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hermes - Golang package that generates clean, responsive HTML e-mails for sending transactional mail

  •    Go

Hermes is the Go port of the great mailgen engine for Node.js. Check their work, it's awesome! It's a package that generates clean, responsive HTML e-mails for sending transactional e-mails (welcome e-mails, reset password e-mails, receipt e-mails and so on), and associated plain text fallback.Theme templates will be embedded in your application binary. If you want to use external templates (for configuration), use your own theme by implementing hermes.Theme interface with code searching for your files.

Hermes Distribution Framework

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A framework for implementing transactional file systems.

hermes - Fast and reliable message broker built on top of Kafka.

  •    Java

Hermes is an asynchronous message broker built on top of Kafka. We provide reliable, fault tolerant REST interface for message publishing and adaptive push mechanisms for message sending.Questions? We are on gitter.

node-hydna - Hydna bindings for Node.js

  •    Javascript

The node.js hydna library is a straight-forward implementation of the wink binary protocol. The module has been closely modeled to the native node.js modules and the usage pattern should come naturally to developers using other node.js modules. The module does not have any external dependencies. A read/write channel is opened and event-listeners for connect and error are attached to the channel.




hermes-core - Hermes-core, a PoC implementation of Hermes access control and data sharing scheme

  •    C

Hermes-core is a proof of concept for Hermes. Hermes is a cryptography-based method of providing protected data storage and sharing that allows enforcing cryptographically checked CRUD permissions to data blocks and doesn't let server that's running Hermes do anything worse than DoS. In other words, Hermes enables collaboration and distributed data sharing through enforcing access control with the help of cryptographic methods.