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cudf - cuDF - GPU DataFrame Library

  •    C++

NOTE: For the latest stable README.md ensure you are on the main branch. Built based on the Apache Arrow columnar memory format, cuDF is a GPU DataFrame library for loading, joining, aggregating, filtering, and otherwise manipulating data.

polars - Fast multi-threaded DataFrame library in Rust and Python

  •    Rust

Polars is a blazingly fast DataFrames library implemented in Rust using Apache Arrow(2) as memory model. To learn more, read the User Guide.

datafusion - SQL Query Execution against Apache Arrow, in Rust

  •    Rust

DataFusion is a SQL parser, planner, and query execution library for Rust. A DataFrame API is also provided. DataFusion can be used as a crate dependency in your project to add SQL support for custom data sources.




Arrows - Arrows is an animated custom view to give feedback about your UI sliding panels.

  •    Swift

Just need to set ArrowView in the class you want to be painted with the arrow indicator in IB. Or directly instantiate the class ArrowView in code. It is based on UIBezierPath, so the dimensions are defined by the view frame, don't worry about the resolution it will look perfect.

sGlide

  •    JQuery

sGlide is a super flexible and light-weight jQuery plugin that generates a simple, feature-rich mobile ready slider.

yarrow - svg animated arrow pointer and tooltip

  •    Javascript

SVG animated arrow pointer and tooltip.Yarrow is a container of arrows.


Parrows - Using Arrows to model parallel processes/computations.

  •    TeX

This project aims to provide an interface for parallel computation using arrows. Currently, all Haskell modules in this repository are on hackage in version 0.1.1.0. They are named Parallel-Arrows-<NameOfSubmodule>.

appc-install - Appcelerator Installer

  •    Javascript

This is the installer for the Appcelerator Platform software stack.This adds two binary executable commands: appcelerator or the shortcut appc.

appc.arrowdb - Arrow connector to ArrowDB

  •    Javascript

This is a Arrow connector to ArrowDB.Reference the connector in your model.

appc.mongo - Arrow connector to MongoDB

  •    Javascript

This is an Arrow connector to MongoDB.Reference the connector in your model.

appc.mysql - MYSQL Connector

  •    Javascript

This is an Arrow connector to MySQL.A configuration file is generated for you. By default we use a host of localhost, a user of root and an empty password to connect. However, you must set a database in your configuration.

appc.oracledb - Oracle Connector

  •    Javascript

This is an Arrow connector to Oracle Database.Create appc.oracledb.default.js in <your_project>/conf directory.

appc.swagger - Swagger Connector

  •    Javascript

This is a Arrow connector to any Swagger defined API.Just enter the following command in your arrow project root to install the Swagger connector.

krpano-arrows - Flat directional arrows projected in 3d for krpano player.

  •    HTML

Full plugin with examples and documentation is packed in arrows.zip. For more details check out documentation or clone the repo. Simple node server is used in case you need to try html5 version. Gulp is used to minify xml and create zip archive to be downloadable from the site. You'll need node and gulp.

Pointy - A jQuery plugin that dynamically points one element at another ~

  •    Javascript

A jQuery plugin that dynamically points one element at another.

appc-npm - Package components for Appcelerator Titanium, Alloy and Arrow projects for distribution via NPM

  •    Javascript

Package many types of components for Appcelerator Titanium, Alloy and Arrow projects for distribution via NPM, including modules and support for nested dependencies. NOTE: The packager only updates/adds a package.json and appc-npm postinstall executable. It adds no dependencies and does not change your code.

mocx - A JavaScript Backbone helper for Titanium Alloy

  •    Javascript

When building apps with Titanium Alloy, it's handy to be able to mock up screens before wiring up to a backend and when doing that it's useful to be able to populate screens with "real" data. But, if you don't have an API ready then what do you do? Mocx is designed to allow you to create create mock collections and modules that are compatible with Alloy's Backbone data-binding. You can use Mocx to create a collection and populate a Table or Listview, or create Models on the fly, and it'll support the .fetch() method to pretend to get the model / collection. So you could use it to mock data and even persist data to local storage.






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