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Apollo - :rocket: An open-source platform for cloud native applications based on Apache Mesos and Docker

  •    Python

Apollo is an open source project to aid with building and deploying IAAS and PAAS services. It is particularly geared towards managing containerized applications across multiple hosts, and big data type workloads. Apollo leverages other open source components to provide basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance, and scaling of infrastructure and applications.However, the majority of initial development is happening on AWS so most of our instructions and scripts are built around that. Stayed tuned for more cloud provider support! If you make it work on other infrastructure please let us know and contribute instructions/code. For more info on cloud support see our roadmap.

Apollo-11 - Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) source code for the command and lunar modules

  •    Assembly

Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code for Command Module (Comanche055) and Lunar Module (Luminary099). Digitized by the folks at Virtual AGC and MIT Museum. The goal is to be a repo for the original Apollo 11 source code. As such, PRs are welcome for any issues identified between the transcriptions in this repository and the original source scans for Luminary 099 and Comanche 055, as well as any files I may have missed. Please read CONTRIBUTING.md before opening a pull request.

ran - :zap: RAN! React

  •    Javascript

:zap: RAN! React . GraphQL . Next.js Toolkit :zap: - SEO-Ready, Production-Ready, SSR, Hot-Reload, CSS-in-JS, Caching, CLI commands and more...




graphql-request - πŸ“‘ Minimal GraphQL client supporting Node and browsers for scripts or simple apps

  •    TypeScript

Send a GraphQL query with a single line of code. ▢️ Try it out. graphql-request is the most minimal and simplest to use GraphQL client. It's perfect for small scripts or simple apps.

graphql-yoga - 🧘 Fully-featured GraphQL Server with focus on easy setup, performance & great developer experience

  •    TypeScript

To get started with graphql-yoga, follow the instructions in the READMEs of the examples. Once your GraphQLServer is instantiated, you can call the start method on it. It takes two arguments: options, the options object defined above, and callback, a function that's invoked right before the server is started. As an example, the callback can be used to print information that the server has started.

apollo-universal-starter-kit - Apollo 2 Universal Starter Kit — GraphQL React JavaScript app boilerplate for Mobile, Server and Web where code for all platforms built with Webpack to enable max code reuse, stack: Apollo, GraphQL, React 16, React Native, Expo, Express, Knex, SQLite, Twitter Bootstrap, Babel, Webpack

  •    Javascript

Apollo Universal Starter Kit is a SEO friendly boilerplate for Universal Mobile and Web app development built on top of Apollo, GraphQL, React 16, React Native, Expo, Redux, Express with SQL storage support, for styling Twitter Bootstrap, NativeBase and Ant Design integration. Hot Code Reload of back end & front end using Webpack and Hot Module Replacement to reflect your changes instantly and help you stay productive. This starter kit adds full React Native integration, with Webpack as a packager and Expo. No native code compilation tools are needed in order to develop native mobile applications with this kit. You are able to run both web and mobile versions of your app at the same time connected to the same backend.


apollo - An open autonomous driving platform

  •    C++

Apollo is a high performance, flexible architecture which accelerates the development, testing, and deployment of Autonomous Vehicles. For business and partnership, please visit our website.

react-fullstack-graphql - Starter projects for fullstack applications based on React & GraphQL.

  •    Javascript

For a fully-fledged React & Apollo tutorial, visit How to GraphQL. You can more learn about the idea behind GraphQL boilerplates here. All projects are based on graphql-yoga & Apollo Client.

canner - :satellite: Universal Content Management System(CMS) framework using React & Apollo GraphQL, for GraphQL and Restful API

  •    Javascript

Canner is a universal Content Management System (CMS) framework that allows you to build CMS in React JSX(XML-like) for Firebase, GraphQL, Restful API, Prisma. In other words, an agnostic CMS framework for any applications and data sources. Canner is flexible and agnostic, that you can learn once and create any form of CMS for many different databases.

rogue.js - Rogue.js - the "nearly invisible" server-rendering framework for React applications

  •    Javascript

Rogue streamlines the process of creating server-rendered React applications. We call Rogue a nearly invisible framework, because it doesn't require a special /pages directory (like Nextjs) or a separate routes.js file (like Afterjs); all you need, is the App.js entry point you'd usually have. This means that you can wrap your app in layouts/transitions/providers, etc. the same way you would in a regular React Application, and staying true to React's values, you can organize your code however you like.

reactql - Universal React+GraphQL starter kit: React 16, Apollo 2, Webpack 4, Styled Components 4, React Router 4, PostCSS, SSR

  •    TypeScript

Universal front-end React + GraphQL starter kit, written in Typescript. Hot code reloading. Make a change anywhere in your code base (outside of the Webpack config), and changes will be pushed down the browser automatically - without page reloads. This happens for React, Styled Components, SASS - pretty much anything.

type-graphql - Create GraphQL schema and resolvers with TypeScript, using classes and decorators!

  •    TypeScript

We all know that GraphQL is so great and solves many problems that we have with REST API, like overfetching and underfetching. But developing a GraphQL API in Node.js with TypeScript is sometimes a bit of pain. Why? Let's take a look at the steps we usually have to make. The biggest problem is the redundancy in our codebase, which makes it difficult to keep things in sync. To add a new field to our entity, we have to jump through all the files - modify an entity class, the schema, as well as the interface. The same goes with inputs or arguments. It's easy to forget to update one piece or make a mistake with a single type. Also, what if we've made a typo in field name? The rename feature (F2) won't work correctly.

graphql-yoga - 🧘 Fully-featured GraphQL Server with focus on easy setup, performance & great developer experience

  •    TypeScript

To get started with graphql-yoga, follow the instructions in the READMEs of the examples.(**) Notice that the req argument is an object of the shape { request, connection } which either carries a request: Request property (in case it's a Query/Mutation resolver) or a connection: SubscriptionOptions property (in case it's a Subscription resolver). Request is imported from Express.js. SubscriptionOptions is from the graphql-subscriptions package.

ReactStateMuseum - A whirlwind tour of React state management systems by example

  •    Javascript

Every app is meant to be small, simple, and the same as each other. The only difference should be the state management decisions of each. The repeated React and ReactNative app is a Packing List, with the name based on the state technology.

graphql-shield - πŸ›‘ A GraphQL tool to ease the creation of permission layer.

  •    TypeScript

GraphQL Shield helps you create a permission layer for your application. Using an intuitive rule-API, you'll gain the power of the shield engine on every request and reduce the load time of every request with smart caching. This way you can make sure your application will remain quick, and no internal data will be exposed. Try building a groceries shop to better understand the benefits of GraphQL Shield! Banana &Co. πŸπŸŒπŸ“.