Cheat Sheet Roundup - Over 30 Cheatsheets for developers


Lets face it, unless you have a photographic memory, no developer can remember all the different functions, options, tags, etc. that exist. Documentation can be cumbersome at times, thats why I like cheat sheets. They are quick references that feature the most commonly forgotten things on a specific topic. You can print them out and hang them on your wall, or just keep them handy in your bookmarks for quick reference.

I have rounded up over 30 cheatsheets that developers might find useful.

Web Development Cheat Sheets

Databases / SQL Cheat Sheets

Language Cheat Sheets

Version Control Cheat Sheets


Commercially Printed CheatSheets

Am I missing any good ones? Feel free to post any others in the comments.


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On 09/02/2005 at 6:11:44 AM UTC Dom wrote:
1 this is a good one for Perl.

On 09/02/2005 at 10:42:43 AM UTC Jason Dowdell wrote:
You just created this list so I would stop bugging you for help with my projects... I know what you're up to mister!

On 09/02/2005 at 11:29:06 AM UTC nesz wrote:
great and useful...

On 09/02/2005 at 11:34:50 AM UTC Pete Freitag wrote:
Thanks Dom, I added a hyper link to that cheat sheet. Thanks for the compliments nesz. Jason - right on the money ;)

On 09/02/2005 at 1:15:33 PM UTC fastbat wrote:
anyone have anything on qualcomm's BREW language?

On 09/02/2005 at 3:33:39 PM UTC tripdragon wrote:
Where is the one for Flash And Actionscript ?

On 09/02/2005 at 3:38:22 PM UTC bjhanifin wrote:
This Regular Expressions prints up nicely on one page.

On 09/02/2005 at 3:53:28 PM UTC me wrote:

On 09/02/2005 at 4:09:14 PM UTC Derek Bryan wrote:
There's a perl cheat sheet here..

On 09/02/2005 at 7:31:38 PM UTC Tim Finin wrote:
The UMBC Semantic Web Reference Card is a handy "cheat sheet" for semantic web developers and programmers. It can be printed double sided on one sheet of paper and tri-folded. The card lists common RDF/RDFS/OWL classes and properties, popular namespaces and terms, XML datatypes, reserved terms, grammars and examples for encodings, etc.

On 09/02/2005 at 10:18:43 PM UTC Mr Auto wrote:
I like listening to Jack Johnson too...

On 09/03/2005 at 5:15:01 PM UTC Vinit wrote:

Thanks a ton!

On 09/03/2005 at 9:59:11 PM UTC Brandon Harper wrote:
Congrads Pete, you're currently at the top of Funny.. I thought about writing this same post a couple of weeks ago when I was looking for an emacs cheat sheet. :)

On 09/04/2005 at 3:36:20 AM UTC Andreas Rothlauf wrote:
Hi Pete,

this is a great site for developers. Thanks a lot for this summery of all these links!!!

A great reference card for subversion can be found here:



On 09/04/2005 at 3:38:57 AM UTC Andreas Rothlauf wrote:
Hi Pete,

this is a great site for developers. Thanks a lot for this summery of all these links!!!

A great reference card for subversion can be found here:



On 09/04/2005 at 12:06:01 PM UTC Joerg Petermann wrote:
Do you know it?

Movable Type Cheat Sheet - Movable Type Spickzettel:

On 09/04/2005 at 1:51:29 PM UTC Vitaly Friedman wrote:
Great references, Pete, keep up your work!

Vitaly Friedman,

On 09/05/2005 at 8:34:30 PM UTC frank reiser wrote:
huh? why is postgreSQL missing? any ideas?

On 09/05/2005 at 9:30:17 PM UTC Search Engines Web wrote:

this one is also helpful for HTML

On 09/05/2005 at 10:07:35 PM UTC brent wrote:
Anyone seen one for Apache directives? That would be helpful!

On 09/05/2005 at 10:26:37 PM UTC Pete Freitag wrote:
Hi Everyone, thanks for the comments. I've been out of town this weekend, and I'll update the entry with your suggestions tomorrow.


On 09/06/2005 at 1:51:35 AM UTC Andreas Rothlauf wrote:
.. and:

Debian Reference Card:




On 09/06/2005 at 11:53:37 AM UTC Neils Christoffersen wrote:
Not really a cheat sheet, but a good quick reference for Python:

On 09/06/2005 at 2:26:36 PM UTC Rob Svirskas wrote:
Here's another good regex cheat sheet, courtesy Stephen Jenkins (aka Erudil):

On 09/06/2005 at 2:45:19 PM UTC Jijoe wrote:
This is very neato - to have all this in one location. However, I noticed the Oracle cheat sheet is a commercial download (costs $3.95). Wondering if it makes more sense to move it under the "Commercially printed" heading. Thanks for this compilation again.

On 09/07/2005 at 12:37:41 PM UTC Gryffyn wrote:
Great list of cheat sheets! I'm sure I have a handful to add, but without checking my bookmarks, I wanted to toss this one into the fray. W3Schools is a great quick and dirty (not terribly deep but broad enough for general use) site with many different topics:

And again.. not totally deep, but found some great cross-platform SQL code examples here:

Keep posting the great links!


On 09/07/2005 at 5:24:04 PM UTC Pete Freitag wrote:
Frank, I dicided to go ahead and make a cheat sheet for postgresql myself:

enjoy, feedback welcome.

On 09/07/2005 at 5:27:15 PM UTC Pete Freitag wrote:
Here's another cheat sheet I'm working on: thoughts?

On 09/08/2005 at 7:13:58 PM UTC Leigh wrote:
Its not updated to 12.6, but I wrote this a year or so ago for Sybase IQ :

On 09/10/2005 at 4:26:48 PM UTC Rob B wrote:
Don't forget this general cheat sheet for programmers: I saw it in somebody's slashdot sig a few months ago. It has the ascii chart, the hex values, and a scientific programmers calculator.

On 09/11/2005 at 5:06:00 PM UTC Eric Goodwin wrote:

On 09/12/2005 at 9:48:36 AM UTC Ryan Guill wrote:
Here is another group of "Quick Reference Chart"s I found:

On 09/15/2005 at 10:50:25 AM UTC Hugh Winkler wrote:
33 for code snippets:

It's the last word in programming cheat sheets.

On 09/17/2005 at 9:46:44 AM UTC Sanja wrote:
There are plenty of free cheat-sheets at

On 09/17/2005 at 11:25:59 PM UTC wrote:
Thanks Pete As an aspiring web designer from Australia, i have found it handy to have such information close at hand. Most of these now reside in my Firefox Favourites. Plus saved as a HTML for offline reference. Thanks

On 09/19/2005 at 11:12:01 AM UTC John wrote:
36 is the best entity reference available.

On 09/19/2005 at 4:13:30 PM UTC W wrote:
The JSP quickref links digilife and it's out of date. Use this:

On 09/27/2005 at 7:48:11 AM UTC padoor ramaswamy wrote:
thank you very much for the hard work u have already done to make this roundup available to us. i just stumbled upon this from thanks again for this invaluable service

On 09/27/2005 at 4:54:40 PM UTC SqlServerDB wrote:
Anyone know of some good SQL Server (T-SQL) cheat sheets?

On 09/28/2005 at 12:12:43 PM UTC Swiggy wrote:
The XSS (Cross Site Scripting) cheet sheet is a really good reference:

On 10/04/2005 at 12:36:22 PM UTC Javier wrote:
There is an updated (long) JSP CheatSheet (for 2.0, 2.1 to come?):

On 11/01/2005 at 8:03:01 PM UTC Rocky wrote:
Really useful!

On 11/05/2005 at 4:37:08 AM UTC ninad wrote:
..dont you have a different cheat sheet for php? the one at daniel's site sucks big time..

On 12/06/2005 at 12:45:12 PM UTC Mot wrote:
Rational ClearCase Commands Reference with keyword live search:

On 12/07/2005 at 9:54:21 AM UTC Tobias Besch wrote:
Two neatly formatted vi quick reference cards to print out (PDF):

On 12/13/2005 at 10:27:48 AM UTC Pin wrote:

On 12/14/2005 at 6:14:02 AM UTC Anonymous wrote:

On 12/14/2005 at 9:58:50 AM UTC Richard Gruet wrote:
Good job ! Just a little thing: In the Python cheat sheet there is a link to my Quick Ref which is outdated (pointing to QR for Python 2.2). The correct address is


On 12/30/2005 at 10:39:47 AM UTC kynan wrote:
It's been mentioned before but the emacs person missed it so: there is an emacs cheat sheet (amongst others) on this page:

The actual cheat sheet itself is here:

On 01/03/2006 at 2:04:09 PM UTC wrote:
Hi, Thanks a ton!

On 01/04/2006 at 3:54:49 AM UTC Frank wrote:
Hi Pete, great list. Do you know it?

Google Cheet in german

MS WORD Shortcuts in german

MS Windows Shortcuts in german

With best regards Frank

On 01/16/2006 at 5:46:17 AM UTC Domingo Redal wrote:
More Cheat Sheet in

On 01/16/2006 at 6:26:28 AM UTC Domingo Redal wrote:

On 01/20/2006 at 10:49:10 AM UTC thotskee wrote:
ActionScript 2.0 Cheatsheet!


On 02/16/2006 at 11:29:48 PM UTC Curtis White wrote:
I have coded a program to display cheat sheets with a single hotkey press. You can get it here: Thanks and appreciate all feedback! Curtis White

On 02/24/2006 at 10:12:33 AM UTC Lorrin wrote:
A useful reference for GNU Screen is

On 02/27/2006 at 1:39:26 AM UTC be147 wrote:
Fusebox XML cheat sheet

On 03/06/2006 at 7:10:56 AM UTC Autumn B wrote:
I think you guys suck. I need help with a cheat sheet for accounting. call me when you get one thanks!

On 03/06/2006 at 7:14:05 AM UTC Kristie Z wrote:
You think your so great dont you Dom? Well your wrong!

On 03/13/2006 at 7:13:41 PM UTC Helen wrote:
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On 03/15/2006 at 12:31:46 AM UTC Mel wrote:
Here's a printable Ruby Cheatsheet:

On 03/21/2006 at 7:11:23 AM UTC Michael wrote:
Great Page.

On 04/19/2006 at 5:53:06 AM UTC AlphaRome wrote:
Great site plot, the links and docs are very clear and useful. Like all of us coders and developers I'm sure your busy but where is the all scripting languages, .VB, ASP and any .NET.

On 05/01/2006 at 12:04:56 AM UTC Hasin Hayder wrote:
I developed Smarty Cheat Sheet, you can add that.

visit :

On 05/03/2006 at 11:38:47 AM UTC Ashley Langford wrote:
Prototype Cheat Sheet:

On 05/04/2006 at 11:35:54 AM UTC Anonymous wrote:
Please make a zip with all

On 05/04/2006 at 4:51:59 PM UTC Steve Holle wrote:

Link is busted.

On 05/05/2006 at 2:04:24 AM UTC Chris wrote:
Another good one for Python:

On 05/05/2006 at 12:33:27 PM UTC Joshua Jarman wrote:
Sorry about the HTML above, thought comments would handle at least that.

Has quite a few really nice PDF format cheat sheets on Ajax, RoR, Scriptaculous, etc.

On 05/07/2006 at 9:54:19 AM UTC Bill Woodruff wrote:
Appears link to Regular Expression cheat sheet is broken.

On 05/08/2006 at 1:41:18 PM UTC Kai wrote:
Thanks for this great and complete list. I would like to add a sheet for all visitors:

The Google Cheat Sheets as PDF in the normal format

On 05/24/2006 at 9:47:29 AM UTC Krishna wrote:
Regular expression link from bjhanifin is broken, here is the correct link

On 06/15/2006 at 4:42:03 AM UTC Peter Stofferis wrote:
Hi Pete,

Nice initiative! Maybe you could add a link to free SVN e-book "Version Control with Subcersion" (



On 06/20/2006 at 3:50:30 PM UTC armeen wrote:
this is great. thanks for sharing it with us.

On 06/30/2006 at 2:03:46 AM UTC massive wrote:
This is a new one for Dojo Framework

On 07/31/2006 at 1:52:43 AM UTC David wrote:
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On 08/15/2006 at 4:47:17 AM UTC Eliot wrote:
The cheat sheet mentioned by Eric Goodwin has been updated XSLT and XPATH cheat sheet:

Also, direct link to XPATH cheat sheet at deepx (commented on by Domingo Redal above):

On 09/22/2006 at 3:07:20 PM UTC Steven Armstrong wrote:
Not exactly a cheat sheet, but still way cool

On 10/08/2006 at 2:40:36 PM UTC myname wrote:
On 10/09/2006 at 11:39:01 PM UTC myname wrote:
On 10/11/2006 at 5:33:50 PM UTC dklynn wrote:
The Regex Cheat Sheet URL is incorrect. It should be



On 10/23/2006 at 2:33:20 AM UTC Michael wrote:
Hi, nice website.

I was looking for SQL Cheat Sheets especially the Sybase. Very useful Website! Thanks.

On 10/24/2006 at 10:39:14 AM UTC Bill McGarry wrote:
Hi, The Oracle cheat sheet should be in the Commercial section since it is being sold by a company. Thanks! Bill

On 10/27/2006 at 12:27:41 PM UTC thad wrote:
here's a link to a HEX/RGB converter. it maps your values to the Web CLUT to give you the closest "safe" match.

On 10/29/2006 at 11:26:30 PM UTC Peter Pre wrote:
The Google Cheat Sheet is now updated.


On 10/30/2006 at 3:47:46 AM UTC turner wrote:
more advices for developers :,1,3,1,pl.html

On 11/06/2006 at 8:00:32 AM UTC Lorenzo Alberton wrote:
I wrote a cheat sheet for Firebird SQL and one for PostgreSQL:


On 12/07/2006 at 5:02:34 PM UTC Tom Pridham wrote:
The best cheat sheets I have found (and bought) is at: Regards, Tom Pridham Tampa, FL USA

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On 12/30/2006 at 8:59:07 PM UTC rport wrote:
Here's another cheat sheet for the Drupal ( content management system API.



On 01/15/2007 at 1:58:22 AM UTC Comet! wrote:
Actionscript Cheet Sheet for Flash Developers link is:

On 01/21/2007 at 3:34:16 PM UTC MikleRosenson wrote:
Very good site I got a helpful information here. I'll use it. I will be glad to see you on my site Thank you. With warmest regards. Mikle

On 04/01/2007 at 5:58:08 PM UTC Mr. Apache wrote:
Great list Pete! I frequently use this redirection methods cheatsheet when I'm developing sites to see the different ways of redirecting users.

On 04/11/2007 at 9:46:48 PM UTC JD wrote:
There's also a pretty good MySQL Cheat Sheet available here:

On 05/25/2007 at 10:06:13 AM UTC spugbrap wrote:
TextPad Quick Reference Card:

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On 08/05/2007 at 7:43:53 PM UTC Scott wrote:
Here's an RSS 2.0 cheat sheet:

On 08/07/2007 at 5:18:48 AM UTC lone reader wrote:
The link to: Regex - thanks bjhanifin is not complete, her it is:

On 09/14/2007 at 4:45:14 AM UTC Andrej Upits wrote:
Here is a really neat cheatsheet for Javascript that I found recently

On 09/16/2007 at 12:08:13 PM UTC Jeffrey Stanley wrote:
My friend wrote a cheat sheet for CSS shorthand notation:

On 09/17/2007 at 10:17:16 AM UTC Radia wrote:
Google Cheat Sheet is updated.

On 10/06/2007 at 10:46:56 PM UTC futledeerse wrote:
hi, good site :) Whish you good luck!

On 10/24/2007 at 8:16:13 AM UTC Mihai wrote:
SEO Quick Reference or Best Practice Guide

On 11/07/2007 at 1:44:58 PM UTC Matbo wrote:
There is a growing collection of cheatsheets here

On 11/20/2007 at 3:00:56 PM UTC DL wrote:
Wonderful Thanks

On 12/07/2007 at 3:20:44 PM UTC wrote:
A useful cheat sheet for those who use Macromedia Dreamweaver:

On 12/24/2007 at 2:12:27 AM UTC pete wrote:

On 12/27/2007 at 8:02:43 AM UTC Nick Wilsdon wrote:
Great list Pete. We also put together cheatsheets which cover the major search engine queries - if you'd like to add it?

On 01/03/2008 at 4:55:29 AM UTC GreyFox wrote:
Very useful list. What about adding my new python cheat sheet?

On 01/08/2008 at 5:13:09 PM UTC Peteris Krumins wrote:
Hi! I have been making cheat sheets for a few years now and using them effectively when learning new technologies!

You might want to add a link to all of them, or a link to my page where I list all of them.

I have created: * awk, * sed, * ed, * perl special variable, * perl pack/unpack and printf, * screen (terminal emulator), * bash emacs editing mode, and * bash vi editing mode cheat sheets.

All of them are available for download in PDF format, some of them are in DOC (Microsoft Word), most of them are also available in TXT (ASCII), and a few latest in LaTeX.

The URL of all the cheat sheets is:

Sincerely, Peteris Krumins

On 01/10/2008 at 6:19:02 PM UTC VeroMaxx wrote:
My Blog, one site a useful cheat sheet for those who use Macromedia Dreamweaver:

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I\'l be back... :)=

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On 03/04/2008 at 9:31:40 AM UTC jeroen wrote:
Thank for making this valuable information available to the public.

On 04/08/2008 at 8:21:22 PM UTC Swizz wrote:
Dose anybody have or know of a cheat sheet for Dreamweaver CS3 I need help learning the CSS part (I would like to learn it ASAP)

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On 12/10/2008 at 11:14:55 AM UTC Smitha Poluri wrote:

the link on regexes [Regex - thanks bjhanifin] isnt working. it would be great if you can post the link again.


On 05/27/2009 at 2:10:04 AM UTC grokcode wrote:
Here is an emacs cheatsheet:

On 06/22/2009 at 2:55:05 PM UTC OC Marketing wrote:
Great article, thanks for the cheatsheet!

On 07/20/2009 at 2:16:09 PM UTC Donny wrote:
Quite a few cheatsheets available here:

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Broken link on the single page RegEx cheat from bjhanifin. New link is:

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Is there any cheatsheet for wordpress...

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