My Final Week Of Open Source at Seneca

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  • solr-node-client

    A solr client for node.js.

    I have learned an immense amount during OSD600 at Seneca. I got the chance to work on some amazing projects like jasmine, toad-scheduler where I got to fix a setInterval() bug, and solr-node-client. These projects have exposed me to professional development workflows and how development is done "in the real world" with tools like linting, automated testing, continuous integration. All things I was previously unaware of.

  • jasmine

    Simple JavaScript testing framework for browsers and node.js

    I have learned an immense amount during OSD600 at Seneca. I got the chance to work on some amazing projects like jasmine, toad-scheduler where I got to fix a setInterval() bug, and solr-node-client. These projects have exposed me to professional development workflows and how development is done "in the real world" with tools like linting, automated testing, continuous integration. All things I was previously unaware of.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

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