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v86 - x86 virtualization in JavaScript, running in your browser and NodeJS

  •    Javascript

See API. wget -P images/ https://copy.sh/v86/images/{linux.iso,linux3.iso,kolibri.img,windows101.img,os8.dsk,freedos722.img,openbsd.img}.

ovirt-web-ui

  •    Javascript

VM Portal allows non-admin oVirt users to access, start, stop, and create new virtual machines. It is not intended to be a full-featured oVirt administration UI. Rather, its focus is on standard users with limited administration skills and privileges. For more screenshots, see the doc/screenshots directory.




vhttp - Promise based Node.js HTTP/HTTPS client with optional virtualization.

  •    Javascript

Promise based HTTP/HTTPS client with optional virtualization. Depends on request-promise. This is helpful for services / apis that call other services / apis, but want to allow for virtualizing (stubbing) those calls in tests, CI/CD pipeline, or volume / performance testing. For more details on bluebird's Promise.all, check this out.

Virtlyst - Web interface to manage virtual machines with libvirt

  •    Javascript

Don't let your virtualization management use more resources than you main virtualized needs.

ui-virtualization - A plugin that provides a virtualized repeater and other virtualization services.

  •    Javascript

This library is part of the Aurelia platform and contains a plugin that provides a virtualized repeater and other virtualization services. This plugin enables "virtualization" of list through a new virtual-repeat.for. When used, the list "virtually" as tens or hundreds of thousands of rows, but the DOM only actually has rows for what is visible. It could be only tens of items. This allows rendering of massive lists of data with amazing performance. It works like repeat.for, it just creates a scrolling area and manages the list using UI virtualization techniques. To keep up to date on Aurelia, please visit and subscribe to the official blog and our email list. We also invite you to follow us on twitter. If you have questions look around our Discourse forums, chat in our community on Gitter or use stack overflow. Documentation can be found in our developer hub. If you would like to have deeper insight into our development process, please install the ZenHub Chrome or Firefox Extension and visit any of our repository's boards.


virtual-each - Ember infinite list component, inspired by react-infinite-list

  •    Javascript

A direct port of react-infinite-list to Ember. This was created as a benchmark exercise. This component will only ever render DOM nodes for what can fill the view port. Using the power of Glimmer, it will reuse the DOM nodes it's already created and swap out the content as the user scrolls.