GitNews

Trending repositories from GitHub, HackerNews & Reddit

#2 Product of the DayDecember 20, 2018

GitNews is an infinite Newsfeed of repositories from Github, HackerNews & Reddit

Reviews
  • Farbod Saraf
    Farbod SarafCo-founder Everboard.io (YC SUS17)
    Pros: 

    Staying on top of the latest GitHub hottest repositories very easily

    Cons: 

    Quite addictive

    Already found some repositories which was useful for my side projects

    Farbod Saraf has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    Intuitive

    Easy to use

    Cons: 

    No language filter

    This is a very nice app to easily keep an eye on the latest github projects.

    Do you have plans to introduce a filter by language?

    Deco354 has used this product for one day.
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Sandoche
SandocheMaker@sandochee · Founder of Kanbanote, Maker and Learner!
Hello people! Since I was finding Facebook browsing very boring and unproductive, I looked for something else more interesting and I found the trending section of Github. I enjoyed using it a lot until I realized that Github Trending was showing no more than 25 results every day (and it's often the same from one day to another) and this is not enough to keep browsing and replace Facebook! That is why I decided to build GitNews, to gather trending repositories from different sources, such as HackerNews, Reddit and Github (and more in the future), and provide an engaging infinite scrolling. I also used this idea to learn NativeScript VueJS (an awesome framework by the way) - @igor_randj amazing job thanks - and here you can find how: https://medium.com/learning-lab/... GitNews is not perfect so all the feedbacks are welcome to improve it 😉
Patricia Mayo
Patricia Mayo@patricia_mayo1 · Mobile Developer at IBM
Hey guys!! congrats for the app! it is really cool and even addictive! Also I am loving the cute logo ☺️ 😍 What are the next sources of repos you might include? How did you find it to develop it with NativeScript? I am mobile developer myself and at the end I always do double work and go full native for both OS
Sandoche
SandocheMaker@sandochee · Founder of Kanbanote, Maker and Learner!
@patricia_mayo1 Thanks a lot! As concern the next sources I was thinking about product hunt. I think NativeScript Vue is very cool mostly because I can keep the component based architecture of VueJS and use the Vuex architecture. Then to build it for both OS is a bit more tricky because you need to be sure that one change will not mess in the other OS. Nevertheless NativeScript has a cloud deployement feature that let's you build for iOS without having a macbook and this is pretty amazing!
Paschalis Tsolakidis
Paschalis Tsolakidis@paschalis_tsolakidis
Really helpful app to quickly check what’s hot.
Sandoche
SandocheMaker@sandochee · Founder of Kanbanote, Maker and Learner!
@paschalis_tsolakidis Thanks, glad you like it!
Sarada Sagadevin
Sarada Sagadevin@sarada_sagadevin
Great idea !! 👍
Sandoche
SandocheMaker@sandochee · Founder of Kanbanote, Maker and Learner!
@sarada_sagadevin Thanks a lot!
Ivan Camus-Alonso
Ivan Camus-Alonso@ivan_camus_alonso
Great app!
Sandoche
SandocheMaker@sandochee · Founder of Kanbanote, Maker and Learner!
@ivan_camus_alonso Thanks a lot!