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rpi-rgb-led-matrix - Controlling up to three chains of 64x64, 32x32, 16x32 or similar RGB LED displays using Raspberry Pi GPIO

  •    C++

A library to control commonly available 64x64, 32x32 or 16x32 RGB LED panels with the Raspberry Pi. Can support PWM up to 11Bit per channel, providing true 24bpp color with CIE1931 profile. Supports 3 chains with many panels each. On a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3, you can easily chain 12 panels in that chain (so 36 panels total), but you can theoretically stretch that to up to 96-ish panels (32 chain length) and still reach around 100Hz refresh rate with full 24Bit color (theoretical - never tested this; there might likely be timing problems with the panels that will creep up then).

postcss-write-svg - Write SVGs directly in CSS

  •    Javascript

Write SVG lets you write SVGs directly in CSS. @svg at-rules generate SVG elements available to CSS. Within an @svg, descendant at-rules (like @rect) are interpreted as elements, while declarations (like width) are interpreted as attributes.

slex - SSH multiplex

  •    Go

slex is a simple binary that allows you to run a command on multiple hosts via SSH. It is very similar to fabric except that it is written in Go so you don't have to have python installed on your system and you don't have to write a script or configuration files if you do not want to.




websocket-multiplex - A thin library for doing multiplexing on top of SockJS

  •    Javascript

WebSocket-multiplex is a small library on top of SockJS that allows you to do multiplexing over a single SockJS connection.For a full-featured example see the /examples/sockjs directory.

kalm.js - The socket manager

  •    Javascript

Call buffering can reduce payload sizes at the cost of some initial latency. This makes a huge difference when you need to send a large number of small packets, such as multiplayer games do. See Nagle's algorithm.

tentacoli - All the ways for doing requests/streams multiplexing over a single stream

  •    Javascript

Multiplexing requests and streams over a single connection since 2015. Yes, it is long.

poreplex - A versatile sequenced read processor for nanopore direct RNA sequencing

  •    Python

Signal-level preprocessor for Oxford Nanopore direct RNA sequencing (DRS) data. Poreplex does many preprocessing steps required before the downstream analyses for RNA Biology and yields the processed data in the ready-to-use forms. Poreplex requires Python 3.5+ and pip to install. This pip command installs poreplex with its essential dependencies. Currently, you need to install pomegranate manually before installing poreplex due to a memory leakage issue in the released versions of pomegranate. You may use the following command.


quic-proxy - A http/https proxy using QUIC as transport layer

  •    Go

A http/https proxy using QUIC as transport layer. Implementation detail: A http proxy based on QUIC in 100 lines.

stmux - Simple Terminal Multiplexer for Node.js Environments

  •    Javascript

This is a simple terminal multiplexing utility for Node.js environments. It is inspired by the awesome and unreachable tmux native Unix utility. The stmux utility is intended to provide just a very tiny subset of the original tmux functionality, but in a portable way for bare Node.js environments and with some special features for application build environments. Most notably, stmux has a built-time error detection and notification feature, can automatically restart terminated commands, and can automatically close or wait after all spawned commands have successfully or unsuccessfully terminated. Internally, stmux is based on the awesome Blessed screen rendering environment and emulates full XTerm-compatible pseudo-terminals to the spawned programs with the help of Blessed XTerm and the underlying XTerm.js terminal rendering and node-pty pseudo-terminal integration modules.