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Hello Real World

  •    CSharp

The ultimate C# .Net "Hello World!" tutorial. This project is a series of samples showing not just how to write code, but also how you can and why should do things to make your code better. Are you ready for .Net in the real world?

nanobox-guides - Guides for using languages and frameworks with Nanobox

  •    HTML

Every page that is created in the app/pages directory will create a page on the final site.Article groups define the related articles that will are shown in the left hand column of article pages.

kendo-angular-quickstart-cli - Using Kendo UI with the Angular CLI

  •    TypeScript

This repository holds the source code for the article on getting started with the Kendo UI for Angular suite.The project is generated with the Angular CLI tool, version 1.0.0.

getting-started - Getting started in Node.js!

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answers the tough questions, through documentation resources, of how we get started in Node.js.File issues to let us know what you'd like to learn. See Contributing below to help others through creating help documents.




elixir_getting_started_guide_to_go - Elixir Getting Started Guide (EPUB format)

  •    Elixir

The idea behind this application is to offer an efficient way to transform the Elixir Lang guides into an EPUB document.

wechaty-getting-started - Wechaty Starter Project Template that Works Out-of-the-Box

  •    Javascript

Wechaty is a Wechat Bot SDK for Personal Account that lets you create software to extend the functionality of the Wechat, writen in Node.js with TypeScript, Support all platforms including Linux, OSX, Win32, and Docker. As a developer, you can use Wechaty to easily build your bot on top of Wechat Personal Account, effectively manage message sending/receiving, room creating/inviting, contact friendship, and delightful add artificial intellengence between users and your bot.

skeleton-starter-flow - Project Base for Vaadin Flow

  •    Java

This project can be used as a starting point to create your own Vaadin Flow application. It has the necessary dependencies and files to help you get started. The best way to use it by via vaadin.com/start - you can get only the necessary parts and choose the package naming you want to use. There is also a getting started tutorial based on this project.


skeleton-starter-flow-spring - Project Base for Vaadin Flow and Spring

  •    Java

This project can be used as a starting point to create your own Vaadin Flow application with Spring Boot. It contains all the necessary configuration and some placeholder files to get you started. The best way to use it by via vaadin.com/start - you can get only the necessary parts and choose the package naming you want to use.

create-cycle-app - Create Cycle.js apps with no build configuration.

  •    Javascript

Create Cycle.js apps with no build configuration. Open your browser at http://localhost:8000 to see your app.

opendevstack

  •    CSS

This project contains the files to generate the OpenDevStack website. The web site uses the jekyll static site generator. You currently need to have a full Ruby installation at your hands. Serve the site using bundle exec jekyll s.

aws-kickstarter - AWS Kickstarter using Terraform

  •    HCL

Provisioning AWS IAM users/groups/roles/policies and a core AWS VPC setup using Terraform. This is closely modelled after an article I wrote a while back about using AWS securily, just in a single account, to make it a little simpler to try. It should be trivial to extend into a 1+1+n account setup though. For the AWS Access Key ID and AWS Secret Access Key use the values you've just written down. The default region should be eu-west-1. The output format doesn't matter.

orbs-starter-kit - The starting point for new application on Orbs platform

  •    Javascript

Your starting point to build application on Orbs Network. Runs the app in the development mode. Open http://localhost:4000 to view it in the browser.