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BeeHive - :honeybee: BeeHive is a solution for iOS Application module programs, it absorbed the Spring Framework API service concept to avoid to coupling between modules

BeeHive is a modular program of implementation in iOS , it absorbed the Spring Framework API service concept to avoid to directly coupling between modules.We can get to know the architecture of BeeHive from this picture.

Uppy - The next open source file uploader for web browsers

Uppy is (going to be) a sleek, modular file uploader that integrates seemlessly with any framework. It fetches files from local disk, Google Drive, Dropbox, Instagram, remote URLs, cameras and other exciting locations, and then uploads them to the final destination. It’s fast, easy to use and let's you worry about more important problems than building a file uploader.

Apache Karaf - OSGi distribution for server-side applications

Karaf Container is a modern and polymorphic container. It's a lightweight, powerful, and enterprise ready container powered by OSGi. By polymorphic, it means that Karaf can host any kind of applications: OSGi, Spring, WAR, and much more. It uses either the Apache Felix or Eclipse Equinox OSGi frameworks, providing additional features on top of the framework.

nebular - Nebular is a set of essential modules for your next Angular application.

Nebular is a great toolkit if you build a Rich UI application based on Angular, and don't want to spend your time on painful project setup. It provides you with a unified approach for managing styles for various components (3rd party including), pure components tightly connect to Angular and authentication layer easily configurable for your API.There are a lot of awesome front-end frameworks out there these days. They provide a massive quantity of useful features making our lives more comfortable. Our intention is not to create a new one as we are pretty much aware of the complexity and amount of work developers put on their creations. But as developers, we feel that nowadays front-end development is disjointed. You have to search for libraries, go through the different installation process, everything looks different, and sometimes it's just annoying that you can't just sit and start going. That's why we are on a mission to assemble together the most usefule modules and libraries, join them with a unified application and graphical interface creating a great toolkit for easier setup.

gentleman - Full-featured, plugin-oriented, composable HTTP client toolkit for Go

Full-featured, plugin-driven, middleware-oriented toolkit to easily create rich, versatile and composable HTTP clients in Go.gentleman embraces extensibility and composition principles in order to provide a flexible way to easily create featured HTTP client layers based on built-in or third-party plugins that you can register and reuse across HTTP clients.

BlackBox Event Log Framework

BlackBox Event Log Framework is a easy to understand, use, extend and multiple platform event logging framework.

Modular Mvc Framework

ModularMvc framework allows you to add modules to a website (the shell) and has the same kind of structure as Visual Studio shell utilizing integration package.

jetstream - Jetstream Sync server framework

Jetstream for Node is a server that brokers syncing Jetstream models over the Jetstream Sync protocol. Out of the box it has a single Websocket transport adapter with the ability to add custom transport adapters.See the docs directory. A good start is with docs/overview.md.

jdk9-jigsaw - Examples and exercises based on some of the features of jigsaw in JDK9/Jigsaw (Early Access builds)

Examples of some of the features of Jigsaw released in the Early Access build of JDK9.Many of the examples here are directly from the Project Jigsaw: Module System Quick-Start Guide, see http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jigsaw/quick-start but we have also contributions from the Java community.

rex - Pleasures for Web in Golang

Rex is a library for modular web development in Go, designed to work directly with net/http.Nah, not another Web Framework, we have that enough.The more we spend on Go, the more clearly we realize that most lightweight, pure-stdlib conventions really do scale to large groups of developers and diverse project ecosystems. You absolutely don’t need a Web Framework like you normally do in other languages, simply because your code base has grown beyond a certain size. Or you believe it might grow beyond a certain size! You truly ain’t gonna need it. What we really need is just a suitable routing system, along with some common toolkits for web development, the standard idioms and practices will continue to function beautifully at scale.