Spectrum Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to spectrum

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Posts with mentions or reviews of spectrum. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-02.
  • Junior devs, what's your general struggle right now? Let's get you some advice!
    reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-10-13
    I agree. If I were you I would pick a super popular one like Jenkins or CircleCI, follow a tutorial to set it up and build from there. There are also quite a lot of open source projects that uses these tools, you can look at what they do to learn as well, a good example is https://github.com/withspectrum/spectrum which is a quite big project so plenty to learn from them. If their config file or something else is too complex, you can always search Github for config files to see how others have done it. Maybe there is even a "jenkins starter" or something you could play around with? Otherwise I'd search for something like "jenkins [platform] cicd" and see what comes up. This was a top result for "jenkins node cicd" https://medium.com/@mosheezderman/how-to-set-up-ci-cd-pipeline-for-a-node-js-app-with-jenkins-c51581cc783c
  • Where can I find a professional react project?
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-10-02
    I really like https://github.com/withspectrum/spectrum
  • Does anyone know any good open source projects that can be used as a reference for best practices?
    reddit.com/r/graphql | 2021-09-10
  • Show HN: GraphCDN, the GraphQL CDN with edge caching and analytics
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-06-17
    Hey HN,

    When I built my last startup, Spectrum, we spent months building custom caching for our GraphQL API from scratch. It never worked well enough to alleviate our scaling troubles as we could only cache data for unauthenticated users since we had no invalidation. (since we open sourced it all before GitHub acquired us, you can even read through my terrible code[0])

    When Tim told me he had built a prototype of a CDN specifically for caching GraphQL query results with proper invalidation, my first thought was: "Finally!" Not only had he made it possible to cache POST requests (which GraphQL requests usually are), he had made it possible to purge cached query results per specific GraphQL object. For example, when a user edits their name the API can call a purgeUser(id: $ID) mutation and any cached query result that contains that user's data is invalidated.

    GraphCDN is based on Fastly [email protected] under the hood, which is really the main reason we were able to spin this up so quickly. Huge shoutout to the folks building that!

    We'll be around all day to answer any questions you have about GraphCDN — ask us anything!

    [0]: https://github.com/withspectrum/spectrum/blob/alpha/api/apol...

  • What are some up-to-date project tutorial with some of the cleanest and best code for TDD?
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-06-04
  • Sqwok.im adds support for markdown, bug fixes, ui enhancements, and more.
    another spectrum.chat ripoff? Beat it.
  • How GraphQL works in the real world, a deep dive into Spectrum chat
    dev.to | 2021-04-09
    With that, we have covered some ground in GraphQL and also seen some concepts in action using Spectrum. You can check out the code in the GitHub repo here and see the app in action over here. Quod AI is the smartest way to search and navigate. We turn git repositories into documentation that developers actually use. Do follow us on twitter @quod_ai for updates on our product and DEVs community content. Check our app at: beta.quod.ai.
  • Anybody know what happened to Cometx.io?
    they've chosen to become another discord clone, kinda similar to https://spectrum.chat
  • What are some great public ReactJS repos that demonstrate industry standard?
    reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-02-12


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withspectrum/spectrum is an open source project licensed under BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License which is an OSI approved license.

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