Weekly Web Harvest for 2024-02-18

  • JavaScript Bloat in 2024 @ tonsky.me
    h/t Tim Klapdor
  • Search, sort, filters, flexibility to tables, list and more! – List.js
    Tiny, invisible and simple, yet powerful and incredibly fast vanilla JavaScript that adds search, sort, filters and flexibility to plain HTML lists, tables, or anything.
  • Help | Route Analysis | Autodesk
    Learn about route analysis tools in Revit and the People Flow Toolkit add-on. These tools help you understand paths of travel in a building for exiting analysis and physical distancing requirements.

  • Sigma.js
    a JavaScript library aimed at visualizing graphs of thousands of nodes and edges
  • JefMari/awesome-wysiwyg-editors: A curated list of awesome WYSIWYG Editors.
  • WARC-GPT: An Open-Source Tool for Exploring Web Archives Using AI | Library Innovation Lab
    WARC-GPT: an open-source, highly-customizable Retrieval Augmented Generation tool the web archiving community can use to explore the intersection between web archiving and AI. WARC-GPT allows for creating custom chatbots that use a set of web archive files as their knowledge base, letting users explore collections through conversation.

    Using WARC-GPT, you can ask specific questions in natural language against a collection of WARC files. Rather than relying on keyword searches and metadata filters to sort through search results, WARC-GPT provides a new starting point for search using multi-document full-text search with summarization to explore the contents of web archives. WARC-GPT lists the sources used to generate the response and relevant text excerpts, which you can use to verify the information provided and identify points of interest within a collection of web archives.

    h/t Scott Leslie

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