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massive-js - A data mapper for Node.js and PostgreSQL.

  •    Javascript

Massive.js is a data mapper for Node.js that goes all in on PostgreSQL and fully embraces the power and flexibility of the SQL language and relational metaphors. Providing minimal abstractions for the interfaces and tools you already use, its goal is to do just enough to make working with your data as easy and intuitive as possible, then get out of your way. Massive is not an object-relational mapper (ORM)! It doesn't use models, it doesn't track state, and it doesn't limit you to a single entity-based metaphor for accessing and persisting data. Massive connects to your database and introspects its schemas to build an API for the data model you already have: your tables, views, functions, and easily-modified SQL scripts.

node-csv - Full featured CSV parser with simple api and tested against large datasets.

  •    Javascript

This project provides CSV generation, parsing, transformation and serialization for Node.js. It has been tested and used by a large community over the years and should be considered reliable. It provides every option you would expect from an advanced CSV parser and stringifier.

formio - The combined Form and API platform for Serverless Applications.

  •    Javascript

Form.io is a revolutionary combined Form and API platform for Serverless applications. This repository serves as the core Form and API engine for https://form.io. This system allows you to build "serverless" data management applications using a simple drag-and-drop form builder interface. These forms can then easily be embedded within your Angular.js and React applications using the <formio> HTML element. Here is a link to a demo of the Form Building and Form Rendering capability that can be hooked into this API platform.




node-csv-parse - CSV parsing implementing the Node.js `stream.Transform` API

  •    CoffeeScript

Part of the CSV module, this project is a parser converting CSV text input into arrays or objects. It implements the Node.js stream.Transform API. It also provides a simple callback-based API for convenience. It is both extremely easy to use and powerful. It was first released in 2010 and is used against big data sets by a large community. Documentation for the "csv-parse" package is available here.

jsmediatags - Media Tags Reader (ID3, MP4, FLAC)

  •    Javascript

The next version of https://github.com/aadsm/JavaScript-ID3-Reader. A few people have asked me about donations (or even crowdfunding). I would prefer you to consider making a donation to the "Girls Who Code" NPO. If you do please send me a message so I can add you as a contributor.

graphql-starwars - An example GraphQL server using node.js

  •    Javascript

This is an example GraphQL server using the Star Wars data bundled with Facebook's reference implementation, GraphQL.js. It is built with express, node.js, and ES6.You will now have a GraphQL endpoint at http://localhost:8080/. If you visit the URL using a browser, you will see a live GraphiQL IDE which you can use for querying. The same URL also serves as a JSON endpoint for graphql queries.

csv-stream - :page_with_curl: Streaming CSV Parser for Node. Small and made entirely out of streams.

  •    Javascript

Parses csv files. Accepts options. No coffee script, no weird APIs. Just streams. Tested against csv-spectrum and used in production. It is also "fast enough" (around 60,000 rows per second, but that varies with data obviously). Works in node 4, 6, 8 and 9. Might work in earlier versions, but is not tested in it.


eureka - HTML-first crack at a Flexible Media Browser progressively enhanced with React

  •    HTML

Eureka is a progressively enhanced flexible media browser. Connected to your media sources through a REST API, this accessible web component allows users to browse media sources, upload files, and choose media items. πŸ€— Try the demo.

slice - A JavaScript implementation of Python's negative indexing and extended slice syntax.

  •    Javascript

If you know Python, then you're probably well aware of how pleasant Python's indexing and slice syntax make working with lists and strings (and you can skip ahead to For People Who Know Python Already if you want). If not—well, you're in for a treat! Slice adds SliceArray and SliceString classes which extend the corresponding builtin types to provide a unified and concise syntax for indexing and slicing in JavaScript. For starters, negative indices can be used to count backwards from the end of an array or string.

node-csv-generate - CSV and object generation implementing the Node.js `stream.Readable` API

  •    CoffeeScript

This package provides a flexible generator of CSV strings and Javascript objects implementing the Node.js stream.Readable API. Documentation for the "csv-generate" package is available here.

node-csv-stringify - CSV stringifier implementing the Node.js `stream.Transform` API

  •    CoffeeScript

Part of the CSV module, this project is a stringifier converting arrays or objects input into a CSV text. It implements the Node.js stream.Transform API. It also provides a simple callback-based API for convenience. It is both extremely easy to use and powerful. It was first released in 2010 and is used against big data sets by a large community. Documentation for the "csv-stringify" package is available here.

node-each - Chained and parallel async iterator in one elegant function

  •    CoffeeScript

Node Each is a single elegant function to iterate asynchronously over elements both in sequential, parallel and concurrent mode. It is a both a powerful and mature library. Then, simply copy or link the project inside a discoverable Node directory (eg './node_modules').

node-http-status - Utility to interact with HTTP status code in Node.js

  •    CoffeeScript

Utility to interact with HTTP status code. Once you require this module, you may call it with either an HTTP code or a message name. With an HTTP code, you will get the message name while with a message name you will get an HTTP code. Simple.

magnet - ✨ A modern approach for async microservices in node.js

  •    Javascript

To run your application in production use npm start instead and Magnet will serve your application optimized for production. If you need examples of magnet usage, you can access othe examples on its repository folder.

armory-services - πŸ›‘ Guild Wars 2 Armory Services | api.gw2armory.com

  •    Javascript

tl;dr -> develop with npm run tdd and npm run tdd:int, use npm run dev to run local environment. Ensure any database migration is backwards compatible with a previous version of the api. This will keep deployments simple and clean.