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A fully functional real-time notification center for your web and react apps. The only open-source notifications infrastructure that manages multi-channel content, scheduled notifications, digest engine, user preferences, and delivers Email, SMS, Push and Chat notifications using a single API.

  • Updated Oct 3, 2022
  • TypeScript

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Semaphore lets you test and deploy code at the push of a button with hosted continuous integration and delivery.

After you push code to GitHub, it quickly runs your tests on a platform with first-class Docker support and 100+ tools preinstalled. Semaphore lets you parallelize your builds, get feedback right inside pull requests, and deploy more often in a unified workflow. Already trusted by thousands of businesses around the globe, it can help your team move faster too.


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Extensible low-code framework for building business applications. Connect to databases, cloud storages, GraphQL, API endpoints, Airtable, etc and build apps using drag and drop application builder. Built using JavaScript/TypeScript. 🚀

  • Updated Oct 3, 2022
  • JavaScript
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Spend more time shipping and less time re-running flaky tests

BuildPulse automatically detects flaky tests and highlights the most disruptive ones so you know exactly where to focus first for maximum impact.

Integrates with popular test frameworks for JavaScript (Cypress, Jest), Ruby (minitest, RSpec), Go, Python, and others.

Works with CircleCI, GitHub Actions, Semaphore, Travis CI, Jenkins (beta), and Buildkite (beta). Others are available by request.