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PDFx - Property Dependency Framework for WPF, Windows Store, Silverlight and WP


The Property Dependency Framework is a lightweight library, which allows you to describe Property Dependency Relationships in C# code. Developed by Kevin Stumpf

Property Builder for Visual Basic 6.0 and VBA


A small tool to build (to write) Visual Basic 6 and VBA Properties, once at time. It's developed in the old, very old, Visual Basic 6.0.

ember-cpm - ComputedProperty Macros for Ember


Version 2.0+ will only work with Ember 2.0+ Version 3.0+ is only tested in the last 2 LTS. Just import individual macros from ember-cpm/macros/* or all macros from ember-cpm.

sort-on - Sort an array on an object property


Returns a new sorted array.The string can be a dot path to a nested object property. Prepend it with - to sort it in descending order.




property-accessors - A mixin for declaring fancy property accessors


A mixin for defining dynamic properties.To define a basic property accessor, use the accessor declaration. If you've included the mixin into a class, you define a prototype property by calling @::accessor on its prototype.

object-stream-map - Perform a map on a stream of objects


Perform a map on a stream of objects.Let's say you are consuming an array of objects in the form of a stream. This node module lets you return a named property for each object in the stream, in reality performing a map on the entire array.

html-element-attributes - Map of HTML elements to allowed attributes


Map of HTML elements to allowed attributes. Also contains global attributes under '*'. Includes attributes from HTML 4, W3C HTML 5, and WHATWG HTML 5.Note: Includes deprecated attributes.



svg-element-attributes - Map of SVG elements to allowed attributes


Map of SVG elements to allowed attributes. Also contains global attributes under '*'.Includes attributes from SVG 1.1, SVG Tiny 1.2, and SVG 2.

openassets - JavaScript implementation of the Open Assets Protocol


A JavaScript implementation of the Open Assets Protocol. The Open Assets Protocol is a simple and powerful protocol built on top of the Bitcoin Blockchain. It allows issuance and transfer of user-created assets. The Open Assets Protocol is an evolution of the concept of colored coins.

private-parts - A simple and intuitive way to shim private methods and properties in JavaScript.


The Private Parts module provides a simple and intuitive way to shim private methods and properties in JavaScript. It's small, easy to use, requires minimal setup, and works in both node and the browser. For more information on how Private Parts works and the problems it solves, see my article introducing it.

AtomicKit - Concurrency made simple in Swift.


Concurrency made simple in Swift. AtomicKit is a Swift framework designed to ease dealing with concurrency in Swift projects.

plucker - Pluck nested properties from an object


Pluck nested properties from an object.Given a dot-delimted property path, returns a plucking function.

trainwreck.js - JavaScript method chaining made easy


Nothing groundbreaking about this library. I've done the same thing a couple times before and I'm sure a lot of people have done it as well, sharing it just because it can be useful and because I couldn't find a library which the only purpose was to provide chaining.The name is a homage to Robert C. Martin book Clean Code. The author uses the term on the Chapter 6 (Objects and Data Structure) to name a sample code that appears to violate the Law of Demeter. According to the author "it look like a bunch of coupled train cars." and it is "generally considered to be sloppy style and should be avoided".

property-validator - :white_check_mark: Easy property validation for JavaScript, Node and Express.


Built on top of validator.js, property-validator makes validating request parameters easy and fun. No chaining, no prototype violations, no magic. Just some simple, stateless, javascript functions.All you have to do is import some base validation functions and declare the validation rules for your request.

prr


An sensible alternative to Object.defineProperty(). Available in npm and Ender as prr.But obviously, having to write out the full options object makes it nearly as bad as the original Object.defineProperty() so we can simplify.

propprop - Pluck a property out of an object in an Array.prototype callback


pluck a property out of an object.Perhaps you're already using Lo-Dash, Underscore.js, or another utility library. This should not supplement those libraries, and definitely cannot replace. This is better suited towards applications that don't want to carry the weight and/or functionality of such libraries, and just want something simple and modular.

hoops - Nested property access and manipulation lib for node and browser


Nested property access and manipulation library for node and the browser. Available as a standalone module, and integrates with underscore and lodash. Tested in all modern browsers, and IE6+. Inspired by igorw/get-in.

deep-access - Access nested object properties via strings.


Access nested object properties via strings, with existential operator (?) support.Access obj's property prop. The property string may contain key names, dots and question marks. If a key ends with an question mark but doesn't exist, the algorithm aborts and returns what it last got.