Each promoted or created by a famous company repository is popular (hyped) at the beginning. Also it is possible to have a
number of them which are in trend right now (artificial manipulations and/or publications, marketing, events).
This does not mean that these repositories are useful. As an example, compare two links:
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 and share the public profile link
(https://gitmostwanted.com/USER_NAME) with friends/teammates. Have fun!
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The Udacity open source self-driving car project
Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web - 60fps on mobile!
🎬 A curated list of movies every hacker & cyberpunk must watch.
A collection of APIs
Bot Framework provides the most comprehensive experience for building conversation applications.
Google from the terminal
A better WeChat on macOS and Linux. Built with Electron by Zhongyi Tong.
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File formats explanations, logos redrawing...
Flappy Bird hack using Deep Reinforcement Learning (Deep Q-learning).
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WCDB is a cross-platform database framework developed by WeChat.
Examples and server integrations for generating the Swagger API Specification, which enables easy access to your REST API
A transparent ui-block detection library for Android. (known as BlockCanary)
Free and Open Source messaging and emailing app that combines common web applications into one.
Catch common Java mistakes as compile-time errors