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country-flags - SVG and PNG renders of all countries' flags.

  •    Javascript

This repository contains renders of all the worlds flags in SVG and PNG format. The source files were taken from Wikipedia and are not under copyright protection since flags are effectively in public domain (there may be other restrictions on how the flag can be used though).

FlagKit - Beautiful flag icons for usage in apps and on the web.

  •    Swift

Beautiful flag icons for usage in apps and on the web. All flags are provided as stand-alone PNG and SVG files. FlagKit also provides an Asset Catalog and framework for easy use on Apple platforms. FlagKit provides a framework for easy installation as a dependency. You can also manually copy the Asset Catalog into your project.

abseil-py - Abseil Common Libraries (Python)

  •    Python

This repository is a collection of Python library code for building Python applications. The code is collected from Google's own Python code base, and has been extensively tested and used in production. Please refer to smoke_tests/sample_app.py as an example to get started.

args - Toolkit for building command line interfaces

  •    Javascript

This package makes creating command line interfaces a breeze. Register a new option for the binary in which it's being called.

flaggy - Idiomatic Go input parsing with subcommands, positional values, and flags at any position

  •    Go

Check out the godoc, examples directory, and examples in this readme to get started quickly. Best practice when using flaggy includes setting your program's name, description, and version (at build time).

FlagPhoneNumber - A formatted phone number UITextField with country flag picker.

  •    C

FlagPhoneNumber is a phone number textfield with a fancy country code picker. To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.

argvments - Parse command line arguments

  •    Javascript

If you're looking to use this in a CLI app, you probably want meow instead.Arguments to parse.

feature-gateway - Simple, memory and JS based feature testing with express support.

  •    Javascript

Simple, memory and JS based feature testing with express support.Now my code can use fooFeature test and 50% of visitors will get the feature to allow me to perform real A/B testing.

node-flipr - Feature flipping and configuration using yaml files.

  •    Javascript

For v0, see this branch.The percent rule is used to change config values based on some percentage calculated using a unique identifier. One common use for this rule is rolling out changes to an arbitrary percentage of users. The example below shows how would you enable a feature for 15% of your users.

aliases - Parse flag aliases in CLI help output

  •    Javascript

The result can be passed directly to the minimist alias option or used in meow with some effort.CLI help output.

subarg - parse arguments with recursive contexts

  •    Javascript

This module is useful if you need to pass arguments into a piece of code without coordinating ahead of time with the main program, like with a plugin system.Parse the arguments array args, passing opts to minimist.

svg-flags-rails - Resolution-independent country flags for your website

  •    Ruby

Forks and PRs welcomed, to promote reuse of precious time. FD0 People whom actually KWTHTD should curate flags to maintain resolution-agnosticness... they should work for tiny feature phones / LCD displays, press work and when 16X displays come out.

bin-v8-flags-filter - Filters out v8 flags for your Node.js CLIs.

  •    Javascript

Filters out v8 flags for your Node.js CLIs. Filters out well-known v8 flags given to your app and spawns new process with v8 flags passed to Node.js and the rest of the args passed to your actual CLI. Basically an extraction of related mocha code.

flags - Freely usable country and state flags from around the world

  •    HTML

This is a big repository of flag images for countries (and subdivisions). The flags are all named according to ISO 3166 alpha-2 for easy use in applications. You can download the entire repository, or you can access individual flags via http://flags.ox3.in (see below for details). You can see a list of all the flags available and the names/codes/aliases for the corresponding countries in this spreadsheet.

react-world-flags - SVG flags of the world for react

  •    Javascript

Where code is the two letter, three letter or three digit country code. The bundle contains all flags of the world and is about 1.3 MB gzipped.

optionator - JavaScript option parsing and help generation library

  •    LiveScript

Optionator is a JavaScript/Node.js option parsing and help generation library used by eslint, Grasp, LiveScript, esmangle, escodegen, and many more. For an online demo, check out the Grasp online demo.

mri - Quickly scan for CLI flags and arguments

  •    Javascript

This is a fast and lightweight alternative to minimist and yargs-parser. See Comparisons for more info.

flagg - Barebones subcommand handling

  •    Go

flagg is a tiny package that makes it easier to build CLI apps that use subcommands. I built it because the stdlib flag package is too low-level, but popular alternatives like spf13/cobra are full-fledged frameworks with too many bells and whistles for my liking. flagg is designed around the stdlib *flag.FlagSet type. Simply put, it is a utility for constructing a hierarchy of *flag.FlagSet-based commands, parsing them, and identifying which command was selected.

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