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Reproducing images with geometric primitives.
A curated list of awesome Raspberry Pi tools, projects, images and resources
Snapshot of North Korea's DNS data taken from zone transfers.
UPMiss open source, use MVP.
The core of it is SVG .
ActSwitchAnimTool make the Animation easy to implements, and it compat the version of Android 4.0 or above.
Efficient implementation of Wavenet generation.
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These repos were open sourced on September 20, 2016
How to write high-quality friendly documentation that people want to read.
imgo is a push server and IM server written by golang based on goim
PIP Video Player for iOS
Experimental implementation of Poker (Texas Hold'em) rules in Swift Lang
This is a Chinese version of Programming with Objective-C that is translated by Innovation Studio iOS Group in USETC. 苹果开发者平台Objective-C文档的中文翻译版本，翻译者来自电子科技大学创联工作室iOS组。
A tensorflow implementation of informative generative adversarial network (InfoGAN ). I've added supervised loss to original InfoGAN.
Keep you away from the distracting websites.
Maintain rpm and deb repositories on s3
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A stylish music player for android device 16+
A Facebook Messenger Bot that supports Voice Recognition, Natural Language Processing and features such as: search nearby restaurants, search trending news, transcribe and save memos to the cloud.
Best UI/UX Design Resources For Developer & Designer Ever :)
An unofficial 12306 Client for Mac
Gorgonia is a library that helps facilitate machine learning in Go.
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