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vue-paginate - A simple vue.js plugin to paginate data

  •    Javascript

This version only works with Vue 2.0. For Vue 1.0, check out the 1.0 branch. Include it directly with a <script> tag. In this case, you don't need to write Vue.use(VuePaginate), this will be done automatically for you.

prealloc - prealloc is a Go static analysis tool to find slice declarations that could potentially be preallocated

  •    Go

prealloc is a Go static analysis tool to find slice declarations that could potentially be preallocated. Similar to other Go static analysis tools (such as golint, go vet), prealloc can be invoked with one or more filenames, directories, or packages named by its import path. Prealloc also supports the ... wildcard.

read-chunk - Read a chunk from a file

  •    Javascript

Because the built-in way requires way too much boilerplate.Returns a Promise<Buffer>.




cli-truncate - Truncate a string to a specific width in the terminal

  •    Javascript

Gracefully handles ANSI escapes. Like a string styled with chalk. It also supports Unicode surrogate pairs and fullwidth characters.Text to truncate.

logdir - dump text streams into a directory and read the data back intelligently

  •    Javascript

Create a new logdir instance ld from a directory dir.Create a slice-file handle sf to operate on all the names collectively.

slice-file - stream file slices by line number indexes

  •    Javascript

Like tail -f, slice-file can stream updates after the initial slice.Create a slice-file instance xs from a filename and some options opts.

ugo - Simple and expressive toolbox written in Go

  •    Go

Simple and expressive toolbox written with love and care in Go.Actually reflection approach in u.From can have an impact on performance 🐌 so use it with care.


tabula - A Go library for working with rows, columns, or matrix

  •    Go

Package tabula is a Go library for working with rows, columns, or matrix (table), or in another terms working with data set. You can use this library to manage sequence of value with different type and manage data in two dimensional tuple.

ember-element-query - Element queries for Ember

  •    HTML

This Ember addon lets you apply styles to elements conditionally based on their own width, instead of using media queries based on window width. It lets you implement reusable responsive components — with encapsulated styles, decoupled from their parent context. Such components will realign their content depending on how much space is available to them.

array-last - Return the last element in an array. Faster than `.slice`

  •    Javascript

Get the last or last n elements in an array. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

array-slice - Lo-dash's array-clice method

  •    Javascript

Array-slice method. Slices array from the start index up to, but not including, the end index. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

slice-lines - Fast algorithm for extracting a subset of lines from a string

  •    Javascript

Very efficient module for extracting a subset of lines from a string. Similar to str.slice(beginIndex, endIndex) except that the indexes are lines instead of bytes.

dg - [LLVM Static Slicer] Dependence graph for programs

  •    C++

Dg is a library which implements dependence graphs for programs. It contains a set of generic templates that can be specialized to user's needs. Dg can be used for different analyses, optimizations or program slicing (we currently use it for the last one in our tool called Symbiotic: https://github.com/staticafi/symbiotic). As a part of dg, you can find pointer analyses, reaching definitions analysis and a static slicer for LLVM. Whole project is under developement and lacks documentation for now, so in the case of need, contact us by an e-mail (below).

slice - A JavaScript implementation of Python's negative indexing and extended slice syntax.

  •    Javascript

If you know Python, then you're probably well aware of how pleasant Python's indexing and slice syntax make working with lists and strings (and you can skip ahead to For People Who Know Python Already if you want). If not—well, you're in for a treat! Slice adds SliceArray and SliceString classes which extend the corresponding builtin types to provide a unified and concise syntax for indexing and slicing in JavaScript. For starters, negative indices can be used to count backwards from the end of an array or string.

go-streams - Stream Collections for Go. Inspired in Java 8 Streams and .NET Linq

  •    Go

Here we use an array of string as the source of the stream, perform a filter operation provided by a function that receives a single element of the collection and determines whether the element should remain in the stream by returning a boolean.

clearx - Fast & Effortless state management for React with zero learning curve

  •    Javascript

Create a global application store with application's data structure. This can be accessed, changed, plugged and sliced from anywhere in an application. Now create slices from the application store and plug it anywhere in application. Each slice keeps itself in sync with the application store and updates the view or class with changes. If the slice is attached to a React component, it updates the state with the latest data from the application store which internally triggers the rerender process of UI component. All this happens with very simple API calls. When we create an application store with ClearX, it provides a simple and rich API to operate on data. With API we can change the data, slice and plug the data anywhere in an application. Each slice keeps itself in sync with the application store and updates the view or class with changes. If the slice is attached to a React, Preact or Inferno UI component, it updates the state with the latest data from the application store which internally triggers the rerender process of UI component. When state changes in UI component, ClearX will NOT update the global application store. Instead it provides two choices. Update application store directly or use setState method of a slice which works exactly as React's setState method. When we update data on slice directly, the library internally checks what data has changed and other slices get updated only if there is a data change.