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purgecss - Remove unused css

  •    Javascript

When you are building a website, chances are that you are using a css framework like Bootstrap, Materializecss, Foundation, etc... But you will only use a small set of the framework and a lot of unused css styles will be included. This is where Purgecss comes into play. Purgecss analyzes your content and your css files. Then it matches the selectors used in your files with the one in your content files. It removes unused selectors from your css, resulting in smaller css files.

rn-diff-purge - Easier React Native upgrades by clearly exposing changes from a version to another

  •    Shell

This repository exposes an untouched React Native app generated with the CLI npx react-native init RnDiffApp. Each new React Native release causes a new project to be created, removing the old one, and getting a diff between them. This way, the diff is always clean, always in sync with the changes of the init template. See table below for the complete list.

dropcss - An exceptionally fast, thorough and tiny unused-CSS cleaner

  •    HTML

DropCSS takes your HTML and CSS as input and returns only the used CSS as output. Its custom HTML and CSS parsers are highly optimized for the 99% use case and thus avoid the overhead of handling malformed markup or stylesheets, so well-formed input is required. There is minimal handling for complex escaping rules, so there will always exist cases of valid input that cannot be processed by DropCSS; for these infrequent cases, please start a discussion. While the HTML spec allows html, head, body and tbody to be implied/omitted, DropCSS makes no such assumptions; selectors will only be retained for tags that can be parsed from provided markup. It's also a good idea to run your CSS through a structural optimizer like clean-css, csso, cssnano or crass to re-group selectors, merge redundant rules, etc. It probably makes sense to do this after DropCSS, which can leave redundant blocks, e.g. .foo, .bar { color: red; } .bar { width: 50%; } -> .bar { color: red; } .bar { width: 50%; } if .foo is absent from your markup.

cruft - Delete cruft from npm packages

  •    Javascript

Package cruft removal.cruft tries to remove files from codebases that are not required in production such as documentation, tests and examples. This is potentially very dangerous, use with a high level of caution.




rm-modules - Recursively remove *all* node_modules directories within the chosen root directory

  •    Javascript

Recursively remove all node_modules directories within the chosen root directory.Useful for cleaning a project which has more than one node_modules tree.

nginx-cache - Node.js module to find files in an Nginx cache based on partial URL keys

  •    Javascript

A Node.js module that recursively scans the directories and files of an Nginx cache as efficiently as possible looking for partial URL key matches based on a regular expression.Constructor to which further methods are chained.

aws-s3-bucket-purger - A program that will purge any AWS S3 Bucket of objects and versions quickly

  •    Go

A program that will purge any AWS S3 Bucket of objects and versions quickly. Considerably faster then using the AWS CLI tools or doing it though the Console. The problem.


cli-purge - Akamai CLI for Purge allows you to purge cached content from the Edge using FastPurge (CCUv3)

  •    Go

Akamai CLI for Purge allows you to purge cached content from the Edge using FastPurge (CCUv3). FastPurge will typically invalidate (recommended), or delete cached content in under five seconds.

purge-wrangler - Easy AMD & NVIDIA eGPUs for all Thunderbolt Macs.

  •    Shell

The following is a list of basic requirements a mac must meet to run purge-wrangler.sh. A system backup is highly recommended. Although the patches and recovery techniques have been refined over time, having a fallback is always important.

gl-reset - Completely reset the state of a WebGL context, deleting any allocated resources

  •    Javascript

Completely reset the state of a WebGL context, deleting any allocated resources. There's a limit on the number of contexts you can have running simultaneously on a page, and (at least on Chrome) when hitting the threshold you simply lose the least recently created one. To work around this limit, you can instead reset and reuse a single WebGL context between multiple renders.

twitter-purge - Unfollow inactive twitter accounts.

  •    Ruby

Unfollows a list of accounts you're following that haven't tweeted in over 30 days. You can get Twitter API credentials from the Twitter apps page.






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