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shields - Concise, consistent, and legible badges in SVG and raster format

  •    Javascript

This is home to Shields.io, a service for concise, consistent, and legible badges in SVG and raster format, which can easily be included in GitHub readmes or any other web page. The service supports dozens of continuous integration services, package registries, distributions, app stores, social networks, code coverage services, and code analysis services. Every month it serves over 470 million images. Browse a complete list of badges.

node-icy - Node.js module for parsing and/or injecting ICY metadata

  •    Javascript

This module offers a Reader class for retrieving the raw audio data and parsing the metadata from an ICY stream (commonly SHOUTcast or Icecast broadcasts).There's also a Writer class that allows you to inject your own metadata into a data stream, which can then be displayed by another ICY client (like VLC).

icc - JavaScript module to parse International Color Consortium (ICC) profiles

  •    Javascript

JavaScript module to parse International Color Consortium (ICC) profiles.Parses data, a Buffer containing a raw ICC profile, returning an Object of key/value pairs.




node-db-meta - Relational database metadata extraction library

  •    Javascript

You'll also need to install the appropriate driver for the database you want to use db-meta with. None are installed by default. Creates a connection to the database using the specified driver. The options object is passed to the specified driver object.

flac-metadata - FLAC metadata processor for Node.js, implemented as Transform stream

  •    Javascript

A FLAC metadata processor for Node.js, implemented as Transform stream. Does nothing, just pipes a source FLAC through the Processor into a target FLAC.


GooglePlay-JSAPI - Google Play Store API in NodeJS

  •    Javascript

When i was working on https://github.com/meetsapp/SmartAppBanner, i thought it will be cool to have support for Android Banners also but i've found quite hard to get the desired metada from Google Play Store with non-official libraries based on Python or Java, as i don't know a bit about these languages.

mqttDB - JSON Store with MQTT Interface :books::open_file_folder::satellite:

  •    Javascript

It's intended to be used as a database for storing metadata in systems that use MQTT as message bus, I'm using it in conjunction with mqtt-smarthome, but I think it could be useful in other MQTT based environments also. You can create and modify documents by publishing JSON payloads to MQTT and receive document changes by simply subscribing to certain topics. You can create views by defining map and reduce functions and filter document ids with MQTT style wildcards.

tropy - Research photo management

  •    Javascript

Bring order to your research — use the power of Tropy to organize and describe your research photos so you can quickly find your sources whenever you need them. Visit tropy.org to learn more or follow @tropy on Twitter for important announcements. To get started, download the latest version of Tropy for your platform, check out the user's manual and join the discussion on the forums.

gcp-metadata - Get the metadata from a Google Cloud Platform environment

  •    TypeScript

Get the metadata from a Google Cloud Platform environment. In some cases number valued properties returned by the Metadata Service may be too large to be representable as JavaScript numbers. In such cases we return those values as BigNumber objects (from the bignumber.js library). Numbers that fit within the JavaScript number range will be returned as normal number values.

typhen - :cyclone: Generates code or documentation from TypeScript.

  •    TypeScript

Generates code or documentation from TypeScript. If you want to execute typhen by the tsconfig.json, you have to set typhen property to tsconfig.json, and make the typhen execution settings.

ember-resource-metadata - Per-resource metadata for ember-data

  •    Javascript

The JSONAPI spec allows any resource to have its own meta object. Ember Data doesn't support meta in this position. This addon exists to fill the gap. It expects to receive JSONAPI-compliant responses from the server (because it will expect to find /data/id, /data/type, and /data/meta in the response).

unfurl - Scraper for oEmbed, Twitter Cards and Open Graph metadata - fast and Promise-based :zap:

  •    TypeScript

Unfurl (spread out from a furled state) will take a url and some options, fetch the url, extract the metadata we care about and format the result in a saine way. It supports all major metadata providers and expanding it to work for any others should be trivial. So you know when you link to something on Slack, or Facebook, or Twitter - they typically show a preview of the link. To do so they have crawled the linked website for metadata and enriched the link by providing more context about it. Which usually entails grabbing its title, description and image/player embed.

frappejs - Node + Electron + Vue based metadata web framework (inspired by Frappe)

  •    Javascript

Frappe.js is a meta-data driven framework that enables rapid application development of Node.js and Electron based applications.