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react-server-example - A simple example of how to do server-side rendering with React (no compilation needed)

  •    Javascript

A simple (no compile) example of how to do server-side rendering with the React library so that component code can be shared between server and browser, as well as getting fast initial page loads and search-engine-friendly pages.A more complex example with shared routing and data fetching can be found at react-server-routing-example.

Vue Storefront - headless PWA for any eCommerce

  •    Javascript

Vue Storefront is a standalone PWA storefront for your eCommerce, possible to connect with any eCommerce backend (eg. Magento, Pimcore, Prestashop or Shopware) through the API. Vue Storefront is and always will be in the open source. Anyone can use and support the project, we want it to be a tool for the improvement of the shopping experience. The project is in the production ready phase.

ream - 🚀 Framework for building universal web app and static website in Vue.js (beta)

  •    Javascript

And that's it, run ream dev and have fun playing with your app at http://localhost:4000. ream © egoist, Released under the MIT License. Authored and maintained by egoist with help from contributors (list).

OkSocket - An blocking socket client for Android applications.

  •    Java

An blocking socket client for Android applications. The server is designed for beginners affiliated OkSocket library; beginners can install the project of the app to mobile phones, click the Connect button, the server is only familiar with communication methods and analytical way. The server does not support the heart back, not a commercial server. The server code in SocketServerDemo folder, please note that the reference was reading.




vue-wordpress-pwa - An offline-first SPA using Vue

  •    Javascript

This is the code for the FullStackWeekly website. You can use it as a starter pack for your WordPress site as well. Since WordPress can expose a REST API, this project uses Vue.js, Vue-router, Vuex, Vue-resource & Progressive Web App techniques to create an offline-first web client.

state-threads - Fork from http://sourceforge.net/projects/state-threads, patched for SRS.

  •    C

For SRS, ST is patched for ARM/VALGRIND, please checkout the ST srs branch. The State Threads library is a derivative of the Netscape Portable Runtime library (NSPR) and therefore is distributed under the Mozilla Public License (MPL) version 1.1 or the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2 or later.


react-server-routing-example - An example using universal client/server routing and data in React with AWS DynamoDB

  •    Javascript

A simple (no compile) example of how to do universal server/browser rendering, routing and data fetching with React and AWS DynamoDB for fast page loads, and search-engine-friendly progressively-enhanced pages.Also known as isomorphic, this approach shares as much browser and server code as possible and allows single-page apps to also render on the server. All React components, as well as router.js and db.js are shared (using browserify) and data fetching needs are declared statically on each component.

prep - Pre-renders your web app (React, Vue, Angular,

  •    Javascript

Pre-renders your web app into static HTML based on your specified routes enabling SEO for single page applications.NOTE: prep is now based on Chromeless. We'll shortly release an updated version.

vue-ssr-starter-kit - Vue 2

  •    Javascript

A Vue.js project with vue 2.0, vue-router and vuex starter kit for server side rendering.

prep - Pre-renders your web app (React, Vue, Angular,

  •    Javascript

Pre-renders your web app into static HTML based on your specified routes enabling SEO for single page applications. NOTE: prep is now based on Chromeless. We'll shortly release an updated version.

symfony-react-sandbox - Example of integration with React and Webpack (Webpack Encore) for universal (isomorphic) React rendering, using Limenius/ReactBundle and Limenius/LiformBundle

  •    Javascript

This sandbox provides an example of usage of ReactBundle with server and client-side React rendering (universal/isomorphical) and its integration with a fitting Webpack Encore setup. It also provides an example of the usage of LiformBundle to generate a json-schema from Symfony forms and a forms and validation in React from that schema. -Note: If you are new to React.js, please note that this sandbox or the bundle are not by any means required to use React with Symfony. This shocases how to do some advanced features such as Server Side Rendering, a better integration with forms, injecting components directly from Twig tags, that may be difficult.

Saturn - Opinionated, web development framework for F# which implements the server-side, functional MVC pattern

  •    F#

Saturn is a web development framework written in F# which implements the server-side MVC pattern. Many of its components and concepts will seem familiar to those of us with experience in other web frameworks like Ruby on Rails or Python’s Django. It's heavily inspired by Elixir's Phoenix.

isomorphic-relay - Adds server side rendering support to React Relay

  •    Javascript

Enables server-side rendering of React Relay containers. If you use react-router-relay you might also become interested in isomorphic-relay-router.

unpoly - Unobtrusive Javascript Framework for server-side applications

  •    CoffeeScript

Unpoly enables fast and flexible frontends with minimal changes to your server-side code. This repository is home to both the Unpoly JavaScript code and its (optional) bindings for Ruby on Rails (unpoly-rails gem).

node-connect-image-proxy - A Node.js Connect middleware for proxing (and manipulating) images.

  •    Javascript

This module allows you to manipulate and convert images on the fly.There is an example app in the examples folder that demonstrates the basic features.

express-fingerprint - Server-side fingerprinting

  •    Javascript

Passive fingerprinting is browser fingerprinting based on characteristics observable in the contents of Web requests, without the use of any code executing on the client side. Passive fingerprinting would trivially include cookies (often unique identifiers sent in HTTP requests) and the set of HTTP request headers and the IP address and other network-level information. The User-Agent string, for example, is an HTTP request header that typically identifies the browser, renderer, version and operating system. For some populations, the user agent string and IP address will commonly uniquely identify a particular user's browser.

elm-static-html-lib

  •    TypeScript

Generate static html by passing an optional json object to your Elm views. Library version of elm-static-html.





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