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react-nil - ⃝ A react null renderer

  •    Javascript

Quite so. This package allows you to bring Reacts high-level component abstraction to Node, or wherever you need it. Why not manage your REST endpoints like routes on the client, users as components with mount/unmount lifecycles, self-contained separation of concern and clean side-effects. Suspense for requests, etc.

mute - Politely tells stdout and stderr to shut the heck up for a moment.

  •    Javascript

Politely tells one or more streams to shut the heck up for a moment by temporarily reassigning their write methods. Useful when testing noisey modules which lack verbosity options. Mutes stdout and stderr by default.Accepts one or more streams or arrays of streams, mutes them all, and returns a function to unmute them.




empty-module - Return an empty module, 'nuff said

  •    Javascript

Install it with npm install empty-module. It was created for aliased module for IE8 in browserify, you may not need this silly module, ever.

maybe - Maybe monad for JavaScript. Never null again.

  •    Javascript

This is the Maybe monad for JavaScript. Never null again. Maybe is a spiritual implementation of Haskell's Data.Maybe. Its purpose is to provide a useful monad around data which may or may not exist at runtime.


has-value - Returns true if a value exists, false if empty

  •    Javascript

Returns true if a value exists, false if empty. Works with deeply nested values using object paths. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

has-values - Returns true if any values exist, false if empty

  •    Javascript

Returns true if any values exist, false if empty. Works for booleans, functions, numbers, strings, nulls, objects and arrays. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

tsoption - Correct, easy to use Option type for TypeScript. 🦄

  •    TypeScript

Correct, easy to use Option type for TypeScript. Like Scala options; see the introductory blog post. Note: You can use JavaScript instead of TypeScript, but it's not as fun.

go-nulltype - Null friendly types

  •    Go

Nullable types friendly to json.Encoder, json.Decoder, database/sql, fmt.Stringer, text/template, html/template, some of ORMs. Struct tag with gorp.

bootstrap-checkbox-x - An extended checkbox plugin for bootstrap with three states and additional styles

  •    CSS

An extended checkbox plugin for Bootstrap built using JQuery, which allows three checkbox states and includes additional styles. The plugin uses Bootstrap markup and CSS 3 styling by default, but it can be overridden with any other CSS markup. It also helps you to fallback to a native checkbox OR display native checkboxes with tristate capability. With v1.5.5, the plugin now supports initializing widget on a SELECT input as well (other than a CHECKBOX or TEXT input).

typesafe-get - A typesafe way to get nested properties when any parent properties might be undefined, while we wait for the optional chaining operator to finally exist

  •    TypeScript

A typesafe way to get nested properties when any parent properties might be undefined, while we wait for the optional chaining operator to finally exist. All parameters are validated as properties at the relevant level, and the return type will always be finalPropType | undefined (the type of the property at the very last level, or undefined).

kotlin-unwrap - :gift: Unwrap nullable variables in Kotlin

  •    Kotlin

:gift: Unwrap nullable variables in Kotlin

nulls - A collection of null types for the sql package

  •    Go

This package should be used in place of the built-in null types in the sql package. The real benefit of this packages comes in its implementation of MarshalJSON and UnmarshalJSON to properly encode/decode null values.






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