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node-config - Node.js Application Configuration

  •    Javascript

Node-config organizes hierarchical configurations for your app deployments. It lets you define a set of default parameters, and extend them for different deployment environments (development, qa, staging, production, etc.).

electron-store - Simple data persistence for your Electron app or module - Save and load user preferences, app state, cache, etc

  •    Javascript

Electron doesn't have a built-in way to persist user preferences and other data. This module handles that for you, so you can focus on building your app. The data is saved in a JSON file in app.getPath('userData').You can use this module directly in both the main and renderer process.

awesome-conferences - :ticket: A list of awesome conferences

  •    Ruby

Add your conferences below, using the Pull Request Template provided. If you see any conferences here that you like // have attended // will attend, please add them to the new list, above! Many hands makes light work.

mdconf - Markdown driven configuration!

  •    Javascript

Using the fantastic markdown parser marked.Markdown headings act as keys, list items with : act as maps, otherwise regular lists behave as.. lists.

strip-json-comments - Strip comments from JSON. Lets you use comments in your JSON files!

  •    Javascript

It will replace single-line comments // and multi-line comments /**/ with whitespace. This allows JSON error positions to remain as close as possible to the original source.Also available as a gulp/grunt/broccoli plugin.

registry-url - Get the set npm registry URL

  •    Javascript

It's usually https://registry.npmjs.org/, but configurable.Use this if you do anything with the npm registry as users will expect it to use their configured registry.

pkg-conf - Get namespaced config from the closest package.json

  •    Javascript

Having tool specific config in package.json reduces the amount of metafiles in your repo (there are usually a lot!) and makes the config obvious compared to hidden dotfiles like .eslintrc, which can end up causing confusion. XO, for example, uses the xo namespace in package.json, and ESLint uses eslintConfig. Many more tools supports this, like AVA, Babel, nyc, etc.It walks up parent directories until a package.json can be found, reads it, and returns the user specified namespace or an empty object if not found.

cache-conf - Simple cache config handling for your app or module

  •    Javascript

If you don't need caching, you should use conf instead. This module extends that module and abstracts away the caching mechanism.Returns a new instance.

npm-conf - Get the npm config

  •    Javascript

Returns the npm config.Returns the default npm config.

conf - Simple config handling for your app or module

  •    Javascript

All you have to care about is what to persist. This module will handle all the dull details like where and how.If you need this for Electron, check out electron-store instead.

configly - A developer-friendly lightweight replacement for the `config` module that works with custom config directory and pluggable parsers

  •    Javascript

A developer-friendly lightweight replacement for the config module that works with custom config directory and pluggable parsers. Notice of change of ownership: Starting version 3.0.0 this package has changed it's owner and goals. The old version (2.0.3) is still available on npm via npm install configly@2.0.3 and on github.com/ksmithut/configly. Thank you.