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greenlet - 🦎 Move an async function into its own thread.

  •    Javascript

Move an async function into its own thread. A simplified single-function version of workerize.

workerize-loader - 🏗️ Automatically move a module into a Web Worker (Webpack loader)

  •    Javascript

A webpack loader that moves a module and its dependencies into a Web Worker, automatically reflecting exported functions as asynchronous proxies.

node-fibers - Fiber/coroutine support for v8 and node.

  •    C++

Fibers, sometimes called coroutines, are a powerful tool which expose an API to jump between multiple call stacks from within a single thread. This can be useful to make code written for a synchronous library play nicely in an asynchronous environment. Note: node-fibers uses node-gyp for building. To manually invoke the build process, you can use node-gyp rebuild. This will put the compiled extension in build/Release/fibers.node. However, when you do require('fibers'), it will expect the module to be in, for example, bin/linux-x64-v8-3.11/fibers.node. You can manually put the module here every time you build, or you can use the included build script. Either npm install or node build -f will do this for you. If you are going to be hacking on node-fibers, it may be worthwhile to first do node-gyp configure and then for subsequent rebuilds you can just do node-gyp build which will be faster than a full npm install or node-gyp rebuild.

RxJava-Android-Samples - Learning RxJava for Android by example

  •    Java

This is a repository with real-world useful examples of using RxJava with Android. It usually will be in a constant state of "Work in Progress" (WIP). I've also been giving talks about Learning Rx using many of the examples listed in this repo.

react-native-node - Run a separate Node.js process behind a React Native app

  •    Java

Run a real Node.js process in the background, behind a React Native app. DEPRECATED. Please use Node.js Mobile by Janea Systems instead. It has the same purpose as this library, but is more updated, and supports iOS. This library still works as documented, but I'm not committed to maintaining it anymore.

workly - A really simple way to move a function or class to a web worker. 🏋️‍♀️→ 😄

  •    Javascript

Moving a function to a worker is really simple. The above examples only work when the class/function is not dependent on the containing scope, i.e. other libraries or global objects. But, you can create a custom worker.js file and move the code in there. In the worker, you can expose your object/function/class using workly.expose method.

microjob - A tiny wrapper for turning Node

  •    TypeScript

A tiny wrapper for turning Node.js threads in easy-to-use routines for CPU-bound. Microjob is a tiny wrapper for Node.js threads and is intended to perform heavy CPU loads using anonymous functions. So, Microjob treats Node.js threads as temporary working units: if you need to spawn a long-living thread, then you should use the default API.

worker-plugin - 🐳 Adds native Web Worker bundling support to Webpack.

  •    Javascript

Automatically bundle & compile Web Workers within Webpack. The best part? That worker constructor works just fine without bundling turned on too.

SwiftEventBus - A publish/subscribe EventBus optimized for iOS

  •    Swift

Subscribers implement event handling methods that will be called when an event is received. Post an event from any part of your code. All subscribers matching the event type will receive it.

rpmalloc - Public domain cross platform lock free thread caching 32-byte aligned memory allocator implemented in C

  •    C

The code should be easily portable to any platform with atomic operations and an mmap-style virtual memory management API. The API used to map/unmap memory pages can be configured in runtime to a custom implementation and mapping granularity/size. This library is put in the public domain; you can redistribute it and/or modify it without any restrictions. Or, if you choose, you can use it under the MIT license.

pthreads - Threading for PHP

  •    PHP

This project provides multi-threading that is compatible with PHP based on Posix Threads. It can execute any and all predefined and user declared methods and functions asynchronously. It has built-in support of Synchronization, Synchronized Methods.

jailed - execute untrusted code with custom permissions

  •    Javascript

Jailed is a small JavaScript library for running untrusted code in a sandbox. The library is written in vanilla-js and has no dependencies. Export a set of external functions into the sandbox.

WatchdogInspector - Shows your current framerate (fps) in the status bar of your iOS app

  •    Shell

WatchdogInspector counts your app's framerate and displays the fps in the status bar. The coloured status bar lets you know when your framerate drops below 60 fps. If everything is fine your status bar gets happy and will stay green. To detect unwanted main thread stalls you can set a custom watchdog timeout. and run pod install You can see the example project how to setup and run WatchdogInspector Make sure that you don't use WatchdogInspector in production.

Dclib - Portable C++ library

  •    C++

dlib is a library for developing portable applications dealing with networking, threads, graphical interfaces, data structures, linear algebra, machine learning, XML and text parsing, numerical optimization, Bayesian nets, data compression routines, linked lists, binary search trees, linear algebra and matrix utilities, machine learning algorithms, and many other general utilities.

threadpool - A simple C Thread pool implementation

  •    C

A simple C Thread pool implementation

ThreadManager in C# with ThreadPool

  •    CSharp

ThreadManager contains C# class to manage thread effectively with the ThreadPool implementation.it can be used in any .NET application . It is released as just C# class as Version 1.0. I will upload Demo application soon. Its really easy to use and tested. Use it or loose it.

Threading.Net : Multi threads, threadpool, backgroundworker windows form sample


Threading.Net, is a small windows form application that highlights the benefits of multithreaded programming by comparing in parallel, using progessbars, the same process running in single thread and in multi thread mode.