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internet-of-buckets - http wrapper for controlling The Internet of Buckets art installation

  •    Javascript

The Internet of Buckets is a 10x5 stack of buckets with RGB LEDs inside. Each is controlled independently by a microcontroller with its own IP address, which responds to HTTP requests. This module wraps the process of addressing and routing to each bucket.There are a small variety of demos under examples/.

restbase - Distributed storage with REST API & dispatcher for backend services.

  •    Javascript

RESTBase was built to provide a low-latency & high-throughput API for Wikipedia / Wikimedia content. It is basically a storage proxy, which presents a coherent API powered by Swagger specs to the outside, and backs up many of these entry points with storage. The default table storage backend is based on Cassandra, which helps it to perform well at Wikimedia's scale without placing undue burden on operations.As a proxy, RESTBase does not perform any significant content processing itself. Instead, it requests content transformations from backend services when needed, and typically (depending on configuration) stores it back for later retrieval. For high-volume static end points, most requests will be satisfied directly from storage.

i-got-issues - Teams, buckets, and issues.

  •    Ruby

I Got Issues provides a few simple building blocks for organization and then gets out of the way so you can do your work. I Got Issues is team specific and repository agnostic so you can import issues from any number of repositories into your team's buckets.

google-cloud-storage-node-boilerplate - Boilerplate Node

  •    Javascript

Boilerplate Node.js app for handling user uploads to Google Cloud Storage

Bucket-Balls - Turn your devices into buckets. Impress your friends with "magic" :-)

  •    Javascript

Bucket Balls lets you connect multiple devices (Smartphones, Laptops,...). Each device becomes a "Bucket". You can create some colored balls inside a bucket. If the device supports the "deviceorientation"-event you can slop the balls from one bucket into another. You can create rulesets to define which bucket is allowed to drop its balls in which other buckets. Simply clone the project and run npm install inside the projects directory.