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appcenter - AppCenter for elementary OS

  •    Vala

An open, pay-what-you-want app store for indie developers.

appcenter-web - Web frontend for viewing AppCenter apps

  •    Ruby

AppCenter Web is a simple Jekyll-powered site hosted by GitHub Pages. To run it locally, see the GitHub docs. This is automatically run daily by Travis CI.

appstream - Tools and libraries to work with AppStream metadata

  •    C

AppStream is a cross-distro effort for providing metadata for software in the (Linux) ecosystem. It provides a convenient way to get information about not installed software, and is one of the building blocks for software centers. It consists of specifications for things like upstream metainfo files, an unified software metadata pool for distributors, screenshot services and various other useful bits needed to create user-friendly software-centers or other tools requiring rich metadata for software and other content. For help and development discussion, check out the AppStream mailinglist.




appstream-generator - A fast AppStream metadata generator

  •    D

AppStream is an effort to provide additional metadata and unique IDs for all software available in a Linux system. This repository contains the server-side of the AppStream infrastructure, a tool to generate metadata from distribution packages. You can find out more about AppStream collection metadata at Freedesktop. The AppStream generator is currently primarily used by Debian, but is written in a distribution agnostic way. Backends only need to implement two interfaces to to be ready.

aws-innovation-sandbox - The AWS Innovation Sandbox solution provisions isolated, self-contained, environments to help developers, security professionals, and infrastructure teams to securely evaluate, explore, and build proof-of-concepts (POCs) using AWS services and third-party applications that run on AWS

  •    Python

Building from GitHub source will allow you to modify the solution. The process consists of downloading the source from GitHub, creating buckets to be used for deployment, building the solution, and uploading the artifacts needed for deployment. Clone or download the repository to a local directory on your linux client. Note: if you intend to modify Ops Automator you may wish to create your own fork of the GitHub repo and work from that. This allows you to check in any changes you make to your private copy of the solution.






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