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android-demos - Examples of Android applications

  •    Java

This is a collection of basic android examples created by Novoda.




ios-swift-collapsible-table-section - :iphone: A simple iOS swift-3 project demonstrates how to implement collapsible table section

  •    Swift

In this project, the table view automatically resizes the height of the rows to fit the content in each cell, and the custom cell is also implemented programmatically. collapsed indicates whether the current section is collapsed or not, by default is false.

node-express-mongoose-demo - A simple demo app using express, mongoose, passport for beginners

  •    Javascript

This is a demo node.js application illustrating various features used in everyday web development, with a fine touch of best practices. The demo app is a blog application where users (signing up using facebook, twitter, github and simple registrations) can create an article, delete an article and add comments on the article. and replace the values there. In production env, it is not safe to keep the ids and secrets in a file, so you need to set it up via commandline. If you are using heroku checkout how environment variables are set here.

webpack-demos - a collection of simple demos of Webpack

  •    Javascript

This repo is a collection of simple demos of Webpack. These demos are purposely written in a simple and clear style. You will find no difficulty in following them to learn the powerful tool.

demo - Symfony Demo Application

  •    PHP

The "Symfony Demo Application" is a reference application created to show how to develop Symfony applications following the recommended best practices. Alternatively, you can configure a fully-featured web server like Nginx or Apache to run the application.


quietnet - Simple chat program that communicates using inaudible sounds

  •    Jupyter

Simple chat program using near ultrasonic frequencies. Works without Wifi or Bluetooth and won't show up in a pcap. Note: If you can clearly hear the send script working then your speakers may not be high quality enough to produce sounds in the near ultrasonic range.

electron-quick-start - Clone to try a simple Electron app

  •    Javascript

Clone and run for a quick way to see Electron in action. This is a minimal Electron application based on the Quick Start Guide within the Electron documentation.

electron-api-demos - Explore the Electron APIs

  •    HTML

This is a desktop app that interactively and with sample code demonstrates core features of the Electron API. It's built with Electron, too, of course. This app works on Windows, macOS and Linux operating systems. Use this app to see what you can do with Electron and use the source code to learn how to create a basic Electron app.

EAIntroView - Highly customizable drop-in solution for introduction views.

  •    Objective-C

You can setup EAIntroView using Carthage, CocoaPods or completely manually. Run carthage update in your project directory.

eleme - vue2 +vue-router2 + es6 +webpack 高仿饿了么app商家详情,demo:http://yangyi1024

  •    Vue

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laravel-hackathon-starter - :computer: :octocat: A hackathon/MVP boilerplate for laravel web applications

  •    PHP

If you have attended any hackathons in the past, then you know how much time it takes to get a project started: decide on what to build, pick a programming language, pick a web framework, pick a CSS framework. A while later, you might have an initial project up on GitHub and only then can other team members start contributing. Or how about doing something as simple as Sign in with Facebook authentication? You can spend hours on it if you are not familiar with how OAuth 2.0 works. Even if you are not using this for a hackathon, Laravel Hackathon Starter is sure to save any developer hours or even days of development time and can serve as a learning guide for web developers.

nextjs-starter - A starter project for Next.js with authentication

  •    Javascript

This is a starter project for React that uses Next.js. Next.js is a framework that makes it easy to create Universal web apps in React. With Next.js, React pages are automatically rendered on both client and server side, without the hassle of setting up dependancies like webpack or babel and with automatic routing.

bonfire-firebase-sample - An app to discuss your favourite emojis

  •    Java

Bonfire is built on top of the new Firebase from Google. It was built by a joint team working on the iOS and the Android version simultatiously.

electron-python-example - Electron as GUI of Python Applications

  •    Javascript

This post shows how to use Electron as the GUI component of Python applications. (Updated version of one of my previous posts.) The frontend and backend communicate with each other using zerorpc. The complete code is on GitHub repo. The following are copied from my original post. They should be the same. If there are inconsistencies, the README.md on the GitHub repo is more accurate.