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gulp-babel - Gulp plugin for Babel

  •    Javascript

Issues with the output should be reported on the Babel issue tracker.See the Babel options, except for sourceMap and filename which is handled for you.

butternut - The fast, future-friendly minifier

  •    Javascript

Butternut is significantly faster than other JavaScript minifiers, and works with the latest version of JavaScript (ES2015, aka ES6, and beyond). It's typically around 3x faster than UglifyJS with default minify options, and 10-15x faster than Babili.The compression is better than Babili and closure-compiler-js (in standard compilation mode — you can get better results with Closure in advanced mode, but only by writing your code in a very particular way). It's almost as good as Uglify in its current version.

core-js - Standard Library

  •    Javascript

It's documentation for the unstable core-js@3, if you looking documentation for core-js@2, please, check this branch. Modular standard library for JavaScript. Includes polyfills for ECMAScript 5, 2015, 2016, 2017: promises, symbols, collections, iterators, typed arrays, many other features, ECMAScript proposals, some cross-platform WHATWG / W3C ECMAScript-related features and proposals like setImmediate. You can load only required features or use it without global namespace pollution.

language-babel - ES2017, flow, React JSX and GraphQL grammar and transpilation for ATOM

  •    CoffeeScript

Language grammar for all versions of JavaScript including ES2016 and ESNext, JSX syntax as used by Facebook React, Atom's etch and others, as well as optional typed JavaScript using Facebook flow. This package also supports highlighting of GraphQL language constructs when inside certain JavaScript template strings. For .graphql and .gql file support please see language-graphql . The colour of syntax is determined by the theme in use. By default the language-babel package will detect file types .js,.babel,.jsx, .es, .es6, .mjs and .flow. Use the standard ATOM interface to enable it for other file types. This provides a grammar that scopes the file in order to colour the text in a meaningful way. If other JavaScript grammars are enabled these may take precedence over language-babel. Look at the bottom right status bar indicator to determine the language grammar of a file being edited. language-babel will be shown as either Babel or Babel ES6 JavaScript. Clicking the name will allow the grammar for a file to be changed.




buble

  •    Javascript

The blazing fast, batteries-included ES2015 compiler

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.


gupack - 基于gulp的前端构建工具

  •    Javascript

(基于gulp的前端构建工具, 支持browserify、webpack对入口文件编译)Based on the front-end build tools of gulp

chump - Chump - Simple chat client for Champ

  •    Javascript

This is a barebones application whose structure is similar to the applications we use at Stukent. It is a React.js application with all the bells and whistles. Take this template and make it look and feel like a real application. It has the potential to be a nice chat application like Slack, HipChat, or Rocket Chat. It just needs a little love.

react-redux-universal-boilerplate - An Universal ReactJS/Redux Boilerplate

  •    Javascript

I started this project to learn tools like React, Redux, Webpack, babeljs.io, ES6/ES2015... I did it mainly for fun. But it will be maintained and then I used it as Boilerplate for my React|Redux projects. So don't worry it works :p. It's not perfect but it works :). An Universal ReactJS/Redux Boilerplate.

react-router-animation-examples - An example using React Router and React's Animations

  •    Javascript

This project is just an example using React Router and React's Animations in a mobile context. So reduce your screen size. In this example I only use react-router but in my opinion we can't only use the router to navigate from one screen to the other. Because obviously the route will change and you'll lose the previous displayed screen. This is not always the wanted effect in a mobile application. Maybe we could combine the router with the pushing and popping techniques like React Native's Navigation or native mobile apps.

proposal-realms - ECMAScript Proposal, specs, and reference implementation for Realms

  •    Javascript

This proposal is at stage 2 of the TC39 Process. You can view the spec rendered as HTML.

proposal-dynamic-modules - ECMAScript Proposal specs for the reform to preserve the order of execution for dynamic modules (REJECTED)

  •    HTML

ECMAScript Proposal specs for the reform to preserve the order of execution for dynamic modules. This proposal was rejected in favor of preserving the current semantics. You can read more about this decision in the tc39-notes. The last slide from Update 2 - March 2017 shows why this proposal is faulty.

proposal-frozen-realms - Drafting Frozen Realm proposal for ES7

  •    HTML

This document specifies complimentary enhancements to the old Realms API proposal focused on making lightweight realms that derive from a shared immutable root realm. The proposal here is intended to compose well with the remainder of the old Realm proposal but is not dependent on any of its elements not re-presented here. These proposals each have utility without the other, and so can be proposed separately. However, together they have more power than each separately. We motivate the Frozen Realm API presented here with a variety of examples.

es2017-lambda-boilerplate - AWS Lambda boilerplate for Node

  •    Javascript

Note: As of April 2018, AWS has announced support for Lambda functions on Node.js 8.10, which already supports all ES2018-2016 features added by this boilerplate (and more). You can however, still use this boilerplate on Node.js 8.10 to make use of the unit testing features. This is a boilerplate for AWS Lambda Node.js 6.10.0 functions, which allows you to use the latest JavaScript ES2016, ES2017 and ES2018 features. The boilerplate also allows you to test your function in a Docker container (thanks to docker-lambda), and also includes common configurations for CI/CD, for both Travis CI and AWS CodeBuild + AWS CloudFormation.