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GitTorrent - A decentralization of GitHub using BitTorrent and Bitcoin

  •    Javascript

GitTorrent is a peer-to-peer network of Git repositories being shared over BitTorrent. You can read more about the project at this blog post.Note that GitTorrent is not affiliated with the git project.

spoof - Easily spoof your MAC address in OS X & Linux!

  •    Javascript

Node.js port of the popular SpoofMAC Python utility (GitHub: feross/SpoofMAC).I made this because changing your MAC address in OS X is harder than it should be. The Wi-Fi card needs to be manually disassociated from any connected networks in order for the change to apply correctly – super annoying! Doing this manually each time is tedious and lame.

github-contributions - :octocat: A tool that generates a repository which being pushed into your GitHub account creates a nice contributions calendar

  •    HTML

A tool that generates a repository which being pushed into your GitHub account creates a nice contributions calendar. Ensure you configured NPM and NodeJS not to require sudo when installing packages globally.

image-to-ascii - :floppy_disk: A Node.js module that converts images to ASCII art.

  •    Javascript

A Node.JS module that converts images to ASCII art. 💡 ProTip: You can install the cli version of this module by running npm install --global image-to-ascii-cli (or yarn global add image-to-ascii-cli).




CacheP2P - "More users = More capacity"

  •    Javascript

CacheP2P is a highly distributed cache platform based on WebTorrent and runs only in the browser. It is a javascript library that once included in a website, makes every new user a mirror of the specific URL he has opened and allows it to serve it to all the other users that also are accessing the same website, so the website's server doesn't have to.

webtorrent - ⚡️ Streaming torrent client for the web

  •    Javascript

WebTorrent is a streaming torrent client for node.js and the browser. YEP, THAT'S RIGHT. THE BROWSER. It's written completely in JavaScript – the language of the web – so the same code works in both runtimes. In node.js, this module is a simple torrent client, using TCP and UDP to talk to other torrent clients.

webtorrent-desktop - ❤️ Streaming torrent app for Mac, Windows, and Linux

  •    Javascript

Download specific installer files from the GitHub releases page. Try the (unstable) development version by cloning the Git repository. See the "How to Contribute" instructions.


node-cobol - :tv: COBOL bridge for NodeJS which allows you to run COBOL code from NodeJS.

  •    Cobol

COBOL bridge for NodeJS which allows you to run COBOL code from NodeJS. Then, install the cobol package.

webtorrent-cli - WebTorrent, the streaming torrent client. For the command line.

  •    Javascript

WebTorrent is the first BitTorrent client that works in the browser, but webtorrent-cli, i.e. THIS PACKAGE, is for using WebTorrent from the command line. webtorrent-cli is a simple torrent client for use in node.js, as a command line app. It uses TCP and UDP to talk to other torrent clients.

webtorrent-hybrid - WebTorrent (with WebRTC support in Node.js)

  •    Javascript

In node.js, the webtorrent package only connects to normal TCP/UDP peers, not WebRTC peers. If you want to connect to all types of peers, including WebRTC peers, from node.js, you need to use this package (webtorrent-hybrid). Previous versions (0.x) of this package used wrtc, a WebRTC implementation via native extensions, the current one is based on electron-webrtc (which in turn uses electron-prebuilt) for better compatibility. It creates a hidden Electron process (which is based on Chromium, so WebRTC support is great!) and communicates with that process to enable WebRTC in Node.js. This adds a lot of overhead, so we are looking forward to using a pure JavaScript implementation, like perhaps Node-RTCPeerConnection when it's ready.

zelda - Automatically `npm link` all your packages together!

  •    Javascript

Sometimes Link needs a little help from Zelda.zelda finds all the node packages in your code folder (~/code/ in the example). If any of these packages are listed as a dependency in the nearest package.json of your working directory, it automatically symlinks it for you.

cyberhobo - Offline `git push` and `npm publish` for cyberhobos

  •    Javascript

This module is gifted to cyberhobo extraordinaire, dominictarr.cyberhobo will detect if you're offline and intercept git push and npm publish commands, queueing them to run later when you're back online. If you're online or if you run a non push/publish command, then it will run normally.

iarna-lib - Mad science: Declare intra-package library paths and load modules from them.

  •    Javascript

Declare intra-package library paths and load modules from them. So the intent here is to save you from require('../../../lib/foo.js'). The require thing is particuarly annoying to deal with if you're moving source files around—no one wants to have to edit their source code just 'cause they did an mv.

console.md - Ever dreamed of rendering Markdown in the console? No. Neither had I.

  •    Javascript

Ever dreamed of rendering Markdown in the console? No. Neither have I. This library is a browser only library. It's usable in chrome. If you are using something like rollup, webpack or other bundlers, you can use this through npm.

webtorrent.io - The code that runs the WebTorrent website

  •    Javascript

For production, the following folders are required to exist with chmod 777. MIT. Copyright (c) WebTorrent, LLC.