Generate GitHub Statistics Visualizations
Summary of my bookmarked Github repositories from Jul 7th, 2021
GitHub Stats Visualization is a project that generates visualizations of GitHub user and repository statistics using the GitHub API. The visualizations can be displayed in repository READMEs or a user's Profile README. By running the project on GitHub Actions, no server is required, and users can use their GitHub access token to collect statistics on private repositories. However, users should be cautious as using an access token with sufficient permissions may leak details about private repositories. The project provides installation instructions and allows customization of the reported statistics. Supporting the project can be done by starring the repository, sharing it on social media, and reporting any bugs or errors.
Chokidar is a cross-platform file watching library that addresses the limitations of Node.js file system watching methods. It provides a more efficient and reliable solution by normalizing events and supporting recursive file tree watching. Chokidar has gained popularity and is used in various projects, including Microsoft's Visual Studio Code, gulp, karma, PM2, browserify, webpack, and BrowserSync. The library has proven its effectiveness in production environments. Chokidar version 3 is now available, offering further improvements. It can be easily installed and integrated into your code using npm.