listifi.app codebase now public

April 7, 2021 on Eric Bower's blog

I would like to officially announce that I have open-sourced listifi mainly so I can use it as a reference for future blog articles.

Link to source code: https://github.com/neurosnap/listifi

In following blog articles, I plan on taking a deep dive into how I build modern web applications using listifi as the primary example.


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