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Builder Book is an open source web app to publish documentation or books. The app is built with React/Material-UI/Next/Express/Mongoose/MongoDB and includes these third party APIs: Google, Github, AWS SES, Mailchimp, Stripe. We've used this builderbook project to build saas, async, and other real-world web apps.
A toolkit for makers to ship better products faster 🚀. Ship is a tool which help you setup your new product in matter of minutes. Ship is based on Stack. Stack is an number of open-source components, resulted from years of hard work on a number of awesome products. We carefully select, document and share our production-ready knowledge with you.
Accelorator of Server Side Rendering (and unit tests). Next.js and Nuxt.js and some framework improves productivity of development. You just write code once, the code run on the server and the client. Almost all part or code is compatible including server access code.
A working example of running next.js on Google AppEngine's Node Standard Environment Early Access Program. Important Node.js on App Engine Standard is in early access (not even Alpha or Beta). It is provided without guarantee. Read below for more information.
NextAuth is an authentication library for Next.js projects. The NextAuth library uses Express and Passport, the most commonly used authentication library for Node.js, to provide support for signing in with email and with services like Facebook, Google and Twitter.
This is a starter project for Next.js with authentication. Next.js is a framework that makes it easy to create Universal web apps in React. With Next.js, React pages are automatically rendered on both client and server side, without the hassle of setting up dependancies like webpack or babel and with automatic routing.
Uphack is a front-end client that interacts with Mint blockchain. If you wish to roll out your own front-end and interact with the underlying blockchain check out Mint. We are experimenting with a content-storage blockchain called Mint. It was created out of a need for JSON storage on blockchain. Uphack is the first client that interacts with Mint.