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  1. 🔥 A well-tested feature-rich modular Firebase implementation for React Native. Supports both iOS & Android platforms for all Firebase services.

    JavaScript 9.2k 1.8k

  2. 🔥 A collection of Firebase plugins for Flutter apps.

    Dart 5.3k 2.3k

  3. Source code for official Firebase extensions

    TypeScript 584 221

  4. AngularJS implementation of the RDash admin dashboard theme

    HTML 4.8k 792

  5. ⚛️ A feature rich notifications library for React Native Android & iOS, built by @invertase, the authors of @react-native-firebase.

    TypeScript 417 24

  6. Instant Open Source docs with zero configuration.

    TypeScript 26 6

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June 2021

Created a pull request in invertase/ that received 5 comments

feat: QOL updates

convert layout to CSS Grid for easier control & maximum space usage update dark mode colors to gray tone vs blue remove heading borders remove…

+4,509 −4,087 5 comments
Opened 4 other pull requests in 3 repositories
1 open 1 merged
1 merged
1 closed
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
invertase/ 1 pull request
invertase/melos 1 pull request

Created an issue in mdx-js/mdx that received 2 comments

[v2] plugins not running with invalid HTML/JSX

I've successfully been using next-mdx-remote on a project, so upgraded the library locally to v2 to reap the benefits. Everything is going well, ho…

Opened 3 other issues in 1 repository
19 contributions in private repositories Jun 2 – Jun 16

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