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typescript-vs-flowtype - Differences between Flowtype and TypeScript -- syntax and usability

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Both TypeScript and Flow are very similar products and they share most of their syntax with some important differences. In this document I've tried to compile the list of differences and similarities between Flowtype and TypeScript -- specifically the syntax, usage and usability. This document might be incomplete and/or contain mistakes and was last updated to describe TypeScript 3.0 and Flow 0.79.1.

array-explorer - ⚡️ A resource to help figure out what JavaScript array method would be best to use at any given time

  •    Javascript

When I was first learning array methods, I spent a lot of time digging through the docs to find the appropriate one, and I had to search one by one. I made this resource to help people find the correct array method a bit more naturally. You can narrow down what you want to do and explore until you find what's most useful to you. I realize that there are about a million ways that this resource can be set up, and some of the taxonomy is necessarily opionionated. I tried to focus on what I thought would have helped me learn the best, rather than industry standard delineations (mutator, accessor, iteration, for example). There are a lot of resources that already divide the methods this way, so if that style of learning suits you better, that's great! This resource is not set up that way. Please keep in mind that this is not meant to be as comprehensive or a replacement for full documentation, which is why the MDN docs are linked to in each method.

object-explorer - 🔥 A resource to help figure out what JavaScript object method would be best to use at any given time

  •    Javascript

When I was first learning object methods, I spent a lot of time digging through the docs to find the appropriate one, and I had to search one by one. I made this resource to help people find the correct object method a bit more naturally. You can narrow down what you want to do and explore until you find what's most useful to you. I realize that there are about a million ways that this resource can be set up, and some of the taxonomy is necessarily opinionated. I tried to focus on what I thought would have helped me learn the best, rather than industry standard delineations. If that style of learning suits you better, that's great! This resource is not set up that way. Please keep in mind that this is not meant to be as comprehensive or a replacement for full documentation, which is why the MDN docs are linked to in each method.

patch-package - Fix broken node modules with no fuss 📦👌

  •    TypeScript

patch-package lets app authors instantly make and keep fixes to npm dependencies. It's a vital band-aid for those of us living on the bleeding edge. Patches created by patch-package are automatically and gracefully applied when you use npm(>=5) or yarn.




bonsai - Understand the tree of dependencies inside your webpack bundles, and trim away the excess.

  •    Javascript

Trim your javascript dependency tree. The quickest way to get started is to generate a Webpack stats file, and then drag and drop it into https://pinterest.github.io/bonsai/analyze.

JavaScript-Completions - JavaScript Completions for sublime text

  •    Python

JavaScript Completions for sublime text. It helps you to write your scripts more quickly with hints and completions.

inline.js - :tophat: Fashion-Live CSS Helpers with Javascript

  •    Javascript

To contribute to the project you can simply fork this repo, then do a pull request.For transparency into our release cycle and in striving to maintain backward compatibility, inline.js is maintained under the Semantic Versioning guidelines.


ejscript - Embedthis Ejscript

  •    C

A complete, integrated JavaScript environment. See LICENSE.md for details.

scrapman - Retrieve real (with Javascript executed) HTML code from an URL, ultra fast and supports multiple parallel loading of webs

  •    Javascript

Scrapman is a blazingly fast real (with Javascript executed) HTML scrapper, built from the ground up to support parallel fetches, with this you can get the HTML code for 50+ URLs in seconds (~30 seconds). On NodeJS you can easily use request to fetch the HTML from a page, but what if the page you are trying to load is NOT a static HTML page, but it has dynamic content added with Javascript? What do you do then? Well, you use The Scrapman.

thrift2flow - Converts Thrift specs into Flow JavaScript type definitions

  •    Javascript

We'd love for you to contribute to this project. Before we can accept your contributions, we kindly ask you to sign our Uber Contributor License Agreement.

jscost.org - JSCost.org - a JavaScript cost visualizer 💸

  •    Javascript

This repository contains the complete sample code for the JSCost Performance Estimator sample. This shows how to use WebPageTest.org and the Chrome DevTools Timeline to estimate the performance of JavaScript on different mobile devices.

getify - A utility to grab nested values from objects.

  •    Javascript

A utility to grab nested values from objects. Like lodash's _.get, or countless other variants. Getify uses ES6 proxies to enable usage without string or array paths. ES6 Proxy is currently supported by the latest stable version of Chrome, Firefox and Edge. It's also supported by Node 6.x. Safari doesn't support Proxies.