Friday, September 26, 2014

This Week's Starred Open Source Projects on Github

Here are the open source projects that I interested and found useful and starred.

Stamplay / stamplay-foodme
AngularJS take-out food ordering application.

nickel-org /
An expressjs inspired web framework for Rust  

apidoc / apidoc
RESTful web API Documentation Generator

facebook / watchman
watches files and takes action when they change

structr / structr
Graph Application Platform based on Neo4j

mcrider / rest
A gateway plugin for Open Journal Systems that allows external applications to make HTTP requests for information about a journal, returning JSON-formatted data.

Stamplay / stamplay-tutorials
A set of basic tutorials to understand Stamplay APIs

Stamplay / stamplay-stackoverflow
Building Stack Overflow with AngularJS

Stamplay / stamplay-hackernews
JQuery based Hacker News clone build on top of Stamplay

simov / express-admin-examples
Examples repository for Express Admin

simov / express-admin
MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite, PostgreSQL admin for NodeJS

anvaka /
Visualization of npm

symfony / DomCrawler
[READ-ONLY] Subtree split of the Symfony DomCrawler Component -- clone into Symfony/Component/ (master at symfony/symfony)

v0lkan / efficient-javascript
Source for the "efficient JavaScript" workshop that I've presented to udemy engineering team on 04/30

CrossRef / rest-api-doc
Documentation for CrossRef's REST API

NikhilKalige / git-log
A Atom package for git commit graphs

royrusso / elasticsearch-HQ
Monitoring and Management Web Application for ElasticSearch instances and clusters.

visionmedia / consolidate.js
Template engine consolidation library for node.js

lmenezes / elasticsearch-kopf
web admin interface for elasticsearch

byroot / derrick
Inspect Redis databases and print statistics about the keys

Cetsoft / imcache
Imcache is a Java Caching Library.

paulasmuth / recommendify
ruby/redis based recommendation engine (collaborative filtering)

timoxley / best-practices
Tidbits of developer best practices from around the web

timoxley / functional-javascript-workshop
A functional javascript workshop. No libraries required (i.e. no underscore), just ES5.

exercism /
Crowd-sourced mentorship.

koehlma / pygrooveshark
PyGrooveshark is an implementation of the unofficial Grooveshark API as used by the official clients. It is written in Python and supports searching, stations as well as the popular songs list.

robmorgan / phinx
PHP Database Migrations for Everyone

yob / pdf-reader
The PDF::Reader library implements a PDF parser conforming as much as possible to the PDF specification from Adobe.

CrossRef / pdfextract
A tool and library that can extract various areas of text from a PDF, especially a scholarly article PDF.

CrossRef / pdfmark
Add CrossRef bibliographic metadata (or any XMP) to a PDF

symfony / BrowserKit
[READ-ONLY] Subtree split of the Symfony BrowserKit Component -- clone into Symfony/Component/ (master at symfony/symfony)

fabpot / PHP-CS-Fixer
Analyzes some PHP source code and tries to fix coding standards issues (PSR-1 and PSR-2 compatible)

brianc / node-postgres
Non-blocking PostgreSQL client for node.js. Pure JavaScript and native libpq bindings.

thelia / thelia
Thelia is an open source tool for creating e-business websites and managing online content. Repo containing the new major version (v2)

FriendsOfSymfony / FOSMessageBundle
Provides messenging features for your Symfony2 application.

facebook / mcrouter
Mcrouter is a memcached protocol router for scaling memcached deployments.

tarcieri / reia
Ruby-like hybrid OOP/functional programming language for BEAM, the Erlang VM

basho / webmachine
A REST-based system for building web applications.

discoproject / disco
a Map/Reduce framework for distributed computing

voronianski / melchior.js
Chainable Module Definition (CMD) dependency loader for JavaScript

marmelab / ng-admin
Add an AngularJS admin GUI to any RESTful API

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

How to monitor MongoDB @serverdensity

ServerDensity uses MongoDB to power many different components of their server monitoring product, Server Density. This ranges from basic user profiles all the way to high throughput processing of over 30TB/month of time series data.

Here is a post from ServerDensity blog about mongodb monitoring.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

How I Start Go - with Peter Bourgon

A great place to start learning Go language.

Go is a lovely little programming language designed by smart people you can trust and continuously improved by a large and growing open-source community.
Go is meant to be simple, but sometimes the conventions can be a little hard to grasp. I'd like to show you how I start all of my Go projects, and how to use Go's idioms. Let's build a backend service for a web app.
  1. Setting up your environment
  1. A new project
  1. Making a web server
  1. Adding more routes
  1. Querying multiple APIs
  1. Make it concurrent
  1. Simplicity
  1. Further exercises

This Week's Open Source Projects on Github

Here my starred repositories for this week. Mostly javascript/nodejs projects

omeka / omeka-s
The Omeka S web publication system for galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. A local network of independently curated exhibits sharing a collaboratively built pool of items and their metadata.

omeka / Omeka
A flexible web publishing platform for the display of library, museum and scholarly collections, archives and exhibitions.

sindresorhus / awesome-nodejs
A curated list of delightful Node.js packages and resources.

marmelab / ng-admin
Add an AngularJS admin GUI to any RESTful API

voronianski / melchior.js
Chainable Module Definition (CMD) dependency loader for JavaScript

yatish27 / linkedin-scraper
Scrapes the public profile of the linkedin page

okulbilisim / awesome-datascience
An awesome Data Science repository to learn and apply for real world problems.

KnpLabs / Gaufrette
PHP5 library that provides a filesystem abstraction layer − will be a feast for your files!

erming / shout
A web IRC client

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Two important links about MongoDb

This week two important links were caught on my radar about mongodb.