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  1. A set of React components for the PatternFly project.

    TypeScript 496 253

  2. Reusable React components, hooks, and TypeScript modules shared between Konveyor UI projects

    TypeScript 1 6

  3. Migration Toolkit for Virtualization UI

    TypeScript 3 11

  4. Openshift Migration UI

    TypeScript 11 26

  5. A multiplayer browser-based game based on Mad-Libs, implemented using Node.js, and Blaze.

    JavaScript 1 2

  6. Java Isometric Graphics System Awesome Wow: My high school attempt to make a 3D engine in Java2D


1,865 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to konveyor/forklift-ui, konveyor/lib-ui, patternfly/patternfly-react and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

July 2021

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in konveyor/forklift-ui that received 8 comments

Bug 1985475: SelectVMsForm: Ensure the latest versions of already-selected VMs are used when re-rendering from new query data

When the SelectVMsForm is mounted, if there are already any selected VMs in form state (because either you are editing an existing plan, or you hav…

+8 −6 8 comments
Opened 24 other pull requests in 4 repositories
1 open 16 merged 3 closed
2 merged
1 merged
1 merged

Created an issue in konveyor/forklift-ui that received 5 comments

Filter VMs step of wizard: revisit unintuitive VM count badges in tree view

See comment here: #675 (comment) The numbers of VMs in the badges we show in the tree represent the count of ALL VMs from any selected descendants …

Started 1 discussion in 1 repository
25 contributions in private repositories Jul 9 – Jul 11

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