My 13 Favorites Github Repositories

My 13 Favorites Github Repositories

Repositories that will give you new ideas to your own project and how to have an amazing Github repository.

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Mayanna Oliveira
·Sep 19, 2021·

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I like to save my bookmarks using an amazing extension called Raindrop that has a possibility to share bookmarks with friends, customize and organize in categories so I'm writing a post about Github repositories and my favorites was saved in my Raindrop account, I'm gonna list some of them because I've been looking and using some references to improve my Github profile, study and develop new projects.

  1. The Documentation Compendium a repository with many templates and tips to write a good documentation, it has all that is necessary to be a master of documentation as list of tools, best practices, Technical Writing programs and sources.

  2. Awesome Github Badges the name really says how awesome is this repositories with a list of references to make badges in repositories readme. The badges will help other developers read your project readme and identify what technology were used, how percent was covered in tests and many other things.

  3. Public APIs are you looking for and API? There is the best place to find a good API. It has around 935 API to software and web development.

  4. A practical security guide for web developers 18 chapters and many subtopics talking about security during web development, every point have good details about how to tread or avoid some security problem. It has a checklist that will help a lot don't forgot any problem.

  5. [Awesome] ( is repository with lists as contents, language program, platforms, books, editor and more to help you improve your skills in information technology.

  6. Web Development for Beginners - A Curriculum is a Microsoft repository to help everyone that are beginning in web development with a list of testings, video and a little bit more to start as web developer.

  7. Build Your Own X do you like to make your own tools to work? here is an amazing repository. Many tutorials to build your own shell, template engine, text editor, web server and more.

  8. 30 seconds of code is a repository with a collection of features in JavaScript, CSS, React Hooks, Python, JavaScript Algorithms and Git. It's a very interesting repository to learn some good snippets.

  9. 50 Projects in 50 Days is a course in Udemy that teaches HTML, CSS and JavaScript so it's the course repository with all that was taught in course.

  10. Awesome Learn by Playing is a collection of resources that allow you to learn a new programming language or a new technology though playing games.

  11. Free Certifications is a repository that will help you find some free courses online. This repository is constantly update to share new courses to everyone that like to study technology. Don't forget that some courses have a expiration date.

  12. Learning is a repository with some kind of recourse to allow you learn data analysis, machine learning, data science and a little bit more.

  13. Clone Wars more then 100 open-source alternatives of popular sites like Airbnb, Amazon, Instagram, Netflix, Tiktok, Spotify, Whatsapp, Youtube and more. List contains source code, tutorials, demo links, tech stack, and GitHub repositories.

Now you can save this list in browser bookmarks to have some amazing references to study or build your own project. Please, enjoy! 😄

If you want to know ☁️ it's the best place to keep all your favorite books, songs, articles or whatever else you come across while browsing.


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