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webhook - webhook is a lightweight configurable tool written in Go, that allows you to easily create HTTP endpoints (hooks) on your server, which you can use to execute configured commands

  •    Go

webhook is a lightweight configurable tool written in Go, that allows you to easily create HTTP endpoints (hooks) on your server, which you can use to execute configured commands. You can also pass data from the HTTP request (such as headers, payload or query variables) to your commands. webhook also allows you to specify rules which have to be satisfied in order for the hook to be triggered.For example, if you're using Github or Bitbucket, you can use webhook to set up a hook that runs a redeploy script for your project on your staging server, whenever you push changes to the master branch of your project.

hydrogen - :atom: Run code interactively, inspect data, and plot

  •    Javascript

Hydrogen is an interactive coding environment that supports Python, R, JavaScript and other Jupyter kernels. Checkout our Documentation and Medium blog post to see what you can do with Hydrogen.

node-cross-spawn - A cross platform solution to node's spawn and spawnSync

  •    Javascript

A cross platform solution to node's spawn and spawnSync. All these issues are handled correctly by cross-spawn. There are some known modules, such as win-spawn, that try to solve this but they are either broken or provide faulty escaping of shell arguments.




run-jxa - Run JXA code and get the result

  •    Javascript

JXA is JavaScript for Automation on macOS. Requires macOS 10.10 or later.Returns a Promise for the value returned from input.

run-node - Run the Node.js binary no matter what

  •    Shell

You can't always assume running $ node file.js will just work. The user might have the node binary in a non-standard location. They might be using a Node.js version manager like nvm, which is sourced in a subshell and not available from the outside. It also depends from where you're trying to run it. For example, GUI apps on macOS doesn't inherit the $PATH, so the node binary would not be found. Most projects that depend on Node.js just end up telling the user to manually set the full path to the node binary in some project specific settings. Now every project has to do this. Ugh... I prefer things to just work. With this module it will.This Bash script uses some tricks to find the Node.js binary on your system and run it.


p-time - Measure the time a promise takes to resolve

  •    Javascript

Returns a decorated version of input that when called returns a Promise with a time property of the elapsed time in milliseconds.Returns a decorated version of input that when called logs the elapsed time in milliseconds of the Promise.

node-buffered-spawn - Buffered child_process#spawn

  •    Javascript

Buffered child_process#spawn.In terms of arguments, they are equal to node's spawn.

node-cross-spawn-async - A cross platform solution to node's spawn

  •    Javascript

A cross platform solution to node's spawn.This module is deprecated, use cross-spawn instead which no longer requires a build toolchain.

ambi - Execute a function ambidextrously (normalizes the differences between synchronous and asynchronous functions)

  •    Javascript

Execute a function ambidextrously (normalizes the differences between synchronous and asynchronous functions). Useful for treating synchronous functions as asynchronous functions (like supporting both synchronous and asynchronous event definitions automatically).Older environments may need Babel's Polyfill or something similar.

npm-run-path - Get your PATH prepended with locally installed binaries

  •    Javascript

In npm run scripts you can execute locally installed binaries by name. This enables the same outside npm.Working directory.

lazy-value - Create a lazily evaluated value

  •    Javascript

Useful when a value is expensive to generate, so you want to delay the computation until the value is needed. For example, improving startup performance by deferring nonessential operations.Expected to return a value.

define-lazy-prop - Define a lazily evaluated property on an object

  •    Javascript

Useful when the value of a property is expensive to generate, so you want to delay the computation until the property is needed. For example, improving startup performance by deferring nonessential operations.Object to add property to.

shellfuncs - Python API to execute shell functions as they would be Python functions

  •    Python

Python API to execute functions written in shell script. Yeah, yeah, I know about easier ways of achieving the above, too. Thanks.

brackets-nodejs - Connecting Brackets and Node.js

  •    Javascript

... is an extension for Brackets to run Node.js or NPM files directly from Brackets. Use the new added menu Node.js.

funex - Javascript library for evaluation of functional expressions

  •    Javascript

A Javascript api for evaluating functional expressions. This library bring the concept of a funex, which is short for "Functional Expressions".