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render - Go package for easily rendering JSON, XML, binary data, and HTML templates responses.

  •    Go

Render is a package that provides functionality for easily rendering JSON, XML, text, binary data, and HTML templates. This package is based on the Martini render work.Go 1.6 introduces a new block action. This conflicts with Render's included block template function. To provide an easy migration path, a new function was created called partial. It is a duplicate of the old block function. It is advised that all users of the block function update their code to avoid any issues in the future. Previous to Go 1.6, Render's block functionality will continue to work but a message will be logged urging you to migrate to the new partial function.

n - Node version management

  •    Shell

Node.js version management: no subshells, no profile setup, no convoluted API, just simple.to install n to bin/n of the directory specified in the environment variable $PREFIX, which defaults to /usr/local (note that you will likely need to use sudo). To install n in a custom location (such as $CUSTOM_LOCATION/bin/n), run PREFIX=$CUSTOM_LOCATION make install.




mpegts - Javascript HTTP Live Streaming realtime converter and player

  •    Javascript

This is Apple HTTP Live Streaming JavaScript player created by performing realtime conversion of MPEG-TS video chunks to MPEG-4 in separate thread using Web Worker and playing them in order in main thread. Conversion is done using jBinary binary manipulation library with programmatically described data structures according to ISO 13818-1, ISO-14496-2, ISO-14496-12 and ITU-T H.222.0 specifications.

angr - A powerful and user-friendly binary analysis platform!

  •    Python

angr is a platform-agnostic binary analysis framework developed by the Computer Security Lab at UC Santa Barbara and their associated CTF team, Shellphish. The most common angr operation is loading a binary: p = angr.Project('/bin/bash') If you do this in IPython 5.x LTS or earlier, you can use tab-autocomplete to browse the top-level-accessible methods and their docstrings.

nexe - πŸŽ‰ create a single executable out of your node.js apps

  •    TypeScript

Nexe is a command-line utility that compiles your Node.js application into a single executable file.

exodus - Painless relocation of Linux binaries–and all of their dependencies–without containers.

  •    Python

Exodus is a tool that makes it easy to successfully relocate Linux ELF binaries from one system to another. This is useful in situations where you don't have root access on a machine or where a package simply isn't available for a given Linux distribution. For example, CentOS 6.X and Amazon Linux don't have packages for Google Chrome or aria2. Server-oriented distributions tend to have more limited and outdated packages than desktop distributions, so it's fairly common that one might have a piece of software installed on their laptop that they can't easily install on a remote machine. With exodus, transferring a piece of software that's working on one computer to another is as simple as this.


n2o - πŸ”΅πŸ”΅πŸ”΄ N2O: Protocol Server for WebSockets

  •    Erlang

Besides, you can even switch a channel termination formatter on the fly within one WebSocket session. ab, httperf, wrk and siege are all used for measuring performance. The most valuable request hell is created by wrk and even though it is not achievable in real apps, it can demonstrate internal throughput of certain individual components.

bingrep - like ~~grep~~ UBER, but for binaries

  •    Rust

NOTE: Building requires rustc version 1.17 or greater. If you're using a distro's rust compiler, consider using https://rustup.rs to install your rustc compiler and associated binaries. bingrep is available through cargo, via cargo install bingrep, or you can build, and install the resulting binary wherever you like.

node-pre-gyp - Node.js tool for easy binary deployment of C++ addons

  •    Javascript

node-pre-gyp stands between npm and node-gyp and offers a cross-platform method of binary deployment.For a hello world example of a module packaged with node-pre-gyp see https://github.com/springmeyer/node-addon-example and the wiki for real world examples.

avsc - Avro for JavaScript :zap:

  •    Javascript

Pure JavaScript implementation of the Avro specification. avsc is compatible with all versions of node.js since 0.11 and major browsers via browserify (see the full compatibility table here). For convenience, you can also find compiled distributions with the releases (but please host your own copy).

scodec - Scala combinator library for working with binary data

  •    Scala

Scala combinator library for working with binary data. As a result, the library is implemented as a combinator based DSL. Performance is considered but yields to the above design constraints.

jDataView - DataView. Extended. Anywhere.

  •    Javascript

jDataView provides convenient way to read and/or modify binary data in all the browsers. It follows the DataView Specification and even extends it for a more practical use. There are three ways to read a binary file from the browser.

nar - node

  •    LiveScript

Idiomatic application packager utility for node.js to create self-contained executable applications that are ready-to-ship-and-run.nar provides built-in support for creating, extracting, installing and running applications easily from a simple configuration through a featured command-line interface or evented programmatic API.

lambda-packages - Various popular python libraries, pre-compiled to be compatible with AWS Lambda

  •    Shell

Various popular libraries, pre-compiled to be compatible with AWS Lambda. This project is intended for use by Zappa, but could also be used by any Python/Lambda project.

socket.io-stream - Stream for Socket.IO

  •    Javascript

This is the module for bidirectional binary data transfer with Stream API through Socket.IO. If you are not familiar with Stream API, be sure to check out the docs. I also recommend checking out the awesome Stream Handbook.