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droppy - Self-hosted file storage

  •    Javascript

droppy is a self-hosted file storage server with a web interface and capabilities to edit files and view media directly in the browser. It is particularly well-suited to be run on low-end hardware like the Raspberry Pi. droppy maintains a in-memory representation of the files directory. If you're on slow storage and/or serving 100k or more files, the initial indexing on startup will likely take some time.

Shout - The self-hosted web IRC client

  •    Javascript

Shout is a web IRC client that you host on your own server.

express-dom - Prepare, render web pages - express middleware

  •    Javascript

Express middleware (pre)rendering web pages in a hosted web browser. Uses node-webkitgtk, which supports partial fallback to jsdom when the c++ bindings are not builded - in which case some features are disabled like pdf/png output (since express-dom 5.1.3).

is-lambda - Detect if your code is running on an AWS Lambda server

  •    Javascript

Returns true if the current environment is an AWS Lambda server.

sixnines - Website Availability Monitor

  •    Ruby

sixnines.io is a hosted service to validate and prove availability of your web service and sites. Read this blog post for more details: SixNines.io, Your Website Availability Monitor. Here, the style parameter can be either round or flat. The format parameter can be either svg (106x20) or png (424x80).

node-v - 🔒 Secure ❄️ Synchronized ⚡️ Realtime ☁️ Cloud 🌈 Native JavaScript Variables & Events

  •    Javascript

V extends your in-memory variables to also be saved/persisted instantly. Variables are instantly synchronized between all running instances of V in a room. When you (re)start in a room, variables and constants are reloaded/rehydrated automatically. If no roomId is passed, a new one will be assigned automatically and printed in the console.

control-freak - IDE for IoT & friends

  •    Javascript

No matter its installed locally or globally, control-freak will create a user workspace at /home/user/.control-freak. First you connect your device, then you build "commands" for your device's functionality and as last you drag those commands on GUI elements like buttons. As last step, you export the whole thing The IDE deploys your scripts to the OSX, Windows, Linux, Raspberry-PI, ARM-6+ or to your preferred web server.