A custom alternative to ARKit
I've considered it. It will probably be still closed source in the near future, because it's my proudest accomplishment and I think it might have some potential... but the core text detection is open source, and I wrote an article on it. But, nothing in Find is really confidential or anything. If you want the code or whatever for parts of it, I'll gladly show you!
Firebase Quickstart Samples for Android
Not a good idea at all. I try to avoid Google as much as possible (as a result I'm very behind on Firebase knowledge... but whatever)
Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. The open-source backend cloud platform for developing Web, Mobile, and Flutter applications. You can set up your backend faster with real-time APIs for authentication, databases, file storage, cloud functions, and much more!
Drag-and-drop to find text. A work in progress.
Thanks for the idea! It shouldn't take long. I've already made QuickOCR, which is a spin-off of Find that's for Mac. Currently you just drag-and-drop images, and it outputs text. I'll work on it.
:octocat: PaperOnboarding is a material design UI slider. Swift UI library by @Ramotion
Sorry I'm so late, but thanks for the feedback! I was using this library for the intro, so I don't have much control over the customization. But, I'll migrate to a custom paging view soon.
GitHub - vebbis321/FireThel: A package to simplify your workflow with Firebase in Swift. Firestore and Realtime Database are supported at the moment.
1 project | /r/iOSProgramming | 9 Sep 2023
I have made the front end of my project open source using React, React Native, GraphQL and Material UI let me know any suggestions so that I may improve it further, I would also appreciate a star on the repo if you find it helpful!
1 project | /r/opensource | 16 Aug 2023
My work on a full fledge food delivery app is finally complete and I have made the front-end open source
1 project | /r/purple97123 | 31 Jul 2023
1 project | dev.to | 26 Jul 2023
I built a project that helps companies launch their food delivery app and made the front-end open source
1 project | /r/FreeCodeCamp | 12 Jul 2023