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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.

Playgrounds - Better playgrounds that work both for Objective-C and Swift

  •    Objective-C

Playgrounds are one of the niftiest features of Swift. They allow you to quickly test out bits of code and see results in real time without going through traditional edit-compile-run-debug cycle. "But surely playgrounds aren't possible in Objective-C" you say? ... In fact they can be much better than Swift ones.

react-redux-universal-hot-example - A starter boilerplate for a universal webapp using express, react, redux, webpack, and react-transform

  •    Javascript

I cobbled this together from a wide variety of similar "starter" repositories. As I post this in June 2015, all of these libraries are right at the bleeding edge of web development. They may fall out of fashion as quickly as they have come into it, but I personally believe that this stack is the future of web development and will survive for several years. I'm building my new projects like this, and I recommend that you do, too. The first time it may take a little while to generate the first webpack-assets.json and complain with a few dozen [webpack-isomorphic-tools] (waiting for the first Webpack build to finish) printouts, but be patient. Give it 30 seconds.

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.




remote-redux-devtools - Redux DevTools remotely.

  •    Javascript

Use Redux DevTools remotely for React Native, hybrid, desktop and server side Redux apps. Note: for Windows use remote-redux-devtools@0.5.0 (newer versions will not work due to a Windows issue fixed in react-native).

redux-devtools - DevTools for Redux with hot reloading, action replay, and customizable UI

  •    Javascript

Note that the implemention in this repository is different from Redux DevTools Extension. Please refer to the latter for browser extension. Redux DevTools is a development time package that provides power-ups for your Redux development workflow. Be careful to strip its code in production (see walkthrough for instructions)! To use Redux DevTools, you need to choose a “monitor”—a React component that will serve as a UI for the DevTools. Different tasks and workflows require different UIs, so Redux DevTools is built to be flexible in this regard. We recommend using LogMonitor for inspecting the state and time travel, and wrap it in a DockMonitor to quickly move it across the screen. That said, when you’re comfortable rolling up your own setup, feel free to do this, and share it with us.

universal-redux - An npm package that lets you jump right into coding React and Redux with universal (isomorphic) rendering

  •    Javascript

Universal Redux is an npm package that when used as a dependency in your project provides a universal (isomorphic) rendering server. You can either use its defaults and begin coding your project, or configure it to your liking with custom Webpack options and Express or Redux middleware. It's intended as both an easy starting point for developers new to React and Redux, as well as an extensible base by which advanced developers can augment with their own middleware and keep up to date with the fast-moving React ecosystem. The quickest way to get started is to clone the starter project. This gives you a base project that is set up with default configurations of Webpack and Express.

redux-devtools-dock-monitor - A resizable and movable dock for Redux DevTools monitors

  •    Javascript

A resizable and movable dock for Redux DevTools. Powered by React Dock. Read how to start using Redux DevTools.


redux-devtools-log-monitor - The default monitor for Redux DevTools with a tree view

  •    Javascript

The default monitor for Redux DevTools with a tree view. It shows a log of states and actions, and lets you change their history. Then you can render <DevTools> to any place inside app or even into a separate popup window.

mobx-remotedev - MobX DevTools extension

  •    Javascript

See counter, simple-todo and todomvc examples. Also see the extension API and my presentation at React Europe.

webpack-chrome-extension-reloader - 🔥 Hot reloading while developing Chrome extensions with webpack 🔥

  •    TypeScript

A Webpack plugin to enable hot reloading while developing Chrome extensions. Basically something similar to what the webpack hot reload middleware does. When you change the code and the webpack trigger and finish the compilation, your extension is notified and then reloaded using the chrome.runtime API. Check out Hot reloading Chrome extensions using Webpack for more background.

react-match-media - A react component allows you to conditionally render your components based on media queries

  •    Javascript

A React component that allows you to conditionally render your components based on media queries for your responsive website. Introduced a MatchMediaHOC high order component to replace the previous MatchMedia component.

deepamehta - Platform for collaboration and knowledge management

  •    Java

DeepaMehta 4 is a platform for collaboration and knowledge management. The vision of DeepaMehta is a Post-Desktop Metaphor user interface that abolishes applications, windows, files, and folders in favor of stable personal views of contextual content. The goal of DeepaMehta is to provide knowledge workers of all kind a cognitive adequate work environment, right after your desktop computer or laptop has booted up. Technically DeepaMehta 4 is made of Server-side: Java, Neo4j, Lucene, Apache Felix (OSGi), Jetty, Jersey, Thymeleaf (optional), Neo4j Spatial (optional), Jetty WebSocket (optional), Karaf (optional), Pax Web (optional). Client-side: Javascript, jQuery, jQuery-UI, HTML5 Canvas, CKEditor, OpenLayers (optional), D3.js (optional).

redux-devtools-bubbles-monitor - An unobtrusive monitor for Redux DevTools.

  •    Javascript

Redux actions are displayed as they are dispacted. The type of the action is shown along with the payload and other properties of the action. If an object is nested, only the top level keys are shown. Error actions are shown as red alert notifications. Redux internal actions, including those from redux router are shown as blue info notifications.

bingsan - name generator

  •    Javascript

Based on the boilerplate derived from react-redux-universal-hot-exampl under MIT License by Eirk Rasmussen. Chinese character metadata from moedict-data, processed from MOE Revised Dictionary under CC BY-ND 3.0.

rook - Semi-opinionated React/Redux/Hapi/ES2016 universal framework

  •    Javascript

Note: Rook is still beta software. Getting started with a modern JavaScript universal application is hard. There are countless libraries, tools, and patterns to choose from. Once you've done that, you still need to figure out how to configure everything together. Only then are you able to start your real work.

cssfx - Allow runtime modification of JavaFX CSS

  •    Java

CSSFX enhances developper productivity by offering hot-reloading of CSS in running applications

appetini-front

  •    Javascript

I cobbled this together from a wide variety of similar "starter" repositories. As I post this in June 2015, all of these libraries are right at the bleeding edge of web development. They may fall out of fashion as quickly as they have come into it, but I personally believe that this stack is the future of web development and will survive for several years. I'm building my new projects like this, and I recommend that you do, too. The first time it may take a little while to generate the first webpack-assets.json and complain with a few dozen [webpack-isomorphic-tools] (waiting for the first Webpack build to finish) printouts, but be patient. Give it 30 seconds.