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
- ColdFusion - work in progress
- Regex Cheat Sheet
Commercially Printed CheatSheets
- TechnoChallenged - web dev, programming, os, software
Am I missing any good ones? Feel free to post any others in the comments.
- Perl - thanks Dom.
- Perl - thanks Derek
- UML - Andreas again, thanks
- PostgreSQL - thanks for the suggestion frank.
- XHTML / HTML
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Cheat Sheet Roundup - Over 30 Cheatsheets for developers was first published on September 01, 2005.
- CFSCRIPT Cheatsheet
- ColdFusion on the TIOBE index
- Cheat Sheet for PostgreSQL
- Updating Java on ColdFusion or Lucee
- Calculating Distance in Miles from Latitude and Longitude
- Uploading Files Like GMail Attachments
- CheatSheet for Apache
- SQL to Select a random row from a database table
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And again.. not totally deep, but found some great cross-platform SQL code examples here:
Keep posting the great links!
enjoy, feedback welcome.
It's the last word in programming cheat sheets.
i just stumbled upon this from shellcity.net.
thanks again for this invaluable service
Just a little thing: In the Python cheat sheet there is a link to my Quick Ref which is outdated (pointing to QR for Python 2.2).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 http://rgruet.free.fr/#QuickRef
Has quite a few really nice PDF format cheat sheets on Ajax, RoR, Scriptaculous, etc.
The Oracle cheat sheet should be in the Commercial section since it is being sold by a company.
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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:
* 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:
the link on regexes [Regex - thanks bjhanifin] isnt working. it would be great if you can post the link again.