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swagger-js - Javascript library to connect to swagger-enabled APIs via browser or nodejs

  •    Javascript

Swagger Client is a JavaScript module that allows you to fetch, resolve, and interact with Swagger/OpenAPI documents. This is the new version of swagger-js, 3.x. The new version supports Swagger 2.0 as well as OpenAPI 3.

babel-plugin-module-resolver - Custom module resolver plugin for Babel

  •    Javascript

A Babel plugin to add a new resolver for your modules when compiling your code using Babel. This plugin allows you to add new "root" directories that contain your modules. It also allows you to setup a custom alias for directories, specific files, or even other npm modules. This plugin can simplify the require/import paths in your project. For example, instead of using complex relative paths like ../../../../utils/my-utils, you can write utils/my-utils. It will allow you to work faster since you won't need to calculate how many levels of directory you have to go up before accessing the file.

c-ares - A C library for asynchronous DNS requests

  •    C++

c-ares is a C library for asynchronous DNS requests. It is an asynchronous resolver library. It is intended for applications which need to perform DNS queries without blocking, or need to perform multiple DNS queries in parallel. The primary examples of such applications are servers which communicate with multiple clients and programs with graphical user interfaces. c-ares is being used by libcurl, UnreadlIRCd, BZFlag, Xymon, libevnet, gLite, aria2, sipsak, Second Life, Wireshark, node.js and more.

rubydns - RubyDNS provides a simple Ruby DSL for DNS servers.

  •    Ruby

RubyDNS is a high-performance DNS server which can be easily integrated into other projects or used as a stand-alone daemon. By default it uses rule-based pattern matching. Results can be hard-coded, computed, fetched from a remote DNS server or fetched from a local cache, depending on requirements. There are lots of examples available in the examples/ directory.

hotchocolate - Hot Chocolate is a GraphQL server, written in C# for .Net Core and .Net Framework

  •    CSharp

Hot Chocolate is a GraphQL server implementation based on the current GraphQL June 2018 specification. If you are just getting started with GraphQL a good way to learn is visiting GraphQL.org. We have implemented the Star Wars example with the Hot Chocolate API and you can use our example implementation to follow along.

resolve - Implements the node.js require.resolve() algorithm

  •    Javascript

Asynchronously resolve the module path string id into cb(err, res [, pkg]), where pkg (if defined) is the data from package.json.

sdns - A lightweight fast recursive dns server with dnssec support

  •    Go

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change. Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.

tomahawk-resolvers - Resolver plugins for Tomahawk Player

  •    C++

After you have the files locally, open Tomahawk's preferences and from the "Services" tab click "Install from File" and select the .axe or .js file for the resolver you are installing. Since March 2013 Tomahawk resolvers have switched to a new directory structure for easy packaging. Ideally, you should download nightly .axe files, if available.

apollo-resolvers - Expressive and composable resolvers for Apollostack's GraphQL server

  •    Javascript

When standing up a GraphQL backend, one of the first design decisions you will undoubtedly need to make is how you will handle authentication, authorization, and errors. GraphQL resolvers present an entirely new paradigm that existing patterns for RESTful APIs fail to adequately address. Many developers end up writing duplicitous authorization checks in a vast majority of their resolver functions, as well as error handling logic to shield the client from encountering exposed internal errors. The goal of apollo-resolvers is to simplify the developer experience in working with GraphQL by abstracting away many of these decisions into a nice, expressive design pattern. apollo-resolvers provides a pattern for creating resolvers that work, essentially, like reactive middleware. By creating a chain of resolvers to satisfy individual parts of the overall problem, you are able to compose elegant streams that take a GraphQL request and bind it to a model method or some other form of business logic with authorization checks and error handling baked right in.

jurl - Fast and simple URL parsing for Java, with UTF-8 and path resolving support

  •    Java

Fast and simple URL parsing for Java, with UTF-8 and path resolving support.The recommended medium to report and track issues is by opening one on Github.

absolution - Accepts HTML and a base URL, and returns HTML with absolute URLs

  •    Javascript

absolution accepts HTML and a base URL, and returns HTML with absolute URLs. Great for generating valid RSS feeds.

bower-shrinkwrap-resolver - Missing shrinkwrap for Bower

  •    Javascript

Missing shrinkwrap for Bower.Bower must be >= 1.5 (tested on Bower 1.7.7).

awscred - Node.js module to resolve AWS credentials/region using env, ini files and IAM roles

  •    Javascript

A small standalone library to resolve AWS credentials and region details using, in order: environment variables, INI files, and EC2 metadata (for IAM roles). Queues HTTP calls to ensure no thundering herd effect will occur when credentials expire.Resolves AWS credentials and region details, and calls back with an object containing credentials and region properties as highlighted in the example above.

ember-webpack-resolver - An Ember resolver for use with webpack

  •    Javascript

An Ember.js resolver heavily inspired by https://github.com/stefanpenner/ember-jj-abrams-resolver but mainly for use with webpack. If you have a custom module type that you need to resolve, use the lookupPatterns option. It takes an array of functions with each function receiving a parsedName argument. The function optionally returns a moduleName value based on some criteria.

sbt-s3-resolver - :cloud: Amazon S3-based resolver for sbt

  •    Scala

This is an sbt plugin which helps resolving dependencies from and publish to Amazon S3 buckets (private or public). These defaults are added to your project automatically. So if you're fine with them, you don't need to do anything special, just set the resolver and publish. Otherwise you can tune the settings by overriding them in your build.sbt.

domain - A DNS library for Rust

  •    Rust

A DNS library for Rust. This crate is currently undergoing major renovations. As part of that, significant parts of the source are disabled and awaiting their turn.

arguments-resolver - ArgumentsResolver allows you to determine the arguments to pass to a function or method

  •    PHP

ArgumentsResolver allows you to determine the arguments to pass to a function or method. In the InDepthArgumentsResolver, the decision about whether an argument matched the parameter value or not is influenced by multiple factors, namely the argument's type, the class hierarchy (if it's an object), the argument name and the argument position.

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