Projects in the topic javascript
JavaScript (JS) is a lightweight, interpreted, or just-in-time compiled programming language with first-class functions.


Hack the Hack Week tool

an invention by hennevogel

This project is about advancing the tool you're currently browsing. It got started back in Hack Week 9 to retire all the weird tools we've used in the past to track ideas. As you can see it has gone far but is still far from done. There are lots of features missing and bugs to be fixed on github. Get going!

Updated almost 2 years ago. 24 hacker ♥️.

Dochazka

a project by smithfarm

Dochazka is a long-term project to replace the obsolete Attendance & Time Tracking system used by the Prague office since 2007. Dochazka is a complex system consisting of three major components: - RESTful backend App::Dochazka::REST (with lots of help from Web::MREST)

Updated over 1 year ago. 12 hacker ♥️.

community calendar widget

a project by eMBee

a widget to list events from a JSON backend. the widget may be included by any website to share community events.

Updated almost 2 years ago. 1 hackers ♥️.

Trivialine - an Online Multiplayer Trivia

a project by cyntss

<a href="http://trivialine.herokuapp.com/" target="blank"><img src="https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/103560303124060156120696822168581672115471n.png?oh=d7ff3f6c32934ea362156d071e0b660a&oe=54B1308C" width="460px"/></a>

We have the pleasure to introduce you to the first Online Multiplayer Trivia:

Updated almost 2 years ago. 11 hacker ♥️.

HTML5 testdrive for SUSE Studio

an invention by JKrupa2

There are more and more devices with no Adobe Flash plugin support in web browser (new Android and Apple phones and tables, etc.). The aim of this project is to replace Flash testdrive in SUSE Studio with HTML5 client. So our current implementation bases on our project from a previous Cloud workshop which uses noVNC.

Updated almost 5 years ago. 5 hacker ♥️.

detect and visualise git commits' patch-based dependencies

a project by aspiers

It is well-known that two git commits within a single repo can be independent from each other, by changing separate files to each other, or changing separate parts of the same file(s). Conversely when a commit changes a line, it is "dependent" on not only the commit which last changed that line, but also any commits which were responsible for providing the surrounding lines of context, because without those previous versions of the line and its context, the commit's diff would not cleanly apply. As with most dependency relationships, these form a directed acyclic graph. Sometimes it is useful to understand the nature of parts of this graph; for example when porting a commit "A" between git branches via git cherry-pick, it can be useful to programmatically determine in advance the minimum number of other dependent commits which would also need to be cherry-picked to provide the context for commit "A" to cleanly apply.

Updated almost 5 years ago. 4 hacker ♥️.