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intellij-rainbow-brackets - Rainbow Brackets / Rainbow Parentheses for IntelliJ based IDEs

  •    Kotlin

Rainbow Brackets / Rainbow Parentheses for IntelliJ based IDEs. Java, Scala, Clojure, Kotlin, Python, Haskell, Agda, Rust, JavaScript, TypeScript, Erlang, Go, Groovy, Ruby, Elixir, ObjectiveC, PHP, HTML, XML, SQL, Apex language ...

credential - Easy password hashing and verification in Node

  •    Javascript

Easy password hashing and verification in Node. Protects against brute force, rainbow tables, and timing attacks.Employs cryptographically secure, per password salts to prevent rainbow table attacks. Key stretching is used to make brute force attacks impractical. A constant time verification check prevents variable response time attacks.




rainbowspace - A tool for inspecting the color gamut of images in 3D

  •    Javascript

A tool for inspecting the color gamut of 2D images in 3D space. These are the setups I have access to, so these are what I can ensure work properly.

lolcatjs - For the lols

  •    Javascript

For when you need the lols but don't have the rubies. This is a node port of the famous lolcat gem. It implements all the original functionality and behaviour.


hashbow - Hexadecimal hashes of everything

  •    Javascript

Hashbow creates hexadecimal colors of everything. You can think of it like a crypto library, but instead of outputting md5s or sha1s it turns everything into color hashes. outputs #40BFA8, a lovely mid turquiose blue.

RainbowVis-JS - A JavaScript library for colour data visualization

  •    Javascript

A JavaScript library for colour data visualization. Easily map numbers to a smooth-transitioning colour legend. The Rainbow class by default maps the range 0 to 100 (inclusive) to the colours of the rainbow (i.e., a gradient transitioning from red to yellow to lime to blue).

RainbowProgressBar - colorful progress bar

  •    Java

And also you can contribute more style, or new idea to me. I made some predesign style. You can use color via style property.

deeprl-baselines - Deep reinforcement learning baselines base on OpenAI

  •    Python

Our code is based on OpenAI Baselines, which is a set of high-quality implementations of reinforcement learning algorithms. Our code is aimed to provide more algorithms which is not included by OpenAI baselines, such as C51 and rainbow, as well as improvements. These algorithms will make it easier for the research community to replicate, refine, and identify new ideas, and will create good baselines to build research on top of. Our DQN implementation and its variants are roughly on par with the scores in published papers. We expect they will be used as a base around which new ideas can be added, and as a tool for comparing a new approach against existing ones.

android-things-workshop - AKA the connected catapult!

  •    Java

This codelab will introduce you to the key concepts to creating your own IoT devices using the Android Things platform. By the end of the codelab, you will build your first connected catapult and control it wirelessly. Do no harm! We know how tempting it could be, but don't try to hurt other members of the codelab with your catapult. It would only bring you trouble (hint: they may retaliate with a more powerful one).

go-rainbow - Golang Helper for beautiful CLI Applications

  •    Go

Animations have a different behavior of all methods, they realize the act of print, instead of only returning string.

DeepRL-Tutorials - Contains high quality implementations of Deep Reinforcement Learning algorithms written in PyTorch

  •    Jupyter

The intent of these IPython Notebooks are mostly to help me practice and understand the papers I read; thus, I will opt for readability over efficiency in some cases. First the implementation will be uploaded, followed by markup to explain each portion of code. I'll be assigning credit for any code which is borrowed in the Acknowledgements section of this README.