TOP 10 Open Source Projects for 2018
Github as we know is a web-based hosting service for version control using Git. Projects on GitHub can be accessed and manipulated using the standard Git command-line interface. Developers who work on projects around the world can contribute to and use projects,it makes the job easier and standardize the way applications get built and talk to one another.
Github annually releases an Octoverse report which details how what and how much of Github is being used. Based on this year’s report, there were around 96 million+ repositories are hosted and more than 200 million+ pull requests created this year.
Here are some of the key highlights :
- Angular from Google and React from Facebook remains to be the most popular JS frameworks
- Vue.js has become one of the fastest-growing open-source projects
- Data science and machine learning are also growing trends for developers, which is evident from Google’s TensorFlow project are topping the list.
- Just another deep neural network open-source project this year is PyTorch, it ranks second in GitHub’s list of fastest-growing projects.
- On the IoT side, Frameworks like Kaa and ThingsBoard tops the list. Other notable projects include Node-RED that helps with setting up an IoT network.
- Kubernetes from Google has seen a lot of growth over the past few years and remains a major force in container orchestration in 2018. Another project on the rise in 2018 is Vault from HashiCorp.
- Topics across different areas of blockchain development are also trending. On that front, the open-source Hyperledger project is creating a library of decentralized ledger tools and protocols so that any industry can build and use blockchain.
Now let us check out the TOP 10 list of open source projects based on contributor count.
VS Code is a code editor and provides comprehensive editing and debugging support, an extensibility model, and lightweight integration with the existing toolset.
VS Code is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Supported target operating systems are >= Android 4.1 (API 16) and >= iOS 9.0. You may use Windows, macOS, or Linux as your development operating system
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TensorFlow is an open-source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs. The graph nodes represent mathematical operations, while the graph edges represent the multidimensional data arrays (tensors) that flow between them.
This flexible architecture enables you to deploy computation to one or more CPUs or GPUs in a desktop, server, or mobile device without rewriting code.
TensorFlow also includes TensorBoard, a data visualization toolkit.
Angular CLI framework is for creating, building, and testing your Angular projects.
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Ansible is an automation utility that handles configuration-management, application deployment, cloud provisioning, ad-hoc task-execution, and multinode orchestration including trivializing things like zero-downtime rolling updates with load balancers.
Documentation is available on kubernetes.io.
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