#1: Swift in Chinese was featured in last week’s Top 5 trending projects. Alas, another Swift project from last week, FlappySwift, wasn’t able to flap it’s way back.

#2: HTTPie
HTTPie is a command-line HTTP client designed to make CLI interaction with Web services as human-friendly as possible. Developed by Jakub Roztočil, it provides a simple HTTP command for sending arbitrary HTTP requests using a simple and natural syntax, and displays colorized responses. HTTPie can be used for testing, debugging and generally interacting with HTTP servers.

#3: Frontend Development
This huge list of front-end development resources compiled by Dmitriy Navrotskyy, sorted from general knowledge to concrete problems. The list spans guides, architecture, worflows, programming and markup languages, JavaScript, extensions, flow control, HTML, the list goes on. It’s a really, really long list.

#4: Octicons!
GitHub has open-sourced Octicons, its icon font, in all its splendor and glory. The icons are not monospaced, which means they look nice next to text, and look best in font sizes that are multiples of 16. Add Octicons to your project and go bananas!

#5: Outdated Browser v1.0
Created by Burocratik, Outdated Browser is a timesaving tool for developers that detects outdated browsers and advises users to upgrade to a new version. The project checks if a user’s browser can handle a website, and if not, a notice will pop up advising the update. Simple as that. Whether the user actually does it, though, is entirely up to them.