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browser-unpack - parse a bundle generated by browser-pack

  •    Javascript

Return an array of rows from the bundle source string src.

invert-kv - Invert the key/value of an object. Example: {foo: 'bar'} → {bar: 'foo'}

  •    Javascript

Invert the key/value of an object. Example: `{foo: 'bar'}` → `{bar: 'foo'}`

inverter - Simply translate LTR-based CSS file to RTL, or the opposite

  •    Javascript

Simply flips LTR-based CSS file to RTL, or the opposite, in pure javascript, using a bunch of regular expressions. Can be both used on the server-side with Node.js, or client-side. This package has been inspired by Google's great CSSJanus. fixGradient: Fixes most common CSS gradient definitions. This fix will replace left with right, XXXdeg with -XXXdeg and the opposites inside gradients.




react-image-filter - Lightweight React component, for applying color filters on images, works in all modern browsers plus IE10+ and Edge

  •    Javascript

Component is written as ES module, so it will work with webpack and other module bundlers (which is standard for React apps anyway). Tested with react-create-app and my boilerplate, Marvin. Check the interactive demo.

deluminate - An extension for Google Chrome (and Chromium) that inverts the luminance of websites.

  •    Javascript

An extension for Google Chrome (and Chromium) that inverts the luminance of websites to make them easier on the eyes. Warning: because of the way this extension inverts the luminance of rendered pages, it may cause noticeable slowdowns for some users. If this happens, try pasting chrome://flags/ into your URL bar and click 'enable' on the "Override software rendering list" option. Otherwise, you may prefer another extension that uses custom CSS to set the default background and text color of web pages.