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Challenge #22 — Handpicked tales for at the moment — Could 11

Welcome to the twenty second version of Espresso Bytes, a every day digest by Higher Programming.

At the moment, we’re highlighting just a few open-source initiatives alongside a SwiftUI app that simulates the iPod design. Apple has officially discontinued the iPod Touch today— so it’s a superb time to recollect the occasions of that iPod all of us cherished.

By Fernando Moya de Rivas

Questioning easy methods to replicate the traditional iPod Album cowl and wheel designs? Fernando digs deep into its implementation and comes up with a neat SwiftUI software:

By Alfredo Fomitchenko

In his debut put up with Higher Programming, Alfredo walks us by way of his first open-source challenge that strives to enhance Spark efficiency visualization by offering an intuitive illustration of what occurs inside a Spark app.

By Miakangnyc

DeSolver is an open supply, light-weight, minimalist and un-opinionated Node.js — GraphQL framework offering a strong but approachable API for modularizing resolver enterprise logic.

By Robert Crocker

We’re all looking for performant chart libraries for our internet apps. Gladly, Robert and folk have mixed React + D3 to provide you with a contemporary, visually interesting, and speedy charts library resolution — and you may code it in a declarative vogue!

By Very Good Ventures Team

With Google I/O kicking off this week, the “Very Good Ventures Workforce” teamed up with the Flutter staff to reimagine a recreation that each 90s child loves — the traditional pinball recreation constructed utilizing Flutter, Firebase, and Flame!

By Kevin Wan

Utilizing JSON for Restful API configuration information might be cumbersome. However it doesn’t must be. Kevin presents a greater resolution by way of his open-source challenge — go-zero.

That wraps up this version. Thanks for studying.

Till your subsequent espresso,

Anupam and the Higher Programming staff.

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