|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|500 Lines or Less|
|Kubernetes And Docker The Complete Guide||91||8 months ago||3||mit||Less|
|Kubernetes and Docker: The Complete Guide, published by Packt|
|500lines Pdf||77||5 years ago||2||Python|
|"500 Lines or less" book compiled to PDF|
|Dfg Viewer||24||12 days ago||36||gpl-3.0||Less|
|The DFG Viewer is a free web service for browsing digitized books from remote library repositories in a rich and dynamic environment.|
|Google Cloud Platform Cookbook||24||8 months ago||3||mit||Less|
|Google Cloud Platform Cookbook, published by Packt|
|Learning Asp.net Core 2.0||22||8 months ago||mit||Less|
|Learning ASP.NET Core 2.0, published by Packt|
|Colornerd||16||3 years ago||1||HTML|
|A comprehensive library of color books from various paint companies, implemented in Sass, Less, Stylus, and JSON. Bring this into your preprocessor of choice to have easy access to a huge library of colors, without any performance impact on the end-user.|
|Reading_list||4||4 months ago||1||mit||Less|
|Colorly||3||9 years ago||Python|
|Sass, LESS, and Stylus implementations of a massive library of color books from PANTONE, ANPA, HKS, Focoltone, DIC, TOYO, and TRUMATCH. Contains 21,652 colors!|
|Styling With Less||2||10 years ago|
|Open-source eBook about LESS/Less.js. Learn how to transition from CSS to LESS, compile LESS to CSS, and best practices and conventions for getting the most out of the language.|
The DFG Viewer is a free browser web service for displaying digitized books from remote library repositories in a rich and dynamic environment. It has an OAI-PMH interface for exchanging meta- and structural data in the METS and IIIF formats.
As a result, users are provided with a uniform interface for viewing and interacting with digitized media. They can browse documents, view and download the individual digital representations (images and text) in various resolutions and use further enhanced options if the library provides additional data.
The DFG Viewer is based on the free CMS TYPO3 and the Digital Library Framework of Kitodo.Presentation. It can be used free of charge by anyone interested. This can either be done via the web service operated by the Saxon State and University Library Dresden or by means of a local implementation. You can find comprehensive documentations, examples and useful tips regarding both application scenarios at the project's home page.
Older releases can be found on Launchpad.
The development of the DFG Viewer is predominantly funded by the German Research Foundation.