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react-firebase-starter - Boilerplate (seed) project for creating web apps with React

  •    Javascript

React Firebase Starter (RFS) is a popular project template (aka boilerplate) for creating single-page applications with React, Firebase and GraphQL.This project was bootstraped with React Firebase Starter by Kriasoft (get support on Telegram).

angular-starter - :tada: An Angular Starter kit featuring Angular (Router, Http, Forms, Services, Tests, E2E, Dev/Prod, HMR, Async/Lazy Routes, AoT via ngc), Karma, Protractor, Jasmine, Istanbul, TypeScript, TsLint, Codelyzer, Hot Module Replacement, @types, and Webpack by @TipeIO

  •    Javascript

An Angular starter kit featuring Angular 5, Ahead of Time Compile, Router, Forms, Http, Services, Tests, E2E), Karma, Protractor, Jasmine, Istanbul, TypeScript, @types, TsLint, Codelyzer, Hot Module Replacement, and Webpack by AngularClass.This seed repo serves as an Angular starter for anyone looking to get up and running with Angular and TypeScript fast. Using a Webpack 3 for building our files and assisting with boilerplate. We're also using Protractor for our end-to-end story and Karma for our unit tests.

react-redux - Official React bindings for Redux

  •    Javascript

Official React bindings for Redux. Performant and flexible.React Redux requires React 0.14 or later.

fuse-box - A blazing fast js bundler/loader with a comprehensive API :fire:

  •    TypeScript

FuseBox is a bundler/module loader that combines the power of webpack, JSPM and SystemJS.It is blazing fast (it takes 50-100ms to re-bundle) which makes it extremely convenient for developers. It requires zero configuration to bundle such monsters like babel-core.




react-refetch - A simple, declarative, and composable way to fetch data for React components

  •    Javascript

A simple, declarative, and composable way to fetch data for React components. Requires React 0.14 or later.

webpack-hot-middleware - Webpack hot reloading you can attach to your own server

  •    Javascript

Webpack hot reloading using only webpack-dev-middleware. This allows you to add hot reloading into an existing server without webpack-dev-server. This module is only concerned with the mechanisms to connect a browser client to a webpack server & receive updates. It will subscribe to changes from the server and execute those changes using webpack's HMR API. Actually making your application capable of using hot reloading to make seamless changes is out of scope, and usually handled by another library.

livereactload - Live code editing with Browserify and React

  •    Javascript

Live code editing with Browserify and React. Hot reloading is de facto in today's front-end scene but unfortunately there isn't any decent implementation for Browserify yet. This is shame because (in my opinion) Browserify is the best bundling tool at the moment.


react-hot-boilerplate - Minimal live-editing example for React

  •    Javascript

React Hot Loader 3 is on the horizon, and you can try it today (boilerplate branch, upgrade example). It fixes some long-standing issues with both React Hot Loader and React Transform, and is intended as a replacement for both. The docs are not there yet, but they will be added before the final release. For now, this commit is a good reference. The minimal dev environment to enable live-editing React components.

react-hot-loader - Tweak React components in real time.

  •    Javascript

Watch Dan Abramov's talk on Hot Reloading with Time Travel. Note: You can safely install react-hot-loader as a regular dependency instead of a dev dependency as it automatically ensures it is not executed in production and the footprint is minimal.

react-transform-boilerplate - A new Webpack boilerplate with hot reloading React components, and error handling on module and component level

  •    Javascript

React Hot Loader 3 is on the horizon, and you can try it today (boilerplate branch, upgrade example). It fixes some long-standing issues with both React Hot Loader and React Transform, and is intended as a replacement for both. The docs are not there yet, but they will be added before the final release. For now, this commit is a good reference. This is highly experimental tech. If you’re enthusiastic about hot reloading, by all means, give it a try, but don’t bet your project on it. Either of the technologies it relies upon may change drastically or get deprecated any day. You’ve been warned 😉 .

react-transform-hmr - A React Transform that enables hot reloading React classes using Hot Module Replacement API

  •    Javascript

React Hot Loader 3 is on the horizon, and you can try it today (boilerplate branch, upgrade example). It fixes some long-standing issues with both React Hot Loader and React Transform, and is intended as a replacement for both. The docs are not there yet, but they will be added before the final release. For now, this commit is a good reference. A React Transform that enables hot reloading React classes using Hot Module Replacement API. Hot module replacement is supported natively by Webpack and available in Browserify with browserify-hmr.

webpack-hot-middleware - Webpack hot reloading you can attach to your own server

  •    Javascript

Webpack hot reloading using only webpack-dev-middleware. This allows you to add hot reloading into an existing server without webpack-dev-server. This module is only concerned with the mechanisms to connect a browser client to a webpack server & receive updates. It will subscribe to changes from the server and execute those changes using webpack's HMR API. Actually making your application capable of using hot reloading to make seamless changes is out of scope, and usually handled by another library.

aspnetcore-angular2-universal - *NEW* Angular 6

  •    TypeScript

This repository is maintained by Angular and is meant to be an advanced starter for both ASP.NET Core 2.1 using Angular 6.0+, not only for the client-side, but to be rendered on the server for instant application paints (Note: If you don't need SSR read here on how to disable it). This is meant to be a Feature-Rich Starter application containing all of the latest technologies, best build systems available, and include many real-world examples and libraries needed in todays Single Page Applications (SPAs).

landscape - Static Cloud Native Landscapes and Interactive Landscape that filters and sorts hundreds of cloud native projects and products, and shows details including GitHub stars, funding or market cap, first and last commits, contributor counts, headquarters location, and recent tweets

  •    Javascript

The CNCF Cloud Native Landscape Project is intended as a map through the previously uncharted terrain of cloud native technologies. This attempts to categorize most of the projects and product offerings in the cloud native space. There are many routes to deploying a cloud native application, with CNCF Projects representing a particularly well-traveled path. It has been built in collaboration with Redpoint Ventures and Amplify Partners. The Cloud Native Trail Map provides an overview for enterprises starting their cloud native journey.

angular-webpack-starter - A complete Angular 6 and Webpack 4 starter seed with minimal and full featured branches

  •    TypeScript

Featuring Material Design 2, Webpack (and Webpack DLL plugin for faster dev builds), HMR (Hot Module Replacement), @ngrx for state management and optional server-side rendering with Universal. Use yarn start for dev server. Default dev port is 3000.

react-redux - Official React bindings for Redux

  •    HTML

Official React bindings for Redux. Performant and flexible. React Redux requires React 0.14 or later.