This article presents a short list with a few (really) nice open-source projects published on Github by coding gurus and small companies. The sources can be used just for fun, to code other projects on top or just to analyze the sources and learn programming. Thanks for reading! - Content sponsored by AppSeed.
- Loople - Drag and Drop builder for dashboards
- Editor.js - a nice block styled editor
- Material Tailwind - components library for Tailwind CSS and Material Design
- Stack Edit - In-browser Markdown editor
- Pixel Lite - a nice Bootstrap 5 design (MIT License)
This project provides a drag & drop builder for dashboards where users can add/remove widgets, menus, sidebar using Bootstrap components. Once the page is edited, the code is available for download - the product is still in BETA.
Editor.js is a block-styled editor for rich media stories. It outputs clean data in JSON instead of heavy HTML markup. Designed to be API extendable and pluggable - the product has 15k+ stars on Github
Easy to use components library for Tailwind CSS and Material Design. It features multiple React components, all written with Tailwind CSS classes and Material Design guidelines.
A modern Bootstrap 5 design that comes with a few nice pages and UI components. Pixel is a free, fully responsive, modern Bootstrap UI Kit that will help you build creative and professional websites. Use our components and sections, switch some Sass variables to build and arrange pages to best suit your needs.
- Pixel Lite - product page
- Pixel Lite - LIVE demo
- Pixel Lite - source code published on Github (MIT License)
Full-featured, open-source Markdown editor based on PageDown, the Markdown library used by Stack Overflow and the other Stack Exchange sites.
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