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gods - GoDS (Go Data Structures)


Implementation of various data structures and algorithms in Go.Containers are either ordered or unordered. All ordered containers provide stateful iterators and some of them allow enumerable functions.

mean - The MEAN stack uses Mongo, Express, Angular(4) and Node for simple and scalable fullstack js applications


MEAN started out as a combination of MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and Node.js. With MEAN2 we are providing the ability to mix and match additional frontend frameworks, databases and technologies. We aim to create a robust, flexible and scalable full-stack javascript solution.The default MEAN stack you get out of the box can work with either Angular or React and is built with the following technologies...

prometheus - A docker-compose stack for Prometheus monitoring


Before we get started installing the Prometheus stack. Ensure you install the latest version of docker and docker swarm on your Docker host machine. Docker Swarm is installed automatically when using Docker for Mac or Docker for Windows.Clone the project locally to your Docker host.




js-stack-from-scratch - 🛠️⚡ Step-by-step tutorial to build a modern JavaScript stack.


Welcome to my modern JavaScript stack tutorial: JavaScript Stack from Scratch. This is a straight-to-the-point guide to assembling a JavaScript stack. It requires some general programming knowledge, and JavaScript basics. It focuses on wiring tools together and giving you the simplest possible example for each tool. You can see this tutorial as a way to write your own boilerplate from scratch. Since the goal of this tutorial is to assemble various tools, I do not go into details about how these tools work individually. Refer to their documentation or find other tutorials if you want to acquire deeper knowledge in them.

Under-the-hood-ReactJS - Entire React code base explanation by visual block schemes (Stack+Fiber versions)


This repository contains an explanation of inner work of React. In fact, I was debugging through the entire code base and put all the logic on visual block-schemes, analyzed them, summarized and explained main concepts and approaches. I've already finished with Stack version and now I work with the next, Fiber version. Read in the best format from github-pages website.


svg-sprite - SVG sprites & stacks galore — A low-level Node


It comes with a set of Mustache templates for creating stylesheets in good ol' CSS or one of the major pre-processor formats (Sass, Less and Stylus). Tweaking the templates or even adding your own custom output format is really easy, just as switching on the generation of an HTML example document along with your sprite. For an up-to-date list of browsers supporting SVG in general respectively SVG fragment identifiers in particular (required for <defs> and <symbol> sprites as well as SVG stacks) please refer to caniuse.com.

socrates - Small (8kb), batteries-included redux store to reduce boilerplate and promote good habits


Small (8kb), batteries-included redux store to reduce boilerplate and promote good habits.The state management in Redux is verbose, but fantastic. Socrates aims to supplement Redux's state management to reduce keystokes and transparently combine a few confusing concepts together. Namely, combineReducer, FSA, redux-actions, and updeep.

potion - _why the lucky stiff's little language (the official repo... until _why returns)


Potion is an object- and mixin-oriented (traits) language. Just-in-time compilation to x86 and x86-64 machine code function pointers. This means she's a speedy one. Who integrates very well with C extensions.

factor - Factor programming language - GitHub mirror of official GIT repo


Factor is a concatenative, stack-based programming language with high-level features including dynamic types, extensible syntax, macros, and garbage collection. On a practical side, Factor has a full-featured library, supports many different platforms, and has been extensively documented. The implementation is fully compiled for performance, while still supporting interactive development. Factor applications are portable between all common platforms. Factor can deploy stand-alone applications on all platforms. Full source code for the Factor project is available under a BSD license.

gulp-svg-sprite - SVG sprites & stacks galore — Gulp plugin wrapping around svg-sprite that reads in a bunch of SVG files, optimizes them and creates SVG sprites and CSS resources in various flavours


This document covers only gulp specific installation and configuration aspects. For a full list of features and options, please see the svg-sprite manual. NOTICE: By default, svg-sprite doesn't send any files downstream unless you configure it. There are tons of options available — please see below for some basic examples. Also, you should possibly take care of errors that might occur.

taffybar - A gtk based status bar for tiling window managers such as XMonad


Taffybar is a gtk+3 (through gi-gtk) based desktop information bar, intended primarily for use with XMonad, though it can also function alongside other EWMH compliant window managers. It is similar in spirit to xmobar, but it differs in that it gives up some simplicity for a reasonable helping of eye candy. Taffybar has a number of non-haskell dependencies. It is recommended that you follow the installation instructions for haskell-gi before attempting to install taffybar.

mlens - ML-Ensemble – high performance ensemble learning


ML-Ensemble combines a Scikit-learn high-level API with a low-level computational graph framework to build memory efficient, maximally parallelized ensemble networks in as few lines of codes as possible. ML-Ensemble is thread safe as long as base learners are and can fall back on memory mapped multiprocessing for memory-neutral process-based concurrency. For tutorials and full documentation, visit the project website.

DataStructure


01. Stack 02. Queue 03. List 04. Hash Table 05. Binary Tree 06. Red Black Tree





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