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autoNumeric - autoNumeric is a standalone library that provides live as-you-type formatting for international numbers and currencies

  •    Javascript

autoNumeric is a standalone Javascript library that provides live as-you-type formatting for international numbers and currencies.The latest stable branch is always on master. Currently this is version 4.*. if you want to live dangerously, you can check out the latest development version in the next branch. For older stable versions, please take a look here. Alternatively, you can use our guide for upgrading from version 1.9/2 to version 4. Moreover, you can take a look at what could be the next features coming to autoNumeric on our project page (feel free to participate!).

Dollar - A functional tool-belt for Swift Language similar to Lo-Dash or Underscore.js in Javascript

  •    Swift

Dollar is a Swift library that provides useful functional programming helper methods without extending any built in objects. It is similar to Lo-Dash or Underscore.js in Javascript. NOTE: Starting Swift 4 $ is no longer a valid identifier. So you get the following error: '$' is not an identifier; use backticks to escape it . Instead use Dollar.

autoNumeric

  •    JQuery

autoNumeric is a jQuery plugin that automatically formats currency (money) and numbers as you type on form inputs. It supports most International numeric formats and currency signs including those used in Europe, North and South America, Asia and India (lakhs**).

vue-autoNumeric - A Vue.js component that wraps the awesome autoNumeric input formatter library

  •    Vue

vue-autoNumeric wraps the awesome AutoNumeric library and generate an <input> element managed by AutoNumeric.Note: In order to minimize the size of the vue-autoNumeric component, the AutoNumeric library dependency is not bundled with it.




cakephp-currency-converter - A CakePHP plugin to convert your price from a currency to another

  •    PHP

Is very frequently that inside your sites you need to convert your price from a currency to another currency. This library convert your price in every currency of the world. It works with fixer.io and can store currency rates inside a database if you would like. You can configure time updates to get new conversion from fixer.io, if you don't want to use database, rates are updated every time with the current conversion.

acf - Aggregated Channel Feature object detection in C++ and OpenGL ES 2

  •    C++

This module is very well suited to running real time object detection on mobile processors, where recent high performing but GPU needy DNN approaches aren't as suitable. The ACF pyramids can be computed with the OpenGL ES 2.0 shaders and retrieved more or less for free (< 1 frame time with 1 frame of latency). For selfie video, the pretrained face detectors (see FACE80 and FACE64) run in a few milliseconds on an iPhone 7. TODO: The Locally Decorrelated Channel Feature addition has not yet been added (see LDCF), but the 5x5 kernels should map well to OpenGL shaders. That should make performance very competitive (see Piotr's references for comparisons). ACF is a CMake based project that uses the Hunter package manager to download and build project dependencies from source as needed. Hunter contains detailed documentation, but a few high level notes and documentation links are provided here to help orient first time users. In practice, some working knowledge of CMake may also be required. Hunter itself is written in CMake, and is installed as part of the build process from a single HunterGate() macro at the top of the root CMakeLists.txt file (typically cmake/Hunter/HunterGate.cmake) (you don't have to build or install it). Each CMake dependency's find_package(FOO) call that is paired with a hunter_add_package(FOO CONFIG REQUIRED) will be managed by Hunter. In most cases, the only system requirement for building a Hunter project is a recent CMake with CURL support and a working compiler correpsonding to the operative toolchain. Hunter will maintain all dependencies in a versioned local cache by default (typically ${HOME}/.hunter) where they can be reused in subsequent builds and shared between different projects. They can also be stored in a server side binary cache -- select toolchains will be backed by a server side binary cache (https://github.com/elucideye/hunter-cache) and will produce faster first time builds (use them if you can!).


undollar - undollar eats the dollar sign in the command you just pasted into your terminal

  •    Javascript

undollar strips the dollar sign from the beginning of the terminal command you just copied from StackOverflow when you were searching for what arguments to pass to tar (xzf? xvfJ? Or was it xvf? You never seem to remember). After you've installed undollar, you can forget it exists. Next time you paste in a command prefixed with a dollar sign, undollar will quietly eat the dollar sign and run the rest of the command.

undollar - undollar eats the dollar sign in the command you just pasted into your terminal

  •    Javascript

undollar strips the dollar sign from the beginning of the terminal command you just copied from StackOverflow when you were searching for what arguments to pass to tar (xzf? xvfJ? Or was it xvf? You never seem to remember). After you've installed undollar, you can forget it exists. Next time you paste in a command prefixed with a dollar sign, undollar will quietly eat the dollar sign and run the rest of the command.






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