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reactpack - :package: build your react apps with one command and one `npm i`.

One command to build your React frontend.reactpack will look for an eslint config (.eslintrc, .eslintrc.json ...) and if one is present it will use that one. Make sure that you have all the dependencies installed (plugins etc) to run your linter.

Vue.js - The Progressive JavaScript Framework

Vue is a progressive framework for building user interfaces. Unlike other monolithic frameworks, Vue is designed from the ground up to be incrementally adoptable. The core library is focused on the view layer only, and is easy to pick up and integrate with other libraries or existing projects.

gdbgui - Browser-based frontend to gdb (gnu debugger)

A modern, browser-based frontend to gdb (gnu debugger). Add breakpoints, view stack traces, and more in C, C++, Go, and Rust! Simply run gdbgui from the terminal and a new tab will open in your browser. gdbgui is easy to get started with yet supports scripting, and has terminal access while keeping the user interface in lock step with the underlying gdb process.

frontend-dev-bookmarks - Manually curated collection of resources for frontend web developers.

Manually curated collection of resources for frontend web developers.You are viewing a browseable version, split by category in many small files. There is also a really huge file with every single resource on one page. Proceed to the totally gigantic file if you are into this kind of thing.

broccoli - Browser compilation library – an asset pipeline for applications that run in the browser

A fast, reliable asset pipeline, supporting constant-time rebuilds and compact build definitions. Comparable to the Rails asset pipeline in scope, though it runs on Node and is backend-agnostic. For background and architecture, see the introductory blog post.For the command line interface, see broccoli-cli.

frontend - CircleCI's frontend

This is an open-source mirror of the code that is running CircleCI's frontend. CircleCI provides powerful Continuous Integration and Deployment with easy setup and maintenance. Feel free to fork and make contributions. We'll try to get them into the main application.

oriDomi - Fold up DOM elements like paper

Visit oridomi.com for examples, documentation and notes. Read the annotated source for a detailed look.

mercury - A truly modular frontend framework

The following examples demonstrate how you can mix & match mercury with other frameworks. This is possible because mercury is fundamentally modular. mercury is a small glue layer that composes a set of modules that solves a subset of the frontend problem.

web-maker - A blazing fast & offline frontend playground

Web-Maker is an offline playground for your web experiments. Something like CodePen or JSFiddle, but much more faster and offline supported because it runs completely on your system. Follow @webmakerApp for updates or tweet out feature requests and suggestions.

frontend-stuff - A continuously expanded list of framework/libraries and tools I used/want to use when building things on the web

A continuously expanded list of framework/libraries and tools I used/want to use when building things on the web. Mostly Javascript stuff.


Devbridge Styleguide helps you create, share, and automate a living visual style library of your brand. Share your digital brand standards, improve team collaboration, and implement an independent easily-extendable modular structure. Note, do not download files directly from git repository, unless you know what you are doing.

frontdesk - Community driven list of useful things for Front End Developers

Community driven list of useful things for Front End Developers

the-front-end-knowledge-you-may-not-know - :innocent: 你可能不知道的前端知识点

发掘被我们忽略的前端知识点。所有的讨论以 [issues](https://github.com/justjavac/the-front-end-knowledge-you-may-dont-know/issues) 的形式进行,任何人都可以在 issues 区围观讨论。

reactpatterns.com - Patterns for React Developers

Stateless functions are a brilliant way to define highly reusable components. They don't hold state; they're just functions. They get passed props and context.