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concurrently - Run commands concurrently. Like `npm run watch-js & npm run watch-less` but better.

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Run multiple commands concurrently. Like npm run watch-js & npm run watch-less but better. I like task automation with npm but the usual way to run multiple commands concurrently is npm run watch-js & npm run watch-css. That's fine but it's hard to keep on track of different outputs. Also if one process fails, others still keep running and you won't even notice the difference.

codebox-npm - Serverless private npm registry using https://serverless.com/

  •    Javascript

Codebox npm is a serverless npm registry to allow companies that wish to keep their intellectual property. It allows sharing of npm modules within a company but additionally allows access to all of the modules on public npm. One other major difference is that it replaces npm login authentication to be via github / github enterprise. Users are always required to be authenticated when using codebox as their npm registry. It is currently compatible with the latest version of the npm & yarn cli.

shrinkpack - Fast, resilient, reproducible builds with npm install.

  •    Javascript

Shrinkpack complements the npm shrinkwrap command by maintaining a node_shrinkwrap directory in your project, containing the exact same tarballs that npm install downloads from https://registry.npmjs.org. The rest of the npm install process is exactly the same. The only difference is that no network activity is necessary when installing and building your project. The node_shrinkwrap directory can be ignored in your editor (much like is done with the node_modules directory) but is instead checked into source control.

npm-windows-upgrade - :rocket: Upgrade npm on Windows

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collide

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- `npm install`- `npm install -g browserify`- `npm run test` runs jasmine-node tests. `npm run autotest` will watch and test- `npm run build`- Generated file `dist/collide.js` is require/CommonJS/window friendly. If you include it, it will be included as `window.collide`.- Note: the `collide.js` found in project root is only updated on release. The built version in dist is not added to git and should be used while developing.


node-red-nodes - Extra nodes for Node-RED

  •    Javascript

A collection of nodes for Node-RED. See below for a list. All of these nodes are available as individual npm packages. See the list below for the npm package names, or search npm.

npm-register - Your own private npm registry and backup server

  •    Javascript

Your own private npm registry and backup server. Designed to be easy to set up and maintain, performant, and stable. This project allows you to have your own npm registry. This server works with the necessary npm commands just like the npmjs.org registry. You can use it to not worry about npm going down or to store your private packages. It performs much faster than npmjs.org and can even be matched with a CDN like Cloudfront to be fast globally.

nps - :100: All the benefits of npm scripts without the cost of a bloated package

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Even though npm scripts have a ton of advantages (learn more), it can grow into an unmaintainable mess in your package.json file. Part of the problem is we're configuring scripts in json which has fundamental issues (like no comments).To use nps, it's recommended that you either install it globally (npm i -g nps) or add ./node_modules/bin to your $PATH (be careful that you know what you're doing when doing this, find out how here).

packagephobia - ⚖️ Find the cost of adding a new dev dependency to your project

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Package Phobia reports the size of an npm package before you install it. This is useful for inspecting potential devDependencies without using up precious disk space or waiting minutes for npm install. Ain't nobody got time for dat.

uikit - 🛠 Component code and tests for the design system

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The UI-Kit for the Australian Government Design System. The GOV.AU UI-Kit is distributed through the npm ecosystem and can only be installed through the npm command. Npm requires node.js and the UI-Kit needs a node.js 5 or higher.

luna - NPM Package manager through a modern UI

  •    Javascript

Luna is a management tool for developers to organize npm packages. You can install, view, update, uninstall your npm global packages or manage your packages from a local directory.

ml - Machine learning tools in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

This library is a compilation of the tools developed in the mljs organization. It is mainly maintained for use in the browser. If you are working with Node.js, you might prefer to add to your dependencies only the libraries that you need, as they are usually published to npm more often. We prefix all our npm package names with ml- (eg. ml-matrix) so they are easy to find. It will be available as the global ML variable. The package is in UMD format and can be "required" within webpack or requireJS.

NodeOS - Lightweight operating system using Node.js as userspace

  •    Shell

Lightweight operating system using Node.js as userspace. NodeOS is an operating system built entirely in Javascript and managed by npm. Any package in npm is a NodeOS package, that means a selection of more than 400.000 packages. The goal of NodeOS is to provide just enough to let npm provide the rest. Since anyone can contribute to it, anyone can create NodeOS packages.

awesome-npm-scripts - Everything awesome related to npm scripts and using npm as a build tool.

  •    Javascript

Everything awesome for using npm as a build tool. You might also like awesome-npm.

npm-build-boilerplate - A collection of packages that build a website using npm scripts.

  •    Javascript

A collection of packages that build a website using npm scripts. autoprefixer, browser-sync, eslint, imagemin-cli, node-sass, onchange, npm-run-all, postcss-cli, svgo, svg-sprite-generator, uglify-js.

apm - Atom Package Manager

  •    CoffeeScript

You can configure apm by using the apm config command line option (recommended) or by manually editing the ~/.atom/.apmrc file as per the npm config.apm bundles npm with it and spawns npm processes to install Atom packages. The major difference is that apm sets multiple command line arguments to npm to ensure that native modules are built against Chromium's v8 headers instead of node's v8 headers.

slow-deps - 🐌 Measure which dependencies in a project are slowest to npm install

  •    Javascript

CLI to measure which dependencies in a project are the slowest to npm install. Run this in a directory with a package.json, and it will take all the dependencies, devDependencies, and optionalDependencies, then npm install each one in a temporary directory with a temporary cache, then measure the install times. Each dependency is then listed from slowest to fastest.

nwb - A toolkit for React, Preact, Inferno & vanilla JS apps, React libraries and other npm modules for the web, with no configuration (until you need it)

  •    Javascript

Installing globally provides an nwb command for quick development and working with projects. Using npm >= 3 is recommended, as Babel takes significantly more time and disk space to install with npm 2 due to its lack of deduplication.

updtr - Update outdated npm modules with zero pain™

  •    Javascript

Based on npm outdated, updtr installs the latest version and runs npm test for each dependency. In case the test succeeds, updtr saves the new version number to your package.json. Otherwise, updtr rolls back the conflicting update. Additionally, it will use yarn instead of npm when a yarn.lock file is present in your project.