infrastructure for a lightweight and speedy web server with a low memory footprint, minimal system calls, a hand-crafter HTTP request parser and a C code base of roughly 7,200 lines. Lwan is now transitioning into a fully working, capable HTTP server with features including a mustache templating engine, Python test suite and an API.