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moa - A Mastodon <-> Twitter Cross-poster

  •    Python

Moa is a flask app and can be run with python or proxied behind something like nginx/passenger.

flask-arrested - Flask-Arrested: A Framework For Rapidly Building REST APIs with Flask.

  •    Python

Take the pain out of REST API creation with Arrested - batteries included for quick wins, highly extensible for specialist requirements. Arrested is a framework for rapidly building REST API's with Flask.

maniwani - Imageboard software for the 21st century

  •    Python

Maniwani is a work-in-progress imageboard implementation using Flask. Where does the name come from? I could tell you, but by that point you'd have been torn to pieces.

GitDigger - The community for open source project

  •    Python

The community for open source project. It provides new ways to help developers discover and contributing to open source projects.




flask_ishuhui - Comic reading website built by flask.

  •    Python

A flask project built for learning. Responsive waterfalls flow by Masonry and real time search by List.js. Licensed under the MIT License.

namex - BC Registries Names Examination, research and approval system API

  •    Python

GitHub Pages (https://guides.github.com/features/pages/) are a neat way to document you application/project. To report bugs/issues/feature requests, please file an issue.

github-traffic-stats - Manage and automatically collect Github traffic statistics for repositories

  •    Python

This repository contains the code for an IBM Cloud solution tutorial. In the tutorial, we create an application to automatically collect Github traffic statistics for repositories and provide the foundation for traffic analytics. Github only provides access to the traffic data for the last 14 days. If you want to analyze statistics over a longer period of time, you need to download and store that data yourself. The app and the serverless action discussed in this tutorial implement a multi-tenant-ready solution to manage repositories, automatically collect traffic data on a daily or weekly schedule, and to view and analyze the collected data. An additional dashboard specification is available in file dashboard2.json. It allows to render charts like shown in the two screenshots below. Either copy the file to dashboard.json and use it instead of the default dashboard or modify the code to select from given dashboards. Once you created a dashboard on your own, you can export the specification and copy it into a new file, similar to dashboard2.json. The app code automatically replaces the data source URL and the authentication token.