10 Trending projects on GitHub for web developers – 7th August 2020

Welcome to Issue 11 of Trending Projects your weekly snapshot of currently trending projects in the web development world.

1. Ink

Ink provides the same component-based UI building experience that React offers in the browser, but for command-line apps. It uses Yoga to build Flexbox layouts in the terminal, so most CSS-like props are available in Ink as well. If you are already familiar with React, you already know Ink.

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Ink
Ink

2. Flowy

A JavaScript library to create pretty flowcharts with ease.

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Flowy
Flowy

3. Nativefier

Nativefier is a command-line tool to easily create a desktop app for any web site with minimal configuration. Apps are wrapped by Electron (which uses Chromium under the hood) in an OS executable (.app, .exe, etc) for use on Windows, macOS and Linux.

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Nativefier
Nativefier

4. FullCalendar

A full-sized drag & drop JavaScript event calendar

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FullCalendar
FullCalendar

5. GPT-3 Sandbox

The goal of this project is to enable users to create cool web demos using the newly released OpenAI GPT-3 API with just a few lines of Python.

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GPT-3 Sandbox
GPT-3 Sandbox

6. Blog post workflow

List your latest blog posts from different sources on your Github profile/project readme automatically using this github action.

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Blog post workflow
Blog post workflow

7. Stencil

Stencil is a simple compiler for generating Web Components and static site generated progressive web apps (PWA). Stencil was built by the Ionic team for its next generation of performant mobile and desktop Web Components.

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Stencil
Stencil

8. How to Secure Anything

Its lessons are not just applicable to computer security. In fact, in this repo, I aim to document a process for securing anything, whether it’s a medieval castle, an art museum, or a computer network.

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How to Secure Anything
How to Secure Anything

9. Babylon.js

Babylon.js is a powerful, beautiful, simple, and open game and rendering engine packed into a friendly JavaScript framework.

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Babylon.js
Babylon.js

10. Electron Fiddle

Electron Fiddle lets you create and play with small Electron experiments. It greets you with a quick-start template after opening – change a few things, choose the version of Electron you want to run it with, and play around. Then, save your Fiddle either as a GitHub Gist or to a local folder.

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Electron Fiddle

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