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async - Async utilities for node and the browser

Higher-order functions and common patterns for asynchronous code

libevent - an event notification library

The libevent API provides a mechanism to execute a callback function when a specific event occurs on a file descriptor or after a timeout has been reached. It is meant to replace the asynchronous event loop found in event-driven network servers.

Libev - High performance full-featured event loop written in C

Libev is a high-performance event loop, supporting eight event types (I/O, real time timers, wall clock timers, signals, child status changes, idle, check and prepare handlers). It uses a priority queue to manage timers and uses arrays as fundamental data structure. It has no artificial limitations on the number of watchers waiting for the same event.

pump - pipe streams together and close all of them if one of them closes

pump is a small node module that pipes streams together and destroys all of them if one of them closes.When using standard source.pipe(dest) source will not be destroyed if dest emits close or an error. You are also not able to provide a callback to tell when then pipe has finished.

CallBack WebControls

The Callback is among the novelties of the ASP. Net 2.0. shows the power of callback combined with javascript methods can make the Asp.net application more lighter. update a specific control in the page and not the entire page without using AJAX


Captall is a jQuery plugin that can be used to show a caption over an image or any DOM element.

mostly-working-hours - Call a callback mostly during normal working hours

Call a callback only sometimes with a certian likelihood. The likelihood is higer during normal working hours, and really low in the weekend.This is useful if you want to simulate load on a server for instance.

throttling - Throttle a function and cache the result for x milliseconds

Throttle a function and cache the result for x milliseconds.The arguments parsed to the callback will be cached according to the same rules as described previously, so subsequent executions of runner will just call the supplied callback function with the previous arguments until the cache expires.