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cheerio - Fast, flexible, and lean implementation of core jQuery designed specifically for the server


❤ Familiar syntax: Cheerio implements a subset of core jQuery. Cheerio removes all the DOM inconsistencies and browser cruft from the jQuery library, revealing its truly gorgeous API.ϟ Blazingly fast: Cheerio works with a very simple, consistent DOM model. As a result parsing, manipulating, and rendering are incredibly efficient. Preliminary end-to-end benchmarks suggest that cheerio is about 8x faster than JSDOM.

Sizzle - JavaScript CSS selector engine


Sizzle is a pure-JavaScript CSS selector engine designed to be easily dropped in to a host library. It has CSS 3 Selector support. It is designed for optimal performance with event delegation.

react-bootstrap-daterangepicker - A date/time picker for react (using bootstrap)


This is a commonjs library. You will need a tool like browserify/webpack/etc to build your code. For in depth documentation, see the original bootstrap-daterangepicker project page.




wring - Extract content from webpages using CSS Selectors, XPath, and JS expressions


Wring utilizes PhantomJS for some of its commands. To use these, install it using your system package manager by running something like brew install phantomjs on OS X, or apt-get install phantomjs on Ubuntu. You can make sure it's on your PATH by running phantomjs -v.

WPF Carousel Control


A Carousel Control for WPF that includes the ability to specify z-tilt angle (horizontal-to-vertical carousels), perspective tilt angle (to make the objects in rear easier to see), and item location-based opacity and size.

Silverlight Carousel Control


A Carousel Control for Silverlight 3 (same code can be used in Silverlight 2) that includes the ability to specify z-tilt angle (horizontal-to-vertical carousels), perspective tilt angle (to make the objects in rear easier to see), and item location-based opacity and size.

surgeon - Declarative DOM extraction expression evaluator. 👨‍⚕️


Declarative DOM extraction expression evaluator. Powerful, succinct, composable, extendable, declarative API.


ellocate.js


A jQuery plugin for generating element locators. Ellocate generates both CSS selectors and XPath expressions.

colpick-jQuery-Color-Picker


Lightweight jQuery Color Picker plugin with RGB, HSB and HEX fields, several skins and layouts. Usage examples: http://colpick.com/plugin

jquery-colorselector


A color picker that allows users to pick a color from a set of predefined colors

jquery.cache


jQuery Cache is a plugin for caching DOM elements and collections preventing overuse of selector lookups on persistent DOM structures.

cheerio-advanced-selectors - Add advanced selector support to cheerio


This module is inspired by cheerio-eq with the added support for many different selectors.Gotcha: The result returned from .load() isn't a cheerio object but a custom function used to wrap the cheerio-advanced-selector logic (see issue 2).

cheerio-eq - Add :eq() selector functionality to cheerio


Add :eq() selector functionality to cheerio.If you are looking for a more advanced solution with support for multiple advanved selectors, check out the cheerio-advanced-selectors module.

Jexl - Javascript Expression Language: Powerful context-based expression parser and evaluator


Jexl requires an environment that supports the Promise/A+ specification as standardized in ES6. Node.js version 0.12.0 and up is great right out of the box (no --harmony flag necessary), as well as the latest versions of many browsers. To support older browsers, just include a Promise library such as Bluebird. The in operator can be used to check for a substring: "Cad" in "Ron Cadillac", and it can be used to check for an array element: "coarse" in ['fine', 'medium', 'coarse']. However, the == operator is used behind-the-scenes to search arrays, so it should not be used with arrays of objects. The following expression returns false: {a: 'b'} in [{a: 'b'}].