• Most basic example of Flexbox
  • Fill each row with equally sized elements
  • Add dummy elements to keep everything equal
  • Skeleton HTML file to get started
  • Add your own HTML, CSS, and/or JS
  • Add gradients to any border
  • Handle non-zero border-radius
  • Generate simple patterns from any text
  • Download embedded SVG
  • Customize the colors and more
  • Create a web page like TripleLog's home page
  • Use very basic flexbox elements
  • Add gradients to backgrounds and borders
  • Turn inline SVG into a downloadable PNG
  • Convert SVG paths to canvas paths
  • Turn pointer inputs into SVG curves
  • Set colors and widths
  • Postfix very simple math expressions
  • Walk-through the algorithm step-by-step
  • Postfix most basic math expressions
  • Walk-through the algorithm step-by-step
  • Learn the postfix algorithm
  • Manually pick the next step of the algorithm
  • Handles lots of math expressions
  • A postfix algorithm in python
  • A postfix algorithm in c++
  • A postfix algorithm in bash
  • Add blockly to a web site
  • The postfix algorithm via Blockly
  • Render client-side for dynamic tables.
  • Use mustache.js templating.
  • Convert object of arrays to HTML syntax.
  • Pre-render HTML tables on the server.
  • Use nunjucks templating on Node.js.
  • Convert object of arrays to HTML syntax.
  • Sortable HTML tables.
  • Use mustache.js templating client-side.
  • Paginate HTML tables.
  • Filter HTML tables.
  • HTML tables from a Google Sheet.
  • HTML tables from a CSV file.
  • HTML tables from an API.
  • Automatically Regenerate the Table.
  • Flexbox tables from CSV file.
  • Generate static HTML/CSS.
  • Paginated flexbox table.
  • Paginate horizontal and/or vertical.
  • Just static HTML and CSS.
  • Create sudoku puzzles in pure HTML/CSS.
  • Lightweight game with limited features.
  • Create sudoku puzzles in pure HTML/CSS.
  • Prevent illegal moves.
  • Show a victory message.
  • Create sudoku puzzles in pure HTML/CSS.
  • Use a bash script to customize the puzzle.
  • Create sudoku puzzles in pure HTML/CSS.
  • Use emojis in place of digits.
  • Any size puzzle is possible.
  • Create sudoku puzzles in pure HTML/CSS.
  • Use Python (w/ jinja2) to generate static files.
  • Convert shapefiles to SVG.
  • Python creates SVG paths for any states.
  • Spin up a simple Flask server.
  • Use Python to create and server CSS sudoku puzzles.
  • Use Flask to turn a shapefile into SVG.
  • Pick the states to display.
  • Drag shapes with simple JavaScript.
  • Change the color of SVG paths.
  • Edit the viewBox of an SVG element.
  • Use text inputs or drag/drop.
  • Copy SVG to the clipboard or download.
  • Edit sizes and colors.
  • Move labels to the right location.
  • Change the size of labels.
  • Create more reasonably sized sudoku puzzles.
  • Still lots of options including emojis.
  • Full code for generating SVG.
  • Create Flask server to read files.
  • Create simple web app to edit.
  • Implement a trie with JavaScript.
  • Search and replace greek letters.