You can search for topics associated with repositories on GitHub.

Search GitHub for topics

You can search for topics on GitHub, explore related topics, and see how many repositories are associated with a certain topic.

  1. Navigate to https://github.com/search.
  2. Type a topic keyword. search field
  3. In the left sidebar, to narrow your search to topics, click Topics. Jekyll repository search results page with topics side-menu option highlighted

Narrowing your search with search qualifiers

If you want to explore repositories about a certain topic, find projects to contribute to, or learn which topics are most popular on GitHub, you can search topics with the search qualifiers is:featured or is:curated.

The is:featured search qualifier will narrow search results to the topics with the most repositories on GitHub. These topics are also featured at https://github.com/topics/.

The is:curated search qualifier will narrow search results to topics, which community members have added extra information to. For more information, see the explore repository at https://github.com/github/explore.

Qualifier Example
is:curated is:curated javascript matches topics that are curated and contain the word "javscript."
is:featured is:featured javascript matches topics that are featured on https://github.com/topics/ and contain the word "javascript."
is:not-curated is:not-curated javascript matches topics that don't have extra information, such as a description or logo, and contain the word "javascript."
is:not-featured is:not-featured javascript matches topics that aren't featured on https://github.com/topics/ and contain the word "javascript."

Search repositories by topic

You can use the topic: qualifier to find every repository connected to a particular topic. For more information, see "Searching for repositories."

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