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jspaint - 🎨 Classic MS Paint, REVIVED + ✨Extras

  •    Javascript

The goal is to remake MS Paint (including its little-known features), improve on it, and to extend the types of images it can edit. So far, it does this pretty well.Ah yes, good old paint. Not the one with the ribbons or the new skeuomorphic one with the interface that can take up nearly half the screen. And sorry, not the even newer Paint 3D.

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).

strider - Open Source Continuous Integration & Deployment Server

  •    Javascript

Strider is an Open Source Continuous Deployment / Continuous Integration platform. It is written in Node.JS / JavaScript and uses MongoDB as a backing store. It is published under the BSD license. Note: Installing on OS X might require XCode to be installed.




hackerweb - A simply readable Hacker News web app

  •    CSS

This project started as one of my silly mini-projects. I create this initially to try out iOS 5+ Mobile Safari's new -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch CSS support. I need some sort of content for scrolling, so why not Hacker News' stories? I'm also trying something called Fake it 'til you make it which I make the web app looks (and feels) like a native mobile app. In this case, like a native iOS app. If the web app is loaded on non-iOS devices, it'll switch to the 'web' theme which is like a generic theme for other browsers and platforms. Also read my introductory post, Introducing HackerWeb.

kotlin-fullstack-sample - Kotlin Full-stack Application Example

  •    Kotlin

Thinkter is an example of a full-stack Web application built with Kotlin. The backend runs on the JVM, and the browser front-end uses React. The example implements a very simple microblogging application. The backend of Thinkter is built using Ktor, a Web framework built by the Kotlin team. For data persistence, it uses H2, allowing you to run the example without the need to configure an external SQL server. The HTTP server implementation is provided by Jetty.

hawtio - A modular web console for managing your Java stuff

  •    Javascript

hawtio is a lightweight and modular HTML5 web console with lots of plugins for managing your Java stuff. It provides web console for Active MQ, Elastic search, Apache Camel, Apache CXF, Git, Fuse Fabric, Infinispan, Jetty, JMX, Quartz, Tomcat, Wiki, JVM, Junit and lot more. You can dynamically extend hawtio with your own plugins or automatically discover plugins inside the JVM.

react-babel-webpack-boilerplate - a boilerplate for React-Babel-Webpack project

  •    Javascript

This repo is a boilerplate for React-Babel-Webpack project. You could use it as a base to build your own web app. First, clone the repo.


intercooler-js - Making AJAX as easy as anchor tags

  •    HTML

Intercooler is a small (6.74KB gzipped) jQuery or zepto.js based library that allows you to add AJAX to your application using HTML attributes. These features allow you to build modern web applications with little fuss, using a simple and intuitive REST-ful architecture that ensures good performance, excellent user experience and a minimum of complexity.

insect - High precision scientific calculator with support for physical units

  •    PureScript

A high precision scientific calculator with full support for physical units. Operators: addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*, ·, ×), division (/, ÷, per), exponentiation (^, **). Full list: see Reference below.

Android-AdvancedWebView - Enhanced WebView component for Android that works as intended out of the box

  •    Java

Note: If you're using the Fragment class from the support library (android.support.v4.app.Fragment), please refer to the next section (see below) instead of this one.

phpmyadmin - A web interface for MySQL and MariaDB

  •    PHP

A web interface for MySQL and MariaDB. You can get the newest release at https://www.phpmyadmin.net/.

GDevelop - :video_game: GDevelop is an open source HTML5 and native game creator requiring no coding skills

  •    C++

GDevelop is a full featured, open source game development software, allowing to create HTML5 and native games without any knowledge in a specific programming language. All the game logic is made thanks to an intuitive and powerful event based system. A pre-generated documentation of the Core library, C++ and JS game engines is available here.

electrode - Electrode Platform for building large scale Universal React Applications

  •    Javascript

Built at @WalmartLabs powering the http://www.walmart.com eCommerce site, Electrode is a platform for building small to large scale universal ReactJS/NodeJS web applications with a standardized structure, best practices, and modern technologies baked in. Electrode focuses on performance, component reusability, and simple deployment to multiple cloud providers—so you can focus on what makes your app unique. See the Full README.md in docs or visit our gitbook documents.

ginatra - A web frontend for Git repositories

  •    Ruby

Ginatra is a simple web-based git repository browser built on Ruby Sinatra. There are 2 ways to install Ginatra: as a packaged Ruby gem or as a Sinatra app. It's recommended to install it as a ruby gem, unless you know what you're doing.

awesome-no-login-web-apps - 🚀 Awesome (free) web apps that work without login

  •    Shell

Curated list of awesome web apps that work without requesting you to create an account. To save the world from creating user accounts and installing software applications for every damn thing.





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