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There are 6,000+ quality AWS open source repositories on GitHub but are completely unorganized. I made a search engine and browser for all of them, all curated carefully with 1000+ filters.

There are 6,000+ quality AWS open source repositories on GitHub but are completely unorganized. I made a search engine and browser for all of them, all curated carefully with 1000+ filters.

JourneyToJah

Saved. I know I’m going to need this someday.


inspirareVulpes

I say that every time..and now I'm in the 200+ saved posts! Help!!


irrational_design

Only 200? Is this your first day on Reddit?


inspirareVulpes

I only saved what I thought I'd need , looks like I'll need to download the interwebz


valkon_gr

Most of my saved links are dead pages and 404. That's a relief. Saved.


dark_salad

Start saving entire pages locally as images! ctrl + shift + I > ctrl + shift + P > "capture full size screenshot" > enter


imsekun

You could always use [this](https://archive.org/web/)!


RobinsonDickinson

Very nice! May I know what frameworks/tech stacks you used to build this site?


quxcentius

I collected the data using GitHub search API to get a quality result set. I then used this no-code data app creation tool called [Polymer Search](https://polymersearch.com). It basically converts any spreadsheet or dataset into a search and interactive app like this one. The underlying web platform seems to be built on Vue.js and Google’s Golang stack (for performance and latency reasons).


35202129078

Wow this looks amazing


vampiire

Holy shit your project is amazingly useful and this tool is epic. How have I never heard of it? Is it new?


quxcentius

Thanks! Yes, Polymer is pretty new. They only made their beta public about a month ago.


IrishWilly

First time I've seen Polymer and I love it. Did you have to do much to get it to read your spreadsheet into the elements you wanted or does it automatically figure out the context well?


quxcentius

It's a great tool 👍. It has a powerful AI backend that finds relationships within your data, so most of the work is done automatically. It's free if you want to try it out.


obsidian_core

Using Wappalyzer, it looks like they used Node.js, Express, Vue.js.


tennis-freak-tau

I would like to know this as well because the website looks very responsive. I also really liked the sidebar


irrational_design

Is there any way to search for "step functions" AND "lambdas" instead of using an OR?


jks880

Nice, but the UI could use some work. Hard to parse with a quick glance


Nemeesiis68

Agree !


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nomadProgrammer

OK boomer


rookietotheblue1

Lmao


tennis-freak-tau

This is some good stuff!


blargfellow

Cheers, looks helpful for getting an overview of the landscape.


vrtechtoday

Very nice


zenivinez

wow I already found something awesome...


johntellsall

wow, this is great, thanks!


thunder_jaxx

OMG!. This is amazing. I was looking for something like this. Thank you very kind stranger!


spif

I did a search for "security audit" and the first result was scout2 which hasn't been updated since 2018


Ciph3rzer0

Finding open source projects is so difficult. I keep track of every one I come across as there's next to no chance I'll be able to find it again or something similarly useful/interesting