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trash - Move files and folders to the trash

  •    Javascript

Works on macOS, Linux, and Windows.In contrast to fs.unlink, del, and rimraf which permanently delete files, this only moves them to the trash, which is much safer and reversible.

Files - A nicer way to handle files & folders in Swift

  •    Swift

Welcome to Files, a compact library that provides a nicer way to handle files and folders in Swift. It’s primarily aimed at Swift scripting and tooling, but can also be embedded in applications that need to access the file system. It's essentially a thin wrapper around the FileManager APIs that Foundation provides. Files can be easily used in either a Swift script, command line tool or in an app for iOS, macOS, tvOS or Linux.

del - Delete files and directories

  •    Javascript

Similar to rimraf, but with a Promise API and support for multiple files and globbing. It also protects you against deleting the current working directory and above.Support this project and improve your JavaScript skills with this great ES6 course by Wes Bos. Try his free JavaScript 30 course for a taste of what to expect. You might also like his React and Sublime course.




trash-cli - Move files and folders to the trash

  •    Javascript

Works on macOS, Linux, and Windows.In contrast to rm which is dangerous and permanently delete files, this only moves them to the trash, which is much safer and reversible. I would also recommend reading my guide on safeguarding rm.

re-ducks - An attempt to extend the original proposal for redux modular architecture: https://github

  •    Javascript

Before starting, read more about the original ducks modular approach proposal. When trying to embrace this idea in medium-large scale codebases I noticed that the single duck file becomes harder and harder to maintain and read. So I want to propose an extended approach that works great when you go beyond a todo-app.

TabStrip ASP.NET WebControl & Tab Image Builder Tool

  •    ASPNET

An ASP.NET tab control which renders as a styled unordered list ( <ul> ). A tool for creating the tab images is also included, and you can add your own as well.


Easy Mp3 Organizer

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Organize your MP3 collection in a folder structure and files names as you wish.

Vanity Remover

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This application removes all sub-folders (and the folder itself) where vanity is found. In other words: Recursivly checks for and deletes empty folders. Simple as that.

System.Common

  •    DotNet

A .Net library that provides methods, properties and more that the .Net Framework doesn't provide.

DashVis - An open-source Dashboard built for users, to organize their resources via Tables and Folders

  •    CSS

DashVis is an open-source Dashboard built with Rails for all users in general. DashVis can be used to organize your resources via Tables (For exampe, Notepad, Contacts, Playlist, etc.)and Folders (For example, Entertainment, Studies, etc.). Feel free to use the live website and take the help of the User's manual.This lead to inception of DashVis, and is exactly what DashVis stands for - to provide users with power of managing their data at a single place.

require-tree - require multiple files and directories at once

  •    Javascript

A require()-like method for directories, returning an object that mirrors the file tree. Use a property of the exports object as it's key (instead of the filename) in the final object.

monocle - a tool for watching things

  •    Javascript

When a new file is added to the directoy it triggers a file change and thus will be passed to your specified listener. Just an alias of watchFiles and watchDirectory so you don't need to tell if that's a file or a directory by yourself. Parameter passed to path can be a string or a array of string.

nsync - Bye bye bye rsync

  •    CoffeeScript

nsync is a commandline tool and node.js library that synchronises folders using pluggable transports. Install node.js if you haven't already.





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