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nave

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Virtual Environments for Node.Switch out your node version and global npm install space in one command. Supports named environments. Uses subshells by default so that you can ^D or exit out of an environment quickly. No need to edit .bashrc or .profile, just install and go.

NodeOS - Lightweight operating system using Node.js as userspace

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Lightweight operating system using Node.js as userspace. NodeOS is an operating system built entirely in Javascript and managed by npm. Any package in npm is a NodeOS package, that means a selection of more than 400.000 packages. The goal of NodeOS is to provide just enough to let npm provide the rest. Since anyone can contribute to it, anyone can create NodeOS packages.

asdf - Extendable version manager with support for Ruby, Node.js, Elixir, Erlang & more

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Supported languages include Ruby, Node.js, Elixir and more. Supporting a new language is as simple as this plugin API. If you are not using a framework, or if on starting your shell you get an error message like 'command not found: compinit', then add this line before the ones above.

microservices-demo - Deployment scripts & config for Sock Shop

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The application is the user-facing part of an online shop that sells socks. It is intended to aid the demonstration and testing of microservice and cloud native technologies. It is built using Spring Boot, Go kit and Node.js and is packaged in Docker containers.




docker-alpine - Docker containers running Alpine Linux and s6 for process management

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Highly configurable Docker images running Alpine linux and s6 process management. Using Docker makes your infrastructure and environment consistent, testable, scalable and repeatable.

nodock - Docker Compose for Node projects with Node, MySQL, Redis, MongoDB, NGINX, Apache2, Memcached, Certbot and RabbitMQ images

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The docker Node.js image is very simple, you give it an entrypoint and it runs it. This is fine for very simple/small scripts but for larger projects you'll probably want something a bit more robust. The goal of NoDock is to provide a complete environment for your node project: Node.js service(s), databases, web servers, queues, etc. while doing the "wiring" for you.

n-install - Installs n, the Node

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Installs n, the Node.js version manager, on Unix-like platforms, without needing to install Node.js first. Additionally, installs scripts n-update for later on-demand updating of n, and n-uninstall for uninstalling. This is by far the simplest way to get started with both n and Node.js - even if you're looking to install only the latest LTS (long-term support) Node.js version, with no (immediate) plans to install multiple versions.

ambientum - Docker native solution for running Laravel projects. From Development to Production

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Keeping it uniform between development, staging and production environments is often something not easy. On the last years, our buddy Docker has become more and more mature and now it's becoming the standard. Docker compose shipped with Docker is usually very old. Please have the latest version installed from Github at https://github.com/docker/compose/releases.


koop - :crystal_ball: Transform, query, and download geospatial data on the web.

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Koop is a highly-extensible Javascript toolkit for connecting incompatible spatial APIs. Out of the box it exposes a Node.js server that can translate GeoJSON into the Geoservices specification supported by the ArcGIS family of products. Koop can be extended to translate data from any source to any API specification. Don't let API incompatiblity get in your way, start using one of Koop's data providers or write your own. Visit the demo at http://koop.dc.esri.com.

openshift-cartridge-nodejs - Custom cartridge for OpenShift providing the lastest version of Node

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This is a custom Node.js cartridge that takes care of auto-updating the Node.js and NPM versions on each build. Because the standard OpenShift cartridge never gets updated to the latest Node.js version.

node-pi-zero - Node installation on the Raspberry Pi Zero

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Use the commands below to install node in the Raspberry Pi Zero. They are re-runnable so you can upgrade or downgrade just by running the command for each version.

fnm - node.js version manager for fish

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fnm is a node version manager using ideas from tj/n, wbyoung/avn and creationix/nvm for fish. Use node 5.5.0.

run-node - Run the Node.js binary no matter what

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You can't always assume running $ node file.js will just work. The user might have the node binary in a non-standard location. They might be using a Node.js version manager like nvm, which is sourced in a subshell and not available from the outside. It also depends from where you're trying to run it. For example, GUI apps on macOS doesn't inherit the $PATH, so the node binary would not be found. Most projects that depend on Node.js just end up telling the user to manually set the full path to the node binary in some project specific settings. Now every project has to do this. Ugh... I prefer things to just work. With this module it will.This Bash script uses some tricks to find the Node.js binary on your system and run it.

amazon-ecs-nodejs-microservices - Reference architecture that shows how to take a Node

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This is a reference architecture that shows the evolution of a Node.js application from a monolithic application that is deployed directly onto instances with no containerization or orchestration, to a containerized microservices architecture orchestrated using Amazon EC2 Container Service.

dotfiles - dotfiles for the developer happiness: zsh, brew, sublime, python, node, elixir

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So, they are configured nice and smoothly. I also have php, ruby, rust, and java installed. But I am not using them on a daily basis.

aws-lambda-nodejs-cloudformation-starter-kit - AWS Lambda CloudFormation NodeJS Starter

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Modify the code in FooFunction/index.js or create new functions. To add a new function you need to create a new folder where the function will be located and add references to the new function wherever you find a TODO comment in the shell scripts. Additionally, you need to create a build.sh which will build your function and output its version. Also the function resource and its role need to be added to the cloudformation.yaml.

mare-runner - standalone mare distribution

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This project build a standalone mare distribution, it can run out-of-box, without install any dependencies. Checkout Github Release page, which are built by Travis CI, Download the zip for your OS.

find-node-or-install - Finds the bin directory where node and npm are installed, or installs a local copy of them if not found

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Finds the bin directory where node and npm are installed, or installs a local copy of them in a temp folder if not found. Then outputs where they are. If no Node.js installation is found, the script makes use of nvm, configuring it to install the latest Node.js v6.x.x in a temporary directory.