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generate-schema - Convert JSON Objects to MySQL Schema, JSON Schema, Mongoose Schema, Google BigQuery, or a Generic template for Swagger files, documentation, code generation, and more


Convert JSON Objects to MySQL Table Schema, JSON Schema, Mongoose Schema, ClickHouse Schema, Google BigQuery, or a Generic template for documentation, code generation, and more. Optionally, add -g to the above if you want the generate-schema command line executable.

catbox - Multi-strategy object caching service


catbox is a multi-strategy key-value object store. It comes with extensions supporting a memory cache, Redis, MongoDB, Memcached, Riak, Amazon S3, RethinkDB, Couchbase, Aerospike and LevelDB.catbox provides two interfaces: a low-level Client and a high-level Policy.

.Net JavaScript Implementations


One goal of this project is to create JavaScript classes which function as do the the CLR Classes in .Net. Another aspect of this library is to demonstrate proper use of the ES5 concepts and gracefully degrade in situations where ES5 is not found and the current run time ca...




Advanced .NET Collections


Library of specialized containers : dynamic multi-dimensional arrays, bijective (reversible) dictionaries etc.

frunk - Funktional generic programming in Rust: HList, Coproduct, Generic, LabelledGeneric, Validated, Monoid and friends


Statically typed heterogeneous lists. You can pluck a type out of an HList using pluck(), which also gives you back the remainder after plucking that type out. This method is checked at compile-time to make sure that the type you ask for can be extracted.

servicestack-client - TypeScript servicestack-client npm package


ServiceStack's TypeScript library providing convenience utilities in developing web apps. Integrates with ServiceStack's Server features including ServiceClient, Server Events, Error Handling and Validation

ServiceStack.Swift - Swift support used in ServiceStack


Follow @ServiceStack or join the Google+ Community for updates, or StackOverflow or the Customer Forums for support.See Swift Add ServiceStack Reference for an overview of the Swift Support in ServiceStack.


ServiceStack.Java - ServiceStack Java Libraries and Apps


Follow @ServiceStack or join the Google+ Community for updates, or StackOverflow or the Customer Forums for support.For information on the different code-generation configuration options available and examples of using the JsonServiceClient refer to the Java ServiceStack Reference Documentation.

Astview - Astview is a graphical viewer for abstract syntax trees


Astview (short for "abstract syntax tree view") is a little desktop program to be used by people that want to investigate syntax trees, e.g. students and lecturers in compiler construction courses. The program evolved as a case study in datatype-generic programming and building graphical user interfaces in Haskell. Astview is under continuous development. The sources can be found at Github.

xfer - Simple binary TLV reader/writer for node.js


xfer is a module for node.js that reads and writes binary-compatible messages using a simple TLV-like protocol.Two types of events are emitted from an Xfer instance: integer (type) events and a special catch-all event ('*').

blocktree - Back to the basics, Hickey-inspired, generic text parser


Back to the basics, Hickey-inspired, generic text parser that spits out an Abstract Syntax Tree that you can operate on.Another analogy you can draw is where your cursor is in a document is a marker and when you make a selection, that's a block.

RangeTree - A generic interval tree implementation in C#


A generic implementation of a centered interval tree in C#. Also comes with an asynchronous version which rebuilds the tree using the Task Parallel Library (TPL). In computer science, an interval tree is an ordered tree data structure to hold intervals. Specifically, it allows one to efficiently find all intervals that overlap with any given interval or point. It is often used for windowing queries, for instance, to find all roads on a computerized map inside a rectangular viewport, or to find all visible elements inside a three-dimensional scene.