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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.
A common question about how to find repositories to contribute to
7 projects | /r/golang | 3 Jun 2023
Github has millions of projects, some large fraction with more than 100 stars, so it doesn't seem like you are searching very hard. But more importantly, why "100 stars"? Stars are meaningless and arbitrary. Many developers use stars like bookmarks. I just did a quick search and noticed a project like realworld (just a demo for learning, 65 contributors) has have more stars than Bitcoin (900+ developers, perhaps you have heard of it?)
What are some fun and interesting projects that can be developed using Spring Boot?
2 projects | /r/SpringBoot | 23 May 2023
Yet another RealWorld implementation - Go kit, PlanetScale, sqlx, chi
3 projects | /r/golang | 30 Apr 2023
On the Compose HTML rebranding (TL;DR - everything is fine!)
8 projects | /r/Kotlin | 15 Apr 2023
Here’s a roster of implementations for the same basic app https://github.com/gothinkster/realworld in a variety of frameworks. While you’re at it, it might be worthwhile showcasing Kobweb. There are a couple of entries for Kotlin.
2 projects | /r/brdev | 15 Feb 2023
There is a Github repo that recreated the same project with different web frameworks, amazing for learning. Does anybody know it?
2 projects | /r/webdev | 10 Feb 2023
I know Java well enough to solve LC problems, experience with JUnit and JavaFX. Can you recommend something that would help me learn about Spring Boot in building "full stack web apps with APIs".
4 projects | /r/SpringBoot | 21 Dec 2022
Finally, once you finish most of these tutorials, I recommend you taking a look at gothinkster/realworld, specifically taking a look at React + Redux for the frontend and Spring Boot + Spring Data JPA.
10 Interesting GitHub Repos Worth Checking Out
9 projects | dev.to | 16 Dec 2022
Backend development ideas that go beyond CRUD
2 projects | /r/Backend | 14 Dec 2022
7GUIs of Java/Object Oriented Design?
4 projects | /r/java | 19 Nov 2022
Imperative - 1.5kb React alternative using Generators
3 projects | /r/programming | 23 May 2023
The standard benchmark for js frameworks would be best: https://github.com/krausest/js-framework-benchmark
VanJS 0.11.10 Released: the world's smallest reactive UI framework just got 14 bytes smaller
Is this benchmark on Blazor correct?
3 projects | /r/Blazor | 7 Apr 2023
I ran it locally and measured 70MB. I filed a bug for clarification: https://github.com/krausest/js-framework-benchmark/issues/12313 projects | /r/Blazor | 7 Apr 2023
How does Blazor work in WebAssembly with respect to the GC/Runtime?
2 projects | /r/csharp | 29 Mar 2023
As far as performance between interpreted and AOT, Krausest’s JS benchmark project installs the wasm-tools workload for both, which will do runtime relinking whenever the project is compiled with the Release configuration. From what it looks like on the network traffic side of it, the IIS config they’ve got does not seem to include rewrite rules to serve the Brotli or gzip files and is pulling the uncompressed files at startup instead. I rarely use IIS and instead use Kestrel (Usually in a container that gets proxied from a nginx server) or nginx, so I could be wrong about that.2 projects | /r/csharp | 29 Mar 2023
How to explain that vue.js isn't bloated?
2 projects | /r/vuejs | 16 Mar 2023
Anyway you can counter with: https://krausest.github.io/js-framework-benchmark/ Vue is way ahead angular here.
C# Wasm Benchmark .NET 7
3 projects | /r/csharp | 11 Mar 2023
Right here man, https://github.com/krausest/js-framework-benchmark Results are not good for Blazor. Rust WASM frameworks are about on par with the JS ones now a days.
Using the Rust language to develop the front end of the web
2 projects | /r/rust | 6 Mar 2023
All libraries use procedural macros to create a JSX like syntax. In Yew and Leptos it’s more HTML-like while for dioxus and Sycamore it’s a bit more Rust-like. I think Dioxus, Sycamore and Leptos are all about as fast as Vue (or faster) according to that Frontend framework benchmark (Yew is comparable to React). Dioxus v0.3 results aren’t there yet but are a huge improvement: https://dioxuslabs.com/blog/release-030/
What does React do better than Vue innately (excluding things like ecosystem)?
2 projects | /r/reactjs | 5 Feb 2023
What are some alternatives?
fastapi-realworld-example-app - Backend logic implementation for https://github.com/gothinkster/realworld with awesome FastAPI
sycamore - A library for creating reactive web apps in Rust and WebAssembly
mikado - Mikado is the webs fastest template library for building user interfaces.
spicedb - Open Source, Google Zanzibar-inspired fine-grained permissions database
jhipster-sample-app - This is a sample application created with JHipster
yew - Rust / Wasm framework for building client web apps
fingerprintjs - Browser fingerprinting library. Compared to Fingerprint Pro has limited accuracy (40 - 60%), but is fully open source.
nestjs-realworld-example-app - Exemplary real world backend API built with NestJS + TypeORM / Prisma
imba - 🐤 The friendly full-stack language
htmx-demo - Very simple demonstration of the use of htmx with Spring Boot and Thymeleaf.