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Alamofire - Elegant HTTP Networking in Swift

  •    Swift

Alamofire is an HTTP networking library written in Swift. In order to keep Alamofire focused specifically on core networking implementations, additional component libraries have been created by the Alamofire Software Foundation to bring additional functionality to the Alamofire ecosystem.

instascan - HTML5 QR code scanner using your webcam

  •    Javascript

Real-time webcam-driven HTML5 QR code scanner. Try the live demo. Note: Chrome requires HTTPS when using the WebRTC API. Any pages using this library should be served over HTTPS.

mashape-oauth - OAuth Modules for Node

  •    Javascript

If you're looking for the popular OAuth Bible, here it is. It extensively explains the multitude of OAuth flows and how OAuth works. Require the library and the one you wish to use.




dyson - Node server for dynamic, fake JSON.

  •    Javascript

Node server for dynamic, fake JSON. When developing client-side applications, often either static JSON files, or an actual server, backend, datastore, or API, is used. Sometimes static files are too static, and sometimes an actual server is not available, not accessible, or too tedious to set up.

apicache - Simple API-caching middleware for Express/Node.

  •    Javascript

Because route-caching of simple data/responses should ALSO be simple. To use, simply inject the middleware (example: apicache.middleware('5 minutes', [optionalMiddlewareToggle])) into your routes. Everything else is automagic.


oppressor - streaming http compression response negotiator

  •    Javascript

Return a duplex stream that will be compressed with gzip, deflate, or no compression depending on the accept-encoding headers sent.oppressor will emulate calls to http.ServerResponse methods like writeHead() so that modules like filed that expect to be piped directly to the response object will work.

Cortex - Powerful Observable Analysis Engine

  •    Scala

Cortex, an open source and free software, has been created by TheHive Project for this very purpose. Observables, such as IP and email addresses, URLs, domain names, files or hashes, can be analyzed one by one or in bulk mode using a Web interface. Analysts can also automate these operations thanks to the Cortex REST API. By using Cortex, you won't need to rewrite the wheel every time you'd like to use a service or a tool to analyze an observable and help you investigate the case at hand. Leverage one of the several analyzers it contains and if you are missing a tool or a service, create a suitable program easily and make it available for the whole team (or better, for the whole community) thanks to Cortex.

http-headers - HTTP header string parser

  •    Javascript

Parse the start-line and headers from an HTTP request or reponse.If you've ever needed to log or in another way access the headers sent to the client on a http.ServerResponse in Node.js, you know it's not as easy as with the http.IncomingMessage headers (which you just access via request.headers['content-type']).

rtsp-stream - A transport agnostic RTSP serial multiplexer module for Node

  •    Javascript

A transport agnostic RTSP serial multiplexer module for Node. Use it to encode or decode RTSP data streams.This project aims for 100% compliance with RFC 2326. If you find something missing, please open an issue.

rabbus - A micro-service bus with built-in messaging patterns, for NodeJS and RabbitMQ

  •    Javascript

A highly opinionated, yet minimal, set of message bus abstractions for NodeJS. It is built on top of RabbitMQ, with rabbot as the primary library for working with RabbitMQ. The items on the left are "producers" as they produce a message for RabbitMQ to route and handle. Items on the right are "consumers" as they consume a message from a queue in RabbitMQ.

socket.io-request - bi-directional request-response for socket.io

  •    Javascript

Of cource, Socket.IO's emit and on have request-response. This library adds some features. res.error returns error object to requester.

http-responses - Node.js Middleware for standardizing the way you send HTTP response statuses.

  •    Javascript

Middleware for standardizing the way you send HTTP response statuses. Prevents inconsistencies in your code by standardizing the way you handle sending HTTP response statuses and bodies.