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oh-my-stars - An offline CLI tool to search your GitHub Stars.

  •    Python

Search your stars locally. Use an API token as the password – you can create one via Settings » Developer settings » Personal access tokens in the GitHub web interface.

GitFame - A Swift CLI script that logs your GitHub Stars and Forks.

  •    Makefile

A Swift CLI script that logs your GitHub Stars and Forks. This tool performs 2 requests to GitHub's API without authentication. The end-user will be rate-limited at 60 reqs/hr.

appreciate - ✨ Don't forget to say thank you!

  •    Javascript

Node's eco-system is exploding and there is a lot of open source code out there which gets used over and over again. However, it is easy to forget to say thank you when you npm install --save one of the projects to try it in your own project. One of the simplest ways of saying thank you is by starring the project's repository on Github, if it has one. This utility will make it easier for you to keep track of what you have and have not starred.




github-stars-by-topic - :star: Generate a list of your GitHub stars by topic - automatically!

  •    Python

This is a python script that fetches your GitHub stars and uses Machine Learning (buzzword, check) to extract a given number of topics. It then generates a folder structure so you can easily browse through the topics in markdown. The result can be viewed in the example folder.

repo-card - :scroll: Give your repos some freshness with a Repo Card

  •    Javascript

Give your repos some freshness with a Repo Card. I often get lazy adding a profile to my repositories, especially when I'd like for them to get forked, starred, etc. If you've been there, then Repo Cards are for you.

starmark - :octocat: Turn your GitHub stars into Chrome bookmarks

  •    Javascript

Starmark is a Chrome extension that converts the repos you've starred on GitHub into bookmarks. Also, anytime you star a repo, a bookmark will be added into the github-stars folder in your main Bookmarks.


stellar - Search your github stars in R

  •    R

Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.

Hubble - :telescope: Travel through GitHub Stars' history

  •    Vue

I want to know how many stars I've earned this year. Note: Hubble stores access tokens in your browser local storage and never transmits it anywhere.

awesome-with-star - 😎 Curated list of awesome lists with github star

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Just type awesome.re to go here. Check out my blog and follow me on Twitter. To the extent possible under law, Sindre Sorhus has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

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  •    Javascript

At the end of the day it's the fans who make you who you are.

starryeyes - "Oh my God! — it's full of stars!"

  •    R

GitHub doesn't officially have an API endpoint for "which of the people I follow starred something?" but I wanted a way to do this. Originally I set up an IFTTT action to watch my private GitHub RSS feed and send me an email when a new star appeared, but this quickly filled my inbox. This way, I can check-in when I like.

github-badges - Star / Fork badges for your GitHub Repository!

  •    HTML

Github SVG Buttons will automatically fetch how many stars and forks there are.

Track-Stargazers - Have fun tracking your project's stargazers

  •    Javascript

Have fun tracking your project's stargazers. I saw this post at Codementor by Ionică Bizău which lead me to his project, so I decided to create something cool of my own.