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gentleman - Full-featured, plugin-oriented, composable HTTP client toolkit for Go

  •    Go

Full-featured, plugin-driven, middleware-oriented toolkit to easily create rich, versatile and composable HTTP clients in Go.gentleman embraces extensibility and composition principles in order to provide a flexible way to easily create featured HTTP client layers based on built-in or third-party plugins that you can register and reuse across HTTP clients.

apispec - A pluggable API specification generator

  •    Python

A pluggable API specification generator. Currently supports the OpenAPI Specification (f.k.a. the Swagger specification). Documentation is available at http://apispec.readthedocs.io/ .

MvcEx - Multi-Tenant MVC Applications

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MvcEx provides a set of extensions to ASP.NET MVC 1.0 with the aim of making it easy to create multi-tenant applications. Actions can be created in multiple assemblies and MvcEx will build them into a single controller. Views are created to be override-able by modules

configly - A developer-friendly lightweight replacement for the `config` module that works with custom config directory and pluggable parsers

  •    Javascript

A developer-friendly lightweight replacement for the config module that works with custom config directory and pluggable parsers. Notice of change of ownership: Starting version 3.0.0 this package has changed it's owner and goals. The old version (2.0.3) is still available on npm via npm install configly@2.0.3 and on github.com/ksmithut/configly. Thank you.




react-pluggable-example

  •    Javascript

An example to demonstrate how to implement simple pluggable mechanism in a React project. The built assets will be put in the 'assets' folder.

calculon - Library for writing IRC bots in OCaml, a collection of plugins, and a dramatic robotic actor

  •    OCaml

Library for writing IRC bots in OCaml, a collection of plugins, and a dramatic robotic actor. The core library is called calculon. The typical main entry point would look like this. Calculon works by gathering a list of plugins (see the module Plugin), some configuration (see Config) and running the package in a loop using irc-client.

pawjs - A highly scalable & plugable, Progressive Web Application Framework with the best Developer Experience

  •    Javascript

A highly scalable & plugable, Progressive Web Application Framework with the best Developer Experience. This framework utilizes the power of React with Webpack and is build on top of webpack/tapable for unlimited extendability. Create Progressive web application with ReactJS. As we all know, Progressive Apps are not supported everywhere, but we have added support for Safari & Chrome so your application can work as standalone applications when added to home-screen or saved as desktop app.

cn-infra - Cloud-native platform for developing pluggable service agents

  •    Go

CN-Infra (cloud-native infrastructure) is a Golang platform for building cloud-native microservices. Although it was originally intended for development/implementation of custom management/control plane agents for cloud-native Virtual Network Functions (VNFs), it can be used to develop any microservice. Each management/control plane app built on top of the CN-Infra platform is basically a set of modules called "plugins" in CN-Infra lingo, where each plugin provides a very specific/focused functionality. Some plugins are provided by the CN-Infra platform itself, some are written by the app's implementors. In other words, the CN-Infra platform itself is implemented as a set of plugins that together provide the platform's functionality, such as logging, health checks, messaging (e.g. Kafka), a common front-end API and back-end connectivity to various KV data stores (Etcd, Cassandra, Redis, ...), and REST and gRPC APIs.


egg-core - A core Pluggable framework based on koa.

  •    Javascript

A core Pluggable framework based on koa. Don't use it directly, see egg.

nodejsdb - Intrinsic datastores for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Experimental project. Runnable artefacts will be published as standalone npm modules, and by various authors. Add your comments in the form of Issues, or contribute to this discussion.