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  1. react-unity-webgl

    React Unity WebGL provides an easy solution for embedding Unity WebGL builds in your React application, with two-way communication between your React and Unity application with advanced API's.

    TypeScript 162 20

  2. strcss

    StrCSS gives you super power with enclosed style sheets for component based systems. Simple, light weight, super fast, custom properties and selectors for your front-end! 🧞‍

    TypeScript 3 1

  3. tangela

    You'll never get tangled in your code while write animations again, with Tangela you'll write simple and lightweight functional web animations with ease!

    TypeScript 1

  4. professor-samuel-oak/slack

    Slack integration for Professor Samuel Oak, a real-time Pokémon battle bot for group chat clients.

    TypeScript 2

  5. unity-packages/web-sockets

    Unity Web Sockets provides a wrapper for using Web Sockets, an advanced technology that allows real-time interactive communication between the client browser and a server. It uses a completely diff…

    C# 3

  6. unity-packages/entity-component-system

    This simple ECS offers a better approach to game design that allows you to concentrate on the actual problems you are solving: the data and behavior that make up your game. By moving from object-or…

    C# 1

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October 2018

Created an issue in jeffreylanters/strcss that received 1 comment

Test Env Hashtags

Describe the bug Hashtags to escape the URL To Reproduce Use for example a color code

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