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commander.js - node.js command-line interfaces made easy

  •    Javascript

Options with commander are defined with the .option() method, also serving as documentation for the options. The example below parses args and options from process.argv, leaving remaining args as the program.args array which were not consumed by options.Short flags may be passed as a single arg, for example -abc is equivalent to -a -b -c. Multi-word options such as "--template-engine" are camel-cased, becoming program.templateEngine etc.

yargs - yargs the modern, pirate-themed successor to optimist.

  •    Javascript

Having problems? want to contribute? join our community slack.Yargs be a node.js library fer hearties tryin' ter parse optstrings.

node-optimist - Light-weight option parsing for node.js

  •    Javascript

I don't want to maintain this module anymore since I just use minimist, the argument parsing engine, directly instead nowadays.See yargs for the modern, pirate-themed successor to optimist.

F# 3.0 Sample Pack


F# 3.0 sample package present more than 200 samples covers from high leve system design to low level bitwise operation.

node-ib - Interactive Brokers TWS API client library for Node.js

  •    Java

ib is Interactive Brokers TWS (or IB Gateway) API client library for Node.js. This is a direct port of Interactive Brokers' official Java client. There is no C++/Java library dependency. It makes a socket connection to TWS (or IB Gateway) using the net module, and all messages are entirely processed in JavaScript. It uses EventEmitter to pass the result back to user.

maybe - Maybe is a type that wraps optional values

  •    Javascript

Maybe is a type that wraps optional values. It can either be a Just (has some value) or a Nothing (has no value). In JavaScript, it is a better way of handling null and undefined. Instead of writing an if statement, ternary expression, or && shorthand to check if a value is present you can just map over it instead and assign the result of this expression or return it. You can also chain operations together, often leading to much cleaner code.


  •    JQuery

jQuery plugin for searchable and scrollable select lists while keeping default button style.

ltcdr - like commander, but accepting pull requests

  •    Javascript

the complete solution for node.js command-line programs

node-dashdash - A light, featureful and explicit option parsing library for node.js.

  •    Javascript

A light, featureful and explicit option parsing library for node.js.Why another one? See below. tl;dr: The others I've tried are one of too loosey goosey (not explicit), too big/too many deps, or ill specified. YMMV.

yargs-parser - :muscle: the mighty option parser used by yargs

  •    Javascript

The mighty option parser used by yargs.visit the yargs website for more examples, and thorough usage instructions.

subarg - parse arguments with recursive contexts

  •    Javascript

This module is useful if you need to pass arguments into a piece of code without coordinating ahead of time with the main program, like with a plugin system.Parse the arguments array args, passing opts to minimist.

command-router - A simple router and parser (using nopt) for CLI apps with multiple commands

  •    Javascript

Writing simple, composable modules makes it easy to have your applications functionality available in multiple contexts. command-router aims to help you expose that functionality by providing a simple way to define a CLI with multiple actions (like git). If your app only has one command (like curl for instance) you should use a [different module]]optimist instead of this one.