#1: Drone
A continuous integration platform built on Docker. Drone is packaged and distributed as a Debian file, tested on 64-bit versions of Ubuntu Precise Pangolin and Ubuntu Raring Ringtail, and its only dependency is Docker 0.8. Drone can clone your repository into a Docker container, launch database containers for your build, or trigger a deployment, e-mail, HipChat message or Web hook notification.

#2: Pageres
Created by Sindre Sorhus, Pageres takes website screenshots in different resolutions to test responsiveness. Using PhantomJS, it can generate 100 screenshots from 10 different websites in just over a minute.  

#3: InstantClick
This JavaScript library created by Alex Dieulot dramatically speeds up websites, making navigation effectively instant. InstantClick circumvents the bottleneck of page latency by preloading links you are likely to click on. It uses a combination of pushState and AJAX known as pjax to stop script recompilation and individual pages, and to nix the white flash while a page is loading.

#4: Godot
Godot is a fully-featured, open-source, MIT-licensed game engine.  Developed by Juan Linietsky and Ariel Manzur of OKAM Studio, it focuses on tools and a visual oriented workflow that can export to PC, mobile and Web platforms. The feature-rich editor, language and APIs are simple to learn and currently available in beta.

#5: TextQL was featured in last week’s Top 5 trending projects.