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react-native-branch-deep-linking - NPM module for integrating Branch deep linking with React Native apps

  •    Objective-C

This is a repository of our open source React Native SDK. The information presented here serves as a reference manual for the SDK. See the table of contents below for a complete list of the content featured in this document. Note that the react-native-branch module requires react-native >= 0.40.

embd-go - embd-go is an embeddable command-line tool for embedding data files in Go source code, specially crafted for easy use with `go generate`

  •    Go

embd-go is an embeddable command-line tool for embedding data files in Go source code, ***specially crafted for easy use with go generate***.

riplink - Find dead links on the web.

  •    Go

riplink finds dead links on the web. It's useful for double-checking web pages for incorrect, or dead web links. Inspired by Wikimedia and the Internet Archive fixing broken links on Wikipedia.




link-verifier - A tool for verifying links in text-based files

  •    Go

A tool for verifying links in text-based files. Written in Go, available as executable. Ambitious tech writers use plain-text mark-up formats like AsciiDoc and Markdown for turning text into properly formatted blog posts, web pages and documentation. Incorporating URLs to refer to external resources is part of the process. Before publishing content it’s important to verify that linked URLs are valid and can be resolved. Nothing feels more unprofessional than broken links in a carefully crafted document.

gjfy - gjfy is a standalone one-time link server. Use it to securely share secrets.

  •    Go

gjfy is a single binary, standalone web server with only one purpose: Create links that automatically disappear once clicked. On first click it will show a "secret", for instance a password that somebody wants to send to someone. The idea is that if the original receiver finds the link invalid, they know that the secret was intercepted by a third party and the sender can reset the password. This does not protect against eavesdropping attacks, for this you need a TLS connection.