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mean - The MEAN stack uses Mongo, Express, Angular(4) and Node for simple and scalable fullstack js applications

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MEAN started out as a combination of MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and Node.js. With MEAN2 we are providing the ability to mix and match additional frontend frameworks, databases and technologies. We aim to create a robust, flexible and scalable full-stack javascript solution.The default MEAN stack you get out of the box can work with either Angular or React and is built with the following technologies...

svg-sprite - SVG sprites & stacks galore — A low-level Node

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It comes with a set of Mustache templates for creating stylesheets in good ol' CSS or one of the major pre-processor formats (Sass, Less and Stylus). Tweaking the templates or even adding your own custom output format is really easy, just as switching on the generation of an HTML example document along with your sprite. For an up-to-date list of browsers supporting SVG in general respectively SVG fragment identifiers in particular (required for <defs> and <symbol> sprites as well as SVG stacks) please refer to caniuse.com.

gulp-svg-sprite - SVG sprites & stacks galore — Gulp plugin wrapping around svg-sprite that reads in a bunch of SVG files, optimizes them and creates SVG sprites and CSS resources in various flavours

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This document covers only gulp specific installation and configuration aspects. For a full list of features and options, please see the svg-sprite manual. NOTICE: By default, svg-sprite doesn't send any files downstream unless you configure it. There are tons of options available — please see below for some basic examples. Also, you should possibly take care of errors that might occur.

trace-nodejs - Trace is a visualised distributed tracing platform designed for microservices.

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With version 3.x.x we have dropped support for Node v0.10. This means that future releases under this major version might contain code changes that are incompatible with Node.js v0.10 to an extent of crashing your application. Please consider updating to a newer runtime, especially that the maintenance of v0.10 has already ended. See our compatibility table below. Also, since 3.1.0 we switched to a different API backend for collecting traces which is incompatible with the old one. The old endpoint is still supported, but we would like it to be phased out eventually. Please update your agents to 3.1.0 or newer.




trycatch - An asynchronous domain-based exception handler with long stack traces for node.js

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A domain-based asynchronous try/catch with (optional) long stack traces for node.js optimized for V8. WARNING: trycatch replaces the built-in global Error object.

better-assert - c-style assert() for nodejs, reporting the expression string as the error message

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Better c-style assertions using callsite for self-documenting failure messages.By default assertions are enabled, however the NO_ASSERT environment variable will deactivate them when truthy.

callsite - node

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Access to v8's "raw" CallSites.

parent-module - Get the path of the parent module

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Node.js exposes module.parent, but it only gives you the first cached parent, which is not necessarily the actual parent.By default it will return the path of the immediate parent.


stackman - He is like Batman, but for Node.js stack traces

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Give Stackman an error and he will give an array of stack frames with extremely detailed information for each frame in the stack trace.With Stackman you get access to the actual source code and surrounding lines for where the error occurred, you get to know if it happened inside a 3rd party module, in Node.js or in your own code. For a full list of information, check out the API below.

ensure-error - Ensures a value is a valid error by making it one if not

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Pass it any value and you're are guaranteed to get back an Error with name, message, and stack properties.Can be useful when you don't control all the places an error can be thrown or rejected. A user could for example throw a string or an error without a stack property.

extract-stack - Extract the actual stack of an error

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It gracefully handles cases where the stack is undefined or empty and returns an empty string.Returns the actual stack part of the error stack.

clean-stack - Clean up error stack traces

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Removes the mostly unhelpful internal Node.js entries.Also works in Electron.

node-fritter - stack trace instrumentation through AST manipulation

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Transform the AST in order to generate stack traces with no stack trace API necessary.This module is like stackedy, except that it uses esprima by way of falafel.

tracer-bullet - command to switch on long stack traces

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Run node applications with long stack traces.Instead of doing require('long-stack-traces') in your application, just execute your script with tracer-bullet instead of node.

node-stackedy - Roll your own stack traces and control program execution through AST manipulation.

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Roll your own stack traces and control program execution through AST manipulation.Create a new stack object.

node-http-stack - A `StreamStack` implementation of the HTTP protocol, for NodeJS.

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This module exposes two concrete StreamStack implementations: HttpRequestStack and HttpResponseStack. Together they can be used to write and/or respond to HTTP requests.This is an alternative to the built-in core http module. It is designed to be more lenient, as well as being written with the StreamStack ideology.

clarify - Remove nodecore related stack trace noise

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