Build blazing fast, modern apps and websites with ReactProject mention: Gatsby 4 Beta available now! Featuring Deferred Static Generation, Server-Side Rendering & Parallel Query Running | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-09-16
Can we please get a RSS feed for the blog: https://github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby/discussions/27634
The Intuitive Vue FrameworkProject mention: What is the best/cheapest CMS to develop in? | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-09-19
For your own website Creation you could look into static site generators like nuxt or Hugo and host on github pages.
🎨 Classic MS Paint, ＲＥＶＩＶＥＤ + ✨Extras
Open Source Continuous Integration & Deployment ServerProject mention: Easy to use Dockerfile for your next Node.js Project | dev.to | 2021-02-03
Docker has made our lives as developers easier. With just a few commands, we can start all kinds of programs and services without having to deal with the tedious installation of dependencies. Countless Docker images are freely available on Docker Hub. Whether you want to start your own open-source continuous integration & deployment server, such as Strider, or your own NPM registry with https://verdaccio.org/, the possibilities are endless.
Online Mindmapping Software
The frontend, backend, and content source code for web.devProject mention: Why is the browser mainthread so busy at this point? | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-09-23
its basically a lot of work on yourself scouring web.dev / webpagetest livestreams and just testing / working it out yourself. That's how I improved a lot of my own site speed but as you can see I'm also stucksometime haha :D
An open-source, self-hosted, low-code framework to build internal tools, web apps, admin panels, BI dashboards, workflows, and CRUD apps with YAML or JSON.Project mention: Building apps in minutes, not months | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-17
Check out https://github.com/lowdefy/lowdefy which is open-source.
We created Lowdefy (co-founder here) to built web apps fast and it is really working well for us and our customers. We’ve already rolled out a few enterprise level apps in record time and the platform really scales well as apps evolve and get really complicated. Even developing apps as a team is a breeze since you are working with yaml / json which is easy to code review, copy, paste, find and replace.
Run Linux Software Faster and Safer than Linux with Unikernels.
Simple yet powerful absence management software for small and medium size business (community edition)
The Annoying Site a.k.a. "The Power of the Web Platform"Project mention: Be careful when clicking on some of these links despite what the creator says that this site only does ''pop-ups''' is a complete LIE. This site gave me adware, took total control of my pc and tried to change all my passwords and change my Microsoft account, thankfully i force shut-down my computer | reddit.com/r/WeirdWebsites | 2021-07-29
A WebGL viewer for UMAP or TSNE-clustered imagesProject mention: Over 700k paintings from the Rijksmuseum online copyright free | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-01-30
Density based clustering with high dimensional data will tend to struggle. This is because, in high enough dimensions, you need a lot of samples to see any density. Also distances start to look very similar (from the curse of dimensionality). To get any traction on such things you need some form of dimension reduction. For something like this non-linear techniques are going to be better. If you want a pipeline of standard parts then something like:
Pretrained-CNN --> UMAP --> HDBSCAN
can turn out relatively reasonable results, especially if the UMAP you use for the clustering is to more than 2 or 3 dimensions (often 5 to 20 is good, depending on the data). You can, of course, still use a 2D UMAP to visualize the results. If you want such a pipeline packaged up then consider the PixPlot package, designed for exactly this use case, from the Yale Digital Humanities Lab: https://github.com/YaleDHLab/pix-plot
* Disclaimer: I am highly biased, as an author of both HDBSCAN and UMAP implementations.
🏆 QuizApp is a free and open-source quiz application that lets you play fully customized quizzes right in the browser. (by SafdarJamal)Project mention: Check out the QuizApp | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-04-16
I just found this quiz app on GitHub that I think is a good project for React beginners to look at. It has a nice UI/UX and the source code looks good too.
1kb progressive state management library inspired by Vuex.
hey i do have plans to expand, but the thing is i dont understand political standings in other countries, so if someone likes to help, id love to do it. and if you want the source code, Repo : https://github.com/dulajkavinda/sided.news-app
Apply sound changes automatically to a set of words. (by TriMill)Project mention: TriSCA - a new web-based sound change applier | reddit.com/r/conlangs | 2021-03-09
A few days ago I started work on an online sound change applier, similar to Mark Rosenfelder's SCA2. The syntax is slightly different, which allows you to write some rules more compactly or clearly, but it is feature-rich enough to be a full replacement for SCA2. Thorough documentation is available by pressing the "Help" button, and all the code is open-source and is available on GitHub under the GNU GPLv3 license. I will add more features as people request them or as I get new ideas.
App Link:- https://arwazkhan189.github.io/Weather-app/ Code Link:- https://github.com/arwazkhan189/Weather-app OpenWeather API Link:- https://openweathermap.org/
The Abstraction and Reasoning Corpus made into a web gameProject mention: I made a web-game based on the ARC dataset from "The Measure of Intelligence" paper | reddit.com/r/psychometrics | 2021-09-07
I made a web-game named "The ARC Game" that aims to provide easy to use UI for ARC dataset from "The Measure of Intelligence" paper by François Chollet. The game consist of 800 tasks split into several groups by its difficulty. Each level consist of several grid pairs describing transitions from input to output grids. The aim of the player is to find some logic behind it and apply it to test grids. The game stores progress locally within your browser. It made mostly for kids, but anyone can play it nevertheless. I think that game like this might be a useful tool for improving and measuring children's abstraction and reasoning skills. Link: https://github.com/volotat/ARC-Game
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