Open-source software Contributed
11/12/2020 I created Pull Requests in 51 repositories with a sum of ≈539,590 stars. Click to see a list of all repositories.
Repositories I contributed to with their star count. Links point to a list of my Pull Requests to that repository. Repository Stars facebook/react ≈158,859 mui-org/material-ui ≈62,333 vercel/next.js ≈56,794 babel/babel ≈37,762 facebook/jest ≈33,073 DefinitelyTyped/DefinitelyTyped ≈30,736 typescript-cheatsheets/react ≈19,442 less/less.js ≈16,451 jsdom/jsdom ≈14,919 tannerlinsley/react-query ≈14,845 testing-library/react-testing-library ≈13,162 emotion-js/emotion ≈11,927 reactjs/react-transition-group ≈7,858 tensorflow/tfjs-models ≈7,624 cssinjs/jss ≈6,031 gaearon/overreacted.io ≈5,807 reactjs/reactjs.org ≈5,134 microsoft/TypeScript-Handbook ≈4,843 oliviertassinari/react-swipeable-views ≈3,729 fkling/astexplorer ≈3,517 dequelabs/axe-core ≈3,396 mdn/browser-compat-data ≈3,114 yarnpkg/berry ≈2,609 testing-library/dom-testing-library ≈2,353 jsx-eslint/eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y ≈2,189 mui-org/material-ui-pickers ≈2,090 testing-library/jest-dom ≈1,984 mjackson/unpkg ≈1,624 ryanseddon/react-frame-component ≈1,099 atlassian/changesets ≈868 babel/website ≈621 kentcdodds/kentcdodds.com ≈536 microsoft/types-publisher ≈388 w3c/aria ≈353 microsoft/TypeScript-DOM-lib-generator ≈273 testing-library/testing-library-docs ≈250 crypto-browserify/sha.js ≈233 babel-utils/babel-plugin-tester ≈216 A11yance/aria-query ≈116 sw-yx/swyxdotio ≈105 ericf/css-mediaquery ≈80 jsdom/cssstyle ≈68 moroshko/shallow-equal ≈59 dperini/nwsapi ≈27 microsoft/DefinitelyTyped-tools ≈27 merceyz/typescript-to-proptypes ≈25 es-shims/object-is ≈23 joehillen/ev-fish ≈10 Uclusion/uclusion_web_ui ≈5 yarnplugins/yarn-plugin-deduplicate ≈3 ysgk/ie-fire-event-repro ≈0 Maintaining Material-UI
The focus is on the DOM and React part. It involves quite some upstream work in
aria-query and other dependencies.
Only after the first release candidate was published. Most of the contributions smoothen the migration from v1. Beyond that it’s mostly fixing the wider ecosystem and advocacy.
seek-oss/playroom was first presented by
Mark Dalgleish at ReactiveConf 2018. It is playground for design systems to be presented across multiple screen sizes. I only integrated Material-UI components into it as well as any demo on material-ui.com dom-accessibility-library
This is currently an experimental utility library for computing various properites of the accessibility tree. The goal is to have a library that can be used in your unit tests that run with
as well as in the browser.