Displaying 1 to 20 from 247 results

levelup - A node.js wrapper for abstract-leveldown compliant stores

  •    Javascript

If you are upgrading: please see CHANGELOG.md.Fast and simple storage. A Node.js wrapper for abstract-leveldown compliant stores, which follow the characteristics of LevelDB.

js-data - Give your data the treatment it deserves with a framework-agnostic, datastore-agnostic JavaScript ORM built for ease of use and peace of mind

  •    Javascript

JSData v3 is now stable!. Some adapters still need to be updated to work with v3. Message @jmdobry on the JSData Slack channel if you want to help with tests, documentation, tutorials, adapters, etc.JSData is a framework-agnostic, datastore-agnostic ORM for Node.js and the Browser.

trousseau - File based encrypted key-value store

  •    Go

Trousseau is an encrypted key-value store designed to be a simple, safe and trustworthy place for your data. It stores data in a single encrypted file. It supports both asymetric encryption using OpenPGP, and symmetric encryption using AES256. It can be easily synced across devices using Dropbox, OneDrive... It can be exported and imported to/from multiple remote storages using integrated S3, ssh, and gist support. If used with OpenPGP encryption, it is able to restrict access to the data store to a set of recipients.

tcomb - Type checking and DDD for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

tcomb is a library for Node.js and the browser which allows you to check the types of JavaScript values at runtime with a simple and concise syntax. It's great for Domain Driven Design and for adding safety to your internal code.

redux-ecosystem-links - A categorized list of Redux-related addons, libraries, and utilities


A categorized list of addon libraries for Redux, as well as other libraries that are closely related. This page overlaps with the Ecosystem page in the Redux documentation, and the Awesome-Redux list, but is much more comprehensive and includes more categories.

undux - ⚡️ Dead simple state management for React

  •    TypeScript

Be sure to define a key for each value in your model, even if the value is initially undefined. That's all there is to it.

freezer - A tree data structure that emits events on updates, even if the modification is triggered by one of the leaves, making it easier to think in a reactive way

  •    Javascript

A tree data structure that emits events on updates, even if the modification is emited by one of the leaves, making it easier to think in a reactive way. Are you looking for an immutable.js alternative? Freezer is made with React.js in mind and it uses real immutable structures. It is the perfect store for you application.

store - A better way to use localStorage and sessionStorage

  •    Javascript

A feature-filled and friendly way to take advantage of localStorage and sessionStorage (JSON, namespacing, extensions, etc). Passing in false for the optional overwrite parameters will cause set actions to be skipped if the storage already has a value for that key. All set action methods return the previous value for that key, by default. If overwrite is false and there is a previous value, the unused new value will be returned.

electron-store - Simple data persistence for your Electron app or module - Save and load user preferences, app state, cache, etc

  •    Javascript

Electron doesn't have a built-in way to persist user preferences and other data. This module handles that for you, so you can focus on building your app. The data is saved in a JSON file in app.getPath('userData').You can use this module directly in both the main and renderer process.

rdfstore-js - JS RDF store with SPARQL support

  •    Javascript

Many features present in versions 0.8.X have been removed in the 0.9.X. Some of them, will be added in the next versions, other like the MongoDB backend will be discarded. Please read this README file carefully to find the current set of features. rdfstore-js is a pure Javascript implementation of a RDF graph store with support for the SPARQL query and data manipulation language.

Spree - eCommerce solution in Ruby on Rails

  •    Ruby

Spree is a complete open source e-commerce solution built with Ruby on Rails. The Spree storefront offers a full feature set and is built on common standards, so you don't have to compromise speed to market, efficiency or innovation. The modular platform allows you to easily configure, supplement or replace any functionality you need, so that you can build the exact storefront that you want.

jQuery-Store-Locator-Plugin - A store locator plugin using Google Maps API version 3

  •    Javascript

This jQuery plugin takes advantage of Google Maps API version 3 to create an easy to implement store locator. No back-end programming is required, you just need to feed it KML, XML, or JSON data with all the location information. How you create the data file is up to you. I originally created this for a company that didn’t have many locations, so I just used a static XML file. You will need to geocode your locations beforehand or use a geocoding API service if you want to try to do it on the fly. The reason for this is that all free geocoding APIs have strict limits that would easily be exceeded. In the end, you're much better off storing the coordinates versus having to look them up for each location on each request. A note on the distance calculation: this plugin currently uses a distance function that I found on the blog of Chris Pietschmann. Google Maps API version 3 does include a distance calculation service (Google Distance Matrix API) but I decided not to use it because of the current request limits, which seem somewhat low. For v2 I also tried experimenting with the Directions API to request distances but also found the limits to be too restrictive. So, the distance calculation is “as the crow flies” instead of a road distance calculation. However, if you use the inline directions option that does provide the distance that's returned via the directions request.

react-contextual - 🚀 react-contextual is a small (less than 1KB) helper around React 16s new context api

  •    Javascript

Click this link for a detailed explanation. Pass a store (which stores some state and actions to update the state) to Provider. Then receive the props in the store either by using a HOC or render-props.

akita - 🚀 State Management Tailored-Made for JS Applications

  •    TypeScript

Whether it be Angular, React, Vue, Web Components or plain old vanilla JS, Akita can do the heavy lifting and serve as a useful tool for maintaining clean, boilerplate-free, and scalable applications. Akita is a state management pattern, built on top of RxJS, which takes the idea of multiple data stores from Flux and the immutable updates from Redux, along with the concept of streaming data, to create the Observable Data Stores model.

level - Fast & simple storage - a Node.js-style LevelDB wrapper

  •    Javascript

Fast & simple storage. A Node.js-style LevelDB wrapper.Use this package to avoid having to explicitly install leveldown when you just want plain old LevelDB from levelup.