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YeoPress - A Yeoman generator for WordPress

  •    Javascript

For a full example, open up the local .yeopress file that is created by the generator. This file is located in the directory you ran yo wordpress in.

casual - Fake data generator for javascript

  •    Javascript

NOTE: if getter function has non-empty arguments list then generator should be called as function casual.profile('public'), otherwise it should be accessed as property casual.profile. Default locale is en_US.

isomorphic-flux-boilerplate - ES7 Isomorphic Flux/ReactJS Boilerplate

  •    Javascript

A wonderfull boilerplate for Flux/ReactJS universal applications, running on koajs. Koa will be our server for the server side rendering, we use alt for our Flux architecture and react-router for routing in our app.




metalsmith - An extremely simple, pluggable static site generator.

  •    Javascript

An extremely simple, pluggable static site generator. In Metalsmith, all of the logic is handled by plugins. You simply chain them together. Here's what the simplest blog looks like...

rest - REST API generator with Node.js, Express and Mongoose

  •    Javascript

📹 Watch this video for an overview on how to use generator-rest and deploy your project to Heroku. If you find this useful, please don't forget to star ⭐️ the repo, as this will help to promote the project. Follow me on Twitter and GitHub to keep updated about this project and others.

ignite - The hottest CLI for React Native, boilerplates, plugins, generators, and more!

  •    Javascript

Note: if you're coming to Chain React, the React Native Conference in Portland July 11-13, we'll be handing out Ignite stickers! Be sure to say hi to an Infinite Red employee there. After months of work and sweat and tears, Ignite CLI has landed! We're incredibly proud of where Ignite CLI is and where it's headed.

redux-cli - An opinionated CLI for building redux/react apps quicker

  •    Javascript

There is an init subcommand for you to specify all paths to where components live in your project. The init command just creates a .blueprintrc in your project root. If you want to you can just create the .blueprintrc manually. Note on configuration: This project tries to walk on a fine line between convention and configuration. Since the majority of React applications will separate their smart/dumb components if you pass in those paths you'll get those generators for free. However, some of the other generators might not write files to the exact paths that you use for your project. It's easy to override the CLI generators with your own so that the generators will write files to the correct location. See: creating custom blueprints.


bwip-js - Barcode Writer in Pure JavaScript

  •    Javascript

bwip-js is a translation to native JavaScript of the amazing code provided in Barcode Writer in Pure PostScript. The translated code can run on any modern browser or JavaScript-based server framework. The software has encoding modules for over 90 different barcode types and standards. All linear and two-dimensional barcodes in common use (and many uncommon ones) are available. An exhaustive list of supported barcode types can be found at the end of this document.

resumake.io - 📋 A website for automatically generating elegant LaTeX resumes.

  •    Javascript

A website for automatically generating elegant LaTeX resumes without the need to write any TeX code yourself. Simply choose a template, fill in as much (or as little) info as you want, and then press Make to see your output. You can change your template at any point to see how your resume looks with different designs.

chancejs - Chance - Random generator helper for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Many more details on http://chancejs.com but this single library can generate random numbers, characters, strings, names, addresses, dice, and pretty much anything else. It includes the basic building blocks for all these items and is built on top of a Mersenne Twister so it can generate these things with repeatability, if desired.

randomColor - A tiny script for generating attractive colors

  •    Javascript

A tiny script for generating attractive random colors. See the demo for an explanation and some samples. randomColor has been ported to C#, C++, Go, Haskell, PHP, Python, Swift, Objective-C, Java, R and Rust. hue – Controls the hue of the generated color. You can pass a string representing a color name: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink and monochrome are currently supported. If you pass a hexidecimal color string such as #00FFFF, randomColor will extract its hue value and use that to generate colors.

node-thunkify - Turn a regular node function into one which returns a thunk

  •    Javascript

Turn a regular node function into one which returns a thunk, useful for generator-based flow control such as co.

contra - :surfer: Asynchronous flow control with a functional taste to it

  •    Javascript

Feature requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.Install using npm or bower. Or get the source code and embed that in a <script> tag.

hygen - The simple, fast, and scalable code generator that lives in your project.

  •    Javascript

hygen is the simple, fast, and scalable code generator that lives in your project. This will generate content into the current working directory in hygen-example.

triangles - Delaunay triangulation + Lambertian reflectance

  •    Javascript

Download this repository and run index.html in your browser or open this link.

favicons - Favicons generator for Node.js

  •    Javascript

To use Favicons, require the appropriate module and call it, optionally specifying configuration and callback objects. A sample is shown on the right. The full list of options can be found on GitHub. The Gulp / Grunt wrapper modules have a few extra properties. You can also configure and use Favicons from the terminal with dot syntax.

badgen-service - Fast svg badge generating service

  •    Javascript

Home of badgen.net, fast badge generating service. Then, logically, Badgen Service was born. I had a good time with shields.io, but as time goes by Shields gets slower, leaves more and more broken badges in READMEs. Badgen is trying to be a fast alternative with simplicity and flexibility. Its codebase is simple (2K LoCs vs Shields' 22K LoCs), well structured and fun to develop - it is pretty easy to add badge(s) for new service(s).