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Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
SSGs through the ages: The ‘After Jekyll’ era
8 projects | dev.to | 11 Feb 2022
Soon after, Chris Epstein, the creator of Compass and co-creator of Sass, forked Brandon’s repository and asked for some help with the design. Being a big fan of Chris’s, Brandon jumped on the opportunity straight away. He pulled out the content, made the theme more generic, and named his creation Octopress.
How to use scss in drupal theme?
2 projects | /r/drupal | 19 Nov 2021
I use a CLI tool to compile it as changes are made. I use http://compass-style.org/
2090 projects | dev.to | 26 Feb 2021
Compass/compass - Compass is a Stylesheet Authoring Environment that makes your website design simpler to implement and easier to maintain.
Stay Ahead of the Game Must Have Front-End Boilerplates and Starter Kits for Every Developer
5 projects | dev.to | 6 Sep 2023
Well, I've never attended a Hackerthon before and have no prior knowledge of what it looks like. But I happen to come across a guide that we'll help me start up when the time comes. The Hackerthon starter will help you set up a NodeJS application and will help you focus on what is really important. This starter also provides you with a boilerplate that features local authentication with email and password, authentication via Twitter, Facebook, Google, GitHub, LinkedIn, and Instagram, flash notifications, MVC project structure, account management, API examples, and much more to help you get started.
Would WordPress have been a better tool for building my site?
4 projects | /r/Wordpress | 3 Jul 2023
No Job After Graduation
5 projects | /r/csMajors | 24 May 2023
100+ Must Know Github Repositories For Any Programmer
82 projects | dev.to | 17 Nov 2022
3. Node.js Hackathon Starter
Is there a good template for Nodejs?
3 projects | /r/node | 3 Nov 2022
heres a good one i use a lot these days https://github.com/sahat/hackathon-starter
what are the criteria to choose a language/framework
2 projects | /r/webdev | 28 Aug 2022
When building a web app from scratch, I recommend you build on top of a hackathon starter like https://github.com/sahat/hackathon-starter or maybe https://github.com/microsoft/TypeScript-Node-Starter if you want to use TypeScript, but for your purposes I believe you don't need TypeScript. The starter includes all the dependencies you need and you can pretty easily host it on something like Heroku or AWS.
Is my authentication implementation bad?
2 projects | /r/nextjs | 12 Apr 2022
For the cookies I used vercel’s own nextjs-with-passport example repo, just replaced the in-memory mock “db” to the mongoose implementation from sahat’s node js starter, so I think that these are safely handled.
[AskJS] How should I build a REST API node.js in 2022?
Hey, so I’d try this starter or this TypeScript version.
14+ Best Node js Open Source Projects
17 projects | dev.to | 10 Mar 2022
Web-site: – Github page: https://github.com/sahat/hackathon-starter Demo: https://hackathon-starter.walcony.com/ License: MIT Github stars: 30.3k Contribution guideline: No This is a boilerplate for Node.js web applications. The project is as generic and reusable as possible to cover most use cases of node.js web apps, without being too specific. You can even use this as a learning guide for your projects, if, let’s say, you’re only interested in Sign in with Google authentication and nothing else. It was built using a simple bootstrap theme and has dozens of API examples, including Instagram, Facebook etc.
Building production-grade web backends?
4 projects | /r/node | 28 Nov 2021
A) This is a great starter with auth, and a bunch of api examples. I started my project with this, and it’s been great, but I recently found out that there’s also a TS version by Microsoft of the same starter. I think that it’s opinionated enough for someone new to this ecosystem. (Ps: I think you’re better off switching the templating language from pug to ejs. It’s pretty php-like)
What are some alternatives?
Sass - Sass makes CSS fun!
Bourbon - A Lightweight Sass Tool Set
Autoprefixer - Autoprefixer for Ruby and Ruby on Rails
Emoji - A gem. For Emoji. For everyone. ❤
Gutenberg - Modern framework to print the web correctly.
stretchy - Form element autosizing, the way it should be
hugo-tufte - Content centric Hugo blogging theme styled with Tufte-css
Less - Leaner CSS, in your browser or Ruby (via less.js).
Less Rails - :-1: :train: Less.js For Rails
humane-js - A simple, modern, browser notification system