Displaying 1 to 20 from 45 results

json.human.js - Convert JSON to human readable HTML

  •    Javascript

A small library to convert a JSON object into a human readable HTML representation that is easy to style for different purposes. At Event Fabric we need to display JSON to people from all technical levels without being to technical but also without losing information about the underlying JSON object.

Schedule - ⏳ Lightweight timed task scheduler for Swift. (A modern alternative to Timer)

  •    Swift

Schedule is a lightweight timed tasks scheduler for Swift. It allows you run timed tasks using an incredibly human-friendly syntax.

TheaterJS - Typing animation mimicking human behavior.

  •    Javascript

Typing animation mimicking human behavior. Let me know if you're using TheaterJS, I'd be glad to add it to this list.

hjson - Hjson, a user interface for JSON

  •    HTML

Adds comments, makes it nicer to read and avoids comma mistakes. For details see hjson.org.

Schedule - Schedule timing task in Swift using a fluent API. (A friendly alternative to Timer)

  •    Swift

Schedule is a timing tasks scheduler written in Swift. It allows you run timing tasks with elegant and intuitive syntax. The running mechanism of Schedule is based on Plan, and Plan is actually a sequence of Interval.

pretty-bytes - Convert bytes to a human readable string: 1337 → 1.34 kB

  •    Javascript

Useful for displaying file sizes for humans.Note that it uses base-10 (e.g. kilobyte). Read about the difference between kilobyte and kibibyte.

HAPI - A spec for Humanized web APIs, aka HAPI

  •    Javascript

Question: Why should an API be humanized? Answer: Machines consume APIs, but people still write the software that run on those machines. HAPI addresses this problem by reducing all operations to simple requests that can be initiated and read by any standard web browser. API calls are reduced from a series of instructions into a single, self-documenting URL that can be clicked from an Email, chat, blog post (or anything else) with results that are simple enough to be read back over the phone in plain english.

hjson-js - Hjson for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

JSON is easy for humans to read and write... in theory. In practice JSON gives us plenty of opportunities to make mistakes without even realizing it. Hjson is a syntax extension to JSON. It's NOT a proposal to replace JSON or to incorporate it into the JSON spec itself. It's intended to be used like a user interface for humans, to read and edit before passing the JSON data to the machine.

pretty-time-zsh - Convert seconds to a human readable string: 165392 → 1d 21h 56m 32s

  •    Shell

Install with npm or Antigen, clone this repo, or just download the pretty-time.zsh file.Add zgen load sindresorhus/pretty-time-zsh to your .zshrc and run zgen reset.

trigrams - Trigram files for 400+ languages

  •    Javascript

Trigrams for 400+ languages.Returns information about all trigrams occurring in a certain declaration, in the form of an object.

udhr - Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Unicode) in plain-text and JSON

  •    Javascript

The most translated document, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in Unicode, in JavaScript.Returns an array of information objects. Gets information about the documents: their stage, if a plain text version is available, if an accessible JSON document is available, language regions and lat-long locations, etcetera.

proquint - Identifiers that are readable, spellable, and pronounceable.

  •    Javascript

Identifiers that are readable, spellable, and pronounceable. A "proquint" (see here) is a method of encoding an integer (or really, a sequence of 0 or more 16-bit words) as a sequence of 5-character, pronounceable strings. This is to facilitate easy communication of the identifier via "wetware" (read: human) channels.

file-size - Lightweight filesize to human-readable / proportions w/o dependencies for node

  •    Javascript

File-size module for node.js for converting, manipulating, and handling file-sizes. Using filesize is very easy, a lot easier if you know the Specification Table. However, it's not required to know it, and in most cases you won't need it.