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query-string - Parse and stringify URL query strings

  •    Javascript

🔥 Want to strengthen your core JavaScript skills and master ES6? I would personally recommend this awesome ES6 course by Wes Bos. You might also like his React course.Parse a query string into an object. Leading ? or # are ignored, so you can pass location.search or location.hash directly.

moment - Parse, validate, manipulate, and display dates in javascript.

  •    Javascript

A lightweight JavaScript date library for parsing, validating, manipulating, and formatting dates.Moment 2.10.0 does not bring any new features, but the code is now written in ECMAScript 6 modules and placed inside src/. Previously moment.js, locale/*.js and test/moment/*.js, test/locale/*.js contained the source of the project. Now the source is in src/, temporary build (ECMAScript 5) files are placed under build/umd/ (for running tests during development), and the moment.js and locale/*.js files are updated only on release.

mailin - Artisanal inbound emails for every web app

  •    Python

Mailin is an smtp server that listens for emails, parses them and posts them as json to the url of your choice. It checks the incoming emails dkim, spf, spam score (using spamassassin) and tells you in which language the email is written. Mailin can be used as a standalone application directly from the command line, or embedded inside a node application.




docpad - Empower your website frontends with layouts, meta-data, pre-processors (markdown, jade, coffeescript, etc

  •    CoffeeScript

Hi! I'm DocPad, I streamline the web development process and help close the gap between experts and beginners. I've been used in production by big and small companies for over a year and a half now to create plenty of amazing and powerful web sites and applications quicker than ever before. What makes me different is instead of being a box to cram yourself into and hold you back, I'm a freeway to what you want to accomplish, just getting out of your way and allowing you to create stuff quicker than ever before without limits. Leave the redundant stuff up to me, so you can focus on the awesome stuff.Discover my features below, or skip ahead to the installation instructions to get started with a fully functional pre-made website in a few minutes from reading this.

parse5 - HTML parsing/serialization toolset for Node

  •    Javascript

HTML parsing/serialization toolset for Node.js. WHATWG HTML Living Standard (aka HTML5)-compliant.parse5 provides nearly everything you may need when dealing with HTML. It's the fastest spec-compliant HTML parser for Node to date. It parses HTML the way the latest version of your browser does. It has proven itself reliable in such projects as jsdom, Angular2, Polymer and many more.

cson - CoffeeScript-Object-Notation. Same as JSON but for CoffeeScript objects.

  •    CoffeeScript

CoffeeScript-Object-Notation. Same as JSON but for CoffeeScript objects.Projects using CSON.

string.js - Extra JavaScript string methods.

  •    Javascript

string.js, or simply S is a lightweight (< 5 kb minified and gzipped) JavaScript library for the browser or for Node.js that provides extra String methods. Originally, it modified the String prototype. But I quickly learned that in JavaScript, this is considered poor practice.Personally, I prefer the cleanliness of the way code looks when it appears to be native methods. i.e. when you modify native JavaScript prototypes. However, if any app dependency required string.js, then the app's string prototype would be modified in every module. This could be troublesome. So I settled on creating a wrapper a la jQuery style. For those of you prototype hatin' fools, there is the method extendPrototype().


nom - Rust parser combinator framework

  •    Rust

nom is a parser combinators library written in Rust. Its goal is to provide tools to build safe parsers without compromising the speed or memory consumption. To that end, it uses extensively Rust's strong typing and memory safety to produce fast and correct parsers, and provides macros and traits to abstract most of the error prone plumbing. If you need any help developing your parsers, please ping geal on IRC (mozilla, freenode, geeknode, oftc), go to #nom on Mozilla IRC, or on the Gitter chat room.

remarkable - Markdown parser, done right

  •    Javascript

Markdown parser done right. Fast and easy to extend. By default, remarkable is configured to be similar to GFM, but with HTML disabled. This is easy to change if you prefer different settings.

aglio - An API Blueprint renderer with theme support that outputs static HTML

  •    CoffeeScript

An API Blueprint renderer that supports multiple themes and outputs static HTML that can be served by any web host. API Blueprint is a Markdown-based document format that lets you write API descriptions and documentation in a simple and straightforward way. Currently supported is API Blueprint format 1A. Example output is generated from the example API Blueprint using the default Olio theme.

qs - A querystring parser with nesting support

  •    Javascript

A querystring parsing and stringifying library with some added security. The qs module was originally created and maintained by TJ Holowaychuk.

fecha - Lightweight Javascript Date formatting and parsing

  •    Javascript

Lightweight date formatting and parsing (~2KB). Meant to replace parsing and formatting functionality of moment.js. fecha.format accepts a Date object (or timestamp) and a string format and returns a formatted string. See below for available format tokens.

standard-readme - Standard Readme Style

  •    Shell

Standard Readme is designed for open source libraries. Although it’s historically made for Node and npm projects, it also applies to libraries in other languages and package managers. Standard Readme started with the issue originally posed by @maxogden over at feross/standard in this issue, about whether or not a tool to standardize readmes would be useful. A lot of that discussion ended up in zcei's standard-readme repository. While working on maintaining the IPFS repositories, I needed a way to standardize Readmes across that organization. This specification started as a result of that.

parse-dashboard - A dashboard for managing your Parse apps that aren't hosted on Parse.com

  •    Javascript

Parse Dashboard is a standalone dashboard for managing your Parse apps. You can use it to manage your Parse Server apps and your apps that are running on Parse.com. Node.js version >= 4.3 is required to run the dashboard. You also need to be using Parse Server version 2.1.4 or higher.

ParseReact - Seamlessly bring Parse data into your React applications.

  •    Javascript

Seamlessly bringing Parse data into your React applications. NOTE: Parse + React only supports the Parse JS SDK up to version 1.6.14. Behavior with 1.7.* is unpredictable, and 1.8.* breaks functionality with the new LiveQueries feature. As developers, we want to encourage patterns that integrate easily into both the server and the client, and are working on a new low-level SDK that works well with Redux and React Native. When that codebase is ready for production apps, we will publish a new recommended starter kit for apps built on Parse & React.

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.