Oleksii Trekhleb, a Senior Software Engineer at Uber, has created this repository. He also maintains it. This was the first JS repo that I have starred. It provides examples of common algorithms and data structures in JS. It has a README file for each algorithm and data structure, translated into many languages. This README file has plenty of explanations and resources.
Robert C. Martin’s book, Clean Code is the source for software engineering principles, is stored in the repo. Well, not every principle described here must be followed; there is no compulsion, and even fewer will be accepted. These are guidelines, but they are ones that the book’s writers have formalised through many years of combined experience.
This repository contains a collection of JS libraries, frameworks, templating engines, articles, etc.
This repository was discovered by accident when I saw one of my coworkers browsing this when she was creating test cases.
Note: The stars and forks count may change when you are reading this article.
I had a lot of fun making the list. I’m sure you’ve stumbled upon some more amazing repositories.
Happy Learning! Happy Coding!