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MusicDNA - A Music Player for android that renders beautiful DNA(Visualization) of the currently playing music

  •    Java

A Music Player for android that makes use of the Visualzer Class for rendering a beautiful DNA (Visualization) of the currently playing music. The Music Player draws inspiration from paullewis's music-dna. The Player uses the FFT Data supplied by the Visualizer class of Android , calculates the Amplitude at that particular moment and plots the DNA.

rxviz - Rx Visualizer - Animated playground for Rx Observables

  •    Javascript

RxViz simply visualizes a given Observable. Your JavaScript code will be evaluated, and, if the last expression is an Observable, a nice animated visualization will appear. RxViz treats the evaluated Observable as a black box. We rely only on the fact that Observable emits values over time. RxViz doesn't rely on the internals of RxJS. This will allow us to visualize TC39 Observables in the future.

react-lifecycle-visualizer - Real-time visualizer for React lifecycle methods

  •    Javascript

An npm package (react-lifecycle-visualizer) for tracing & visualizing lifecycle methods of arbitrary React components. To trace a component, apply the higher-order component traceLifecycle to it, and all its lifecycle-method calls will show up in a replayable log component. Additionally, traced components may include a <this.props.LifecyclePanel/> element in their rendering to show a panel with lifecycle methods, which are highlighted when the corresponding log entry is selected.

visualixir - A process/message visualizer for BEAM nodes.

  •    CSS

Visualixir is a toy process visualizer for remote BEAM nodes, written in Phoenix/Elixir/d3, with live message sequence charts. It's largely intended as a teaching tool, to give newer BEAM programmers a look into the process ecosystem living inside their nodes. However, it may prove of some amusement/use to more experienced folks (it's kinda neat to trace iex and the io system).

SeeGit - SeeGit - The Git Repository Visualizer

  •    CSharp

This is a little experiment in creating a realtime git repository visualizer. I just want something that I can use during presentations on Git. So as I run commands, it'll show the git graph in a beautiful manner.

rubrowser - a ruby code dependency graph interactive visualizer

  •    Javascript

a visualizer for ruby code (rails or otherwise), it analyze your code and extract the modules definitions and used classes/modules and render all these information as a directed force graph using D3. the idea is that the project opens every .rb file and parse it with parser gem then list all modules and classes definitions, and all constants that are listed inside this module/class and link them together.

rxvision - visualizer debugger for reactive streams

  •    HTML

Maintenance status: low. I'm not currently using this or RxJS, but I'm happy to review & merge pull requests if you want to make improvements. Completion status: Prototype. I got something working that worked well for demos, but wasn't really sufficient for large app-sized use cases. It also hasn't been updated to the latest versions of RxJS.

spacy-streamlit - 👑 spaCy building blocks and visualizers for Streamlit apps

  •    Python

This package contains utilities for visualizing spaCy models and building interactive spaCy-powered apps with Streamlit. It includes various building blocks you can use in your own Streamlit app, like visualizers for syntactic dependencies, named entities, text classification, semantic similarity via word vectors, token attributes, and more. The package includes building blocks that call into Streamlit and set up all the required elements for you. You can either use the individual components directly and combine them with other elements in your app, or call the visualize function to embed the whole visualizer.

Expression Tree Visualizer for VS 2010


The entire project is a "visualizer" that displays the expression tree nodes and node attributes. only important attributes are selected to be appended to the visualization tree in order to keep it simple and useful.

Silverlight Bag of tricks

  •    Silverlight

Kevin's WPF Bag-o-Tricks ported to Silverlight

Entity Framework Query Visualizer


This is a visual studio debug visualizer for retrieving the SQL query generated by the Entity Framework at run time. In order to install this visualizer, you need to copy the downloaded DLL file ( EntityFrameworkLinqQueryVisualizer.dll ) to "C:\Users\<User Name>\Documents\V...

WCF Visualizers Tool


Visual Studio 2005 shipped with a very nice feature called debugger visualizers. In accordance with their names, debugger visualizers allow you to visually view useful information about objects during debug. WCF Visualizers Tool contain number of visualizers: 1. Message Visuali



Debug Visualizers for web development. Currently only shows ServerVariables, Form Data, Querystring, Application State and Session State

Formatter and colorer of raw JSON code

  •    Javascript

Quick Json Formatter is a tool for formatting and coloring raw JSON code. Very often if you use JSON generated by server side code it will be in a nice compact format but at the same time it will be quite hard to read it and possibly alter it. So the tool allows you to make yo...

Entity Visualizers


This project has debugger visualizers for several objects in the Entity Framework: EntityObject, EntityCollection, ObjectQuery and ObjectContext. Some of the source code is based on code from Julie Lerman's book "Programming Entity Framework".

Nearest Stars Visualizer

  •    Silverlight

Nearest Stars Visualizer - is a free 3D tool for visualizing the location and absolute brightness of the nearest stars in three dimensions

Redwerb Visualizers


The Redwerb Visualizers project includes Visual Studio visualizers to help debug images and large strings.

multidiff - Binary data diffing for multiple objects or streams of data

  •    Python

It's purpose is to make machine friendly data easier to understand by humans that are looking at it. Specifically multidiff helps in viewing the differences within a large set of objects by doing diffs between relevant objects and displaying them in a sensible manner. This kind of visualization is handy when looking for patterns and structure in proprietary protocols or weird file formats. The obvious use-cases are reverse engineering and binary data analysis. At the core of multidiff is the python difflib library and multidiff wraps it in data providing mechanisms and visualization code. The visualization is the most important part of the project and everything else is just utilities to make it easier to feed data for the visualizer. At this time the tool can do basic format parsing such as hex decoding, hexdumping, and handling data as utf8 strings, as well as read from files, stdin, and sockets. Any preprocessing such as cropping, indenting, decompression, etc. will have be done by the user before the objects are provided to multidiff.

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