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Snipe-IT - Open Source Asset Management System

  •    PHP

This is a FOSS project for asset management in IT Operations. Knowing who has which laptop, when it was purchased in order to depreciate it correctly, handling software licenses, etc. It helps to see which assets are assigned, to whom, and their physical location. Check them back into inventory with one click, or click through to see the asset's complete history. Seeing what assets are currently deployed, pending (brand new awaiting software installs, out for repair), ready to deploy, or archived (lost/stolen, or broken) is quick and easy.

Assets - An ultra-simple-to-use assets management library for PHP

  •    PHP

An ultra-simple-to-use assets management PHP library. The library is framework agnostic and it should work well with any framework or naked PHP application. Nevertheless, since the library is most popular between Laravel users the following instructions have been tailored for Laravel 5 framework (still on Laravel 4?). If you want to use the library in any other scenario please read the non static interface instructions.

cartero - Modular front end development for multi-page web applications.

  •    Javascript

cartero is an asset pipeline built on npm and browserify that allows you to easily organize front end code in multi-page web applications into reusable packages containing HTML, JavaScript, css, and images. cartero eliminates the friction involved in applying modular design principles to front end assets in multi-page web applications. Use directories to group together assets (js, css, images, etc.) for each UI component, and cartero will take care of ensuring that all the appropriate assets are then loaded on the pages that require them, and just those pages. Depending on a package is as simple as require( 'pork-and-beans' ). And since cartero is built on npm, the official node.js package manager, you can easily publish your packages and / or depend on other npm packages in your own code.




parcel-map

  •    Javascript

You can use this module to build a static asset pipeline to work alongside browserify's dependency graph. NOTE: These docs are badly out of date, but the module is working. See parcelify for an example of how to use the module.