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  1. React Speedometer component using d3.js ⚛️

    JavaScript 191 50

  2. Vue component library for showing speedometer like gauge using d3

    JavaScript 47 7

  3. react-slite Public

    Slack inspired text editing using Slate.js

    TypeScript 3

  4. Moon phase visualizer is a simple demo to understand how Moon's phases (and eclipses) occur. 🚀

    HTML 23 11

  5. remindoro Public

    📝 Chrome/Firefox Extension to get reminders(repeat/one-time). Edit notes with live rich text editor. 🗃️

    TypeScript 14 2

  6. slog Public

    Elixir module to print anything (single/multiple values) as string for debugging. Slog takes a list of values or a single value that is printed as string for debugging. Any value (string, atom, map…

    Elixir 1

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Activity overview
Contributed to palerdot/remindoro, palerdot/react-slite, palerdot/slate-mark and 27 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2022

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in opencollective/opencollective-frontend that received 12 comments

Fix spacing issues for new member invite cards

Resolve opencollective/opencollective#5585 Description This PR adds a minimum height to description paragraph (matching the line-height) in new me…

+8 −4 12 comments
Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository
growthbook/growthbook 1 merged
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
opencollective/opencollective-frontend 1 pull request
Opened 2 issues in 1 repository
palerdot/remindoro 2 open

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