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serilog-sinks-http - A Serilog sink sending log events over HTTP.

  •    CSharp

In the following example, the sink will POST log events to www.mylogs.com over HTTP.The sink can also be configured to be durable, i.e. log events are persisted on disk before sending them over the network, thus protecting against data loss after a system or process restart. For more information read the wiki.

pipette - Stream and pipe utilities for Node

  •    Javascript

This Node module provides several utility classes that offer pipe and stream-related functionality. It particularly emphasizes providing a consistent event packaging and ordering for streams.All of the classes in this module provide a consistently ordered sequence of events, which is meant to be a sensible synthesis of the (somewhat inconsistent) Node specification for the various core stream classes.

node-stream-sink - Collect all data piped to this stream when it closes

  •    Javascript

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

sink.js - A javascript library for audio output

  •    Javascript

sink.js is a javascript library dedicated for audio output. Features include buffer fill callbacks, synchronous write, asynchronous write, ring buffers and recording. Currently supported platforms are Firefox 4+ and Chrome with Web Audio API enabled in about:flags. Additional platforms, such as a flash fallback can be added as plugins, but are currently not featured, nor will ever be enabled by default. For a platform to be added as enabled by default, it needs to be reliable in terms of latency and stability. Flash fallbacks – for example – cannot offer this kind of reliability and the sound will always be flaky at best. Currently, it is recommended to check that you are actually running at the sample rate that you specified, so when you create a sink, get the samplerate reference always from its .sampleRate property.




g3sinks - sinks to g3logger

  •    C++

Each sink will have its own LICENSE file. Make sure to understand what the sink provides before you use it. Adapted from vrecan/g2log-dev https://bitbucket.org/vrecan/g2log-dev Rotation of logs. The license is public domain, a.k.a the UNLICENSE. See details at the sink location.

lead - Sink your streams.

  •    Javascript

Sink your streams. Takes a stream to sink and returns the same stream. Sets up event listeners to infer if the stream is being used as a Transform or Writeable stream and sinks it on nextTick if necessary. If the stream is being used as a Transform stream but becomes unpiped, it will be sunk. Respects pipe, on('data') and on('readable') handlers.

audio-speaker - Output audio stream to speaker, browser/node-wise

  •    Javascript

Output audio stream to speaker in node or browser. Speaker is async-sink with fn(data, cb) notation.





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