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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.

node-archiver - a streaming interface for archive generation

  •    Javascript

Visit the API documentation for a list of all methods available.Archiver ships with out of the box support for TAR and ZIP archives.

node-s3-client - high level amazon s3 client for node.js

  •    Javascript

See also the companion CLI tool which is meant to be a drop-in replacement for s3cmd: s3-cli.This contains a reference to the aws-sdk module. It is a valid use case to use both this module and the lower level aws-sdk module in tandem.

JSONStream - rawStream.pipe(JSONStream.parse()).pipe(streamOfObjects)

  •    Javascript

The .. operator is the recursive descent operator from JSONPath, which will match a child at any depth (see examples below).If your keys have keys that include . or * etc, use an array instead. ['row', true, /^doc/].


through2 - Tiny wrapper around Node streams2 Transform to avoid explicit subclassing noise

  •    Javascript

Inspired by Dominic Tarr's through in that it's so much easier to make a stream out of a function than it is to set up the prototype chain properly: through(function (chunk) { ... }).Note: As 2.x.x this module starts using Streams3 instead of Stream2. To continue using a Streams2 version use npm install through2@0 to fetch the latest version of 0.x.x. More information about Streams2 vs Streams3 and recommendations see the article Why I don't use Node's core 'stream' module.

simple-peer - 📡 Simple WebRTC video/voice and data channels

  •    Javascript

This module works in the browser with browserify.Note: If you're NOT using browserify, then use the included standalone file simplepeer.min.js. This exports a SimplePeer constructor on window.

stream-handbook - how to write node programs with streams

  •    Javascript

Now you will have a stream-handbook command that will open this readme file in your $PAGER. Otherwise, you may continue reading this document as you are presently doing.Streams come to us from the earliest days of unix and have proven themselves over the decades as a dependable way to compose large systems out of small components that do one thing well. In unix, streams are implemented by the shell with | pipes. In node, the built-in stream module is used by the core libraries and can also be used by user-space modules. Similar to unix, the node stream module's primary composition operator is called .pipe() and you get a backpressure mechanism for free to throttle writes for slow consumers.

rapscallion - Asynchronous React VirtualDOM renderer for SSR.

  •    Javascript

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.

RxGo - Reactive Extensions for the Go language.

  •    Go

All contributions are welcome, both in development and documentation! Be sure you check out contributions and roadmap.ReactiveX, or Rx for short, is an API for programming with observable streams. This is a ReactiveX API for the Go language.

webpack-stream - :tropical_drink: Run webpack through a stream interface

  •    Javascript

Run webpack as a stream to conveniently integrate with gulp. The above will compile src/entry.js into assets with webpack into dist/ with the output filename of [hash].js (webpack generated hash of the build).

java8-tutorial - Modern Java - A Guide to Java 8

  •    Java

This article was originally posted on my blog. Java 8 enables us to add non-abstract method implementations to interfaces by utilizing the default keyword. This feature is also known as virtual extension methods.

streamjs - Lazy Object Streaming Pipeline for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Stream.js is a lightweight (2.6 KB minified, gzipped), intensely tested (700+ assertions, 97% coverage) functional programming library for operating upon collections of in-memory data. It requires EcmaScript 5+, has built-in support for ES6 features and works in all current browsers, Node.js and Java 8 Nashorn. Before explaining how Stream.js works in detail, here's a few real world code samples.

oboe

  •    Javascript

Oboe.js is an open source Javascript library for loading JSON using streaming, combining the convenience of DOM with the speed and fluidity of SAX. It can parse any JSON as a stream, is small enough to be a micro-library, doesn't have dependencies, and doesn't care which other libraries you need it to speak to.

xstream - An extremely intuitive, small, and fast functional reactive stream library for JavaScript

  •    TypeScript

To keep the core of xstream small and simple, less frequently-used methods are available under the xstream/extra directory, and must be imported separately. See EXTRA_DOCS for documentation. XStream has four fundamental types: Stream, Listener, Producer, and MemoryStream.

gulp - The streaming build system

  •    Javascript

This file will give you a taste of what gulp does. Node already supports a lot of ES2015, to avoid compatibility problem we suggest to install Babel and rename your gulpfile.js as gulpfile.babel.js.





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