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jekyll-gulp-sass-browser-sync - A starter project including full setup for Jekyll, GulpJS, SASS & BrowserSync

  •    CSS

Here's a 1.5min screencast showing what you get. And here's a GIF showing the CSS injecting.

WeFlow - A web developer workflow tool by WeChat team based on tmt-workflow, with cross-platform supported and environment ready

  •    Javascript

A web developer workflow tool by WeChat team based on tmt-workflow, with cross-platform supported and environment ready.

web-component-tester - Moved to Polymer/tools monorepo

  •    TypeScript

The Polymer/web-component-tester repo has been migrated to packages/web-component-tester folder of the Polymer/tools 🚝 monorepo. We are actively working on migrating open Issues and PRs to the new repo. New Issues and PRs should be filed at Polymer/tools.




angular2-babel-esnext-starter - Angular development and testing examples with Babel in Javascript (ES6/ES7)

  •    Javascript

This repository shows development and testing techniques with Angular. The application is written in modern Javascript without Typescript. It can be ideal for those who are new to Angular and want to learn how things work and fiddle with Typescript later. It is a basic CRUD application with authentication, similar to the news site jslive.com. You can see the list of links, add and edit them after you signed in.

gulp-tutorial - Code examples for my Gulp.js tutorial series

  •    Javascript

These are the files for my series Introduction to Gulp.js published on my website stefanimhoff.de. Open gulp/config.js and change settings if needed. Only the rsync settings need to be adjusted. Change the destination to a path on your webserver and change hostname and username.

blockstack.org - The Blockstack website

  •    Javascript

A live version of this site can be found online at https://blockstack.org.Before reporting a bug, follow these steps.

npm-pipeline-rails - Use npm as part of your Rails asset pipeline

  •    Ruby

See § How it Works for an explanation of the diagram above.Rails 5.1 will be adding official support for Webpack via webpacker. In contrast, npm-pipeline-rails is far less opinionated and more flexible than webpacker, but expect better support from using Rails's official integration.


gulp-exclude-gitignore - Gulp plugin to exclude file contained in .gitignore from the stream

  •    Javascript

The usual fix is to add negative glob patterns to your gulp.src() call. Doesn't this feel verbose and tedious? There is a better way! You already have this list inside your .gitignore file, let's just use it.If this option is present, it gives the path to the git ignore file. By default this option is set to .gitignore.

gulp-config - Drive gulp with a little grunt like config

  •    Javascript

gulp-config provides grunt like config management for gulp tasks. Take a look at this projects gruntfile and tasks directory for a working example.

gulp-styledown - A gulp plugin for styledown.

  •    Javascript

A gulp plugin for Styledown. Other options are pass to styledown.

npm_three_template - A template for using three

  •    Javascript

If you simply want a template to write your own apps, perhaps get a fresh ZIP from the repo. Then cd to the directory and run npm install to get the dependencies fulfilled.

startproject - Starting point for creating websites with Django Fiber

  •    CSS

Startproject is a starting point for creating websites with Django Fiber.

gappro-theme - A web admin theme based on bootstrap.

  •    Javascript

基于 bootstrap 自定义的后台模板,包含诸多常用特性,比如 widget、leaderboard table、magic menu、charts、guide tour、form 等等页面.

pragmatist - A collection of tasks to standardize builds.

  •    Javascript

This project is no longer actively maintained. I thought Pragmatist is going to save me a lot of time – a single build program for all of my open-source projects. The primary goals were to (1) standardize build tools (unit testing, linting, code coverage), (2) reduce the configuration boilerplate and to (3) enable simple updates of these changes across all projects.

scala.epfl.ch - Website for Scala@EPFL

  •    HTML

The site is built and hosted using GitHub Pages and Jekyll. The generated site is available at http://localhost:4000.

gulp-cjsx - gulp module for coffee-react transformations

  •    Javascript

The options object supports the same options as the standard CoffeeScript compiler. Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

tasking-manager - Tasking Manager 3 code, issues, documentation and fun

  •    Python

The app is split into a Client (AngularJS) and Server (Python) structure. Each can be developed independently of each other. See below for instructions on how to set up your deve environment. If you plan to do client development you can run the app using gulp, without having to worry too much about the server. If you want to point the client at a non-local API (e.g. a staging environment), you'll have to change the environment config for development in client/taskingmanager.config.json.