🚀10 Trending projects on GitHub for web developers - 18th December 2020

Welcome to Issue 30 of Trending Projects your weekly snapshot of currently trending projects in the web development world.

1. Hyper

A terminal built on web technologies

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2. Google APIs Node.js Client

Google's officially supported Node.js client library for accessing Google APIs. Support for authorization and authentication with OAuth 2.0, API Keys and JWT (Service Tokens) is included.

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3. 50 Projects in 50 Days - HTML/CSS and JavaScript

50+ mini web projects using HTML, CSS & JS

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Automatically add a progress bar to your site. Pace will monitor your ajax requests, event loop lag, document ready state, and elements on your page to decide the progress. On ajax navigation it will begin again!

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5. Chrome Extensions samples

Official samples for Chrome Extensions.

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A simple, minimal, classless CSS for simple HTML pages

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7. Free & Open Source Gatsby Themes

Get high-quality and customizable Gatsby themes to quickly bootstrap your website! Choose from many professionally created and impressive designs with a wide variety of features and customization options.

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8. GitLens

Supercharge the Git capabilities built into Visual Studio Code — Visualize code authorship at a glance via Git blame annotations and code lens, seamlessly navigate and explore Git repositories, gain valuable insights via powerful comparison commands, and so much more

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9. React Leaflet

React components for Leaflet maps.

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10. gitmoji

Using emojis on commit messages provides an easy way of identifying the purpose or intention of a commit with only looking at the emojis used. As there are a lot of different emojis I found the need of creating a guide that can help to use emojis easier.

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Developer tools and projects

The State of the Octoverse 2020

2020 has been a year of extraordinary change. Yet with 60M+ new repositories created this past year, one thing has remained true - developers came together from all corners of the world to innovate, find connection, and solve problems.


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