Packages by aral <> [SYNC profile]

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@aral Fri May 03 2019 06:13:00 GMT+0800 (China Standard Time) false

  • express3-plates (latest: 0.1.5) Plates template engine adapter for Express 3. This is a fork of express-plates with a few bug fixes and an revised example page.
  • tally (latest: 0.0.1-53) Tally is a simple, unobtrusive JavaScript template engine for Express/Node and browser.
  • syncthing-node (latest: 0.9.19) Syncthing REST API consumer in Node.js.
  • indie-pulse-api (latest: 0.10.0) Pulse REST API consumer in Node.js.
  • fs-extra-as-promised (latest: 2.0.0) Promisifies fs-extra with thrush. Works around the issue here:
  • indie-set (latest: 2.1.0) Set is an unobtrusive and DRY template engine for Node.js and browsers.
  • indie-set-core (latest: 1.0.0) Set template rendering engine by
  • @hypha/is-running-in-vm (latest: 1.0.0) Detects if the process is running in a VM and resolves to either true or false accordingly.
  • (latest: 1.0.0) Fork of rsa-compat.js that removes the telemetry. It had telemetry? Yeah, it had telemetry, FSS.
  • (latest: 10.2.0) A secure and seamless Small Tech personal web server.
  • (latest: 1.2.1) Recursively traverses a given directory structure and uses convention to create a list of web route objects that map url paths to JavaScript callback files.
  • @small-tech/cross-platform-hostname (latest: 1.0.0) Cross platform version of os.hostname() that returns the full computer name (including the primary DNS prefix) on Windows so you can write code that relies on the hostname (e.g., automatic TLS certificate provisioning) that will also work on Windows.
  • (latest: 2.2.0) Fork of acme-v2.js for use in the ACME TLS fork of Greenlock.js that removes the telemetry and the artificial and privacy-eroding email address requirement for Let’s Encrypt certificates.
  • (latest: 1.2.0) For of acme.js that loads our own fork of acme-v2.js
  • (latest: 2.2.1) Provision Let’s Encrypt TLS certificates. Forked from Greenlock to remove email address requirement, telemetry, etc.
  • @small-tech/sendevent (latest: 1.0.1) Fork of sendevent: Middleware for server-sent-events with iframe fallback
  • @small-tech/site.js (latest: 12.10.4) Develop, test, and deploy your secure static or dynamic personal web site with zero configuration.
  • @small-tech/express-ws (latest: 1.0.1) Fork of express-ws. WebSocket endpoints for Express applications (uses require instead of import, binds routes to the web socket instance, and has high-level support for broadcast client filtering/“room” support).
  • @small-tech/instant (latest: 1.1.0) Fork of instant. Drop-in replacement for connect.static with live-reload support.
  • (latest: 3.2.0) Automatically provision and use locally-trusted TLS certificates in Node.js using mkcert.
  • @small-tech/rsa-csr (latest: 1.0.0) Fork rsa-csr (removes telemetry… yes, it had telemetry *smh*). A focused, zero-dependency library to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and sign it.
  • @small-tech/node-pebble (latest: 4.2.3) A Node.js wrapper for Let’s Encrypt’s Pebble (“a small RFC 8555 ACME test server not suited for a production certificate authority”).
  • @small-tech/web-routes-from-files (latest: 2.0.0) Recursively traverses a given directory structure and uses convention to create a list of web route objects that map url paths to JavaScript callback files.
  • @small-tech/node-hugo (latest: 1.4.1) A basic cross-platform interface to the Hugo binary from Node.js.
  • @small-tech/auto-encrypt (latest: 2.0.1) Adds automatic provisioning and renewal of Let’s Encrypt TLS certificates with OCSP Stapling to Node.js https servers (including Express.js, etc.)
  • @small-tech/auto-encrypt-localhost (latest: 5.2.2) Automatically provisions and installs locally-trusted TLS certificates for Node.js https servers (including Express.js, etc.) using mkcert.
  • @small-tech/https (latest: 1.4.0) A drop-in standard Node.js HTTPS module replacement with both automatic development-time (localhost) certificates via Auto Encrypt Localhost and automatic production certificates via Auto Encrypt.

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