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hansemannn/README.md

Hi there 👋

About Me

My name is Hans Knöchel and I'm the Co-Founder and CEO of Lambus, a collaborative travel platform. You can find more information on Lambus here!

Open Source

I spend some of my time in open source projects (roughly since 2014), primarily on iOS related projects as well as the Appcelerator Titanium ecosystem (acquired by Axway in 2016).

Sponsorship

I am leading the maintainence of roughly 70 open source libraries (180+ in total), many of them iOS-, Android,- or Titanium related. If you like using one of my projects, I appreciate becoming a Github sponsor - more information can be found at my sponsors profile. You're great!

Pinned

  1. 🚀 Native iOS- and Android- Apps with JavaScript

    Objective-C 2.5k 1.2k

  2. 📱 Example showing how to use the Core NFC API in iOS

    Swift 485 66

  3. 📺 A Swift utility "FBSDKLiveVideo" to stream Facebook Live videos on iOS

    Swift 54 20

  4. 🗺 Use the Google Maps iOS-SDK with Titanium Mobile.

    Objective-C 86 24

  5. 🍱 Mobile App to show canteen meals in Germany.

    JavaScript 24 10

  6. A tiny Google Chrome extension to fix the zoom-level on macOS 11.14 (Mojave) Beta.

    JavaScript 55 4

4,987 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

June 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
appcelerator/titanium_mobile 1 pull request
251 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 22

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