Useful links #29

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Useful links #29

  • A minimalist, easy-to-host service for sharing images and other files

Form generators

  • Open-Source, AI-Native, Terminal

  • An open source approach to locally record and enable searching everything you view on your Mac.

  • (online) Scan Docker containers for security vulnerabilities

  • aggregates data about EOL from various sources

  • Try to locate where a picture was taken

  • A screen recorder that's free, private, and friendly

  • If your computer runs on a local network and is behind a fairly restrictive firewall, and you really want to expose a certain service to the outside world, Zrok can help you with that. This solution is based on the Zero Trust Network concept. It works a bit like the popular Ngrok, except that it supports any protocol running on TCP/UDP, not just HTTP.

  • Build terminal forms and prompts

  • A lightweight, minimalistic, and synchronous Python package for quickly sending emails via Gmail

  • A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes

  • Shell style guide from Google

  • A user-friendly CMS for static site generators (Jekyll, Hugo, etc.)

  • All of the paywall removers in one place

  • Remote desktop with Chrome

  • All-in-one OSINT tool for analysing any website

  • (Python) Build better UIs faster

  • Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE): Standard vs Autopilot

  • Track clicks, opens, events and many more

  • A flexible command line tool for template rendering. Supports lots of local and remote datasources