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didyoumean

  •    Javascript

Available on GitHub. A super-simple, highly optimized JS library for matching human-quality input to a list of potential matches. You can use it to suggest a misspelled command-line utility option to a user, or to offer links to nearby valid URLs on your 404 page. (The examples below are taken from a personal project, my HTML5 business card, which uses didYouMean.js to suggest correct URLs from misspelled ones, such as dcporter.aws.af.cm/me/instagarm.) Uses the Levenshtein distance algorithm.

MCW-Containers-and-DevOps - MCW Containers and DevOps

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Fabrikam Medical Conferences provides conference web site services, tailored to the medical community. Their business has grown and the management of many instances of the code base and change cycle per tenant has gotten out of control. The goal of this workshop is to help them build a proof of concept (POC) that will migrate their code to a more manageable process that involves containerization of tenant code, a better DevOps workflow, and a simple lift-and-shift story for their database backend.

Angles.js - Angles.js is a collection of functions to work with angles

  •    Javascript

Angles.js is a collection of functions to work with angles. The aim is to have a fast and correct library, which can effortlessly convert between different units and can seamlessly work within different units. The result is a static library, which works on a configurable scale. Simply calculate the linear interpolation of the smaller angle.




meanmap - :rage: :earth_africa: Meanmap's Open Source Application Built With The Mean Stack

  •    CSS

Meanmap is an interactive map for Mean Stack Developers all over the world. The mean stack has become one of the biggest communities of fans, contributors and backers worldwide. It provides an avenue where a mean stack developer can easily identify another developer in his local environment especially where there is no local meetup group. If you discover a security vulnerability within Meanmap, please send an e-mail to Prosper Otemuyiwa at prosperotemuyiwa@gmail.com. All security vulnerabilities will be promptly addressed.

generator-soa

  •    CSS

Currently Under Development. The purpose of a generator for service oriented architecture (SOA), is to help teams immediately set up their environment. Currently you are able to generator multiple servers by running yo soa:server [name], Which will generate a server in the servers/ directory. It will also generate and angular.factory(), that makes the connection.


mean-app - Create a MEAN stack with IBM Developer Tools, Kubernetes, or Cloud Foundry

  •    Javascript

This repository has code to create a web app that is pre-configured with the MEAN stack (MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, Node.js). We use IBM Cloud services to host our application; the IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI to run and debug locally; and lastly provide native commands to deploy to Kubernetes or Cloud Foundry. As an alternative to the steps below, you can create this project as a starter kit on IBM Cloud, which automatically provisions required services, and injects service credentials into a custom fork of this pattern.

node-azure - Tutorials that illustrate how to build Node

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Between Visual Studio Code and Azure, we're trying to simplify the overall developer experience of building, debugging and deploying Node.js applications. This tutorial tries to illustrate what it would look like to take an existing Node.js app, "containerize" it, and then deploy it to the cloud. The tutorial makes use of a simple todo app created by and published by Scotch.io. It is a single-page MEAN app, and therefore, uses MongoDB as its database, Node/Express for the REST API/web server and Angular.js 1.x for the front-end UI. Use the following ToC to jump to particular sections of interest, otherwise, continue reading ahead.

ng-home-Google-Now - Beautiful personal portfolio/home app for developers using Angular (Google Now theme)

  •    CSS

ng-Home was created to be a starting point for developers to build an awesome personal / portfolio app. If you're cool with a hacker news or craigslist themed, or should I say non-themed, personal site, then this is not for you. This is for the developers that crave style and shiny things. This theme draws inspiration from Google Now on Android and Google Search on iOS. Using the search bar at the top of the page, users can search for information about a developer. In formation is formatted and placed on 'cards' that enter and leave the page based on what is being searched. Animations are smooth. Ng-Home is mobile friendly.

timestream-aggregates - Aggregation operations for timeseries streams (objectMode streams ordered by timestamp)

  •    Javascript

Aggregation functions for objectMode streams. Contains a set of stream Transforms that accept objectMode streams with a sequenceKey and aggregate all other values of each record into chunks at regular intervals. This is most useful for timeseries data as the chunked aggregation function is designed to slice data by time.

CEP-Be-MEAN - CEP nosso de cada dia

  •    Javascript

Primeiramente acesse o link https://cep.webschool.io. Em conversa com Higor Diego e Michel Souza, resolvemos criar uma api de CEP para os alunos e as demais pessoas que amam projetos open source. Então em menos de 2 dias o projeto já estava recebendo mais de 50 requisições/dia e crescendo.