Top 23 beginner-project Open-Source Projects

  • project-based-learning

    Curated list of project-based tutorials

    Project mention: Starting Coding, Help Needed | | 2023-03-22
  • awesome-for-beginners

    A list of awesome beginners-friendly projects.

    Project mention: How to start contributing to Open Source projects? | | 2023-03-02
  • InfluxDB

    Access the most powerful time series database as a service. Ingest, store, & analyze all types of time series data in a fully-managed, purpose-built database. Keep data forever with low-cost storage and superior data compression.

  • Python-project-Scripts

    This repositories contains a list of python scripts projects from beginner level advancing slowly. More code snippets to be added soon. feel free to clone this repo

  • automateGo

    Implementation on Go projects book "Automate the Boring Stuff with Python: Practical Programming for Total Beginners"

    Project mention: What is Go and why should you use it? Made a explanation video for beginners, feedback would be appreciated :) | | 2022-05-15

    Just a few questions, if you dont mind. * Will it cover comolete begginners, or what is the prereqs? * What kind of exercises are you generally planing? Fibonaci nrs string type excercises or real world things like data analytics/science, network programming, api's, cobra cli stuff, automation etc etc ?, a pity I couldnt understant this language in this repo, but was just searching for something similar today.. * Will it cover tooling, debugging, testing, deployment and distribution tips etc. *Will it be linux based, so would I be able to follow with vim and linux *how long are you planning it to be ? Or even how often will you release a vid?

  • Abbreve

    A simple website, that fills out abbreviations for popular slangs.

    Project mention: ADD Meta tag in react app | | 2022-11-25

    I was searching for a open source project to contribute to on GitHub. So eventually I did found a project to contribute to. Take a look a the project.

  • 100-Days-of-Code

    Officially committing to 100 Days of code challenge. (by PritKalariya)

    Project mention: New person wondering the best way to learn independently | | 2022-12-24
  • The-Freedom-Wrapper-Project

    This is the Original Freedom Wrapper Project repository. It is developed and maintained by Matthew Benchimol. The Freedom Wrapper Project is an Open Source and Free Android source code project. The project has moved to an organization page at:

  • Sonar

    Write Clean Python Code. Always.. Sonar helps you commit clean code every time. With over 225 unique rules to find Python bugs, code smells & vulnerabilities, Sonar finds the issues while you focus on the work.

  • developers-fact-card

    Developers Fact card is an open-source project targeted at beginners who wish to make their first open-source contributions. The project consists of quotes and informations about the tech ecosystem, also targeted at encouraging beginners who just got started in Tech.

  • FluentDash

    FluentDash is a collection of widgets for Rainmeter that are influenced by the fluent design from Microsoft.

  • github_welcome_wall

    This is the official repository for the Towards Data Science Article, "WTH am I doing here? The absolute beginner's guide to Git and GitHub"

  • FizzBuzz

    FizzBuzz in a whole lotta languages

  • Android-Beginner-Projects

    This repo contains projects that are absolute beginner friendly for anyone looking to get started developing android apps using Kotlin

    Project mention: My 100Days Journey | | 2022-05-08

    Once I felt comfortable enough, I started learning Android development from Udemy and lucky me because that was the time my school decided to give us a break and I used that break learning as much as I could and did so much coding and staring at my laptop screen. As much as I was doing my own thing, it was still partly related to my classes and that didn't bother me as much. I ended up working on a number of projects which can be found here.

  • HacktoberPet

    CLOSED: A Junior Developer Group repository with a goal to create a personalised card representing our pets or favourite animals during HacktoberFest 2021

  • IGCSE-CS-PC-Transpiler

    IGCSE CS PseudoCode Interpreter (Translator) Note. This program is currently undergoing the final tweaks. This Program transpiles (compiles source to source) the Pseudocode syntax studied in the IGCSE Computer Science 0478 Syllabus as no other application is available to do this. For any suggestions or bug reports, please send me a message on Github If you liked it, please don't forget to star this repository. Thanks!

  • quechua-library

    An open source website with the goal of creating a large directory of Quechua language resources.

  • Series-Lookup

    Get Windows toast notifications if your locally saved shows of choice have a new season.

  • PyPass

    A simple , secure , trustable and quantum safe password manager in Python3. (by Anish-M-code)

  • MeetingAssistant

    Meeting Assistant is an app that helps you join recurring online meetings with ease.

  • PyProjects

    Beginner Friendly Python-Projects

    Project mention: Make your first PR on this hacktober | | 2022-10-08

    Hello guys, Hactober is here and I have published a repo of Python basic Projects which is ideally useful for newcomers. So that everyone can participate in this event and win swags, t-shirt and promote opensource

  • Basic-memory-game

    This is a basic "memory game" which is implemented for practising java script

    Project mention: DPS909 Blog: Release 0.4 | | 2022-12-08

    Worked on the ChatGPT for Google, which is the browser extension to display ChatGPT response alongside Google Search results, supports Chrome/Edge/Firefox. And Basic-memory-game. I have really liked their idea and want to contribute into their project which i have learned in DPS909. I have searched through their issue and their repository and find out they are not using any Linter in their code. I have learned about the Linter in one of my labs which motivated me to add that into their work.

  • grusterylist

    Makes grocery lists, written in Rust

  • zombie-system-demo

    A simple setup that demonstrates concept of zombie computer and using it for dos.

  • Simple-Random-Stock

    Randomly select a stock from your favorite U.S index and have them saved in your history for future uses. Enjoy! For more info, check the README.MD

  • SaaSHub

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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 2023-03-22.

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Project Stars
1 project-based-learning 95,060
2 awesome-for-beginners 49,341
3 Python-project-Scripts 713
4 automateGo 135
5 Abbreve 104
6 100-Days-of-Code 78
7 The-Freedom-Wrapper-Project 76
8 developers-fact-card 37
9 FluentDash 29
10 github_welcome_wall 27
11 FizzBuzz 14
12 Android-Beginner-Projects 12
13 HacktoberPet 11
14 IGCSE-CS-PC-Transpiler 8
15 quechua-library 7
16 Series-Lookup 6
17 PyPass 6
18 MeetingAssistant 6
19 PyProjects 5
20 Basic-memory-game 5
21 grusterylist 5
22 zombie-system-demo 5
23 Simple-Random-Stock 4
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