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javascript-obfuscator - A powerful obfuscator for JavaScript and Node.js

  •    TypeScript

JavaScript obfuscator is a powerful free obfuscator for JavaScript with a wide number of features which provides protection for your source code. It is not recommended to obfuscate vendor scripts and polyfills, since the obfuscated code is 15-80% slower (depends on options) and the files are significantly larger.

stream-template - An ES6 Tagged String Literal tag that can interpolate Node

  •    Javascript

An ES6/ES2015 Tagged String Literal tag that can interpolate Node.JS streams, strings and Promises that return either (or arrays of any of those) and produces a Node.JS stream. This allows you to join several Streams together with bits in between without having to buffer anything.Written by Thomas Parslow (almostobsolete.net and tomparslow.co.uk) for IORad (iorad.com) and released with their kind permission.




multili - Function to remove indentation in multi-lines template literals (string) based on the shortest indented line

  •    Javascript

Function to remove indentation in multi-lines template literals (string) based on the shortest indented line. You can also pass an array of lines instead of a string; in this case, the return value will also be an array.

is-schema-valid - Checks if object literal has the correct schema

  •    Javascript

Schema validation for object literals. The isSchemaValid method takes a schema and returns a function that takes an object literal to be validated.

gnirts - Obfuscate string literals in JavaScript code.

  •    Javascript

Obfuscate string literals in JavaScript code. gnirts mangles string literals more than hexadecimal escape like "\x66\x6f\x6f". String literals that were escaped by the hexadecimal escape can be found out too easily, and those can be decoded too easily. Those stand out in the code. Stealers can get secret text (e.g. password) easily by pasting that on a console (e.g. Developer Tools of web browser).

guarded-string - Prevent accidentally introducing XSS holes with the strings in your app

  •    Javascript

Important! This should be used for things like preventing XSS attacks, not for hiding sensitive information. Create a guarded string. This must be used as a tagged template literal with no interpolations. You cannot construct a guarded string that is not statically written in your code.


es6-template-strings - Compile and resolve template strings notation as specified in ES6

  •    Javascript

With partial: true option, it's possible to resolve just some variables from a template. It's useful when we want to resolve template in more than one pass.

pg-sql2 - Compose powerful, injection-proof, SQL rapidly with the power of ES2015 tagged template literals

  •    TypeScript

Create SQL in a powerful and flexible manner without opening yourself to SQL injection attacks using the power of ES6 tagged template literals. then an error will be thrown.

sqlite-tag - Template literal tag based sqlite3 queries.

  •    Javascript

Template literal tag based sqlite3 queries. Available for PostgreSQL too.

pg-tag - A 10 LOC utility to safely query pg via template literals.

  •    Javascript

A tiny utility to safely query pg via template literals. Available for SQLite too.

plain-tag - A fast, and essential, noop/plain JS template literal tag.

  •    Javascript

A fast, and essential, noop/plain JS template literal tag. It could be used to trigger CSS minification too, through rollup plugins or others.

async-tag - Resolves template literals tag values before applying a generic tag.

  •    Javascript

Resolves template literals tag values before applying a generic tag. This module source code is written in a way that guarantees there won't be any code bloat once transpiled, without necessarily providing worse performance than native ES6+.






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