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rapscallion - Asynchronous React VirtualDOM renderer for SSR.

This function returns a Renderer, an interface for rendering your VirtualDOM element. Methods are enumerated below.This function evaluates the React VirtualDOM Element originally provided to the renderer, and returns a Promise that resolves to the component's evaluated HTML string.


jquery social media plugin that aggregates and combines Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest and.. Combine social feeds from multiple social networks or RSS in elegant layouts via this social plugin.

FMJ - Freedom for Media in Java

FMJ is an alternative to Java Media Framework (JMF), while remaining API-compatible with JMF. It aims to produce a single API/Framework which can be used to capture, playback, process, and stream media across multiple platforms. The sub-projects, FFMPEG-Java and Theora-Java, are Java wrappers for FFMPEG and Vorbis respectively. Its sister project is LTI-CIVIL and it is used as the primary video capture device library.

gollum - An n:m message multiplexer written in Go

Gollum is an n:m multiplexer that gathers messages from different sources and broadcasts them to a set of destinations.Gollum originally started as a tool to MUL-tiplex LOG-files (read it backwards to get the name). It quickly evolved to a one-way router for all kinds of messages, not limited to just logs. Gollum is written in Go to make it scalable and easy to extend without the need to use a scripting language.

pino - Extremely fast node.js logger

Extremely fast node.js logger, inspired by Bunyan. It also includes a shell utility to pretty-print its log files.

AthenaX - SQL-based streaming analytics platform at scale

AthenaX is a streaming analytics platform that enables users to run production-quality, large scale streaming analytics using Structured Query Language (SQL). AthenaX was released and open sourced by Uber Technologies. It is capable of scaling across hundreds of machines and processing hundreds of billions of real-time events daily.Apache 2.0 License.

StreamSaver.js - StreamSaver writes stream to the filesystem directly asynchronous

StreamSaver.js is the solution to saving streams on the client-side. It is perfect for webapps that need to save really large amounts of data created on the client-side, where the RAM is really limited, like on mobile devices.There is not any magical saveAs() function that saves a stream, file or blob. The way we mostly save Blobs/Files today is with the help of a[download] attribute FileSaver.js takes advantage of this and create a convenient saveAs(blob, filename) function, very fantastic, but you can't create a objectUrl from a stream and attach it to a link...

.NET Extension

A most enormous library extension over Microsoft .NET platform, including 1000+ new methods and 300+ useful, official-looking, and well-structured classes.

MemoryTributary - A replacement for MemoryStream

MemoryTributary is a replacement for MemoryStream that uses multiple memory chunks as its backing store, as opposed to the single byte array used by MemoryStream. The result is it can handle much larger streams and the initial allocations are more efficient. It's developed in C#.


Aqueduct is a framework for analyzing large data sets by composing small functional building blocks into complex pipeline graphs that are processed as streams.

Tweetinvi a friendly Twitter C# API

Tweetinvi is a Twitter C# API and provide a library to access Twitter REST API 1.1 through oAuth.

Fast Binary Serialization

fastbinaryserializer is based on local class methods serializing properties unboxed to streams. Besides that it can serialize objects partial.

gnomon - Utility to annotate console logging statements with timestamps and find slow processes

A command line utility, a bit like moreutils's ts, to prepend timestamp information to the standard output of another command. Useful for long-running processes where you'd like a historical record of what's taking so long.Piping anything to gnomon will prepend a timestamp to each line, indicating how long that line was the last line in the buffer--that is, how long it took the next line to appear. By default, gnomon will display the seconds elapsed between each line, but that is configurable.