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vuerecipe - A recipe for using Buffalo & Vue.js

  •    Go

Thank you for choosing Buffalo for your web development needs. The first thing you need to do is open up the "database.yml" file and edit it to use the correct usernames, passwords, hosts, etc... that are appropriate for your environment.

hot-reload - Hot reload development for Go and Vue.js on OS X

  •    Go

Note: Please be aware, that the statements and utilities provided are very opinionated and that you should have some basic understanding on how to use webpack. Our current development pipeline usually involves a number of different go services and a single page application front-end written with vue.js. Using docker for deployment we are able to setup and test projects very quickly and manage a rather large number of services in production with a small number of developers.

scratch - This is a basic setup for the applications programmed by the department of clinical research basel

  •    Go

This is a template for projects using Go for the backend and Vue.js for the frontend. All golang packages should be vendored in the src/backend/vendor folder. Govendor (github.com/kardianos/govendor) should be used to vendor all go package dependencies until an official vendoring solution is available.

trimetric - Realtime visualization of Portland's transit system

  •    Go

Trimetric is a realtime visualization of the Trimet transit system in Portland, OR, using the GTFS feeds provided for developers by Trimet. It downloads the static GTFS feeds periodically and ingests them into the local Postgres database, for querying later using PostGIS. Realtime GTFS data, such as vehicle position and trip updates, are polled and produced into Kafka, where it is consumed by other workers.

tkframework - react + relay + redux + saga + graphql + webpack

  •    Objective-C

In development mode, the code is automatically transpiled by Babel and hot-loaded to the browser by react-hot-loader plugin utilizing Webpack's HMR feature. With HMR, the changes made to the source files are reflected automatically on the browser without page reload. Page reload resets application state whereas hot reload preserves the state and only updates the changed part of the application. For further information on HMR, see Webpack’s HMR & React-Hot-Loader — The Missing Manual. Both server, web, mobile source code are written in Babel, and sharing some common frameworks.

webpack - Serve webpack assets properly from golang frameworks

  •    Go

This module allows proper integration with webpack, with support for proper assets reloading in development and asset hashes for production caching. Use webpack.config.js (and package.json) from this repo or create your own.

quickshare - Quickshare is a succinct file sharing server.

  •    Go

Visit Release Page to get Linux | Mac | Windows distribution(s). 2 steps are needed to start a quickshare: unzip it and start it.