This page is a work in progress and more for my own benefit than anyone elses. It is an easy way for me to keep a list of certain online resources that I may not use a lot but which are just the thing when I do need them.
Simple straight forward online tool for testing out xpath expressions against xml of your choice or theirs.
This one is a flash application but its as full featured and interactive as any expression tester you could ever want. It uses the ActionScript 3 regex engine so its not going to work perfectly for .Net. If you need something .Net specific try Derek Slager’s online tester.
Converts your legacy css files to SASS (scss) files.
Similar to css2sass but outputs to LESS css. By its own admission this cite is pretty basic in what it does an experimental. Hopefully it will blossom out.
What can I say, the best way to make sure your HTML is XHTML compliant.
From the site: “PInvoke.net is primarily a wiki, allowing developers to find, edit and add PInvoke signatures, user-defined types, and any other information related to calling Win32 and other unmanaged APIs from managed code.”
Provides a list of randomly generated credit card numbers for all major card types that will pass the initial check-sum validation of most e-commerce sites. Immensely handy if you are testing out an e-commerce site or using the PayPal sandbox. The page also contain links to other useful information about credit card number and CVC algorithms, etc.
Simple little site to generate animated “loading” gifs (a.k.a. “spinners”) styled to match your website.