#1: Papers We Love
Papers We Love is exactly what it sounds like: a collection of papers from the computer science community to read and discuss. The repository houses not only academic papers, but also other good places to find papers, how to read computer science papers, and Papers We Love meetups in New York City, San Francisco and London.
#2: Beets (by Sampson)
Created by the aforementioned Adrian Sampson, Beets is a media library-management system for obsessive-compulsive music geeks. Beets is designed to get your music collection right once and for all, cataloging your collection, automatically improving its metadata as it goes. It then provides a collection of tools for manipulating and accessing your music.
From the minds of Facebook comes an easy way to add a simple shimmering effect to any view in an iOS app, which is particularly useful as an unobtrusive loading indicator. Shimmer was originally developed to show loading statuses in Facebook’s Paper app. Shimmer uses Core Animation’s timing features to smoothly transition in line with the animation frame rate when starting and stopping the shimmer.
#4: Neovim took the top spot in last week’s Top 5 trending projects.
#5: Code Guide
Code Guide is a project for documenting standards for developing “flexible, durable, and sustainable” HTML and CSS code. It comes from years of experience writing code on projects of all sizes from creator Mark Otto, covering every HTML and CSS standard in clean, scrolling fashion.