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Sequence - The responsive CSS animation framework for creating unique sliders, presentations, banners, and other step-based applications

  •    Javascript

The responsive CSS animation framework for creating unique sliders, presentations, banners, and other step-based applications. Sequence.js provides all of the JavaScript functionality you need for step-based applications such as sliders and presentations, allowing you to concentrate on producing your content with style.

GoJS - JavaScript diagramming library for interactive flowcharts, org charts, design tools, planning tools, visual languages

  •    Javascript

GoJS is a JavaScript and TypeScript library for creating and manipulating diagrams, charts, and graphs. GoJS is a flexible library that can be used to create a number of different kinds of interactive diagrams, including data visualizations, drawing tools, and graph editors. There are samples for flowchart, org chart, business process BPMN, swimlanes, timelines, state charts, kanban, network, mindmap, sankey, family trees and genogram charts, fishbone diagrams, floor plans, UML, decision trees, pert charts, Gantt, and hundreds more. GoJS includes a number of built in layouts including tree layout, force directed, radial, and layered digraph layout, and a number of custom layout examples.

unicode-emoji - Emoji Regex in Ruby

  •    Ruby

A small Ruby library which provides Unicode Emoji data and regexes. Also includes a categorized list of recommended Emoji.

dna - utility functions to handle DNA/RNA string data (JavaScript, Node.js)

  •    Javascript

Gets a complementary strand of str. If rev is true, reverse the sequence. (5' -> 3').




rxify - An RxJS library wrapper that lets you execute Rx operators directly using marble-diagram ASCII string arguments

  •    Javascript

An RxJS library wrapper that lets you execute Rx operators directly using marble-diagram ASCII string arguments. rxify was mainly created as an educational tool to guide those ramping up on Reactive Extensions for the first time by presenting an alternative way to visualize and experiment on its asynchronous features. However, some folks may find it useful for other purposes such as general problem-solving or simplifying unit tests.

quence - Create sequence diagrams from textual descriptions.

  •    Javascript

Create sequence diagrams with a domain-specific language. The following sections describe syntax that can be placed in a .wsd file for input to the quence processor.

barrel - An abstract player for sequences of timed events

  •    Javascript

So far this is all pretty abstract, but that's on purpose. With some imagination, you can use Barrel to work with timed event sequences of any kind: a dancing hamster on a web page, a loading animation, or a Node.js-ignited firework display.

infinity - Infinite sequences for Node

  •    CoffeeScript

Supports typical array functions and more, all evaluated lazily. Joint effort of Andrew Jones, Maxim Filimonov, Leonardo Borges and Romain Prieto, during a ThoughtWorks Node.js hack night.


sequence - Simple sequence abstract datatype, intended to iterate efficiently on collections while performing some transformations

  •    OCaml

Simple sequence abstract datatype, intended to iterate efficiently on collections while performing some transformations. Common operations supported by Sequence include filter, map, take, drop, append, flat_map, etc. Sequence is not designed to be as general-purpose or flexible as, say, Batteries' 'a Enum.t. Rather, it aims at providing a very simple and efficient way of iterating on a finite number of values, only allocating (most of the time) one intermediate closure to do so. For instance, iterating on keys, or values, of a Hashtbl.t, without creating a list.

vscode-sequence-diagrams - Generates UML sequence diagrams from simple text

  •    Javascript

When you open .seqdiag file in Visual Studio Code, preview tab will open automatically. If you wish to reopen the preview tab, press CTRL+SHIFT+P or F1 to open Command Palette and execute Show Sequence Diagram Preview command.

sequencer - Purely algorithmic number sequence identification

  •    Scala

Sequencer employs neither a library of sequences nor a limited set of algorithms to find a closed form. Instead, it generates all formulas up to a certain size and then checks them against the provided numbers. For verification, the system uses a hybrid approach of a fast numerical checker followed by a symbolic verifier powered by the Symja computer algebra system. Coupled with some tricks and heuristics designed to quickly generate potentially interesting formulas, Sequencer can identify sequences with very complex closed forms in a matter of seconds when run on commodity hardware.

lazy-array - JavaScript lazy arrays, sort of like Clojure's seqs

  •    Javascript

JavaScript lazy arrays, sort of like Clojure's seqs. Lazy sequences can be thought of being a bit like a traditional Lisp cons cell. Check the tests and source (lazy-array.js) JSDoc for more information, here's a quick example.

msa - Modular BioJS compoment for a multiple sequence alignment

  •    Javascript

Multiple Sequence Alignment Viewer - the MSAViewer - a BioJS component. Yes you can either link to the minified, gzipped CDN version or download the dev version from S3 .

EasySequence - EasySequence is a powerful fundamental library to process sequcence type, such as array, set, dictionary

  •    Objective-C

EasySequence is a powerful fundamental library to process sequence type, such as array, set, dictionary. Each type of object which conforms to NSFastEnumeration protocol can be initialzed to an EZSequence instance, then you can operate with it. Finally, you can transfer it back to the original type. iOS 8.0 or later.