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t3js - A minimal component-based JavaScript framework

  •    Javascript

The approaches taken in T3 have been battle-hardened through continuous production use at Box since 2013, where we use T3 along with jQuery, jQuery UI, and several other third-party libraries and frameworks.T3 is different from most JavaScript frameworks. It's meant to be a small piece of an overall architecture that allows you to build scalable client-side code.

director - a tiny and isomorphic URL router for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Director is a router. Routing is the process of determining what code to run when a URL is requested. A routing library that works in both the browser and node.js environments with as few differences as possible. Simplifies the development of Single Page Apps and Node.js applications. Dependency free (doesn't require jQuery or Express, etc).

final-form - 🏁 Framework agnostic, high performance, subscription-based form state management

  •    Javascript

In the interest of making 🏁 Final Form the best library it can be, we'd love your thoughts and feedback. Take a quick survey.




angular-validation - Client Side Validation for AngularJS 1

  •    Javascript

Client-side Validation should be simple and clean. Don't let Client-side Validation dirty your controller. Setup your Validation on config phase by using some rules (example) If you prefer schema over html attributes , try angular-validation-schema (Demo) And add Validation in your view only.

bower-material

  •    CSS

This repository is used only for AngularJS Material v1.x library deployments and localized installs using npm and bower. The actual component source-code for this library is in the main AngularJS Material repository.Please file issues and pull requests against that angular/material repository only. Do not file issues here on the deployment repository.

MyCrypto - MyCrypto is an open-source, client-side tool for generating ether wallets, handling ERC-20 tokens, and interacting with the blockchain more easily

  •    TypeScript

*Higher versions should work fine, but may cause inconsistencies. It's suggested you run 8.9.4 using nvm. **npm is NOT supported for package management. MyCrypto uses yarn.lock to ensure sub-dependency versions are pinned, so yarn is required to install node_modules ***Python 3 is not supported, since our dependencies use node-gyp. All of these builds are output to a folder in dist/.

serenade.js - Client side MVC framework

  •    CoffeeScript

Serenade.js is a JavaScript client side MVC framework. For in-depth documentation, and downloads, please visit serenadejs.org. Serenade.js is licensed under the MIT license, see the LICENSE file.


bugsnag-js - Javascript notifier for Bugsnag. Monitor and report JavaScript errors.

  •    Javascript

Automatically detect JavaScript errors on your website, get real-time error alerts and detailed diagnostic reports. Get cross-browser error detection and see errors grouped by browser, browser version, OS, and more. Learn more about JavaScript error reporting from Bugsnag. Use the following plugins and guides to integrate Bugsnag with various frameworks.

SpellO - Spell Checker for Website

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SpellO crawls a website and finds typos and spelling errors. It provides a user-friendly interface and supports multiple dictionaries.

bootstrap-bower - This is a bower repository to hold Angular UI Bootstrap releases.

  •    Javascript

Installation is easy as UI Bootstrap has minimal dependencies - only the AngularJS and Twitter Bootstrap's CSS are required. Note: Since version 0.13.0, UI Bootstrap depends on ngAnimate for transitions and animations, such as the accordion, carousel, etc. Include ngAnimate in the module dependencies for your app in order to enable animation.This will install AngularJS and Bootstrap NPM packages.

atomus - A small utility library for running client-side tests in Node.js environment

  •    Javascript

A small utility library for testing client-side code in Node.js environment. Simulate the browser in your terminal. We all know about Selenium and PhantomJS. They work well for testing client-side code. We may visit a page, fill forms, click buttons etc. However, it gets complex if we want to test only part of our application. We have to create a page that contains only the needed pieces. This definitely does not scale.

coisas - a client-side CMS for editing GitHub Markdown (and other) files.

  •    Javascript

coisas is a headless CMS specifically designed to let you edit files hosted in a GitHub repository. It is similar to Netlify CMS and Prose. Unlike existing alternatives, coisas doesn't try to be a multipurpose CMS. It still lets you edit, create, upload, and browse files, but doesn't try to look like a fancy CMS (custom schema, objects and all that mess). It also isn't tailored to Jekyll websites, which means that it won't insert Jekyll specific code or expect your repository to have a Jekyll-specific file structure. To use coisas, go to https://coisas.alhur.es/ or embed it in your site, for example, in an /admin/ section (more detailed instructions on how to do this may come - for the meantime please copy the hosted version file structure).