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Top 23 Atom Open-Source Projects

  • GitHub repo Atom

    :atom: The hackable text editor

    Project mention: How to add a mod to mac | reddit.com/r/vivaldibrowser | 2021-05-09

    PS²: If MacOS's default notepad app doesn't allow for creating .js files, you can use Visual Studio Code or Atom.

  • GitHub repo dracula-theme

    🧛🏻‍♂️ Dark theme for all the things!

    Project mention: Making money from open source | dev.to | 2021-03-03

    The Dracula UI theme was created by Zeno Rocha as an opensource project when he was sick in hospital in 2013. It became a popular theme over the years. In late 2019, he decided to try to find a way to monetize the project when he saw how high the traffic to the draculatheme website was.

  • GitHub repo themer

    🎨 themer takes a set of colors and generates themes for your apps (editors, terminals, wallpapers, and more).

    Project mention: Themer - Generates themes for your development environment and wallpapers | reddit.com/r/website | 2021-05-07
  • GitHub repo markdown-preview-enhanced

    One of the 'BEST' markdown preview extensions for Atom editor!

    Project mention: Show HN: Dendron – Super Fast Open Source Note-Taking in VSCode | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-03-17

    I tried out Dendron a few months ago for personal note-taking, technical docs, and organizing tasks. I was excited at first, but overall the cons outweighed the pros for me.

    Pros/exciting things:

    1) There's a simplicity in using VS Code for writing notes and docs if (and probably only if) you already spend your day in VS Code, like I do.

    2) The Markdown Preview Enhanced VS Code extension (which is a dependency of Dendron) is super cool for having so many "batteries" included. For example, check out all the diagram types it supports: https://shd101wyy.github.io/markdown-preview-enhanced/#/diag... . I still use it, separately from Dendron.

    3) Storing my data as plain text on disk (backed up by GitHub or Dropbox) has nice properties compared to how SaaS apps do it (e.g. if you use Notion, say, your data materializes out of "the cloud" when you launch the app, and otherwise has no tangible existence). When my data is plain text on my local disk, I own it; I know I can export it, I can run whatever editor or program on it; I can access past versions (via git or Dropbox); I don't have to worry about it being corrupted, or accidentally deleting some of it, or not being able to access it because of server issues, or not being able to export it, or being offline, and so on.

    4) The Dendron docs ("wiki") site is created using Dendron. It's a cool thought that I could create a nice website of documentation or notes without leaving VS Code.

    Cons:

    1) Can't access my notes from mobile.

    2) Major warts in navigating between notes. Each note has a tab for editing it and a tab for viewing/previewing it. Opening a note behaves differently depending on which tab is focused. Clicking links to go from one note to another doesn't work very well.

    3) Poor full-text search (just VS Code's code search).

    4) You can't specify an order for notes, only unordered hierarchy, and you can't easily view multiple notes at once, which means keeping lots of short notes, or using different notes for different sections of a document, doesn't really work. There's a tension in any note-taking tool between short notes and long notes. Should notes be as short as possible? Or stretch into long documents? The ideal tool IMO would blur the difference between an ordered hierarchy of sections within a document and an ordered hierarchy of notes within some grouping. Dendron makes it seem like it is for keeping thousands of small notes, but the ways in which you can view, organize, and navigate between notes (lack of good "browse," search, links, lists, seeing multiple notes, next/previous note, and so on) are so limited that it makes more sense to write long documents. In which case, all you really need is Markdown Preview Enhanced and the file system.

  • GitHub repo Miniflux

    Minimalist and opinionated feed reader

    Project mention: RSS feed mit gesamten Artikel der Tagesschau | reddit.com/r/de | 2021-05-16
  • GitHub repo teletype

    Share your workspace with team members and collaborate on code in real time in Atom

    Project mention: Looking for pair programming coding challenges | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-04-26

    Teletype for Atom might be what you're looking for. Also, haven't used yet, but a quick Google search shows me something like this also exists.

  • GitHub repo gofeed

    Parse RSS, Atom and JSON feeds in Go

    Project mention: Automatice el README para su perfil de GitHub con Go y GitHub Actions | dev.to | 2021-04-25
  • GitHub repo atom-vim-mode-plus

    vim-mode improved

    Project mention: Julia workflow for vim users | reddit.com/r/Julia | 2021-04-17

    I can share two of my vim-user solutions with you. First one is a Atom based and is a bit more convinient if you have to do some plotting. I have vim-mode-plus plugin for vim-like navigation in the code, atom ex-mode plugin for ex commands within atom and a top of that I use Hydrogen for in place code execution.

  • GitHub repo simplepie

    A simple Atom/RSS parsing library for PHP.

    Project mention: New I2P site to view clearnet RSS feeds from the comfort of I2P. Details within. | reddit.com/r/i2p | 2021-01-01

    It's based off of https://github.com/simplepie/simplepie and it's hosted on a VPS.

  • GitHub repo merlin

    Context sensitive completion for OCaml in Vim and Emacs

    Project mention: Dot completion | reddit.com/r/ocaml | 2021-05-07

    However, after posting this question I stumbled upon this Github issue where they say it isn't supposed to work out of the box and you're supposed to bind a key to it by editing your .emacs file. Turns out the default .emacs file binds auto-complete to "backtab" which means Shift+Tab but that didn't work. I did eventually discover that I can get some kind of completion by binding backtab to completion-at-point like this:

  • GitHub repo Magic Python

    Cutting edge Python syntax highlighter for Sublime Text, Atom and Visual Studio Code. Used by GitHub to highlight your Python code!

  • GitHub repo file-icons

    Atom file-specific icons for improved visual grepping.

    Project mention: Titanium News #2 | dev.to | 2021-03-25

    For all the Atom users: check out the file-icons package. I've added colors to the TSS files so your file tree looks nicer 😉

  • GitHub repo FeedKit

    An RSS, Atom and JSON Feed parser written in Swift

  • GitHub repo seti-ui

    A subtle dark colored UI theme for Atom.

    Project mention: CSS Deep | dev.to | 2021-02-26

    jesseweed/seti-ui - A subtle dark colored UI theme for Atom.

  • GitHub repo KotlinLanguageServer

    Intelligent Kotlin support for any editor/IDE using the Language Server Protocol

    Project mention: Add lsp's to neovim, guides or tips? | reddit.com/r/neovim | 2021-05-11

    The kotlin language server that I am running specifies either running it directly or in a docker container: https://github.com/fwcd/kotlin-language-server/releases/tag/1.1.1

  • GitHub repo Cypht

    Cypht: Lightweight Open Source webmail written in PHP and JavaScript

    Project mention: Webmail that has 'unread first' sorting? | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2021-02-27

    https://cypht.org is awesome and iirc have that functionality!

  • GitHub repo jekyll-feed

    :memo: A Jekyll plugin to generate an Atom (RSS-like) feed of your Jekyll posts

    Project mention: XSLT How Do I Handle XML Escape Characters? | reddit.com/r/xml | 2021-02-02

    I was afraid of that. I was starting to think that how my Atom feed is created is not properly formed XML. I'm using this to build the feed, https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll-feed/blob/master/lib/jekyll-feed/feed.xml. See line number 66 for the content I'm talking about ({{ post.content | strip | xml_escape }}). Maybe I just can't do what I'm trying to accomplish using only XSLT. I just wanted to have the option for the user of having the summary or the full on content with HTML markup and all. BTW, the file I referenced is written with Liquid Template Language.

  • GitHub repo feed

    A RSS, Atom and JSON Feed generator for Node.js, making content syndication simple and intuitive! 🚀 (by jpmonette)

    Project mention: Adding RSS feed to my Nuxt & Storyblok blog | dev.to | 2021-02-09

    This module is based on feed package. You can check it out for modifying the feed object passed to the create method.

  • GitHub repo atom-languageclient

    Language Server Protocol support for Atom (the basis of Atom-IDE)

    Project mention: Improve your IDE | dev.to | 2021-01-23

    Atom: plugin

  • GitHub repo Sismics Reader

    Free and open source feeds reader, including all major Google Reader features (by sismics)

  • GitHub repo atom

    A DSL for embedded hard realtime applications. (by tomahawkins)

  • GitHub repo gorss

    Go Terminal Feed Reader (by Lallassu)

    Project mention: I Still Use RSS | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-03

    I use RSS daily, and actually wrote my own RSS client for the terminal recently. (https://github.com/lallassu/gorss)

    I used Feedly before, but since I'm usually using the computer then the terminal is good enough for me :)

  • GitHub repo atom-portable

    Portable version of the Atom text editor

    Project mention: How to run ide/compiler off external ssd | reddit.com/r/learnpython | 2021-04-28
NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2021-05-16.

Index

What are some of the best open-source Atom projects? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 Atom 55,056
2 dracula-theme 15,588
3 themer 4,165
4 markdown-preview-enhanced 3,216
5 Miniflux 2,844
6 teletype 2,302
7 gofeed 1,621
8 atom-vim-mode-plus 1,399
9 simplepie 1,395
10 merlin 1,310
11 Magic Python 1,247
12 file-icons 1,114
13 FeedKit 907
14 seti-ui 863
15 KotlinLanguageServer 690
16 Cypht 646
17 jekyll-feed 643
18 feed 559
19 atom-languageclient 385
20 Sismics Reader 347
21 atom 239
22 gorss 196
23 atom-portable 188