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micro - Asynchronous HTTP microservices

  •    Javascript

Important: Micro is only meant to be used in production. In development, you should use micro-dev, which provides you with a tool belt specifically tailored for developing microservices.

now-cli - The command line interface for Now

  •    Javascript

Now enables instant immutable deployments to any cloud provider with a simple API that's scalable, intuitive and optimized for collaboration.The output of the now command will be a unique url to the deployment. No need for git.

release - Generate changelogs with a single command

  •    Javascript

When run, this command line interface automatically generates a new GitHub Release and populates it with the changes (commits) made since the last release.You can find an example of how to prepare a release in your project here.

ran - :zap: RAN! React

  •    Javascript

:zap: RAN! React . GraphQL . Next.js Toolkit :zap: - SEO-Ready, Production-Ready, SSR, Hot-Reload, CSS-in-JS, Caching, CLI commands and more...




nextjs-starter - A starter project for Next.js with authentication

  •    Javascript

This is a starter project for React that uses Next.js. Next.js is a framework that makes it easy to create Universal web apps in React. With Next.js, React pages are automatically rendered on both client and server side, without the hassle of setting up dependancies like webpack or babel and with automatic routing.

awesome-hyper - 🖥 Delightful Hyper plugins, themes, and resources

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A curated list of sweet Hyper packages, themes, and resources. Please read the contribution guidelines before contributing.

atmo - :heavy_check_mark: Mock data for your prototypes and demos. Remote deployments to Zeit now.

  •    TypeScript

Atmo makes creating mock web services for demos, presentations and experiments ridiculously easy.You are looking at the new Atmo, which is an electron app. But the initial version was a CLI tool. Find atmo classic here.

micro-router - :station: A tiny and functional router for Zeit's Micro

  •    Javascript

A simple url pattern that you can define your path. In this path, you can set your parameters using a : notation. The req parameter from handler will return these parameters as an object. For more information about how you can define your path, see url-pattern that's the package that we're using to match paths.


micro-proxy - Simplest proxy server for microservices

  •    Javascript

With micro-proxy, you can create a proxy server for your microservices based on now.sh path alias rules.This is specially well suited for development to mirror the production configuration of multiple microservices and backends.

now-env - Use `now.json` environment variables while developing

  •    Javascript

With the help of this package, you can easily set environment variables for the use in development.If you're already using a now.json file or the now key in package.json, the env sub property will be assigned to process.env automatically.

title - A service for capitalizing your title properly

  •    Javascript

This package correctly capitalizes your titles as per The Chicago Manual of Style. Furthermore, all of ZEIT's product names are capitalized properly as well.After that, you can use the title command everywhere.

now-client - A JavaScript wrapper for the Now Instant API

  •    Javascript

The official JavaScript client for interacting with the now instant API (please note that this API only allows you to send strings, it doesn't support streaming - but binary files can be encoded as base64 strings).Initializes the API. Looks for token in ~/.now.json if none is provided.

now-cloud - Where you can report bugs of our platform

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This is where users can report bugs of the Now platform (a.k.a. "cloud").

example-zeit-now-dotenv - Using dotenv with https://zeit.co/now

  •    Javascript

You have an app with secrets like database passwords and API keys. You're being responsible by storing that config in the environment (process.env). Because now follows the same rules as npm publish for deploys, your .env file will not be included in the deploy. To fix this, create a .npmignore file that explicitly states to include your .env file.

now-travis

  •    Javascript

Warning: Using now-travis has the potential to create many deployments, enough to blow through the allotment on the Free plan. It is recommended to only use this on the Pro or Enterprise accounts. In order to use now-travis on a repository, you'll need some keys to authorize it to execute actions in Travis. The following set up will walk you through this process.

now-pipeline - Simple CI pipeline with goal to deploy new version at Zeit Now cloud if tests pass

  •    Javascript

This repo is first time OSS contributor friendly. See these issues to contribute in meaningful way. Should be enough to automatically update the server or service running in the cloud without breaking anything.

now-logs - realtime logging for now - https://logs.now.sh

  •    Javascript

Realtime logging allows you to see your server's output (stdout and stderr) as the program outputs them. However, there is no persistence. The logs are not stored anywhere and there is no history to look at.