About the project: Android Auto Apps Downloader (AAAD) is an app for Android Phones that downloads popular Android Auto 3rd party apps and installs them in the correct way to have them in Android Auto. No root access required in the latest version.
About the project: PojavLauncher is a Minecraft: Java Edition launcher for Android and iOS based on Boardwalk. This launcher can launch almost all available Minecraft versions (from rd-132211 to 21w09a (1.17) snapshot, including Combat Test versions). Modding via Forge and Fabric are also supported.
About the project: high-performance Java API Gateway, ShenYu has been used widely in more and more systems in many companies, and it’s simple and convenient to integrate Services/APIs with the high performance and flexibility.
About the project:DataFusion is an extensible query execution framework, written in Rust, that uses Apache Arrow as its in-memory format.
DataFusion supports both an SQL and a DataFrame API for building logical query plans as well as a query optimizer and execution engine capable of parallel execution against partitioned data sources (CSV and Parquet) using threads.
DataFusion also supports distributed query execution via the Ballista crate.
About the project:the Solana Program Library (SPL) is a collection of on-chain programs targeting the Sealevel parallel runtime. These programs are tested against Solana’s implementation of Sealevel, solana-runtime, and deployed to its mainnet.
About the project:Solana is a fast, secure, and censorship resistant blockchain providing the open infrastructure required for global adoption.
Apache Pulsar (Java) and RustDesk (Rust) demonstrate impressive growth last 2 months.
Java is still present in Android development and there are projects worth to review. AAAD growth this month is amazing, looks like exactly what was needed.
It the quite an interesting idea with code examples I really like it.
Rust is giving a new breeze for tools development, this is a good sign that more robust, interested, and reliable tools will come. As a long-time Ubuntu user, I’m happy about that.
There is a demo page of egui project, definitely recommend seeing it.
Airbyte worth some time to review, especially considering they just raised a $26M Series-A round, led by Benchmark.
Last but not least, if we speak about the Rust projects – there are traditionally projects related to crypto and blockchain technologies. I think this is a good synergy for both (language & technology) of them.
Feel free to share your observations, ideas, and thoughts in the comments section below, I will be happy to read all of them.