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async - Async utilities for node and the browser

  •    Javascript

Higher-order functions and common patterns for asynchronous code

dnode - turtles all the way down rpc

  •    Javascript

dnode is an asynchronous rpc system for node.js that lets you call remote functions.

callbag-basics - 👜 Tiny and fast reactive/iterable programming library

  •    Javascript

Basic callbag factories and operators to get started with. Callbag is just a spec, but callbag-basics is a real library you can use. Imagine a hybrid between an Observable and an (Async)Iterable, that's what callbags are all about. In addition, the internals are tiny because it's all done with a few simple callbacks, following the callbag spec. As a result, it's tiny and fast.

breeze - Javascript async flow control manager

  •    Javascript

Functional async flow control library built on promises. Managing promises and async code has never been easier. Add step to flow chain.




async-series - Standalone async.series() function

  •    Javascript

Run a series of callbacks in sequence, as simply as possible.More or less equivalent to async.series - solely for the sake of keeping some modules tiny for browserify.

listen.js - A tiny library to wait for the results of multiple callbacks. For node and the browser.

  •    Javascript

A tiny library to wait for the results of multiple callbacks. For node and the browser.Start with var listen = require('listen'), then use the listen function to create listeners. Use the listeners to create callbacks.

animateCSS - jQuery plugin to dynamically apply animate.css animations

  •    Javascript

Download the production version or the development version. When using infinite: true and a delay, the delay will only occur before the first loop, not on every loop.


async-compare - Compares various node.js async libs (memory, performance and debugability)

  •    Javascript

The problem is directly extracted from a DoxBee project. Its a typical if somewhat complex CRUD method executed when a user uploads a new document to the database. It involves multiple queries to the database, a couple of selects, some inserts and one update. Lots of mixed sync/async action. Run node complexity.js to get complexity reports for all files.

acomb - Higher-order utilities for use with async functions

  •    Javascript

Higher-order utilities for use with async functions. Designed for use with async. Allows you to write async code in a more point-free style.

Subscribable - Lightweight JavaScript library for adding pub sub to any application.

  •    Javascript

The Subscribable microframework is a library that provides the basis of a pub-sub event framework for JavaScript running either in the browser or a NodeJS Server. To use in the browser, download the latest released version from https://github.com/steveukx/Subscribable/tree/master/dist which can be loaded either as the src of a script tag, or as a module using requirejs.

d3-helpers - Little utility D3 functions

  •    Javascript

Returns a function that can chain property access and function composition.

functional-pipeline - Quickly chain method calls, property access and functions into a pipeline

  •    Javascript

Quickly chain method calls, property access and functions in natural left to right expression. It is like _.invoke + _.pluck + _.compose all rolled into single function.

react-base - Higher order component to handle merging callbacks, prefixing classnames and props passthrough

  •    Javascript

Applying @base to your components applies the class decorators from the above modules, and calling this.base() returns the merged outputs of react-callback-register's callbacks, react-c's cRoot() and react-passthrough's passthrough(). Most React components will at minimum need to pass through a number of properties to their child nodes, as well as apply a few CSS classes. Compared to rolling your own implementation on every component, having these available under a single decorator is a no-brainer.

async-done - Allows libraries to handle various caller provided asynchronous functions uniformly

  •    Javascript

Allows libraries to handle various caller provided asynchronous functions uniformly. Maps promises, observables, child processes and streams, and callbacks to callback style. As async conventions evolve, it is useful to be able to deal with several different styles of async completion uniformly. With this module you can handle completion using a node-style callback, regardless of a return value that's a promise, observable, child process or stream.

voila - Voilà is a jQuery plugin that provides callbacks for images, letting you know when they've loaded

  •    Javascript

Voilà is a jQuery plugin that provides callbacks for images, letting you know when they've loaded. Voilà has an API inspired by imagesLoaded, extended with useful methods like abort() and support for naturalWidth and naturalHeight in all browsers, which makes it compatible with IE6 & IE7. Multiple loading methods are supported, allowing callbacks to fire as soon as naturalWidth is available, making Voilà faster than alternatives that wait for onload to fire.

terraform-github-repository-webhooks - Terraform module to provision webhooks on a set of GitHub repositories

  •    HCL

Terraform module to provision webhooks on a set of GitHub repositories. This is useful if you need to register a webhook en masse across dozens of repositories. This project is part of our comprehensive "SweetOps" approach towards DevOps.

callback-to-async-iterator - Turn any callback-based listener into an async iterator.

  •    Javascript

Turn any callback-based listener into an async iterator. The problem is that callbacks are push based, they push values to the listener whenever a new value is availabe. Async Iterators on the other hand are pull based, they request a new value and wait until it is available.

eventdispatcher - Allows for automatic dispatching of bound functions when properties are changed.

  •    Python

An event dispatcher framework inspired by the Kivy project. Property instances are monitored and dispatch events when their value changes. The event callback handler name defaults to on_PROPERTY_NAME and is called with two arguments: the dispatcher instance and the value of the property.





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