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react-tutorial - Code from the React tutorial.

  •    Javascript

This is the React comment box example from the React tutorial.

RxJava2-Android-Samples - RxJava 2 Android Examples - Migration From RxJava 1 to RxJava 2 - How to use RxJava 2 in Android

  •    Java

RxJava 2.0 has been completely rewritten from scratch on top of the Reactive-Streams specification. The specification itself has evolved out of RxJava 1.x and provides a common baseline for reactive systems and libraries. Because Reactive-Streams has a different architecture, it mandates changes to some well known RxJava types.

learning-cmake - learning cmake

  •    CMake

This is a simple CMake tutorial project which contains some different scenarios.

RxJava-Android-Samples - Learning RxJava for Android by example

  •    Java

This is a repository with real-world useful examples of using RxJava with Android. It usually will be in a constant state of "Work in Progress" (WIP). I've also been giving talks about Learning Rx using many of the examples listed in this repo.

elm-todomvc - The TodoMVC app written in Elm, nice example for beginners.

  •    Elm

All of the Elm code lives in src/Main.elm and relies on the elm/html library. There also is a port handler set up in index.html to store the Elm application's state in localStorage on every update.

react-webpack-rails-tutorial - Example of integration of Rails, react, redux, using the react_on_rails gem, webpack, enabling the es7 and jsx transpilers, and node integration

  •    Javascript

If your team might need my help, please email me for a free half-hour project consultation, on anything from React on Rails to any aspect of web or mobile application development for both consumer and enterprise products. Thank you for considering using React on Rails.

suicrux - 🚀 Ultimate universal starter with lazy-loading, SSR and i18n. [not maintained]

  •    Javascript

Ultimate universal starter with lazy-loading, SSR and i18n. /static folder + url-loader. Everything in /static/public/ is copied to /dist/client with copy-webpack-plugin.

minipack - 📦 A simplified example of a modern module bundler written in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

As front-end developers, we spend a lot of time working with tools like Webpack, Browserify, and Parcel. Understanding how those tools work can help us make better decisions on how we write our code. By understanding how our code turns into a bundle and how that bundle looks like we can also debug it better.

react-from-zero - A simple (99% ES2015 less) tutorial for React

  •    HTML

Everything runs in the browser without a manual pre-compilation. If you want to run the examples with create-react-app, you have to copy the text/babel script parts of the examples into the src/index.js file of the React app you created and change the renderTargets ID from app to root.

nodebootstrap - NodeBootstrap - generates skeleton project for Node/Express

  •    Javascript

If you like Nodebootstrap, also check out: Microservices Workspace project to see how you can orchestrate multilingual (polyglot) microservices setup as a holistic and simple development environment.

yii2-shop - Example project implementing simple shop using Yii 2.0

  •    PHP

This is example project implementing a shop created to help people learn Yii 2.0. It was created during 8 hours workshop performed in Ekaterinburg, Russia. The idea was to show how to deal with Gii, grids, filtering and other Yii 2.0 usage. It is by no means a complete shop script. It may contain bugs, shortcuts etc. If you want to take over the project and develop it further, let @samdark know and you'll be granted permissions required.


  •    Javascript

This is a simple way to get started building an app with React Native and Meteor. It is opinionated to make it easy for people to start but if you have your own way of doing things it's very easy to swap things out and move them around however you see fit. As it currently stands this project is only focused on configuring the React Native project. The Meteor side is up to you. For thoughts on how to structure your Meteor App I would suggest you read the Meteor Guide and the Mantra spec.

dojo-boilerplate - A starting point for developing with Dojo

  •    Javascript

The Dojo Boilerplate is a set of files to help you rapidly get up and running with the Dojo Toolkit. It illustrates some basic best practices when working with Dojo. The Dojo Boilerplate is licensed under the New BSD license.

vulkan_minimal_compute - Minimal Example of Using Vulkan for Compute Operations. Only ~400LOC.

  •    C++

This is a simple demo that demonstrates how to use Vulkan for compute operations only. In other words, this demo does nothing related to graphics, and only uses Vulkan to execute some computation on the GPU. For this demo, Vulkan is used to render the Mandelbrot set on the GPU. The demo is very simple, and is only ~400LOC. The code is heavily commented, so it should be useful for people interested in learning Vulkan. The application launches a compute shader that renders the mandelbrot set, by rendering it into a storage buffer. The storage buffer is then read from the GPU, and saved as .png. Check the source code comments for further info.

bytebuf - Example of how CL133375 can be utilized to mitigate Go escape analysis limitations.

  •    Go

Example of how CL133375 cmd/compile/internal/gc: handle array slice self-assign in esc.go can be utilized to mitigate Go escape analysis limitations. It shows how to fix problem described in cmd/compile, bytes: bootstrap array causes bytes.Buffer to always be heap-allocated using brand new escape analysis pattern.