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puppeteer - Headless Chrome Node API


Puppeteer is a Node library which provides a high-level API to control headless Chrome or Chromium over the DevTools Protocol. It can also be configured to use full (non-headless) Chrome or Chromium. Note: When you install Puppeteer, it downloads a recent version of Chromium (~170Mb Mac, ~282Mb Linux, ~280Mb Win) that is guaranteed to work with the API. To skip the download, see Environment variables.




Probot - GitHub Apps to automate and improve your workflow


Probot is a framework for building GitHub Apps in Node.js. It aims to eliminate all the drudgery–like receiving and validating webhooks, and doing authentication handstands–so you can focus on the features you want to build. Probot apps are easy to write, deploy, and share.

typewiz - Automatically discover and add missing types in your TypeScript code


Automatically discover and add missing types in your TypeScript code. For front-end code, please have a look at the TypeWiz WebPack Plugin.

run-jxa - Run JXA code and get the result


JXA is JavaScript for Automation on macOS. Requires macOS 10.10 or later.Returns a Promise for the value returned from input.


node-ahk - Desktop scripting with Node.js based on IronAHK ⌨🖱🔥


This project aims to use IronAHK in Node.js via Edge.js with the benefit of all the existing modules on npm.There's a project that's further ahead in development called RobotJS.

node-sikuli-api - Sikuli standalone API binding for Node.js


Sikuli standalone API binding for Node.js.To the extent possible under law, 唐鳳 has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to node-sikuli-api.

autotester - Chrome extension that allows to develop and run automation tests right in browser


Autotester is Chrome extension that allows to develop and run automation tests right in browser. Tests are written in Javascript and can be executed over another tab of the same Chrome or any remote browser.Zero setup The setup is just drag-n-drop extension in chrome. No other stuff like Selenium, Node.js or Chromedriver is needed.

hueadm - A command line management interface to Phillips hue


To get started you must find the IP address of the Hue bridge you would like to manage. If you know the IP address or the hostname of the bridge you would like to manage you can skip this step. On my network 10.0.1.80 is the IP of the bridge I'll be controlling.

react-pipeline - A task execution pipeline described in JSX


A task execution pipeline described in JSX. An example application can be found at react-pipeline-example.

backport - Automate the tedious process of backporting changes


Backporting is the action of taking parts from a newer version of a software system [..] and porting them to an older version of the same software. It forms part of the maintenance step in a software development process, and it is commonly used for fixing security issues in older versions of the software and also for providing new features to older versions. Then backport might save you a lot of time and effort.

automation-client-ts - Automation client for running command and events handlers against the Atomist API


The automation-client provide the ability to run a client that connects to the Atomist API so it can receive and act on commands and events. See atomist.com and docs.atomist.com for more detailed information.

github-sdm - GitHub Software Delivery Machine


Atomist framework enabling you to control your delivery and development process in code. Think of it as Spring Boot for software delivery. A software delivery machine (SDM) is a development process in a box. It automates all steps in the flow from commit to production (potentially via staging environments), and many other actions, using the consistent model provided by the Atomist API for software.

exptool - 📲 Expo cli to help automate expo standalone iOS and Android builds and deployments


Exptool was originally created to help automate standalone expo app builds, but exp recently implemented the necessary features required to fulfill this goal. Exptool is no longer needed to automate expo standalone builds. Take a look at this blog post if you're looking to automate your standalone builds without exptool.