Explore Real-time Collaboration with Ritzy Editor, Imba Language Efficiency, and Meteor Template Data Context

Summary of my bookmarked Github repositories from Jan 14th, 2016

Github repositories

  • ritzyed/ritzy

    Ritzy Editor is an open-source, cross-browser, real-time collaborative editor for the web. It offers rich text editing capabilities and supports features like bold, underline, strikethrough, superscript, subscript, and more. It utilizes a custom editor surface and layout engine, similar to Google Docs, and implements a causal tree CRDT for real-time collaboration. Ritzy is most useful for developers who want to add collaborative rich-text data entry fields to their browser applications. While it currently lacks complex page-based layout support, future additions are planned. Mobile support is partially available, and it supports various data formats like Rich Text JSON, HTML, and plain text.

  • imba/imba

    Imba is a full-stack programming language for the web that compiles to efficient JavaScript. It offers language-level support for defining, extending, subclassing, instantiating, and rendering DOM nodes. With minimal syntax and clever features, Imba enables fast development with fewer keystrokes and less file switching. It can be used for both frontend and backend development, replacing frameworks like Vue or React on the frontend and working with the Node ecosystem on the backend. Imba integrates styling directly into the code, supports blazing fast bundling with esbuild, and provides typing and tooling through a TypeScript server plugin. Join the Imba community on Discord for support. License: MIT.

  • lyuzashi/meteor-template-data

    This Meteor package, inspired by iron:router's data property, allows you to set the data context for each instance of a Blaze template upon its creation. It enables multiple data-driven templates to exist independently, with their own data sources. The data context function runs before onCreated and supports reactivity, allowing for database subscriptions and data provided through a cursor. You can access the data set with dataContext using Template.currentData() function, similar to renderWithData or iron:router data.