Top 19 Scale Open-Source Projects
TiDB is an open source distributed HTAP database compatible with the MySQL protocolProject mention: TiGraph: 8,700x Computing Performance Achieved by Combining Graphs + the RDBMS Syntax | dev.to | 2021-04-05
The three hackers on the TiGraph team are all top developers in the TiDB community:
Native GraphQL Database with graph backendProject mention: Need help in choosing a database - Postgres or BadgerDB | reddit.com/r/Database | 2021-05-08
Dgraph is a highly scalable hyper fast graph database that is distributed, and is built on top of Badger. For consensus, it Raft protocol. (Git repo https://github.com/dgraph-io/dgraph)
Scout APM - Leading-edge performance monitoring starting at $39/month. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
Android library (AAR). Highly configurable, easily extendable deep zoom view for displaying huge images without loss of detail. Perfect for photo galleries, maps, building plans etc.Project mention: A foss "PDF scanner", alternatives to CamScanner | reddit.com/r/fossdroid | 2020-12-30
Project: Subsampling Scale Image View Copyright (c) 2015 David Morrissey. License (Apache License Version 2.0) https://github.com/davemorrissey/subsampling-scale-image-view/blob/master/LICENSE
Distributed PostgreSQL as an extensionProject mention: Some opinionated thoughts on SQL databases | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-03-30
This depends what you mean by "scaling". Postgres can easily handle 10s of Terabytes on a single server (though this is dependent upon your use case), but when it comes to multiple host sharded databases at the moment MySQL has some more mature options like Vitess , where your options in Postgres are things like Citus  which just recently open sourced their shard mover, but still have the HA and replication feature behind expensive enterprise pricing.
For most people not dealing with the multiple terabyte database size, Postgres is what I would definitely recommend. But once you get above that, then there are no easy answers and you would need to look at what YouTube did with Vitess 
✨ Makes text fit perfectlyProject mention: Modern Card Templates, including fast math typesetting and lists (without add-ons) | reddit.com/r/Anki | 2021-04-13
There is also the template prettyBasicMaths, which is a basic template that uses KaTeX, which is similar to MathJax. If you're unfamiliar, this is basically what renders the math equations that you input in plain text. The main difference between KaTeX and MathJax is that KaTeX is much, much faster. It also uses a library called fitty, which allows you to make the equations font-size automatically fit your screen. (I wanted to showcase both inlines ($x$) and blocks ($$x$$), which is why I basically put the answer into the question, in practice this is completely nonsensical of course)
For the music theory stuff I'm using TonalJS along with my own extensions
An enhanced HTTP client for Go (by gojek)Project mention: Can you share some Go package that you think has high quality clean code? | reddit.com/r/golang | 2021-04-13
Heimdall HTTP Client
TrueNAS CORE/Enterprise/SCALE Middleware Git RepositoryProject mention: Mercredi Tech - 2021-05-05 | reddit.com/r/france | 2021-05-05
Command Dispatcher, Processor, and Distributed Task QueueProject mention: Exploring vertical slices in dotnet core | dev.to | 2021-03-05
There are some other libraries to implement this, even from scratch, but at this time I'm using the same Mediatr library, implementing IRquest and IRequestHandler interfaces.
Accelerate your ML and Data workflows to production. Flyte is a production grade orchestration system for your Data and ML workloads. It has been battle tested at Lyft, Spotify, freenome and others and truly open-source.Project mention: [P] Accelerate Your Machine Learning and Data Workflows to Production using Flyte! | reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 2021-04-07
You can check out Flyte here: https://github.com/flyteorg/flyte, and here is the website.
A Sass or Stylus toolkit that sets type in Ems based on modular scale, vertical rhythm, and responsive ratio based headlines.Project mention: CSS Deep | dev.to | 2021-02-26
ianrose/typesettings - A Sass or Stylus toolkit that sets type in Ems based on modular scale, vertical rhythm, and responsive ratio based headlines.
:flags: Unit converter in Swift (by onmyway133)
Plezi - the Ruby framework for realtime web-apps, websockets and RESTful HTTP
An itty-bitty PaaS that uses git push to deploy micro-services and websites on your own servers, like Okurrr!!!Project mention: Zero-downtime Heroku-style deployments with Git and Docker | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-25
For a simpler option without Docker, but still with GIT Heroku-style, check out Polybox.
Polybox is an itty-bitty PaaS that uses git push to deploy micro-services and websites on your own servers.
NitroML is a modular, portable, and scalable model-quality benchmarking framework for Machine Learning and Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) pipelines.Project mention: Launch HN: MindsDB (YC W20) – Machine Learning Inside Your Database | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-19
The benchmarking challenges you are facing are pretty common in the AutoML community. My colleagues and I at Google Research are trying to solve this with https://github.com/google/nitroml. It's still super early days (no CI yet), but I think it could help your team benchmark on a set of open standard benchmark tasks as we open source more of the system.
Java utility for creating scales and chords and displaying them with any fretboard layoutProject mention: Frettler - Open source fretboard utility now supports lefties | reddit.com/r/guitars | 2021-05-02
Frettler, my open source, command line fretboard program, now has support for progressions, left handed instruments and preset, non standard, tunings.
Sample Node.js project showing how to scale horizontally with DockerProject mention: How does docker help with load balancing? | reddit.com/r/node | 2021-04-21
This article covers horizontal scaling Node.js apps in Docker. There's also an accompanying repository to see how it's done https://github.com/Maximization/scaling-nodejs-with-docker
An artist's long comic page cutter into their desired webcomic platform.Project mention: How to make site load faster? (w/ Webpack) | reddit.com/r/react | 2021-03-23
I heard of "code splitting". I'm not sure if I have implemented correctly. Here is the site: https://supercomicslicer.netlify.app/ Here is my repo: https://github.com/hyfydistro/super-comic-slicer
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