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ngx-pipes - ⚡️ Useful pipes for Angular with no external dependencies!

  •    TypeScript

TypeSerializer - Another library you might find interesting. Serializer / Deserializer, designed to make prettier code while using decorators (Can be used both with Angular or Node.js).

run-sequence - Run a series of dependent gulp tasks in order

  •    Javascript

Runs a sequence of gulp tasks in the specified order. This function is designed to solve the situation where you have defined run-order, but choose not to or cannot use dependencies. If you are hiring developers, you can support this project and future open source work by checking out our company, Qualified.io.

through - simple way to create a ReadableWritable stream that works

  •    Javascript

Easy way to create a Stream that is both readable and writable.This function is the basis for most of the synchronous streams in event-stream.




readable-stream - Node-core streams for userland

  •    Javascript

This package is a mirror of the Streams2 and Streams3 implementations in Node-core.Full documentation may be found on the Node.js website.

ipt - Interactive Pipe To: The Node.js cli interactive workflow

  •    Javascript

ipt (pronounced iPipeTo) introduces the missing cli interactive workflow. It takes any kind of list as an input and uses that list to build an interactive interface to let you select an element from it. Stop manually dragging your mouse around to copy output data from a terminal, using the ipt workflow you can pipe data from a command and select what to copy to clipboard from a convenient visual menu.

magrittr - Improve the readability of R code with the pipe

  •    R

Four operations are performed to arrive at the desired data set, and they are written in a natural order: the same as the order of execution. Also, no temporary variables are needed. If yet another operation is required, it is straight-forward to add to the sequence of operations wherever it may be needed. If you are new to magrittr, the best place to start is the pipes chapter in R for data science.

pump - pipe streams together and close all of them if one of them closes

  •    Javascript

pump is a small node module that pipes streams together and destroys all of them if one of them closes.When using standard source.pipe(dest) source will not be destroyed if dest emits close or an error. You are also not able to provide a callback to tell when then pipe has finished.


dnpipes - Distributed Named Pipes

  •    Go

Distributed Named Pipes (or: dnpipes) are essentially a distributed version of Unix named pipes comparable to, for example, SQS in AWS or the Service Bus in Azure. Conceptually, we're dealing with a bunch of distributed processes (dpN above). These distributed processes may be long-running (such as dp0 or dp5) or batch-oriented ones, for example dp3 or dp6. There are a number of situations where you want these distributed processes to communicate, very similar to what IPC enables you to do on a single machine. Now, dnpipes are a simple mechanism to facilitate IPC between distributed processes. What follows is an interface specification as well as a reference implementation for dnpipes.

node-bcat - A pipe to browser utility

  •    Javascript

node-bcat features auto scrolling (with enable/disable), ansi to html coloring (--ansi) and behavior and color customization.This module uses RC to manage its configuration, so in addition to command line arguments you may save your favorite configuration in .bcatrc.

oppressor - streaming http compression response negotiator

  •    Javascript

Return a duplex stream that will be compressed with gzip, deflate, or no compression depending on the accept-encoding headers sent.oppressor will emulate calls to http.ServerResponse methods like writeHead() so that modules like filed that expect to be piped directly to the response object will work.

s3-upload-stream - A Node.js module for streaming data to Amazon S3 via the multipart upload API

  •    Javascript

A pipeable write stream which uploads to Amazon S3 using the multipart file upload API. NOTE: This module is deprecated after the 2.1.0 release of the AWS SDK on Dec 9, 2014, which added S3.upload(). I highly recommend switching away from this module and using the official method supported by AWS.

pipeline - Pipeline is a package to build multi-staged concurrent workflows with a centralized logging output

  •    Go

A package to build multi-staged concurrent workflows with a centralized logging output. The package could be used to define and execute CI/CD tasks(either sequential or concurrent). A tool with similar goals would be Jenkins Pipeline. However, compared to Jenkins Pipeline, this package has fewer constructs since the logic is specified in code, as opposed to a Jenkinsfile.

jquery.parse

  •    JQuery

Papa Parse is a powerful CSV (delimited text) parser that gracefully handles large files and malformed input

mute-stream - Bytes go in, but they don't come out (when muted).

  •    Javascript

Bytes go in, but they don't come out (when muted).

stream-interceptor - Intercept, modify and/or ignore chunks data and events in any readable stream

  •    Javascript

Tiny node.js module to intercept, modify and/or ignore chunks of data and events in any readable compatible stream before it's processed by other stream consumers (e.g: via pipe()).It becomes particularly useful to deal with net/http/fs streams.

tmpin - Add stdin support to any CLI app that accepts file input

  •    Javascript

It pipes stdin to a tempfile and spawns the chosen app with the tempfile path as the first argument.Similar to process substitution in ZSH/Bash, but cross-platform and without its limitation.