Bookmarking for developers.

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Larder is for bookmarking things on the web you'll need again. It's perfect for curating lists of libraries, tools, and reference material.

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Use it free for your first six months, pay for an account if it fits your workflow. It's honestly really good.


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Chrome, Safari, Opera, Firefox, Android, API

Larder is a web app that works in any modern browser, with a native Android app too. Use the bookmarklet or any of our browser extensions to quickly add links. iOS app coming soon.

Github

GitHub stars and bookmarks combined

Your starred repositories are synced as bookmarks daily, automatically tagged by language. Keep track of projects without the noise of "Watch"-ing them, and get notified of new releases weekly.

Stack Overflow

Sync your favourite questions

Connect Stack Overflow to sync your favourited questions, automatically adding related tags. Get extra context from synced metadata about question score and number of answers.

Tags and folders

Organise your bookmarks with tags and multiple levels of folders. Search by tags, title, URL, description, or any combination of each.

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Create an account

Import your bookmarks from nearly anywhere.

Themes, dark included

Larder supports custom CSS themes. If your favourite colour is black, you'll be set.

Publish any folder

Create an attractive public list of your bookmarks. A low-effort way to collect and share your resources.

Get your JSON on

Check out the API docs to read and write bookmarks from wherever you like.

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