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amas - Awesome & Marvelous Amas


Fun: AMAs is a recursive acronym.To the extent possible under law, Sindre Sorhus has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

talk - A better commenting experience from Vox Media

  •    Javascript

Online comments are broken. Our open-source commenting platform, Talk, rethinks how moderation, comment display, and conversation function, creating the opportunity for safer, smarter discussions around your work. Read more about Talk here. Built with <3 by The Coral Project, a part of Vox Media.

question-store - Ask questions, store the answers.

  •    Javascript

Ask questions, persist the answers. Basic support for i18n and storing answers based on current working directory. Inherits question-cache and persists answers to disk. Answers are stored based on current working directory.

ama - Ask me anything


I love making and sharing things. Currently building Learn Anything, an open source for learning any topic on Earth as fast as possible.

ask - Ask! is a framework to write Wasm smart contracts for Substrate Frame Pallet-Contracts in AssemblyScript

  •    TypeScript

Ask! is a smart contract language designed based on AssemblyScript and running on Substrate FRAME Contracts. Ask! uses the similar way to ink! of designing the procedural macro in the form of eDSL, to write contracts by providing annotation type in AssemblyScript (aka AS). This way can hide the implementation details of the contract, and reduces the difficulty of writing contract. Ask! will be similar to ink!’s existing implementation, and the final product will maintain maximum compatibility with ink!’s existing standards. The WASM and metadata files compiled by Ask! can be deployed on the Substrate chain and run normally. For example: ink! describe the contract's external call interface through #[ink(constructor)], #[ink(message)].

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