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Zewo - Lightweight library for web server applications in Swift on macOS and Linux powered by coroutines

  •    Swift

Zewo is a lightweight library for web applications in Swift.Zewo is not a web framework. Zewo is a lightweight library for web applications in Swift. Most server-side Swift projects use Grand Central Dispatch (GCD) as the concurrency library of choice. The drawback of using GCD is that its APIs are asynchronous. With async code comes callback hell and we all know it, it's no fun.

java-buildpack - Cloud Foundry buildpack for running Java applications

  •    Ruby

The java-buildpack is a Cloud Foundry buildpack for running JVM-based applications. It is designed to run many JVM-based applications (Grails, Groovy, Java Main, Play Framework, Spring Boot, and Servlet) with no additional configuration, but supports configuration of the standard components, and extension to add custom components. The following are very simple examples for deploying the artifact types that we support.

create-react-app-buildpack - Heroku Buildpack for create-react-app: static hosting for React

  •    Shell

Deploy React.js web apps generated with create-react-app. Automates deployment with the built-in bundler and serves it up via Nginx. See the introductory blog post and entry in Heroku elements. This buildpack deploys a React UI as a static web site. The Nginx web server provides optimum performance and security for the runtime. See Architecture for details.

frontend-vscode-extensionpack - Handpicked collection of vscode extensions for FE development

  •    Javascript

A collection of extensions for Frontend Development in VS Code. These are some of my favorite extensions to make frontend development easier and fun.




heroku-geo-buildpack - Geo libraries for Heroku

  •    Shell

This is a Heroku buildpack that vendors main geo/gis libraries like geos, proj and gdal. You will use this buildpack with other major buildpack such as Ruby buildpack.

predictionio-buildpack - Deploy predictive query engines built with PredictionIO, an open-source machine learning framework

  •    Shell

Enables data scientists and developers to deploy custom machine learning services created with PredictionIO. This buildpack is part of an exploration into utilizing the Heroku developer experience to simplify data science operations. When considering this proof-of-concept technology, please note its current limitations. We'd love to hear from you. Open issues on this repo with feedback and questions.

webpack-rails-buildpack - Buildpack for webpack-rails

  •    Shell

A buildpack to support Heroku deployments with webpack-rails. Add a custom buildpack to your to your applications Settings tab under section Buildpacks by using the URL of this repository, instead of the short name of Heroku's own buildpacks. It goes alongside your Ruby and Node buildpacks, placed in last position.

custom-ssh-key-buildpack - :key: Add an SSH key to you Heroku dyno :key:

  •    Shell

Use Custom SSH key buildpack if you need to, for example, download a dependency stored in a private repository. Based on http://stackoverflow.com/a/29677091/3303182.


roots-buildpack - A Heroku buildpack for static sites built with Roots

  •    Shell

This is a buildpack for deploying static sites to Heroku. It's powered by Roots, a static site compiler that takes advantage of modern pre-processing technologies. Go forth and precompile all the things...

dotnetcore-buildpack - Heroku .NET Core Buildpack

  •    Shell

This is the Heroku buildpack for ASP.NET Core. The Buildpack will search through the repository's folders to locate a Startup.cs file. If found, the .csproj in the containing folder will be used in the dotnet publish <project>.csproj command.

tomee-buildpack - Cloud Foundry buildpack for running Java applications using TomEE

  •    Ruby

The tomee-buildpack is a Cloud Foundry buildpack for running JVM-based applications. It is designed to run many JVM-based applications (Grails, Groovy, Java Main, Play Framework, Spring Boot, and Java EE Web Profile) with no additional configuration, but supports configuration of the standard components, and extension to add custom components. This buildpack has been customised to use TomEE. The standard Java Buildpack currently uses Tomcat. The following are very simple examples for deploying the artifact types that we support.

buildpack-stdlib - A standard library for Heroku buildpacks.

  •    Shell

This repo contains a standard library for use within Heroku Buildpacks. It allows for unified output methods, some common buildpack utilities, and facilitates metrics logging.

docker-compose-buildpack - An experimental Cloud Foundry buildpack to push applications using Docker Compose

  •    Shell

This is an experiment and therefore not to be used in production. This buildpack installs the Docker Engine and Docker Compose and allows to run Docker applications within the Cloud Foundry Garden Container. This allows you to cf push ordinary docker-compose.yml files and have them run within Cloud Foundry.

builder - Home of the buildpack builder for riff

  •    Go

This repository hosts the files necessary to create the buildpack builder used when riff builds functions from source with the riff function create <fn-name> command. In the v3 buildpack ecosystem, a distinction needs to be made between a buildpack and a builder.






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