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tqdm - A fast, extensible progress bar for Python and CLI

  •    Python

tqdm means "progress" in Arabic (taqadum, تقدّم) and is an abbreviation for "I love you so much" in Spanish (te quiero demasiado). trange(N) can be also used as a convenient shortcut for tqdm(xrange(N)).

reading-time - A simple, lightweight jQuery plugin used to display an estimated time to read some text

  •    Javascript

Inspired by Medium, Reading Time is a simple, lightweight jQuery plugin used to display an estimated time to read some text. Include jQuery and the plugin in the head or footer of your page.

eta - Embedded JS template engine for Node, Deno, and the browser

  •    TypeScript

Eta is a lightweight and blazing fast embedded JS templating engine that works inside Node, Deno, and the browser. Created by the developers of Squirrelly, it's written in TypeScript and emphasizes phenomenal performance, configurability, and low bundle size. Simply put, Eta is super: super lightweight, super fast, super powerful, and super simple. Like with EJS, you don't have to worry about learning an entire new templating syntax. Just write JavaScript inside your templates.

node-request-progress - Tracks the download progress of a request made with mikeal/request

  •    Javascript

Tracks the download progress of a request made with request, giving insight of various metrics including progress percentage, download speed and time remaining.If the request's response does not include the content-length header, the values of some metrics will be null. Also speed and time.remaining will be null until it can be calculated.




eta-ffi - A command line tool to automate the generation of ffi import code for the bindings of various Java libraries

  •    Haskell

eta-ffi is a Eta source code generator for Java FFI bindings.This repo is under active development.

eta-hackage - A set of patches to make Hackage compatible with the Eta language.

  •    Haskell

and try the installation again.We have categorized the packages from Hackage below in relation to etlas support. If a package from Hackage has not been listed here, it means no one has tried to build it and categorize it.

eta-proposals - Want to propose changes to Eta?

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sbt-eta - An sbt plugin that integrates Eta into Scala projects.

  •    Scala

An sbt plugin that overrides the build cycle to compile Etlas projects located in src/main/eta. It also provides tasks for compiling & running Scala/Eta programs.Make sure it's visible on the PATH.


open-weather - A simple, lightweight jQuery plugin used to display the current weather of any city using the free OpenWeatherMap API

  •    Javascript

A simple, lightweight jQuery plugin used to display the current weather of any city using the free OpenWeatherMap API. This plugin allows you to display the location, the current temperature, the current low temperature, the current high temperature, a description of the current weather, a weather icon, the humidity level, the wind speed, the time the sun will rise, and the time the sun will set.

scrollgress - A simple, lightweight jQuery plugin used to display a progress bar at the top of the page that fills up as the user scrolls

  •    Javascript

Inspired by Pitchfork, Scrollgress is a simple, lightweight jQuery plugin used to display a progress bar at the top of the page that fills up as the user scrolls. Progress can be measured as the user scrolls the page or an element that has overflow: scroll | auto or overflow-y: scroll | auto.

awesome-eta - :star: Useful resources for the Eta programming language

  •    Javascript

You might also like awesome-haskell. Please read the contribution guidelines before contributing.

script-progress - Estimate script execution time

  •    Javascript

A simple tool for heavy NPM/Yarn scripts that run for a long but roughly identical time. It's not intended to be precise but gives you some sense of execution time. The script will show a progress bar on the second and subsequent runs.






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