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javascript-obfuscator - A powerful obfuscator for JavaScript and Node.js

  •    TypeScript

JavaScript obfuscator is a powerful free obfuscator for JavaScript with a wide number of features which provides protection for your source code. It is not recommended to obfuscate vendor scripts and polyfills, since the obfuscated code is 15-80% slower (depends on options) and the files are significantly larger.

phpsa - Smart/Static Analyzer(sis) for PHP :bowtie::neckbeard:

  •    PHP

PHPSA is a development tool aimed at bringing complex analysis for PHP applications and libraries. P.S This software is currently in early alpha state, any contributions/stars will be awesome.

SSIS SFTP Task Control Flow Component

  •    DotNet

SFTP Task via SSIS - Custom Control Flow Component




SSIS ReportGeneratorTask

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SSIS Task for SQL Server 2008 and 2012 to create server reports or local reports from a recordset data source.

fnFlow - Pronounced "effin' flow" because it's so badass, fnFlow is a Javascript control flow library heavily influenced by Caolan McMahon's async that encourages a proper functional design pattern

  •    Javascript

Pronounced "effin' flow" because it's so badass, fnFlow is a Javascript control flow library heavily influenced by Caolan McMahon's async that encourages a proper functional design pattern.


syncho - Fast and lean abstraction for node Fibers. Easily run asynchronous functions synchronously.

  •    Javascript

syncho is a thin and fast wrapper around fibers for node.js. The API is very similar to node-sync but optimized to reduce overhead (see benchmarks) and in less than 100 lines of code.Pass a function fn to run in a fiber. This is just a shortcut to Fiber(fn).run(). Synchronized functions will throw in case of error so you can use standard try and catch to run your code. All syncho methods need to be run inside a fiber.

each-async - Async concurrent iterator (async forEach)

  •    Javascript

Like async.each(), but tiny.I often use async.each() for doing async operations when iterating, but I almost never use the other gadzillion methods in async.

oibackoff - incremental backoff flow-control for any : fn(function(err, data) { ... });

  •    Javascript

Incremental backoff flow-control for any fn(function(err, data) { ... });. Please note that this repo is stable. This means there may not be many commits, issues or releases. This is normal. Please submit any issues for any queries you may have.

apr - this is like caolan/async which is like lodash but async, but awaitful

  •    Javascript

Collection of tools to manage control flow of/with Promises - inspired by caolan/async. Works with and without async/await. The lib itself only uses promises.

kanban - Kanban is a node.js control-flow library. As the Japanese methodology, it is pull-based.

  •    Javascript

Kanban is a node.js control-flow library. As the Japanese methodology, it is pull-based. Node.js is all about concurrency: the more, the better. If you use external tools, or slow external services, you might reach a point were more concurrency reduce your throughput. You have to do something, and yet you have no data to decide.

autoflow - autoflow (formerly react) is a javascript module to make it easier to work with asynchronous code, by reducing boilerplate code and improving error and exception handling while allowing variable and task dependencies when defining flow

  •    Javascript

autoflow (formerly named react) is a javascript module to make it easier to work with asynchronous code, by reducing boilerplate code and improving error and exception handling while allowing variable and task dependencies when defining flow. This project is applying the concepts of Reactive programming or Dataflow to controlling application flow. This async flow control module is initially designed to work with Node.js but is planned to be extended to browser and other environments.

relign - relign is a promise based control flow library heavily inspired by async

  •    Javascript

relign is a promise based control flow library heavily inspired by async, but goes a bit further. relign treats all functions as values, and thus wherever you can pass a function to relign, it's also fine to pass a value. relign refers to both functions, functions that return promises, promises, and any other value as tasks. relign's utilities are greatly inspired by async. async is one of the most loved libraries on NPM, and there are many very good reasons for this. Async provides a lot of very powerful functions for taking unruly asynchronous code and making it both readable and reasonable. Async does this with the classic error first callback pattern popular in node. relign attempts to achieve a similar set of goals to async, but for promises. It provides a large collection of methods for processing collections of data, and controlling the execution of asynchronous code.

gate - An utility to await multiple asynchronous calls in Node environment

  •    Javascript

Gate is an utility to await multiple asynchronous calls in Node environment. You can get each asynchronous result by index or name.

nue - An async control-flow library suited for node.js.

  •    Javascript

nue is an async control-flow library suited for node.js. The nue module provides following API.

executive - 🕮Elegant command execution for Node.

  •    CoffeeScript

Executive is a simple library which provides a more intuitive interface to child_process.spawn. Very useful with build tools and task runners. Async and sync command execution with built-in control flow for executing multiple commands and collecting results. No need to echo as stderr and stdout are piped by default.

cyclop - Highly focused async. Does one thing... like a boss.

  •    Javascript

I'm no longer actively maintaining this project. If you are interested supporting it - ping me on twitter. The only thing that I will ask you is to not change the API drastically. If you are planning on doing that - better start a brand new project. If you want me to transfer you only the name on npm, I'd be happy to only if the project does not have any downloads on npm lately. In case it's being downloaded, there are people that depend on it and might step up and start maintaining, so I will not transfer it to you, regardless if you want to release a new major version etc.





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