I actually signed up for Github about 2 years ago, but never did anything with it. There are a few test repos but barely anything that has to do with code. Nowadays, it’s almost expected for you to be on Github if you’re a webdev.


Even if you’re working solo, it’s great for code management (need to push some bug fixes live, but don’t want to make the new big, alpha-stage features live just yet? Put the new alpha-stage features in a new branch, have the bug fixes be on the main branch, then LIVE!).

Here are two repos I have up that I’m fairly proud of:

  • animate.scss – A SASS/SCSS port of animate.css. This is just a straight port, with no added features or animations. I tried it out…I think it works great, but as far as I know, I’m the only person using it. 👀
  • breakpoints.js – Inspired by Twitter Bootstrap’s breakpoint mixins, but for Javascript.