There are many open source projects out there and a lot of them act as alternatives for popular commercial platforms. Regardless of what functionalities they provide, they're powered by people who believe in the open source community and want to work with it to create great products for everyone to use.
What are some open source projects do you guys think developers should give more support too? Or what are just some of your favorites?
I personally have lots of love for Strapi. I know they're popular enough at this point but I still love giving them a shout out when possible 🏻
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I think Svelte has a lot of momentum, but doesn't have quite as much support as some of its peers
Came here to write svelte as welL!
Sending some ❤️❤️❤️ to svelte team and contributors
sveltekit needs more traction
That is very true. I still haven’t gotten into Svelte yet (I’m planning to at some point) but I do see a lot of people talking about it
try it, it's VERY easy and gets stuff done quickly and is very performant, that's my dream framework
svelte.dev has an excellent tutorial about svelte (it's the official site)
if you need a framework for more complex projects (I find svelte best for SPAs) try sveltekit
Cool thanks for the tip!
The ones that are not owned by for-profit corporations.
We all know there are 2 types of open source projects out there:
Solid.js and Deno in my opinion
solidjs / solid
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denoland / deno
Shell (Mac, Linux):
Build and install from source using Cargo:
See deno_install and releases for other options.
Try running a simple program:
Or a more complex one:
Haskell libraries in my opinion.
HASKELL is Awesome. It come be a leader with a bit more support!
Trousseau is an open-source project leveraging the Kubernetes KMS provider framework to connect with Key Management Services the Kubernetes native way. It supports Hashicorp Vault at the moment, would be nice to support others as well, to turn Kubernetes secrets to encrypted ones for production usage.
Benthos. More exposure is the best you can do for it.
avelino / awesome-go
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Lit js (lit.dev) and Appwrite in my opinion.Both are great projects definitely worth trying out.
prest / prest
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Test using Docker
avelino / moclojer
Simple and efficient HTTP mock server with specification in yaml, edn or OpenAPI
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Frappe framework - frappeframework.com
If you wanna build an application fast which is loaded with features.. Frappe is the way to go.
I prefer to use the term "free" instead of "open source", but here are my 5 cents.
I think that Plan9 from user space is a really underrated project. While GNU-coreutils has more programs, they are a bit bloated compared to p9
why? something can be open source and not free, and vice versa, its usage is correct and interchangable here
Never seen it but it looks pretty cool!
Also just came across it and liked it