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manekinekko/README.md

Hey there! I am Wassim Chegham! 

I'm Wassim, I create tools for developers. I am a long-time Angular active contributor. I work at Microsoft as a Senior Developer Advocate Engineer specialized in JavaScript. I am the creator of thundr.dev, xlayers.dev, ngx.tools, hexa.run, and many more (see below). I am also a GDE for Google and an ambassador for Auth0.

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Game Boy Nintendo with CSS

The Nintendo Game Boy built only with CSS 🔥

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Thundr: The ultimate BaaS for Azure

The ultimate backend as a service for Microsoft Azure (hosting, storage, authentication, database, workflows) 🚀

Azure Static Web Apps CLI

The official Azure Static Web Apps CLI.

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Windows NT/2000 theme for VS Code

A Windows NT/2000 theme for VS Code 🎉

Photo Booth App

An online photobooth app, with 25+ filters (using WebGl and Shaders). It also uses machine learning and Neural Style Transfer for even more awesome effects!

xLayers.dev (sponsor xLayers)

xLayers is a community-driven effort to bridge the gap between designers, who implement the UI sketch and developers who implement the code from these design sketches. Put simply, xLayers is a code generation tool for your design sketches: use xLayers to instantly scaffold your components out of your design.

ngx.tools

An Angular package repository

Catsify

Choose a unique and creative cat's name

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Hue Action

Github Action: Trigger your Philips Hue lights from your Github workflow.

Hexa

The ultimate companion for the Azure CLI. Setup and deploy in seconds.

Nitro

Nitro is the simplest way to build & deploy Serverless Node.js backends on Azure.

Public Biography

Wassim is a passionate and big supporter of Open Source. He currently works for Microsoft Azure as Senior Developer Advocate, specialized in JavaScript. In addition to being a contributor on Angular, Bazel and Node.js, Wassim is also the author of many tools for developers such as xlayers.dev and ngx.tools. For his many contributions to the developer community, Auth0 nominated Wassim as an Auth Ambassador, and Google nominated him as a GDE on Web technologies, Angular, Google Assistant as well as GCP. In his free time, Wassim is learning electronic music composition (EDM) as well as drawing and sketch noting. You can reach out to Wassim any time on his Twitter account @manekinekko or wassim.dev.

Pinned

  1. Angular Klingon: The UI companion for the @angular/cli

    TypeScript 191 23

  2. Generate code from your design

    TypeScript 799 91

  3. A curated list of awesome tools and resources about dev containers for common programming languages and technology stacks to boost your developer productivity 🚀

    208 10

  4. The missing Web Bluetooth module for Angular

    TypeScript 180 50

  5. hexa Public

    Hexa: The ultimate companion for Azure. Setup and deploy in seconds

    TypeScript 73 8

  6. View the dependencies tree of you Angular application

    TypeScript 601 88

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