Discoveries #15 - Self Hosted
Especially on Github you can find amazing open source solutions for self hosting, that makes it unnecessary to rely on web services from companies you did not know. In this issue of Discoveries I would like to introduce you to a few of them … Happy Holidays
- Cal.com (formerly Calendso)
- Statsig's Status Page
AppFlowy.IO is a Notion clone, written in Flutter and Rust und runs on macOS (with installer), Windows and Linux.
Bangle.io is a web based note taking platform, like Notion, but local only. It is written in TypeScript and relies on Markdown and works also offline.
Cal.com (formerly Calendso)by Cal.com Team
RSS-proxyby Github User 'damoeb'
RSS-proxy (demo), written in TypeScript, is a web service to create ATOM, RSS or JSON feeds by analyzing a websites static HTML structure. Helpful for websites, that doesn’t provide a feed.
FreshRSSby Alexandre Alapetite & Others
FreshRSS (demo) is an alternative to feed.ly and other online RSS readers and aggregators, written in PHP. It supports custom tags, push notifications and extensions and has a CLI.
Statsig's Status Pageby statsig.com Team
This open source status page solution (demo) uses Github actions to run a
sh script every hour against configurable URL’s to check their status and log it in a static
changedetection.ioby Github User 'dgtlmoon'
Web solution for monitoring configurable websites or JSON API’s for changes, written in Python. It detects changes, notifies and shows the differences.
Homerby Bastien Wirtz
A simple, but nice dashboard for your servers and services, configurable with YAML and written in Vue.
Fiddlyby Sara Vieira
Fiddly creates customizable HTML pages out of your Github projects README files for hosting on Github Pages , Netlify or others under a dedicated domain.
FileDropby Khodadad (Adrian) Nouchin
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