Each promoted or created by a famous company repository is popular at the beginning. Also it is possible to have a
number of them which are in trend right now (publications, marketing, events).
It doesn't mean that those repositories are useful. As an example, compare these two links: Top vs
ordered by stars
The gitmostwanted.com project analyses githubarchive
data in order to highlight the most interesting repositories and exclude others. You can find some concepts in the
GMW is like a personal database, where you store liked repositories. As soon as GWM
gets 200 registered users, it'll be possible to find people closer/similar to you by preference.
Right now you can synchronise your stars with GitHub.
The https://freeCodeCamp.com open source codebase and curriculum. Learn to code and help nonprofits.
Freely available programming books
Bring data to life with SVG, Canvas and HTML.
AngularJS - HTML enhanced for web apps!
Curated list of awesome lists
The iconic font and CSS toolkit
A framework for building native apps with React.
Docker - the open-source application container engine
A cross-browser library of CSS animations. As easy to use as an easy thing.
The Swift Programming Language
The hackable text editor
The HTML Presentation Framework
Semantic is a UI component framework based around useful principles from natural language.
Realtime application framework (Node.JS server)
A PHP Framework For Web Artisans
Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node.
Based on a true story