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go-starter-kit - Golang isomorphic react/hot reloadable/redux/css-modules starter kit

  •    Go

This project contains a quick starter kit for Facebook React Single Page Apps with Golang server side render via goja javascript engine, implemented in pure Golang and also with a set of useful features for rapid development of efficient applications.Note that probably not works at windows.

awesome-react-native - Awesome React Native components, news, tools, and learning material!

  •    Ruby

Have something that belongs under "Buzzing"? drop me a line: dotan[at]paracode.com. Conferences dedicated to React Native specifically. A listing of React general conferences can be found on the ReactJS site.

dash - Interactive, Reactive Web Apps for Python. Dash Is Productive™

  •    Python

Build on top of Plotly.js, React, and Flask, Dash ties modern UI elements like dropdowns, sliders, and graphs directly to your analytical python code. Here’s a 43-line example of a Dash App that ties a Dropdown to a D3.js Plotly Graph. As the user selects a value in the Dropdown, the application code dynamically exports data from Google Finance into a Pandas DataFrame. This app was written in just 43 lines of code (view the source).

xadmin - Drop-in replacement of Django admin comes with lots of goodies, fully extensible with plugin support, pretty UI based on Twitter Bootstrap

  •    Python

Drop-in replacement of Django admin comes with lots of goodies, fully extensible with plugin support, pretty UI based on Twitter Bootstrap.




react-laravel - Package for using ReactJS with Laravel

  •    PHP

With react-laravel you'll be able to use ReactJS components right from your Blade views, with optional server-side rendering, and use them on the client-side with React due to unobtrusive JavaScript. It's important to know that react-laravel has an indirect dependency of the v8js PHP extension.

react_on_rails - Integration of React + Webpack + Rails using rails/webpacker to build Universal (Isomorphic) Apps (aka Server Rendering)

  •    Ruby

React on Rails integrates Rails with (server rendering of) Facebook's React front-end framework. Intersted in optimizing your webpack setup for React on Rails including code splitting with react-router v4, webpack v4, and react-loadable? Contact me.

rendora - dynamic server-side rendering using headless Chrome to effortlessly solve the SEO problem for modern javascript websites

  •    Go

Rendora can be seen as a reverse HTTP proxy server sitting between your backend server (e.g. Node.js/Express.js, Python/Django, etc...) and potentially your frontend proxy server (e.g. nginx, traefik, apache, etc...) or even directly to the outside world that does actually nothing but transporting requests and responses as they are except when it detects whitelisted requests according to the config. In that case, Rendora instructs a headless Chrome instance to request and render the corresponding page and then return the server-side rendered page back to the client (i.e. the frontend proxy server or the outside world). This simple functionality makes Rendora a powerful dynamic renderer without actually changing anything in both frontend and backend code. Dynamic rendering means that the server provides server-side rendered HTML to web crawlers such as GoogleBot and BingBot and at the same time provides the typical initial HTML to normal users in order to be rendered at the client side. Dynamic rendering is meant to improve SEO for websites written in modern javascript frameworks like React, Vue, Angular, etc...

gocity - :bar_chart: Code City metaphor for visualizing Go source code in 3D

  •    Go

The UI is built with React and uses babylon.js to plot 3D structures. The front-end source code is available in the front-end branch.


Chromely - Lightweight Alternative to Electron for .NET/.NET Core HTML5 Desktop Apps

  •    CSharp

Chromely is a lightweight alternative to Electron.NET, Electron for .NET/.NET Core developers. Chromely is a .NET/.NET Core HTML5 Chromium desktop framework. It is focused on building apps based on Xilium.CefGlue, CefSharp implementations of embedded Chromium (Cef) without WinForms or WPF. Chromely uses Windows and Linux native GUI API as "thin" chromium hosts. It can be extended to use WinForms or WPF.

headless-wp-starter - 🔪 WordPress + React Starter kit

  •    PHP

You can read all about it in this handy introduction. Let's get started.

client - Keybase Go Library, Client, Service, OS X, iOS, Android, Electron

  •    Go

Hi, and welcome to the Keybase client repo. All our client apps (macOS, Windows, Linux, iOS, and Android) are being actively developed in this repository. Please, dig around. We'd love you to read our source code.

hound - Code review for GitHub pull requests.

  •    Ruby

This codebase is the Rails app for Hound, a hosted service that reviews GitHub pull requests for CoffeeScript, Go, HAML, JavaScript, Ruby, SCSS, and Swift style guide violations. If you have questions about the service, see Help or email hello@houndci.com.

WTM - WTM框架是针对中小规模后台管理系统的开发利器。基于DotNetCore,实现0编码创建项目,0编码生成业务模块。框架严格遵循MVVM的开发模式,并深得MVVM的精髓。对于新手,可以快速上手搭建项目;对于高手,可以把那些繁琐重复的工作交给框架生成,专心攻克需求难点。框架经过数十个真实项目检测,可以极大提高开发效率,降低开发成本。

  •    CSharp

WTM框架是针对中小规模后台管理系统的开发利器。基于DotNetCore,实现0编码创建项目,0编码生成业务模块。框架严格遵循MVVM的开发模式,并深得MVVM的精髓。对于新手,可以快速上手搭建项目;对于高手,可以把那些繁琐重复的工作交给框架生成,专心攻克需求难点。框架经过数十个真实项目检测,可以极大提高开发效率,降低开发成本。

PostHog - Product analytics, built for developers

  •    Python

PostHog provides open-source product analytics, built for developers. Automate the collection of every event on your website or app, with no need to send data to 3rd parties. It provides event-based analytics at a user level, capture your product's usage data to see which users are doing what in your application. It automatically capture clicks and pageviews to analyze what your users are doing without pushing events manually.

vecty - Vecty lets you build responsive and dynamic web frontends in Go using WebAssembly, competing with modern web frameworks like React & VueJS

  •    Go

Vecty lets you build responsive and dynamic web frontends in Go using WebAssembly, competing with modern web frameworks like React & VueJS. Vecty is currently considered to be an experimental work-in-progress. Prior to widespread production use, we must meet our v1.0.0 milestone goals, which are being completed slowly and steadily as contributors have time (Vecty is over 4 years in the making!).

esbuild - An extremely fast JavaScript bundler and minifier

  •    Go

The main goal of the esbuild bundler project is to bring about a new era of build tool performance, and create an easy-to-use modern bundler along the way. Check out the getting started instructions if you want to give esbuild a try.

rustpad - Efficient and minimal collaborative code editor, self-hosted, no database required

  •    Rust

Rustpad is an efficient and minimal open-source collaborative text editor based on the operational transformation algorithm. It lets users collaborate in real time while writing code in their browser. Rustpad is completely self-hosted and fits in a tiny Docker image, no database required. The server is written in Rust using the warp web server framework and the operational-transform library. We use wasm-bindgen to compile text operation logic to WebAssembly code, which runs in the browser. The frontend is written in TypeScript using React and interfaces with Monaco, the text editor that powers VS Code.

photonix - A modern, web-based photo management server

  •    Python

This is a photo management application based on web technologies. Run it on your home server and it will let you find what you want from your photo collection using any device. Smart filtering is made possible automatically by object recognition, location awareness, color analysis and other algorithms. This project is currently in development and not feature complete for a version 1.0 yet. If you don't mind putting up with broken parts or want to help out, run the Docker image and give it a go. I'd love for other contributors to get involved.






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