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microbundle - πŸ“¦ Zero-configuration bundler for tiny modules.

  •    Javascript

The zero-configuration bundler for tiny modules, powered by Rollup. Microbundle includes two commands - build (the default) and watch. Neither require any options, but you can tailor things to suit your needs a bit if you like.

webpack-library-starter - Webpack based boilerplate for producing libraries (Input: ES6, Output: universal library)

  •    Javascript

Have in mind that you have to build your library before publishing. The files under the lib folder are the ones that should be distributed.

js-code-to-svg-flowchart - js2flowchart - a visualization library to convert any JavaScript code into beautiful SVG flowchart

  •    Javascript

Why? While I've been working on Under-the-hood-ReactJS I spent enormous amount of time on creating schemes. Each change in code or flowchart affects all entire scheme instantly, forcing you to move and align 'broken pieces'. Just repeated manual work... Imagine a library which takes any JS code and generate SVG flowchart from it, works on client and server. Allows you easily adjust styles scheme for your context or demonstrate your code logic from different abstractions levels. Highlighting, destructing whole blocks, custom modifiers for your needs etc.




uRequire - The Ultimate JavaScript Module Builder & Automagical Task Runner

  •    CoffeeScript

Docs / wiki / http://uRequire.org mainly are Work In Progress (in transition from v0.6.x) - but everything should work except you'll need npm install urequire-cli -g & npm install urequire locally (if you are using the CLI urequire instead of the the recommended grunt-urequire). Check uRequire's master config / docs for up to date usage. conversion from AMD or CommonJs (or a combination of both) to UMD or combined (<script>, AMD & nodejs compatible) javascript.

Countries - Countries, Languages & Continents data (capital and currency, native name, calling codes)

  •    Javascript

Continents & countries: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code, name, ISO 639-1 languages, capital and currency, native name, calling codes. Lists are available in JSON, CSV and SQL formats. Also, contains separate JSON files with additional country Emoji flags data. This version changes a lot in the data structures, and placement of the files. So, if your projects depend on the old structure — specify previous versions, <2.0.0.

cordova-plugin-qrscanner - A fast, energy efficient, highly-configurable QR code scanner for Cordova apps and the browser

  •    Javascript

A fast, energy efficient, highly-configurable QR code scanner for Cordova apps – available for the iOS, Android, Windows, and browser platforms.QRScanner's native camera preview is rendered behind the Cordova app's webview, and QRScanner provides show and hide methods to toggle the transparency of the webview's background. This allows for a completely HTML/CSS/JS interface to be built inside the webview to control the scanner.

doorman - Simple animation for revealing elements.

  •    Javascript

Simple animation for revealing elements.Use with multiple selectors.


domain-browser - Node's domain module for the web browser

  •    Javascript

Node's domain module for the web browser. This is merely an evented try...catch with the same API as node, nothing more.Discover the release history by heading on over to the HISTORY.md file.

facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk - Facebook Ads API using Node.js

  •    Javascript

This Ads API SDK is built to facilitate application development for Facebook Ads API. This SDK can be used for both server side as well as client side. It comes with ECMAScript 5 bundled minified distribution with source maps of AMD, CommonJS modules, IIFE, as UMD and as Browser Globals.Checkout gulpfile.js for all available tasks.

deumdify - Browserify plugin to expose a standalone bundle as a property of the global object.

  •    Javascript

This module is a Browserify plugin that will expose a standalone bundle as a property of the global object omitting AMD and CommonJS support. The reason for this plugin is that Browserify does not give the ability to generate a standalone bundle without a UMD wrapper.Register the plugin.

libumd - Wraps given JavaScript code with UMD (MIT)

  •    Javascript

libumd doesn't guarantee pretty formatting. It is better to use something like js-beautify to deal with that. The library comes with a couple of UMD variants at /templates. In addition you may use one of your own as long as it is formatted using Handlebars syntax and follows the same naming conventions as the ones provided with the project.

leaflet-ant-path - 🌿🐜 Creates a leaflet polyline with a 'ant-path' animated flux

  •    Javascript

Find any bug? Open a issue or make a PR! Also, see the guide on how to contribute. Leaflet AntPath uses CSS transitions to animate the SVG element. If the map options preferCanvas is active (true), the animation will not work, as there's no information about what was drawn inside the canvas tag.

facebook-nodejs-business-sdk - Facebook Ads API using Node.js

  •    Javascript

The Facebook Business SDK is a one-stop shop to help our partners better serve their businesses. Partners are using multiple Facebook API's to server the needs of their clients. Adopting all these API's and keeping them up to date across the various platforms can be time consuming and ultimately prohibitive. For this reason Facebook has developed the Business SDK bundling many of its APIs into one SDK to ease implementation and upkeep. The Business SDK is an upgraded version of the Marketing API SDK that includes the Marketing API as well as many Facebook APIs from different platforms such as Pages, Business Manager, Instagram, etc. This SDK can be used for both server side as well as client side. It comes with ECMAScript 5 bundled minified distribution with source maps of AMD, CommonJS modules, IIFE, as UMD and as Browser Globals.

grunt-urequire - Grunt wrapper for uRequire

  •    CoffeeScript

Note: You 'll need npm install urequire (version >- 0.7.0) already installed with your project - it comes only as a peerDependency of grunt-urequire. uRequire config objects become grunt tasks as they are.

fid-umd - UMD writer for JavaScript - make your modules usable everywhere!

  •    Javascript

Using a universal module definition (UMD) with your JavaScript lets you write a library or module that can be used in every environment. You might be thinking of writing something that is only usable in the browser, but because you used UMD now a node.js developer can use your code as well. UMD also eliminates the need for global variables that point to other libraries because they are passed into your code. Until now, a developer would have to write their own module loading code. They would copy and paste, then tweak the top few lines of their JavaScript by hand or else just gear their code to a single module system. Alternately they would be forced to use a build system like Browserify to build files before they could be consumed by browsers.

is-windows - Returns true if the platform is Windows.

  •    Javascript

Returns true if the platform is windows. UMD module, works with node.js, commonjs, browser, AMD, electron, etc. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❀️ and support.

slendr - A responsive & lightweight (1.9KB gzipped) slider for modern browsers.

  •    TypeScript

A responsive & lightweight slider for modern browsers. Built on the top of ES6 with minimum Javascript (1.9KB gzipped) and CSS3 Hardware Acceleration performance in mind.

babel-plugin-system-import-transformer - import() & System

  •    Javascript

Add "system-import-transformer" to your plugins argument or inside the plugins options of your Gruntfile. The babel's getModuleId option (if defined) is used for the AMD and Global Module import.

gulp-umd - Gulp plugin for build JavaScript files as Universal Module Definition, aka UMD

  •    Javascript

This repository provides a simple way to build your files with support for the design and implementation of the Universal Module Definition (UMD) API for JavaScript modules. These are modules which are capable of working everywhere, be it in the client, on the server or elsewhere. The UMD pattern typically attempts to offer compatibility with the most popular script loaders of the day (e.g RequireJS amongst others). In many cases it uses AMD as a base, with special-casing added to handle CommonJS compatibility.