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Fako is a library intended to fake Golang structs with fake but coherent data, Fako maps struct field tags and generates fake data accordingly. We find it useful when writing specs to generate fake database data, hope you too.
Package goq was built to allow users to declaratively unmarshal HTML into go structs using struct tags composed of css selectors.I've made a best effort to behave very similarly to JSON and XML decoding as well as exposing as much information as possible in the event of an error to help you debug your Unmarshaling issues.
This module offers a "struct" implementation on top of Node.js Buffers using the ref "type" interface.You can build up a Struct "type" incrementally (useful when interacting with a parser) using the defineProperty() function. But as soon as you create an instance of the struct type, then the struct type is finalized, and no more properties may be added to it.
This module helps you work with binary structures in Buffers. You first define the layout of your binary data and then use that definition to convert objects to/from their binary representation or you can wrap a buffer with an object where getters/setters for fields update and read the buffer in place. This module requires node 0.6 or better, as it uses the binary type read/write methods on Buffer introduced with node 0.6.
Delivers struct types to Java programming language. arr takes 14016 bytes The data consits of 500 points, 2 floats each, thus 4000 bytes should be enough. If Point was a struct, arr would take ~4000 bytes.
Shapeshifter is a command line tool for generating ECMAScript (ES) compatible files that export PropTypes, Flow aliases, and TypeScript interfaces, as well as relation schema classes from JS, JSON or GraphQL schematic files. Schematics can represent database tables, API endpoints, data structures, resources, internal shapes, and more.
I'm no longer actively maintaining this project. If you are interested supporting it - ping me on twitter. The only thing that I will ask you is to not change the API drastically. If you are planning on doing that - better start a brand new project. If you want me to transfer you only the name on npm, I'd be happy to only if the project does not have any downloads on npm lately. In case it's being downloaded, there are people that depend on it and might step up and start maintaining, so I will not transfer it to you, regardless if you want to release a new major version etc.