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node-fs-extra - Node.js: extra methods for the fs object like copy(), remove(), mkdirs()

  •    Javascript

fs-extra adds file system methods that aren't included in the native fs module and adds promise support to the fs methods. It should be a drop in replacement for fs.I got tired of including mkdirp, rimraf, and ncp in most of my projects.

node-jsonfile - Easily read/write JSON files.

  •    Javascript

Easily read/write JSON files in Node.js. Note: this module cannot be used in the browser.Writing JSON.stringify() and then fs.writeFile() and JSON.parse() with fs.readFile() enclosed in try/catch blocks became annoying.

WordPress-Android - WordPress for Android

  •    Java

If you're just looking to install WordPress for Android, you can find it on Google Play. If you're a developer wanting to contribute, read on. In order to use WordPress.com functions you will need a client ID and a client secret key. These details will be used to authenticate your application and verify that the API calls being made are valid. You can create an application or view details for your existing applications with our WordPress.com applications manager.

FCFileManager - iOS File Manager on top of NSFileManager for simplifying files management.

  •    Objective-C

iOS File Manager on top of NSFileManager for simplifying files management. It provides many static methods for executing most common operations with few lines of code. It works by default in the Documents directory to allow use of relative paths, but it's possible to work easily on any other directory. Copy FCFileManager.h and FCFileManager.m to your project.




jDataView - DataView. Extended. Anywhere.

  •    Javascript

jDataView provides convenient way to read and/or modify binary data in all the browsers. It follows the DataView Specification and even extends it for a more practical use. There are three ways to read a binary file from the browser.

jBinary - High-level API for working with binary data.

  •    Javascript

jBinary makes it easy to create, load, parse, modify and save complex binary files and data structures in both browser and Node.js. It works on top of jDataView (DataView polyfill with convenient extensions).

Proverb Teleprompter

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Proverb Teleprompter is a simple teleprompter software useful for video shoots that require the talent to read a lot of text (i.e. news shows, talk shows etc.).

Read and unread marks for SharePoint as a site column

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I have always been disappointed that SharePoint does not provide an underlying technology for deciding if a SharePoint item has been read by the current user. To fill that need, this project is a SharePoint site column and some supporting technology to provide visual indicator...


clipboardy - Access the system clipboard (copy/paste)

  •    Javascript

Cross-platform. Supports: macOS, Windows, Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Android with Termux.Write (copy) to the clipboard asynchronously. Returns a Promise.

node-readability - Scrape/Crawl article from any site automatically

  •    Javascript

In my case, the speed of spider is about 1500k documents per day, and the maximize crawling speed is 1.2k /minute, avg 1k /minute, the memory cost are about 200 MB on each spider kernel, and the accuracy is about 90%, the rest 10% can be fixed by customizing Score Rules or Selectors. it's better than any other readability modules.

xlnt - :bar_chart: Cross-platform user-friendly xlsx library for C++14

  •    C++

xlnt is a modern C++ library for manipulating spreadsheets in memory and reading/writing them from/to XLSX files as described in ECMA 376 4th edition. The first public release of xlnt version 1.0 was on May 10th, 2017. Current work is focused on increasing compatibility, improving performance, and brainstorming future development goals. For a high-level summary of what you can do with this library, see the feature list. Contributions are welcome in the form of pull requests or discussions on the repository's Issues page. Documentation for the current release of xlnt is available here.

better-xlsx - A better xlsx library.

  •    Javascript

This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute. [Contribute]. better-xlsx is available under the terms of the MIT License.

read-all-stream - Read stream to buffer or string

  •    Javascript

Read all stream content and pass it to callback

asammdf - Fast Python parser and editor for ASAM (Associtation for Standardisation of Automation and Measuring Systems) MDF (Measurement Data Format) files

  •    Python

asammdf is a fast parser/editor for ASAM (Associtation for Standardisation of Automation and Measuring Systems) MDF (Measurement Data Format) files.asammdf supports both MDF version 3 and 4 formats.

gen-readlines - Node.js generator-based line reader

  •    Javascript

A generator based line reader. This node package will return the lines of a file as a generator when given file descriptor and the size of the file.I created this project primarily for better flow control of reading lines in a file. Instead of using callbacks for reading lines within a file, this will use a generator which has some unique benefits.

vinyl-file - Create a Vinyl file from an actual file

  •    Javascript

Returns a promise for a Vinyl file.Create a Vinyl file synchronously and return it.

read-chunk - Read a chunk from a file

  •    Javascript

Because the built-in way requires way too much boilerplate.Returns a Promise<Buffer>.

read-pkg - Read a package.json file

  •    Javascript

Returns a Promise for the parsed JSON.Returns the parsed JSON.

pkg-conf - Get namespaced config from the closest package.json

  •    Javascript

Having tool specific config in package.json reduces the amount of metafiles in your repo (there are usually a lot!) and makes the config obvious compared to hidden dotfiles like .eslintrc, which can end up causing confusion. XO, for example, uses the xo namespace in package.json, and ESLint uses eslintConfig. Many more tools supports this, like AVA, Babel, nyc, etc.It walks up parent directories until a package.json can be found, reads it, and returns the user specified namespace or an empty object if not found.