There’s always a blinding open-source alternative to whatever pro software you need for your development work and if you know where to look for one.
We have tons of Open-Source projects on Github and find ways to contribute to open source projects on GitHub that are relevant to you. Octoverse gives a surprisingly good overview of the report and helps you choose the best.
There are many ways to contribute to open-source, and the below data from the octoverse 2020 states we have contribution from diverse fields.
Below are some of the listed top open-source projects.
A framework for building native apps with React. Contribute to facebook/react-native development by creating an account…
Flutter makes it easy and fast to build beautiful apps for mobile and beyond. - flutter/flutter
This repository (" Code - OSS") is where we (Microsoft) develop the Visual Studio Code product. Not only do we work on…
Free and open source text editor, brought to you by GitHub The hackable text editor 📖 Documentation for Atom…
Version 5 - the iconic SVG, font, and CSS framework The internet's most popular icon toolkit has been redesigned and…
Sleek, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development. Explore Bootstrap docs "…
Vue.js is an MIT-licensed open source project with its ongoing development made possible entirely by the support of…
Documentation TensorFlow is an end-to-end open source platform for machine learning. It has a comprehensive, flexible…
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If you are non programmer then here comes a list of Open Source projects where you can contribute without any programming knowledge.
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If you’re just exploring the open-source world for the first time, check out the Octoverse report for a full breakdown of what people interested in — and feel free to contribute, of course, if you have something valuable to add.