Cool Links Feb/2017

Interesting Bookmarks I gathered in the past few weeks.

In this post I'll present the bookmarks I made in the past few weeks. I love interesting bits and pieces and from time to time I dump them into a blog-post. Most things are either free or directed towards developers.

Echoes Player - Open Source Player for Youtube

A nice piece of software I've found a while back. From the official repository: "Echoes is a media player based on youtube which provides a great user experience (no ads!). Overall, it's a web application that is based on angular.js & bootstrap."


Victory is an opinionated, but fully overridable, ecosystem of composable React components for building interactive data visualizations.


Build Your Website! Instantly generate a beautiful, responsive, free, website for your product, startup, or service.


A simple and fast API to monitor elements as you scroll.

JavaScript Animation

8 Best JavaScript Animation Engine. This article consists 8 Best JavaScript Animation Engine for developers which will help them to create beautiful animations for projects.


Styletron is a CSS-in-JS library built from the ground up for high-performance, designed to work as fast as possible while also producing the smallest possible CSS output.

Legal Concepts for Founders

This handbook is organized into four sections. The first, Core Concepts, is meant to provide a general background on how corporations work. It's a good starting point, even if you already have some familiarity with the subject matter. The remaining sections, Formation, Fundraising, and Hiring, focus on the three major areas of legal activity for startups.

10 Minute Mail

Beat spam with the best disposable e-mail service. Welcome to 10 Minute Mail! A Mailservice that generate instantly an e-mail address for you which is deleted after 10 minutes (oh yes, you can extend that if you want!)

The Road to Learn React (Ebook)

It explains general concepts, patterns and best practices. You will learn to build your own Hacker News application. It cover real world features like pagination, client-side caching and interactions. Additionally you will transition from JavaScript ES5 to JavaScript ES6. After all the book should give you a solid foundation in React before you dive into more advanced topics like Redux.

The Epic Guide to Bootstrapping a SaaS Startup from Scratch

Very very interesting read! Basically a "no-bs" writeup. I can definitely recommend that you click the link and read the first paragraph and judge yourself!