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node-fibers - Fiber/coroutine support for v8 and node.

  •    C++

Fibers, sometimes called coroutines, are a powerful tool which expose an API to jump between multiple call stacks from within a single thread. This can be useful to make code written for a synchronous library play nicely in an asynchronous environment. Note: node-fibers uses node-gyp for building. To manually invoke the build process, you can use node-gyp rebuild. This will put the compiled extension in build/Release/fibers.node. However, when you do require('fibers'), it will expect the module to be in, for example, bin/linux-x64-v8-3.11/fibers.node. You can manually put the module here every time you build, or you can use the included build script. Either npm install or node build -f will do this for you. If you are going to be hacking on node-fibers, it may be worthwhile to first do node-gyp configure and then for subsequent rebuilds you can just do node-gyp build which will be faster than a full npm install or node-gyp rebuild.

postcss-preset-env - Convert modern CSS into something browsers understand

  •    CSS

PostCSS Preset Env lets you convert modern CSS into something most browsers can understand, determining the polyfills you need based on your targeted browsers or runtime environments. Without any configuration options, PostCSS Preset Env enables Stage 2 features and supports all browsers.




posterus - Composable async primitives (futures) with cancelation, control over scheduling, and coroutines

  •    Javascript

Posterus is a library of promise-like asynchronous primitives (futures) that support cancelation. Futures compose just like promises, but can also be cleanly shut down, aborting pending operations and freeing resources. Posterus also exposes its inner scheduling capabilities, allowing you to "opt out" of asynchrony when needed (motivating example).

httpinvoke - A no-dependencies HTTP client library for browsers and Node

  •    Javascript

A no-dependencies HTTP client library for browsers and Node.js with a promise-based or Node.js-style callback-based API to progress events, text and binary file upload and download, partial response body, request and response headers, status code. Any one, two or three arguments can be skipped, except the url.


deferred - Modular and fast Promises implementation for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Deferred is complete, one of the fastest and natural promise implementation in JavaScript, with Deferred you can write clear maintainable code that takes maximum out of asynchronicity, in fact due to multi-dimensional nature of promises (chaining and nesting) you're forced to program declaratively. With Deferred you also can: Process collections of deferred calls. Handle Node.js asynchronous functions. Limit concurrency of scheduled tasks. Emit progress events or stream results partially on the go.

Promises, Promises...

  •    Javascript

A self-contained JavaScript implementation of the Promises/A+ specification (and Deferred provider), suitable for inclusion in larger libraries and projects.

node-ib - Interactive Brokers TWS API client library for Node.js

  •    Java

ib is Interactive Brokers TWS (or IB Gateway) API client library for Node.js. This is a direct port of Interactive Brokers' official Java client. There is no C++/Java library dependency. It makes a socket connection to TWS (or IB Gateway) using the net module, and all messages are entirely processed in JavaScript. It uses EventEmitter to pass the result back to user.

node-promise-mysql

  •    Javascript

Promise-mysql is a wrapper for mysqljs/mysql that wraps function calls with Bluebird promises. Usually this would be done with Bluebird's .promisifyAll() method, but mysqljs/mysql's footprint is different to that of what Bluebird expects. At the minute only the standard connection (using .createConnection()) and the pool (using .createPool()) is supported. createPoolCluster is not implemented yet.

fun-task - Abstraction for managing asynchronous code in JS

  •    Javascript

An abstraction for managing asynchronous code in JS.* The name is an abbreviation for "functional task" (this library is based on many ideas from Functional Programming). The type that library implements is usually referred to in the documentation as just "Task".

experimental - cross platform way to retrieve experimental features

  •    Javascript

The function returns the found string, if any, or undefined. By default, if we check experimental(window, "requestAnimationFrame") nothing will happen to the window object and, as example in Webkit browsers, the "webkitRequestAnimationFrame" string will be returned.