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PHP_CodeSniffer - PHP_CodeSniffer tokenizes PHP, JavaScript and CSS files and detects violations of a defined set of coding standards

  •    PHP

PHP_CodeSniffer is a set of two PHP scripts; the main phpcs script that tokenizes PHP, JavaScript and CSS files to detect violations of a defined coding standard, and a second phpcbf script to automatically correct coding standard violations. PHP_CodeSniffer is an essential development tool that ensures your code remains clean and consistent. PHP_CodeSniffer requires PHP version 5.4.0 or greater, although individual sniffs may have additional requirements such as external applications and scripts. See the Configuration Options manual page for a list of these requirements.

ArchiSteamFarm - C# application that allows you to farm steam cards using multiple steam accounts simultaneously

  •    CSharp

ASF is a C# application that allows you to farm steam cards using multiple steam accounts simultaneously. Unlike Idle Master which works only for one account at given time, requires steam client running in background, and launches additional processes imitating "game playing" status, ASF doesn't require any steam client running in the background, doesn't launch any additional processes and is made to handle unlimited steam accounts at once. In addition to that, it's meant to be run on servers or other desktop-less machines, and features full cross-OS support, which makes it possible to launch on any .NET Core-supported operating system, such as Windows, Linux or OS X. ASF is possible thanks to gigantic amount of work done in marvelous SteamKit2 library. ASF doesn't require and doesn't interfere in any way with Steam client. In addition to that, it doesn't require exclusive access to given account, which means that you can use your main account in Steam client, and use ASF for idling the same account at the same time. If you decide to launch a game, ASF will get disconnected, and resume idling once you finish playing your game, being as transparent as possible during entire process.

LicensePlist - A license list generator of all your dependencies for iOS applications

  •    Swift

LicensePlist is a command-line tool that automatically generates a Plist of all your dependencies, including files added manually(specified by YAML config file) or using Carthage or CocoaPods. All these licenses then show up in the Settings app. Download from Releases, then copy to /usr/local/bin/license-plist etc.

nps - :100: All the benefits of npm scripts without the cost of a bloated package

  •    Javascript

Even though npm scripts have a ton of advantages (learn more), it can grow into an unmaintainable mess in your package.json file. Part of the problem is we're configuring scripts in json which has fundamental issues (like no comments).To use nps, it's recommended that you either install it globally (npm i -g nps) or add ./node_modules/bin to your $PATH (be careful that you know what you're doing when doing this, find out how here).




macaca-cli - Macaca command-line interface

  •    Javascript

This project follows the git-contributor spec, auto upated at Fri Jul 20 2018 12:31:22 GMT+0800.

pyaptly - Automates the creation and managment of aptly mirrors and snapshots based on yml input files

  •    Python

Automates the creation and managment of aptly mirrors and snapshots based on yml input files.Initialize a new aptly server.

pyark - CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault API CLI tool

  •    Python

Pyark is a small python-based CLI tool, which allows you to interact with the CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault API.Furthermore it's important to know which version of the CyberArk Password Vault is used as only the newest versions expose all API endpoints. Make sure to double check the API documentation, specific for your version, in case the tool fails to interact with the API.


goexpect - Expect for Go

  •    Go

This package is an implementation of Expect in Go.All Spawn functions accept a variadic of type expect.Option , these are used for changing options of the Expecter.

subfont - Command line tool to inject Google font subsets used glyphs into your page

  •    Javascript

A command line tool to statically analyse your page in order to generate the most optimal web font subsets, then inject them into your page. Speed up your time to first meaningful paint by reducing the web font payload and critical path to the font files.

confluencer - :wrench: A CLI tool to automate common Confluence maintenance tasks and content publishing

  •    Python

A CLI tool to automate common Confluence maintenance tasks and content publishing. The confluencer command line tool (or cfr for short) allows you to control your Confluence installation from a shell prompt, and thus automate (mass) content changes and reports.

backport - Automate the tedious process of backporting changes

  •    Javascript

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.

exptool - πŸ“² Expo cli to help automate expo standalone iOS and Android builds and deployments

  •    Javascript

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.

crassh - Cisco Remote Automation via SSH

  •    Python

C.R.A.SSH (crassh) stands for Cisco Remote Automation via SSH, it is a python script for automating commands on Cisco devices. My personal blog contains a tutorial here on how to use crassh in standalone mode and an initial example on how to use the crassh module. Future news about crassh can be found here.

go-expect - an expect-like golang library to automate control of terminal or console based programs.

  •    Go

Package expect provides an expect-like interface to automate control of applications. It is unlike expect in that it does not spawn or manage process lifecycle. This package only focuses on expecting output and sending input through it's psuedoterminal.

phpmnd - PHP Magic Number Detector

  •    PHP

phpmnd is a tool that aims to help you to detect magic numbers in your PHP code. By default 0 and 1 are not considered to be magic numbers. A magic number is a numeric literal that is not defined as a constant, but which may change at a later stage, and therefore can be hard to update. It's considered a bad programming practice to use numbers directly in any source code without an explanation. In most cases this makes programs harder to read, understand, and maintain.

vmfloaty - A CLI helper tool for Puppet vmpooler to help you stay afloat

  •    Ruby

A CLI helper tool for Puppet Labs vmpooler to help you stay afloat. This project is still supported by @briancain and @demophoon. Ping either of us if you'd like something merged and released.

cli - The Atomist CLI

  •    TypeScript

The Atomist CLI, a unified command-line tool for interacting with Atomist services. If you are running Homebrew on macOS, you can use it to install the Atomist CLI.

puppeteer-fetchbot - Library and Shell command that provides a simple JSON-API to perform human like interactions and data extractions on any website

  •    TypeScript

FetchBot is a library and shell command that provides a simple JSON-API to perform human like interactions and data extractions on any website and was built on top of puppeteer. FetchBot has an "event listener like" system that turns your browser into a bot who knows what to do when the url changes. The "event" is an url/regex and it's configuration is executed, once the url/pattern matches the currently opened one. Now on it's up to you to configure a friendly bot or a crazy zombie.





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