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devtraining-needit-istanbul - This repository is used by the developer site training content, istanbul release

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This repository contains generated files and a checksum. Do not edit the files in this repository outside of an instance of ServiceNow.

Platypus - Mac developer tool that creates application bundles from command line scripts

  •    Objective-C

Platypus is an OS X developer tool that creates native Mac applications from interpreted scripts such as shell scripts or Perl and Python programs. This is done by wrapping the script in an application bundle directory structure along with an application binary that runs the script. Platypus makes it easy to share scripts and programs with those unfamiliar with the command line interface. Native user-friendly applications can be created with a few clicks. It is very easy to create installers, administrative applications, login items, status menu items, launchers, automations and droplets using Platypus.

awesome-no-login-web-apps - 🚀 Awesome (free) web apps that work without login

  •    Shell

Curated list of awesome web apps that work without requesting you to create an account. To save the world from creating user accounts and installing software applications for every damn thing.




to_lang - Translate Ruby strings and arrays with Google Translate.

  •    Ruby

to_lang is a Ruby library that adds language translation methods to strings and arrays, backed by the Google Translate API. To use to_lang, require the library, then call ToLang.start with your Google Translate API key. At this point you will have access to all the new translation methods, which take the form to_language, where "language" is the language you wish to translate to.

morphHTA - morphHTA - Morphing Cobalt Strike's evil.HTA

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As usual, this code and tool should not be used for malicious purposes. Written by Vincent Yiu of MDSec Consulting's ActiveBreach team. Modification of code is allowed with credits to author.

Console - OS X console application.

  •    Swift

A replacement for the default macOS console application, which I find completely broken since macOS 10.12 Sierra. Project is released under the terms of the MIT License.


EOSFTPServer - A project to create a complete, standard compliant, multi-user, Objective-C (Mac OS X / iOS) FTP server

  •    Objective-C

A project to create a complete, standard compliant, multi-user, Objective-C (Mac OS X / iOS) FTP server. EOSFTPServer is released under the terms of the Boost Software License - Version 1.0.

SwiftValidators - String (and more) validation for iOS

  •    Swift

String validation for iOS developed in Swift.Want to use SwiftValidators with ReactiveSwift? SwiftValidatorsReactiveExtensions provides a set of extensions that play well with ValidatingProperty.

pkgdb - p2p database for versioned directories

  •    Javascript

Get a list of the versions as cb(err, versions).Return the hyperdrive archive rooted in the semver string version directory. The archive is read-only.

Oakland-Trees - Oakland tree data

  •    Javascript

OpenShift Sample Application

bang - Text snippets on the command line.

  •    CoffeeScript

Bang is a command line tool for quick storage and retriveal of text snippets. It is inspired by and very similar to holman's Boom. The main difference is that Bang has no concept of lists: it is only one level deep. It also has a simpler interface to avoid accidentally creating stuff. Or, if you have not yet stored any data, simply run bang.

ghlabel - Automatically creates and deletes labels on GitHub Issues to match a template

  •    Rust

A tool to automatically create and delete labels on GitHub Issues to match a YAML template. When you create a new repository on GitHub, the default labels in the issue tracker are fine for basic use. Sometimes you prefer to organize your labels differently and you like to use your own labels on every project. Doing this manually via the web interface can be quite painful if you have a lot of repositories and/or a lot of labels. ghlabel helps you save time by running one command to set a repository's labels to exactly those defined in your YAML template.

firebox - SDK on top of Firefox for building desktop apps using HTML/CSS/JS

  •    Javascript

Application runtime shared with Firefox that can be used to create cross platform desktop applications such as Firefox itself using web technologies. Applications packages are just Firefox OS Packged Apps. Argument passed is a path to an application manifest which is json file with information about the application (follow the link for details).

oraculum - The Enterprise Javascript MVC Framework.

  •    CoffeeScript

Oraculum is a javascript MVC framework and a collection of mixins for Backbone Models, Collections and Views written for FactoryJS. It inherits all of its application structure, many behaviors, and is generally inspired by Chaplin. Though a large portion of Oraculum's behavior is inherited from Chaplin, Oraculum employs a signficiantly different strategy surrounding the issues of inheritance, structure, and coupling. Applications built with Oraculum take full advantage of the aspect-oriented programming and composition paradigms offered by FactoryJS. The purpose of this project is to collect abstract, reusable behaviors into a framework that can be used by anyone building complex applications with Backbone.

tenso - Tensō is an elastic REST API gateway for node.js

  •    Javascript

Tensō will handle the serialization & creation of hypermedia links, all you have to do is give it Arrays or Objects. Creating an API with Tensō can be as simple as one statement.

turtle.io - Web server with virtual hosts for node.js

  •    Javascript

turtle.io is very easy to get up and running! All you need to do is install it, and tell it what directory holds your web sites, & which hostnames to answer for. You can also create complex web applications, with a familiar API.