Auto-formatting with JSCS or a visualization of landscape data, five links that will teach you: nothing is impossible.
JSCS is a code style linter for programmatically enforcing your style guide.
There is a new auto-formatting feature in JSCS for applying style guide rules in your scripts.
Mapbox released Tippecanoe, a tool to build vector tileset from large geoJSON. The goal of Tippecanoe is to enable making a scale-independent view of your data, so that at any level you can see the density and texture of the data.
3. Minimal style for maps:
Minimal Maps is a project that explores how richly-detailed single subject maps can give us new imagery to understand our landscape. The data is accurate for the year 2014 and explores the American (lower 48 states) landscape as a whole entity.
4. Atom editor enables pair programming:
Push agile development with the new Atom Package for pair programming in the text editor Atom.
5. A self executing code pen:
No description needed - just open this link
And one more for gamers (yes, now we have 6 links, but that’s okay): Pong, Pacman, Space Invaders and a surprise guest having a party.