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light-4j - A fast, lightweight and more productive microservices framework

  •    Java

Light 4j is a fast, lightweight and cloud native microservices framework. Light means lightweight, lighting fast and shed light on how to program with modern Java SE. It is 44 times faster than the most popular microservices platform Spring Boot embedded Tomcat and use only 1/5 of memory.

BeAPI Framework - Full featured api automation framework

  •    Groovy

The BeAPI Framework is a full featured api automation framework providing a FULL API automation with an AVERAGE response time per call of 0.27 milliseconds per request (Google requires their calls to be UNDER 200 ms). Its feature include Automated Batching, CORS, JWT Authentication, Throttling & Rate/Data Limits, Localized API Cache, Reporting.

Ratpack - A toolkit for JVM web applications

  •    Java

Ratpack is a set of Java libraries for building modern HTTP applications. It provides just enough for writing practical, high performance, apps. It is built on Java 8, Netty and reactive principles. It is similar to NodeJS, helps to implement non blocking HTTP apps in Java.

Spark - A simple expressive web framework for java

  •    Java

Spark is a micro framework for creating web applications in Kotlin and Java 8 with minimal effort. It is a simple and expressive Java/Kotlin web framework DSL built for rapid development. Sparks intention is to provide an alternative for Kotlin/Java developers that want to develop their web applications as expressive as possible and with minimal boilerplate. With a clear philosophy Spark is designed not only to make you more productive, but also to make your code better under the influence of Spark’s sleek, declarative and expressive syntax.

RESTX - the lightweight Java REST framework

  •    Java

RESTX is the lightweight, modular, feature rich, blazing fast, open source Java REST framework. It shares similarities with modern frameworks like Play! like hot compile and a very productive experience, but focused on REST and pure Java.

Amahi Home Server - Making Home Networking Simple

  •    C

The Amahi Home Server makes your home networking simple, It is called as Home Digital Assistant. Its core functionality include protecting your files and computers, Access, share and search your files from any machine on your network, making it easy to share and find your photos, music and videos, Automatically setup your own VPN, Shared applications like calendaring, private wiki and more to come, will help you manage your home and your family.

Flowblade - Video Editor for Linux

  •    Python

Flowblade is a multitrack non-linear video editor for Linux released under GPL 3 license. Flowblade is designed to provide a fast, precise and robust editing experience. Flowblade employs a film-style insert editing model as workflow. In insert editing clips are generally placed tightly after other clips when they are inserted on the timeline. Edits are fine tuned by trimming in and out points of clips or by cutting and deleting parts of clips.

Zentyal - Linux Small Business Server

  •    C

Zentyal is a Linux Small Business Server, good alternative Windows Business Server. Zentyal can act as a Gateway, Infrastructure Manager, Unified Threat Manager, Office Server, Unified Communication Server or a combination of them. It is built on Ubuntu Linux distribution. This package includes LDAP server, Mail server, Firewall, Network infrastructure, VPN support, Web server, File server, Print server, FTP server, Groupware, VoIP server, Virtual Machines management and lot more.

Open vSwitch - Multilayer Virtual Switch

  •    C

Open vSwitch is well suited to function as a virtual switch in VM environments. In addition to exposing standard control and visibility interfaces to the virtual networking layer, it was designed to support distribution across multiple physical servers. Open vSwitch supports multiple Linux-based virtualization technologies including Xen/XenServer, KVM, and VirtualBox.

Orchid - Tor client implementation and library written in pure Java

  •    Java

Orchid is a Tor client implementation and library written in pure Java. Orchid will open a SOCKS5 listener which can be used as a standalone client where Tor would otherwise be used. It can also be used as a library by any application running on the JVM.

bus_car - A super simple Elasticsearch tool with its own DSL and Ecto-like use.

  •    Elixir

A super simple Elasticsearch tool with its own DSL and Ecto-like usage.

milv - Markdown internal & external links validation library and CLI

  •    Go

MILV is a bot that parses, checks and validates internal & external URLs links in markdown files. It can be used for verification pull requests and also as standalone library. After installation, run the program with milv from anywhere in the file system.

soap-proxy - gRPC - SOAP proxy in Go, and protoc-gen-wsdl to generate WSDL from .proto file

  •    Go

A simple SOAP <-> gRPC proxy. will create myproxy/dealer.wsdl and myproxy/dealer.wsdl.go.

product - This repo contains the Spacemesh product specifications and designs


This repo contains the Spacemesh product specifications and designs

merkle-tree - Efficient on-the-fly Merkle Tree implementation

  •    Go

Efficient on-the-fly Merkle Tree implementation. This implementation allows generating minimal partial trees that prove membership of several leaves at once, without repeating nodes in the proof or including nodes that can be calculated. This library constructs a tree sequentially, in-memory, using O(log(n) memory (n being the number of tree leaves).

whisper-tutorial - Whisper Tutorial using web3js

  •    Javascript

In this tutorial we'll learn how to use Ethereum's Whisper protocol to create a simple chat CLI. While everything happens in your console for this tutorial, you should be able to re-use the JS we provide in your own apps and get a good sense of how to send and display different kinds of messages, as well as the beginnings of what it is possible to build with Whisper. We understand that not many DApp developers want to use Whisper in the way Status does (as a massive, multi-user messaging protocol), but rather to move specific (and often important) information about interactions in/with their DApp. This tutorial is intended to provide you with the skills needed to adapt Whisper to your needs: you should know both enough to plug into any Status chat easily, as well as how to use Whisper for your own work by the end. Many other teams are already doing this, and you can - for instance - find more information about how to extend the basic concepts here into an interesting system on the Bloom blog.