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Steal - Universal module loader

  •    Javascript

steal is unique because it can load JavaScript modules defined in ES6, AMD, and CommonJS formats (unlike most other module loaders, which only support one of these formats at a time). In JavaScript, the word "modules" refers to small units of independent, reusable code. They are the foundation of many JavaScript design patterns, and can look like this in ES6.

Webpack - A bundler for javascript and friends

  •    Javascript

Webpack is a module bundler. Its main purpose is to bundle JavaScript files for usage in a browser, yet it is also capable of transforming, bundling, or packaging just about any resource or asset.

poi - :zap: Delightful web development.

  •    Javascript

Start writing an app with a single .js file, Poi could handle all the development setups for you, no more configuration hell.Note: You need to install react react-dom and run Poi with --jsx react flag. For convenience, here's also poi-preset-react which adds both React JSX and React HMR support.

happypack - Happiness in the form of faster webpack build times.

  •    Javascript

HappyPack makes initial webpack builds faster by transforming files in parallel. HappyPack provides both a plugin and a loader in order to do its job so you must use both to enable it.




jarvis - A very intelligent browser based Webpack dashboard

  •    Javascript

J.A.R.V.I.S. (Just A Rather Very Intelligent System) will put in your browser all the relevant information you need from your webpack build whether in dev or in prod. Tons of features are on the roadmap but still, this beta version will improve the way you look at webpack-dev-server or webpack production build bundle, chunks and other output assets.

retire.js - scanner detecting the use of JavaScript libraries with known vulnerabilities

  •    Javascript

There is a plethora of JavaScript libraries for use on the Web and in Node.JS apps out there. This greatly simplifies development,but we need to stay up-to-date on security fixes. "Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities" is now a part of the OWASP Top 10 list of security risks and insecure libraries can pose a huge risk to your Web app. The goal of Retire.js is to help you detect the use of JS-library versions with known vulnerabilities. A Grunt task for running Retire.js as part of your application's build routine, or some other automated workflow.

Parcel - Blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundler

  •    Javascript

Parcel is a blazing fast zero configuration web application bundler. It automatically transforms modules using Babel, PostCSS, and PostHTML when needed - even node_modules. It has out of the box support for JS, CSS, HTML, file assets, and more - no plugins to install.


Grunt - The JavaScript Task Runner

  •    Javascript

Grunt is a Javascript task runner. It automates work you have to do when performing repetitive tasks like minification, compilation, unit testing, linting, etc. The Grunt ecosystem is huge and it's growing every day. With literally hundreds of plugins to choose from.

style-dictionary - A build system for creating cross-platform styles.

  •    Javascript

Style once, use everywhere. A Style Dictionary is a system that allows you to define styles once, in a way for any platform or language to consume. A single place to create and edit your styles, and a single command exports these rules to all the places you need them - iOS, Android, CSS, JS, HTML, sketch files, style documentation, etc. It is available as a CLI through npm, but can also be used like any normal node module if you want to extend its functionality.

pundle - 👾 peaceful bundles - js bundler, built from the ground up for speed and extensibility

  •    Javascript

Pundle is a next generation module bundler. It's written with extensibility and performance in mind.Welcome to the official documentation of Pundle, the peaceful module bundler of the 21st century.

sku - Front-end development toolkit, powered by Webpack, Babel, CSS Modules, Less, ESLint and Jest.

  •    Javascript

Front-end development toolkit, powered by Webpack, Babel, CSS Modules, Less, ESLint and Jest. Quickly get up and running with a zero-config development environment, or optionally add minimal config when needed. Designed for usage with seek-style-guide, although this isn't a requirement.

mendel - Build toolchain for experimentation on isomorphic web applications with tree-inheritance and multivariate support

  •    Javascript

Mendel is a framework for building and serving client side JavaScript bundles for A/B testing experiments in web applications.It is meant to be simple and easy to use on a daily basis. It works very well for small applications and small teams, but also scale for complex use cases that large applications or larger teams might need.

couchdb-push - Deploy CouchDB documents from directory, JSON or CommonJS module.

  •    Javascript

Deploy CouchDB documents from directory, JSON or CommonJS module. Via API or command line client. When SOURCE is omitted, the current directory will be used. OPTIONS can be --index, --multipart or --watch, see above.

ygor - Task toolkit. For when `npm run` isn't enough and everything else is too much.

  •    Javascript

For when npm run isn't enough and everything else is too much.Ygor is a no-frills toolkit consisting of a task runner and a file transformer. Enjoy as a whole or a la carte. Built on promises, Ygor works wonderfully with async and await in Node.js 8 and above.

fakefile - The Universal Makefile for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

A Universal Makefile for JavaScript that proxies to your npm scripts. After installing, you can type mak<TAB><TAB> for autocompletion. Fakefile then quickly enumerates any npm scripts in your package.json and presents these. It does this at runtime, so it won't need any maintenance as your project changes its npm scripts.

square - The last build system you would ever want to use

  •    Javascript

The purpose of square is to provide you with building blocks to create an advanced and maintainable build system so you can streamline your development process and be more productive on a daily basis. In addition to having Node 0.8 installed on your system it might also require sudo privileges for installing the square binary in your /usr/bin directory. I assume that you also have NPM (Node Package Manager) installed together with your Node.js installation. If not, install it as well. It is bundled in the recent node.js version.