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nodock - Docker Compose for Node projects with Node, MySQL, Redis, MongoDB, NGINX, Apache2, Memcached, Certbot and RabbitMQ images

  •    Shell

The docker Node.js image is very simple, you give it an entrypoint and it runs it. This is fine for very simple/small scripts but for larger projects you'll probably want something a bit more robust. The goal of NoDock is to provide a complete environment for your node project: Node.js service(s), databases, web servers, queues, etc. while doing the "wiring" for you.

Virtualgo - Easy and powerful workspace based development for go

  •    Go

Virtualgo (or vg for short) is a tool which provides workspace based development for Go. Virtualgo doesn't do dependency resolution or version pinning itself, because this is a hard problem that's already being solved by other tools. Its approach is to build on top of these tools, such as dep, to provide the features features listed above. For people coming from Python vg is very similar to virtualenv, with dep being respective to pip. The main difference is that vg is much easier to use than virtualenv, because there's almost no mental overhead in using vg.

leaflet.workspace - a quick and dirty workspace for you.

  •    Javascript

a drag and drop workspace for viewing geojson, topojson, and zipped shapefiles in leaflet

loopback-workspace - Manage a directory of LoopBack projects for a user, team, or organization

  •    Javascript

The loopback-workspace itself is a loopback component. The following will load the workspace in the current working directory (process.cwd()).To start the workspace in a specific directory, specify the WORKSPACE_DIR env variable.

i3-gnome-pomodoro - :tomato: Integrate gnome-pomodoro into i3

  •    Python

You can optionally disable certain workspaces during a pomodoro. They are still accessible when you pause a pomodoro. I run i3-gnome-pomodoro on Arch Linux with Python 3.6.4, but it should work with other Python 3 binaries as well.

my-testflow - Test automation standard engineering project template

  •    Python

Test automation standard engineering project template. More and more features to be added in future. 2. Run the example script after installation.

workspace-d - Wraps dcd, dfmt and dscanner to one unified environment managed by dub

  •    D

workspace-d wraps dcd, dfmt and dscanner to one unified environment managed by dub. It uses process pipes and json for communication.

pile - :zap: A simple & powerful app to organize your piled work at one place~

  •    Vue

Organize your piled work at one place. The way we get things done is often project-oriented. However, the files, applications, tasklists, etc. are scattered everywhere. Pile is a place for you to put them all together.

graphiql-workspace - A graphical interactive in-browser GraphQL IDE enhanced with tabbed navigation, HTTP headers, arbitrary endpoints, etc

  •    Javascript

After you cloned the project, do the npm install and then use ./scripts/build.sh or ./scripts/quickBuild.sh to build the project. In order to see it in action, you can use an example html page ./example/index.html.

react-workspace - A fusion between react-tabs and react-split-pane.

  •    Javascript

A component with a resizable and splittable workspace. A panel with draggable tabs.

dotfiles - How to use i3 window manager on the top of KDE Plasma and other dotfiles, configurations, scripts, workarounds and practises from my debian machines

  •    Javascript

Each folder is named after a package and contains every configuration file used by that application. Besides some noted exceptions, the files inside the folders are relative to home (e.g. the file vim/.vimrc goes to ~/.vimrc). Every section here explains which settings and (if any) workarounds/fixes are used to obtain the described result.

vim-workspace - IDE-like Vim tabline

  •    Vim

If you are an experienced Vim user, you might got tired of bn/bp/ls/Ctrl-^. If you are new to the Vim world, then welcome, and start by learning Vim's notions of buffers, windows and tabpages. VimWorkspace brings the IDE-like tabs into Vim, for easy navigation, and a nice, customizable look. It takes your buffers and tabs, and shows them combined in the tabline. With this you always have your list of buffers visible, at the same time not losing visibility into tabs. Moreover, VimWorkspace provides handy commands to boost navigation as well as a list of options to customize how the tabline appears.

bazel-mode - Basic Bazel support for Emacs

  •    Emacs

For now this mode gives you python syntax highlighting for WORKSPACE, BUILD.bazel and .bzl files. Formatting is supported by running buildifier. Buildifier needs Go to compile and install. Follow the directions in [1] or install by running the following command.

WatBot - An Android ChatBot powered by IBM Watson Services (Assistant, Text-to-Speech, and Speech-to-Text with Speaker Recognition) on IBM Cloud

  •    Java

WatBot is an IBM Watson powered ChatBot running on Android and using Watson Assistant service on IBM Cloud (an open standards, cloud platform for building, running, and managing apps and services). Check this blog post for step-by-step instructions and also to see it in action.

dotfiles - ♥ emacs, xmonad, nixos, bash, vim, git, ...

  •    Emacs

This repository contains configuration files for my workflow. I use GNU stow to install/manage symlinks of my dotfiles.

chatbot-watson-android - An Android ChatBot powered by Watson Services - Assistant, Speech-to-Text and Text-to-Speech on IBM Cloud

  •    Java

Learn how easy it is to build an IBM Watson powered ChatBot running on Android and using Watson Assistant (formerly Conversation),Text-to-Speech, Speech-to-Text Services on IBM Cloud (an open standards, cloud platform for building, running, and managing apps and services). The tutorial walks you through the process of defining intents and entities and building a dialog flow for your chatbot to respond to customer queries. You will learn how to enable Speech to Text and Text to Speech services for easy interaction with the Android app.

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