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GitHub Awesome Starless Repositories

Awesome Starless

xiaoluoboding/awesome-starless-GitHub

A curated list of awesome repositories with few stargazers but many users.

Most of these repositories were the cornerstone of front-end development.

How defined Starless

I recommend the repos is usefully and the stargazers were disproportionate to the used by count.

If you like it, please give it a star ✨, thank you.


Generated at 2020-07-12 21:18:37.


# Owner/Repo Star Used By Proportion Picture
#1 component/has-cors 16 1621063 101316
#2 jonschlinkert/is-plain-object 101 5369213 53160
#3 component/is-module 6 167455 27909
#4 sindresorhus/slash 174 4629774 26607
#5 component/escape-html 277 6300754 22746
#6 browserify/resolve 591 5710002 9661
#7 sindresorhus/globby 1465 4340481 2962
#8 mozilla/source-map 2286 6323013 2765
#9 csstree/csstree 960 1844805 1921
#10 isaacs/node-lru-cache 3226 5904048 1830
#11 eemeli/yaml 242 433411 1790
#12 isaacs/rimraf 3841 6271591 1632
#13 substack/minimist 4236 6845693 1616
#14 Rich-Harris/estree-walker 130 206397 1587
#15 MikeMcl/big.js 2823 4181373 1481
#16 isaacs/node-glob 6458 6451079 998
#17 facebook/prop-types 3562 2552354 716
#18 browserslist/browserslist 7824 4530399 579
#19 tigt/mini-svg-data-uri 123 47350 384
#20 postcss/postcss-color-function 303 104535 345
#21 postcss/sugarss 581 111009 191
#22 sindresorhus/matcher 453 81073 178
#23 yyx990803/register-service-worker 454 50680 111
#24 remarkjs/remark 3115 124821 40
#25 knicklabs/lorem-ipsum.js 187 4685 25
#26 zeit/serve 5945 69162 11

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License

MIT © xiaoluoboding

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In defense of the modern web

I expect I'll annoy everyone with this post: the anti-JavaScript crusaders, justly aghast at how much of the stuff we slather onto modern websites; the people arguing the web is a broken platform for interactive applications anyway and we should start over;

React users; the old guard with their artisanal JS and hand authored HTML; and Tom MacWright, someone I've admired from afar since I first became aware of his work on Mapbox many years ago. But I guess that's the price of having opinions.