An open source flashcard studying system

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  • scholarsome

    Web-based interactive flashcard learning software

    Documentation for installation can be found in the project's read me, along with planned future features: https://github.com/hwgilbert16/scholarsome

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • react-quizlet-flashcard

    A simple quizlet-like flashcard component written with TypeScript

  • eweser-db

    A user-owned database. Just for ewe 🐑

    Good question! I might be oversimplying there. It's a distributed database. Have you heard of CRDTs? You could say that the browser indexedDB is the primary database and the chat app is more of a sync/propagation layer. Here the project if you'd like to dig I'm. Would love constructive feedback. https://github.com/eweser/eweser-db

  • Study-Decks

    A Web App where you can build and study flashcard decks - and have all the data saved on your local device!

    hey there with my online learning journey with The Odin Project I ended up creating an ugly version of Quizlet. Here's the Github and Live Site. Pretty much just used it to teach myself how to use Libraries / Web APIS local WebStorage and just get the practice how to build out basic CRUD / Flashcard studying functionality.

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