All about your Github account, public and private activity, stars count, release download count, who followed/unfollowed and starred/unstarred your Github repositories plus daily email notification about changes and much more.
- My-Starhub: display total repos, stars and followers
- My-Starhub: public and private activity history listing plus filter
- My-Starhub: watch all repos for changes
- My-Starhub: daily email notification (only on changes)
- My-Starhub: notification for new followers, un-follower, stars, un-star
- My-Starhub: global user statistics on activities and used languages
- My-Starhub: main user organization statistic
- My-Starhub: list search and filter starred repos
- Statistics: stars and releases downloads counter analytics
- Tools: github applications selection and listing
- Tools: mail finder, username and user-id converter, site preview and git downloader
- Profiler: github profile for any github user with various statistics
- Profiler: direct access (starhub.be/github-user-name)
- And much more...
Running it locally
For Go projects to work they have to be cloned on the right places.
~/Code/Go as our default Go projects folder.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Github-Web-Apps/Starhub.git cd Starhub
Now, install Go 1.11+ and run:
To install the other project's dependencies.
Running the tests
Start up postgres and run:
createdb watchub for sql in ./migrations/*; do psql watchub -f $sql; done
Tunnel with ngrok
To test the entire flow, you'll need to install ngrok.
Install it, then just run:
ngrok http 3000
Then, create an application on github.
Fill it like this:
- Application name:
- Homepage URL: the ngrok http forwarding URL, e.g.
- Application description: empty
- Authorization callback URL: same as homepage url, but with a
GitHub will then give you a Client ID and a Client Secret.
Export them like this:
export GITHUB_CLIENT_ID="your client id" export GITHUB_CLIENT_SECRET="your client secret"
And then just run the app:
go run main.go