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Sharer.js is a very tiny js lib to create custom social share components on DOM elements for your website. No dependencies. Currently there is no support for AMD/CommonJS right now, but there is a repo which exposes the current Sharer class behaviour.
An app for catching up on things. There's a lot of services I like reading up on throughout the day. Most of these services have dedicated apps for consuming them, but often times I just want to skim the front page and only deep dive occasionally. Enter CatchUp: a high level presentation of the "front page" of several services in short form, and intelligent deeplinking into dedicated apps if you want to go further.
This app does not use the new HackerNews API, but instead relies on libHN for the interface to HN content. This app is built in Swift, but is really a port of an existing app with a little bit clearer design and modularity of components. There are a few architecture decisions I made to make some things easier that may or may not be defacto architecture or MVC considerations. The first of which is...
As we know, an "Ask HN: Who is Hiring?"(example) post will occur at hackernews every month. It is interesting to scan the post because it helps you to get a feeling about what is happening in tec related business. This repo aims to help you keep up with how the tec job requirements/used tools/kind/... evolve.
A web app that aggregates best news during last week from sites like reddit and Hacker News. Uses Haskell for backend and GHCJS (via Reflex) for frontend. Our workflow is based on reflex-platform's project development.
This is a demo app to show how Framework7 makes it easy to develop hybrid apps. It is based on the Official Hacker News API even if I think that the Unofficial Hacker News API provides a better structure (but I hope they will be inspired by this last one).
Looped In is a browser extension that displays Hacker News comments for the current webpage in a sidebar. It is written in ClojureScript. Looped In will be available from the Firefox Add-ons site and the Chrome Web Store pending review. If you'd prefer to clone the repository and run the extension locally, read on.
Gatsby is a blazing-fast static site generator for React. This is the Gatsby implementation of Hackernews using the gatsby-source-hackernews plugin. Kickstarted with the gatsby-default-starter boilerplate.
Stack Overflow and Hacker News are portals mainly (but not only) read and used by programmers and other people who occupy their (professional or free) time with writing code. Stack Overflow lets their users easily Stack Overflow (SO), an established in 2008 portal on which programmers help each other by asking and answering coding questions, lets their users easily find questions related to a certain programming language/framework/library etc. by tags. The questions and replies/comments are evaluated in a form of points so it is usually instantly obvious which answer was rated the highest (and therefore is considered as the best one by the community) or whether a described problem is reproducible, i.e. you can replicate it with a piece of code prepared by a person asking a question.
Devo is a Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox extension that displays GitHub Trending, Hacker News and Product Hunt on every new tab. It caches the information for 30 minutes, so that there is no extra calls to the external services, hence allowing a faster experience. Devo can be installed for Chrome here, and Firefox here.