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Nancy - Lightweight, low-ceremony, framework for building HTTP based services on .Net and Mono

Nancy is a lightweight, low-ceremony, framework for building HTTP based services on .NET Framework/Core and Mono. The goal of the framework is to stay out of the way as much as possible and provide a super-duper-happy-path to all interactions.Nancy is designed to handle DELETE, GET, HEAD, OPTIONS, POST, PUT and PATCH requests and provides a simple, elegant, Domain Specific Language (DSL) for returning a response with just a couple of keystrokes, leaving you with more time to focus on the important bits.. your code and your application.

node - Node.js JavaScript runtime :sparkles::turtle::rocket::sparkles:

Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient. The Node.js package ecosystem, npm, is the largest ecosystem of open source libraries in the world.The Node.js project is supported by the Node.js Foundation. Contributions, policies, and releases are managed under an open governance model.

PrimeNG - The Most Complete User Interface Suite for Angular

PrimeNG is a collection of rich UI components for Angular. The most complete set of native widgets featuring 70+ easy to use components for all your UI requirements.

datejs - DateJS: Evolved. An updated, bug fixed, and actively maintained continuation of DateJS

DateJS extends the built-in JavaScript Date object to add much better parsing, internationalization support, and all the functions and syntactic sugar you could wish for. Date JS was started by Geoffrey McGill in 2007, he abandoned it on May 13th 2008; leaving the Google Code repository stagnant and with many bugs unresolved.

citgm - Canary in the Gold Mine

citgm is a simple tool for pulling down an arbitrary module from npm and testing it using a specific version of the node runtime.The Node.js project uses citgm to smoke test our releases and controversial changes. The Jenkins job that utilizes citgm can be found on our CI.

modeldb - A system to manage machine learning models

ModelDB is an end-to-end system to manage machine learning models. It ingests models and associated metadata as models are being trained, stores model data in a structured format, and surfaces it through a web-frontend for rich querying. ModelDB can be used with any ML environment via the ModelDB Light API. ModelDB native clients can be used for advanced support in spark.ml and scikit-learn. The ModelDB frontend provides rich summaries and graphs showing model data. The frontend provides functionality to slice and dice this data along various attributes (e.g. operations like filter by hyperparameter, group by datasets) and to build custom charts showing model performance.

spdx-license-list - List of SPDX licenses

The lists of licenses are just JSON files and can be used wherever.The licenses are indexed by their identifier and contains a name property with the full name of the license, url with the URL to the license, and osiApproved boolean for whether the license is OSI Approved.

dwarlixir - A dwarf-fortress clone / MUD / side project in Elixir

Make sure you have Elixir ~> 1.5.1 available. What about aging; could be a separate tick for everyone (easy) or some kind of "everything ages at the same time" tick. If the latter, I need, I think, to make it possible to subscribe to events in the ECS framework. Well, my "Watcher" idea is growing old quickly isn't it. Unless I create a Universe entity with a Tick component which could get updated with a monotonically increasing value, and that would be something that various things could watch...

node-rsync - Rsync wrapper for Node.js

Rsync is a class for building and executing rsync commands with Node.js. This module is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more details.

prettyconf - A extensible library for Settings/Code separation

Pretty Conf is a Python library created to make easy the separation of configuration and code following the recomendations of 12 Factor's topic about configs. It is strongly inspired in python-decouple and both provides a similar API.

licenses - Retrieve accurate license information for a given npm package.

But the biggest problem is figuring out which license a module is actually using. There are a lot of ways of saying that your code is licensed under MIT. There are people who rather say licensed under MIT than just stating MIT. So the way we write which license we use differ but also the location of our licenses. It can be in the package.json hiding in various of properties or specified in the README.md of the project or even a dedicated LICENSE file in the repository. Now that you've taken the time to read about some of these issues above, you know why this module exists. It tries to fulfill one simple task. Get a human readable license from a given node module.

6.857coin - Educational cryptocurrency

This is the blockchain server for 6.857Coin, a simple digital coin I made to teach the 6.857 security class about blockchains.

embd-go - embd-go is an embeddable command-line tool for embedding data files in Go source code, specially crafted for easy use with `go generate`

embd-go is an embeddable command-line tool for embedding data files in Go source code, ***specially crafted for easy use with go generate***.

polyclip-go - Go library for Boolean operations on 2D polygons.

Library polyclip-go is a pure Go, MIT-licensed implementation of an [algorithm for Boolean operations on 2D polygons] fmartin (invented by F. Martínez, A.J. Rueda, F.R. Feito) -- that is, for calculation of polygon intersection, union, difference and xor. The original paper describes the algorithm as performing in time O((n+k) log n), where n is number of all edges of all polygons in operation, and k is number of intersections of all polygon edges.