Traverse is a GitHub explorer. You can browse repositories trending by frequency and language.
If you find Traverse interesting, please consider giving it a Star.
I love browsing trending repositories on GitHub. Historically, that page was kinda hidden and took some digging to get to. I wanted to build an app that would make findind new repositories easier.
I was building this app, and ended up finding this awesome extension called GitHunt using Traverse. GitHunt is great, but it can be distracting when it opens and I am in the middle of something. I've gotten sidetracked before while working when I opened a new tab and finding a cool project and went down that whole rabbit hole.
Need to focus? Not a problem. Traverse is a dedicated application you can open and close at your hearts content.
Traverse is unfortunately no longer available in Homebrew Cask since we did not meet the minimum downloads. To install traverse, grab it from our latest releases
Traverse is an Electron app built with React, in TypeScript. It uses Jest/Chai + Enzyme for the test framework. Webpack to bundle, Redux and Redux Saga for the store, and uses the GitHub REST API with the Axios rest client.
git clone https://github.com/jasonraimondi/traverse cd traverse/
After you've cloned the repository.
npm install npm run start
npm run test # npm run test:watch # for running/watching
If you are using an IntelliJ IDE, you should see an option for 'Unit Tests' in the top righthand corner.
First you need to create a personal access token with the "repo" scope selected. Copy this access token, we are going to need to add it as
GH_TOKEN in our .env.sh.
cp .env.sample.sh .env.sh vim .env.sh
After you add your token, make sure the package.json version is updated.
Traverse is MIT licensed.