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Lean - Lean Algorithmic Trading Engine by QuantConnect (C#, Python, F#)

  •    CSharp

Lean Engine is an open-source fully managed C# algorithmic trading engine built for desktop and cloud usage. It was designed in Mono and operates in Windows, Linux and Mac platforms. Lean drives the web based algorithmic trading platform QuantConnect.Handle all messages from the algorithmic trading engine. Decide what should be sent, and where the messages should go. The result processing system can send messages to a local GUI, or the web interface.

nomnom - [UNMAINTAINED] Option parser for node with generated usage and commands

  •    Javascript

nomnom is an option parser for node. It noms your args and gives them back to you in a hash. Nomnom supports args like -d, --debug, --no-debug, --file=test.txt, --file test.txt, -f test.txt, -xvf, and positionals. Positionals are arguments that don't fit the -a or --atomic format and aren't attached to an option.

bpopup

  •    JQuery

bPopup is a lightweight jQuery modal popup plugin (only 1.34KB gzipped). It doesn't create or style your popup but provides you with all the logic like centering, modal overlay, events and more. It gives you a lot of opportunities to customize so it will fit your needs.

xtend - extend like a boss

  •    Javascript

xtend is a basic utility library which allows you to extend an object by appending all of the properties from each object in a list. When there are identical properties, the right-most property takes precedence.




captall

  •    JQuery

Captall is a jQuery plugin that can be used to show a caption over an image or any DOM element.

https-pem - Self-signed PEM key and certificate ready for use in your HTTPS server

  •    Javascript

Self-signed PEM key and certificate ready for use in your HTTPS server.A dead simple way to get an HTTPS server running in development with no need to generate the self signed PEM key and certificate.


bossy - Command line options parser

  •    Javascript

Command line options parser.Expects a bossy definition object and will return the parsed process.argv arguments provided. If there is an error then the return value will be an instanceof Error.

argumentum - No-bullshit option parser for node.js.

  •    Javascript

Argumentum is a no-bullshit option parser for node. It doesn't have complicated chainable APIs so it's much more easier to use.This project is based on nomnom by Heather Arthur.

level-option-wrap - wrap `opts.{{g,l}{t,e,te},start,end}` arguments with functions

  •    Javascript

With this package you can expose familiar db.createReadStream() options like from leveldb but without leaking information about your internal key representations.For example, suppose you have a list of users using a bytewise keyEncoding and you want to let api consumers constrain the output. If you pass through opts.gt/opts.lt arguments directly, you must communicate to api consumers the internal structure of your keys, which breaks encapsulation.

node-confuse - merge arguments and config files recursively up a directory tree

  •    Javascript

Merge command-line arguments and config files deeply and recursively up a directory hierarchy with a preference for the most local config file.In this example/ directory there are some nested config files and scripts.

node-figc - Merge config files with command-line arguments

  •    Javascript

Merge config files with command-line arguments.Load a json configuration from configFile and merge its contents with argv which will be parsed by optimist.

node-argsparser - A tiny command line arguments parser for node

  •    Javascript

The target is to get a key-value object from an array. A key can be the first element or element prefixed by "-" and "--" (switch). So the parser loops through the array and looks for keys. After he could detect an a key all next elements will be added as a value of this key until he find another key. If there is no value, then the key is true (boolean). If there are a lot of values, then the key is an array.

cliclopts - CLI options helper and usage printer

  •    Javascript

Prints the usage information. Returns Array of all command names that are specified as boolean.

argh - argh is a extremely light weight option/argument/process

  •    Javascript

argh is an extremely light weight options or process.argv parser for node.js. It only includes the bare minimal to parse options. It's not a full blown cli library, but it can be used as a dependency of a cli library to do all the heavy lifting. argh was born out of rage, every cli library that we've found did more than they advertised and added unneeded bloat to what we were trying to achieve... and that was argument parsing. Tiny modules should only focus on one thing and do that one thing really well.

node-configure - A simple multiple-configuration management module for node.js.

  •    Javascript

There are several configuration modules available for node.js. Each have their strengths and weaknesses, but no one project can be considered the optimal configuration option for all use cases. Some applications have need of complex configuration that can be fetched from a central server. Others just want a simple JSON object loaded when the app starts. node-configure seeks to solve the problem of a single application that is being developed by a group of developers who need the ability to have a different application configuration for each developer and deployment environment, but do not wish to utilize a complex configuration module.

chrome-options - Options page for your Chrome extension

  •    Javascript

Option pages should be easy to make given a structure of your options, and look like Chrome's options. Here's a demo.