|Number of watchers on Github||326|
|Number of open issues||14|
|Average time to merge a PR||4 days|
|Open pull requests||17+|
|Closed pull requests||25+|
|Last commit||almost 2 years ago|
|Repo Created||over 3 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||almost 2 years ago|
|Organization / Author||electron|
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A collection of apps built on Electron. electron.atom.io/apps.
If you have an Electron application you'd like to see added, please read the contributing doc.
This package is a joint effort between humans and robots.
First, a human adds an app:
apps hyper hyper-icon.png hyper.yml
The yml file requires just a few fields:
name: Hyper description: 'HTML/JS/CSS Terminal' website: 'https://hyper.is' repository: 'https://github.com/zeit/hyper' category: 'Developer Tools'
Humans can include other data like
license, but they're not required to do so.
The human then opens a PR. Tests pass, the PR gets merged. Yay!
Later, a bot comes along and adds more data about the app.
First, the date the app was submitted is inferred from the git history. Humans could provide this metadata, but they shouldn't have to. Let the machines do the work.
Then, the bot creates resized versions of the app icon:
hyper hyper-icon-128.png hyper-icon-32.png hyper-icon-64.png hyper-icon.png hyper.yml
Then the bot extracts a color palette from the app icon:
iconColors: ['#FF0000', '#C54F23', '#DD8833']
And it also picks some colors that are
on brand for use on black or white
goodColorOnWhite: '#916E02' goodColorOnBlack: '#FCCC36' faintColorOnWhite: 'rgba(80, 0, 0, 0.1)
Lastly, the bot commits changes to git, pushes to GitHub, and publishes a new release to npm.
The bot can be extended to collect other useful data, especially if the app has a GitHub repository URL. Some ideas: