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nanohtml - :dragon: HTML template strings for the Browser with support for Server Side Rendering in Node

  •    Javascript

HTML template strings for the Browser with support for Server Side Rendering in Node. By default all content inside template strings is escaped. This is great for strings, but not ideal if you want to insert HTML that's been returned from another function (for example: a markdown renderer). Use nanohtml/raw for to interpolate HTML directly.

hyperx - 🏷 - tagged template string virtual dom builder

  •    Javascript

This module is similar to JSX, but provided as a standards-compliant ES6 tagged template string function. hyperx works with virtual-dom, react, hyperscript, or any DOM builder with a hyperscript-style API: h(tagName, attrs, children).

multiline - Multiline strings in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Use ES2015 template literals instead whenever possible.It works by wrapping the text in a block comment, anonymous function, and a function call. The anonymous function is passed into the function call and the contents of the comment extracted.

yo-yo - A tiny library for building modular UI components using DOM diffing and ES6 tagged template literals

  •    Javascript

A tiny library for building modular UI components using DOM diffing and ES6 tagged template literals, powered by bel and morphdom and based on the "yo-yo" data binding pattern: data down, actions up.Give yo-yo a spin in your browser on RequireBin.


bel - :dragon: A simple library for composable DOM elements using tagged template strings.

  •    Javascript

A simple library for composable DOM elements using tagged template strings. If you're looking for a higher level front end framework, try yo-yo. Or even higher than that, try choo.

language-babel - ES2017, flow, React JSX and GraphQL grammar and transpilation for ATOM

  •    CoffeeScript

Language grammar for all versions of JavaScript including ES2016 and ESNext, JSX syntax as used by Facebook React, Atom's etch and others, as well as optional typed JavaScript using Facebook flow. This package also supports highlighting of GraphQL language constructs when inside certain JavaScript template strings. For .graphql and .gql file support please see language-graphql . The colour of syntax is determined by the theme in use. By default the language-babel package will detect file types .js,.babel,.jsx, .es, .es6, .mjs and .flow. Use the standard ATOM interface to enable it for other file types. This provides a grammar that scopes the file in order to colour the text in a meaningful way. If other JavaScript grammars are enabled these may take precedence over language-babel. Look at the bottom right status bar indicator to determine the language grammar of a file being edited. language-babel will be shown as either Babel or Babel ES6 JavaScript. Clicking the name will allow the grammar for a file to be changed.

t7 - Lightweight virtual DOM templating library

  •    Javascript

t7.js is a small, lightweight JavaScript template library that compiles ES2015 template strings into virtual DOM objects. Template strings allow for JavaScript expressions to be embedded within literal strings. With that in mind, it made logical sense to build a small library around them to assist developers wanting to work with virtual DOM frameworks without the overhead of learning a new language. t7 does not introduce new syntax into the mix like other templating engines do, it simply uses pure JavaScript and HTML.

tag - A command line tool to manipulate tags on Mac OS X files, and to query for files with those tags

  •    Objective-C

tag is a command line tool to manipulate tags on Mac OS X files (10.9 Mavericks and above), and to query for files with those tags. tag can use the file system's built-in metadata search functionality to rapidly find all files that have been tagged with a given set of tags. The add operation adds one or more tags to the specified files without modifying any tags already there.

tagged (MP3::Tag)

  •    Perl

tagged consists of MP3::Tag and tk-tag. MP3::Tag is a Perl module for reading and writing MP3-Tags (ID3v1/1.1 and ID3v2.3). tk-tag is an application based on Perl/Tk which uses these modules to edit MP3-Tags, including an automatically update of filen

graphql-tag - A JavaScript template literal tag that parses GraphQL queries

  •    Javascript

You can easily explore GraphQL ASTs on astexplorer.net.GraphQL strings are the right way to write queries in your code, because they can be statically analyzed using tools like eslint-plugin-graphql. However, strings are inconvenient to manipulate, if you are trying to do things like add extra fields, merge multiple queries together, or other interesting stuff.

python-versioneer - version-string management for VCS-controlled trees

  •    Python

This is a tool for managing a recorded version number in distutils-based python projects. The goal is to remove the tedious and error-prone "update the embedded version string" step from your release process. Making a new release should be as easy as recording a new tag in your version-control system, and maybe making new tarballs. For released software, the version identifier is closely related to a VCS tag. Some projects use tag names that include more than just the version string (e.g. "myproject-1.2" instead of just "1.2"), in which case the tool needs to strip the tag prefix to extract the version identifier. For unreleased software (between tags), the version identifier should provide enough information to help developers recreate the same tree, while also giving them an idea of roughly how old the tree is (after version 1.2, before version 1.3). Many VCS systems can report a description that captures this, for example git describe --tags --dirty --always reports things like "0.7-1-g574ab98-dirty" to indicate that the checkout is one revision past the 0.7 tag, has a unique revision id of "574ab98", and is "dirty" (it has uncommitted changes.

Tagging manager

  •    PHP

Tagging Manager is a tool where each user can tag website's with meta-data. Features: Template based System, RSS-output, Multiuser Language support, Archive of tagged pages, Automatic tag-suggetions based on page metadata, Taxonomy-system

metamorph.js

  •    Javascript

Metamorph.js is a library that allows you to create a string of HTML, insert it into the DOM, and update the contents later. It works for normal cases, like inserting text into a <p> tag, and more complicated cases, like updating an <li> inside a <ul> or a <tr> inside a <table> (even after the <tbody> was automatically generated). The motivation for the Metamorph library is to make it possible for template engines to insert arbitrary content into a String of outputted HTML that they are generating with the ability to replace exactly that content later.

mist - A distributed, tag-based pub-sub service for modern web applications and container-driven cloud

  •    Go

Mist is a simple pub/sub based on the idea that messages are tagged. To subscribe, a client simply constructs a list of tags that it is interested in, and all messages that are tagged with all of those tags are sent to that client. A client can not only be a subscriber (with multiple active subscriptions), but also a publisher. Clients will receive messages for any tags they are subscribed, except message publish by themselves.

glue - Glue strings to data in R. Small, fast, dependency free interpreted string literals.

  •    R

Glue strings to data in R. Small, fast, dependency free interpreted string literals. This lets you indent the strings naturally in code.

not-awesome-es6-classes - A curated list of resources on why ES6 (aka ES2015) classes are NOT awesome

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Reverse-inspired by all of the awesome lists on GitHub, like Awesome, Awesome Awesomeness, Awesome JavaScript, Awesome React, Awesome Cycle.js, Awesome Go, Awesome Elixir, Awesome Elm, etc. While ES6 brings several useful and syntactically pleasing new features to JavaScript, there are many people in the JS community who feel that adding class syntax to the language was a mistake. I share this sentiment, but I have encountered quite a few programmers in the wild who don't agree or simply don't seem to understand why some of us have this opinion. So, I wanted to create an online reference where people could come to learn specifically about this issue and why they might not actually need class syntax in JavaScript.