introduction
Neil Kistner

Hello, I'm Neil Kistner, a software engineer in St. Louis.

Me Around The Internet

social

Employment

employment

Juristat

April 2017Present

Monsanto

September 2015April 2017

Safety National

December 2013September 2015

SteadyRain

February 2012December 2013

CSC

April 2011February 2012

Panera Bread

March 2007March 2011

Core Team Member

core-team

Contributions Made

contributions
A declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.
JavaScript
93.6%
HTML
2.7%
CSS
1.4%
+ 5 more
Predictable state container for JavaScript apps
TypeScript
82.4%
JavaScript
12.8%
CSS
4.8%
Declarative routing for React
JavaScript
89.2%
Objective-C
3.7%
CSS
2.7%
+ 4 more
📦🐈 Fast, reliable, and secure dependency management.
JavaScript
98.7%
Shell
1.0%
PowerShell
0.2%
+ 1 more
Delightful JavaScript Testing.
JavaScript
74.2%
TypeScript
25.6%
CSS
0.2%
The repository for high quality TypeScript type definitions.
TypeScript
100.0%
⚛️ Fast 3kB React alternative with the same modern API. Components & Virtual DOM.
JavaScript
97.5%
TypeScript
2.5%
Web Starter Kit - a workflow for multi-device websites
HTML
55.2%
JavaScript
32.7%
CSS
12.1%
A spring that solves your animation problems.
JavaScript
99.5%
HTML
0.5%
A React framework for building text editors.
JavaScript
98.8%
CSS
1.2%
A fully pluggable tool for identifying and reporting on patterns in JavaScript
JavaScript
99.9%
HTML
0.1%
Awesome list of Redux examples and middlewares
ReactJS based Presentation Library
JavaScript
94.9%
HTML
5.1%
⚪ SVG-Powered component to easily create placeholder loadings (like Facebook cards loading)
TypeScript
89.8%
JavaScript
10.2%
nivo provides a rich set of dataviz components, built on top of the awesome d3 and Reactjs libraries
JavaScript
98.1%
CSS
1.4%
Makefile
0.5%
React specific linting rules for ESLint
JavaScript
100.0%
A backend for the OCaml compiler which emits JavaScript.
OCaml
77.7%
JavaScript
14.3%
Standard ML
3.4%
+ 4 more
LostGrid is a powerful grid system built in PostCSS that works with any preprocessor and even van…
JavaScript
100.0%
The React documentation website
JavaScript
89.3%
CSS
10.0%
HTML
0.7%
JQuery multiselect plugin based on Twitter Bootstrap.
HTML
76.9%
JavaScript
22.9%
TypeScript
0.1%

Open Source Projects

projects
A calculator built with Reason and reason-react.
OCaml
98.4%
HTML
1.6%
FSA-compliant middleware for Redux to debounce actions.
JavaScript
100.0%
The awesome icons provided by Seti UI theme.
CSS
88.5%
JavaScript
11.5%
Adds a display name to the stateless component in the React Dev Tools.
JavaScript
100.0%
BuckleScript bindings for react-testing-library.
OCaml
100.0%
A Gatsby source plugin for pulling in data from GraphQL APIs.
TypeScript
100.0%
BuckleScript bindings for dom-testing-library.
OCaml
100.0%
My personal ESLint rules.
JavaScript
100.0%
A port of the Hybrid Next theme to VS Code.
TypeScript
100.0%
BuckleScript bindings for jest-dom.
OCaml
100.0%
The personal website of Neil Kistner.
OCaml
99.8%
Dockerfile
0.2%
Uses GitHub status to wait for a Now deployment to complete.
TypeScript
100.0%
A flexible full-color icon package for use in Atom.
JavaScript
98.8%
CSS
1.2%
My personal ESLint config.
JavaScript
100.0%
My solutions to Advent of Code 2017 written in Reason.
OCaml
100.0%
Convert Preact components to JSON.
TypeScript
100.0%
A calculator built with TypeScript.
TypeScript
94.4%
JavaScript
4.7%
HTML
0.9%
Working through the chapters of the book and writing the examples.
Rust
99.6%
HTML
0.4%
Generate a GitHub release.
TypeScript
100.0%
Write a change log.
TypeScript
100.0%
conclusion

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