Packages by benjamind <ben@delarre.net> (Ben Delarre) [SYNC profile]

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@Ben Delarre Wed May 07 2014 09:37:34 GMT+0800 (China Standard Time) false

  • cli-trader (latest: 0.0.2) A simple commandline trading tool for BTCe
  • node-hooked-changelog (latest: 0.0.6) Installs a post-commit hook that triggers a changelog update whenever a commit containing a new version number is created, this works best with `npm version`.
  • node-link-checker (latest: 0.0.12) A commandline utility and nodejs library for checking the state of a link to a file.
  • google-sheets (latest: 0.0.7) Read and modify Google Spreadsheets
  • docpad-plugin-paged (latest: 2.6.0) DocPad plugin which adds the ability to render a document out to multiple pages
  • @spectrum-web-components/overlay-trigger (latest: 0.1.7) An **overlay-trigger** is used to overlay content that is positioned relative to another control. Two kinds of triggers are supported, `hover` and `click`. Each may have it's own content.
  • @spectrum-web-components/overlay-root (latest: 0.1.7) An **overlay-root** defines the DOM element which defines the bounds in which overlay elements (e.g. `sp-popover`) are rendered. An overlay root is intended to be used with an [`overlay-trigger`](/components/overlay-trigger). Please see the documentation
  • @spectrum-web-components/themes (latest: 0.2.3) An **sp-theme** sets the rendering theme for all child components. The Spectrum design system supports four color themes and two different scales. `spectrum-web-components` currently supports two of the four color themes (dark and light) one one of the sc
  • @spectrum-web-components/menu-group (latest: 0.1.11) An `<sp-menu />` is used for creating a menu list. The various elements inside a menu are given as `<sp-menu-group/>`, `<sp-menu-item />`, or `<sp-menu-divider />`.
  • @spectrum-web-components/circleloader (latest: 0.1.6) An `<sp-circleloader>` shows the progression of a system operation such as downloading, uploading, processing, etc. in a visual way. It can represent determinate or indeterminate progress.
  • @spectrum-web-components/radio-group (latest: 0.1.18) **sp-radio** and **sp-radio-group** allow users to select a single option from a list of mutually exclusive options. All possible options are exposed up front for users to compare.
  • @spectrum-web-components/tab-list (latest: 0.3.11) The `<sp-tab-list>` component contains set of tab-item elements. This is typically used as the interface for controlling a set of layered sections of content that display one panel of content at a time
  • @spectrum-web-components/tab (latest: 0.3.10) The `<sp-tab>` component is intended to be the child of an `<sp-tab-list>` element and accepts both a `label` attribute and a `[slot="icon"]` child to define its contents. Those contents can be further customized with the `vertical` attribute which stacks
  • @spectrum-web-components/menu-item (latest: 0.5.4) An `<sp-menu />` is used for creating a menu list. The various elements inside a menu are given as `<sp-menu-group/>`, `<sp-menu-item />`, or `<sp-menu-divider />`.
  • docpad-plugin-sitemap (latest: 2.8.0) DocPad plugin which automatically creates a sitemap.xml file from HTML file output.
  • omt-server-plugin (latest: 0.0.8) A plugin for [es-dev-server](https://github.com/open-wc/open-wc/tree/master/packages/es-dev-server) to bundle webworkers when using `new Worker('my-worker.js', { type="module" });` on browsers which do not currently support it.
  • @spectrum-web-components/styles (latest: 0.8.0) Spectrum Web Components are a [`LitElement`](https://lit-element.polymer-project.org) powered web component library of patterns built ontop of the [Spectrum CSS](https://opensource.adobe.com/spectrum-css) specification. Styles for these components are mad
  • @spectrum-web-components/base (latest: 0.3.0) The `SpectrumElement` base class as created by mixing `SpectrumMixin` onto `LitElement` adopts `dir` values from the `document` at connection time with a fallback to `lrt`. In a TypeScript context, it also enforces the presence of `this.shadowRoot` on ext
  • @spectrum-web-components/theme (latest: 0.7.1) `sp-theme` sets the rendering theme for all child components, and also sets a number of default sizes & colors for any child content. The Spectrum design system provides four color themes (`lightest`, `light`, `dark`, and `darkest`) and two different scal
  • @spectrum-web-components/banner (latest: 0.5.1) An `<sp-banner>` is an additional label an existing component may have. Banners cannot be interacted with. Banners in Spectrum have three variations for different uses as well as the ability to place it overlaid in the top-right corner of a container.
  • @spectrum-web-components/button-group (latest: 0.5.0) `sp-button-group` delivers a set of buttons in horizontal or vertical orientation while ensuring the appropriate spacing between those buttons.
  • @spectrum-web-components/asset (latest: 0.3.0) Use an `<sp-asset>` element to visually represent a file, folder or image in your application. File and folder representations will center themselves horizontally and vertically in the space provided to the element. Images will be contained to the element
  • @spectrum-web-components/circle-loader (latest: 0.5.0) An `<sp-circle-loader>` shows the progression of a system operation such as downloading, uploading, processing, etc. in a visual way. It can represent determinate or indeterminate progress.
  • @spectrum-web-components/dropzone (latest: 0.6.0) A `<sp-dropzone>` is an area on the screen into which an object can be dragged and dropped to accomplish a task. For example, a DropZone might be used in an upload workflow to enable the user to drop a file from their operating system into the DropZone, w
  • @spectrum-web-components/field-group (latest: 0.2.0) An `<sp-field-group>` element is used to layout a group of fields, usually `<sp-checkbox>` elements. It can be leveraged for `vertical` or `horizontal` organization of the fields that are supplied as its children.
  • @spectrum-web-components/iconset (latest: 0.4.0) Extend either the `Iconset` or `IconsetSVG` exports of this package to supply your application with a custom icon set to power the use of `<sp-icon>` elements throughout. Give your new icon set a custom name, and you'll be ready to supply them as `<sp-ico
  • @spectrum-web-components/quick-actions (latest: 0.3.0) `<sp-quick-actions>` allow users to perform contextual actions when hovering or focusing on a specific component. They're shortcuts meant to make workflows more efficient. Spectrum guidelines suggest a `<sp-quick-action>` element feature only text buttons
  • @spectrum-web-components/rule (latest: 0.5.0) `sp-rule` bring clarity to a layout by grouping and dividing content in close proximity. They can also be used to establish rhythm and hierarchy.
  • @spectrum-web-components/underlay (latest: 0.5.0) An `<sp-underlay>` is used primarily in concert with elements similar to `<sp-dialog>` that lay over the rest of your page to deliver a blocking layer between those two contexts. See this element in action as part of the [`<sp-dialog-wrapper>` element](co
  • @spectrum-web-components/icon (latest: 0.8.0) `<sp-icon>` renders an icon to the page. By default the `name` attribute will pair with separately registered icon sets to deliver the icons. When not present, `<sp-icon>` will subsequently check for its `src` attribute which could populate the icon via a
  • @spectrum-web-components/icons (latest: 0.6.0) The `<sp-icons-medium>` and `<sp-icons-large>` elements that are included in this package supply your application with the Spectrum CSS Icons at both the medium and large sizes for use via the `<sp-icon>` element also provided by the Spectrum Web Componen
  • @spectrum-web-components/overlay (latest: 0.8.0) To ensure that content the requires it (modals, menus, etc) can escape overflow rules, the z-index, et al, Spectrum Web Components provides an overlay system that is made up of three interrelated elements, `<overlay-trigger>`, `<active-overlay>`, and `<sp
  • @spectrum-web-components/sidenav (latest: 0.8.0) Side navigation allows users to locate information and features within the UI. It can be used for either hierarchical or flat navigation, and gives the ability to group navigable items categorically. Side navigation is an opportunity to prioritize content
  • @spectrum-web-components/tabs (latest: 0.4.0) The `<sp-tabs>` displays a list of `<sp-tab>` element children which accept both a `label` attribute and a `[slot="icon"]` child to define their contents. `<sp-tab>` content can be further customized with the `vertical` attribute which stacks them in the
  • @spectrum-web-components/link (latest: 0.7.0) An `<sp-link>` allow users to navigate to a different location. They can be presented in-line inside a paragraph or as a standalone text.
  • @spectrum-web-components/slider (latest: 0.8.0) `<sp-slider>` allows users to quickly select a value within a range. They should be used when the upper and lower bounds to the range are invariable.
  • @spectrum-web-components/radio (latest: 0.6.0) `<sp-radio>` and `<sp-radio-group>` allow users to select a single option from a list of mutually exclusive options. All possible options are exposed up front for users to compare.
  • @spectrum-web-components/top-nav (latest: 0.1.1) `<sp-top-nav>` delivers site navigation, particularly for when that navigation will change the majority of the page's content and/or the page's URL when selected. All primary elements of an `<sp-top-nav>` should be directly accessible in the tab order.
  • @spectrum-web-components/icons-workflow (latest: 0.5.0) [Spectrum Workflow Icons](https://spectrum.adobe.com/page/icons/) delivered in a flexible template tag so that they can be leveraged across various frameworks. The default export of this package pre-applies the `html` template tag from `lit-html` for ease
  • @spectrum-web-components/popover (latest: 0.7.0) An `<sp-popover>` is used to display transient content (menus, options, additional actions etc.) and appears when clicking/tapping on a source (tools, buttons, etc.) It stands out via its visual style (stroke and drop shadow) and floats on top of the rest
  • @spectrum-web-components/icons-ui (latest: 0.5.0) [Spectrum UI Icons](https://spectrum.adobe.com/page/icons/) delivered in a flexible template tag so that they can be leveraged across various frameworks. The default export of this package pre-applies the `html` template tag from `lit-html` for ease of us
  • @spectrum-web-components/tooltip (latest: 0.7.0) `sp-tooltip` allow users to get contextual help or information about specific components when hovering or focusing on them.
  • @spectrum-web-components/field-label (latest: 0.2.0) An `<sp-field-label>` provides accessible labelling for form elements. Use the `for` attribute to outline the `id` of an element in the same DOM tree to which it should associate itself.
  • @spectrum-web-components/button (latest: 0.11.0) An `<sp-button>` represents an action a user can take. sp-buttons can be clicked or tapped to perform an action or to navigate to another page. sp-buttons in Spectrum have several variations for different uses and multiple levels of loudness for various a
  • @spectrum-web-components/card (latest: 0.7.0) An `<sp-card>` represents a rectangular card that contains a variety of text and image layouts. Cards are typically used to encapsulate units of a data set, such as a gallery of image/caption pairs.
  • @spectrum-web-components/checkbox (latest: 0.7.0) `<sp-checkbox>` allow users to select multiple items from a list of independent options, or to mark an individual option as selected.
  • @spectrum-web-components/textfield (latest: 0.7.0) `sp-textfield` components are text boxes that allow users to input custom text entries with a keyboard. Various decorations can be displayed around the field to communicate the entry requirements.
  • @spectrum-web-components/actionbar (latest: 0.6.0) A `<sp-actionbar>` delivers a floating action bar that is a convenient way to deliver stateful actions in cases like selection mode. `<sp-actionbar>` can be deployed in two variants beyond the default: `[varient="fixed"]`, to position the element in relat
  • @spectrum-web-components/accordion (latest: 0.3.0) The `<sp-accordion>` element is a list of items that can be expanded or collapsed to reveal additional content or information associated with each item. There can be zero expanded items, exactly one expanded item, or more than one item expanded at a time,
  • @spectrum-web-components/bar-loader (latest: 0.4.0) An `<sp-bar-loader>` shows the progression of a system operation such as downloading, uploading, processing, etc. in a visual way. It can represent determinate or indeterminate progress.
  • @spectrum-web-components/action-group (latest: 0.3.0) `sp-action-group` delivers a set of action buttons in horizontal or vertical orientation while ensuring the appropriate spacing between those buttons. The `compact` attribute merges these buttons so that they are visually joined to clarify their relations
  • @spectrum-web-components/menu (latest: 0.6.0) An `<sp-menu>` is used for creating a menu list. The various elements inside a menu are given as `<sp-menu-group>`, `<sp-menu-item>`, or `<sp-menu-divider>`. Often a `<sp-menu>` element will appear in a `<sp-popover>` element so that it displays as a togg
  • @spectrum-web-components/meter (latest: 0.2.0) An `<sp-meter>` is a visual representation of a quantity or achievement. The meter's progress is determined by user actions, rather than system actions.
  • @spectrum-web-components/tags (latest: 0.5.0) `sp-tags` and `sp-tag` elements allow users to categorize content. They can represent keywords or people, and are grouped to describe an item or a search request.
  • @spectrum-web-components/toast (latest: 0.7.0) `sp-toast` elements display brief, temporary notifications. They are noticeable but do not disrupt the user experience and do not require an action to be taken.
  • @spectrum-web-components/search (latest: 0.7.0) The `<sp-search>` element delivers a single input field with a "reset" button as well as a mangifying glass icon with which to power search interactions.
  • @spectrum-web-components/dialog (latest: 0.5.0) `sp-dialog` displays important information that users need to acknowledge. They appear over the interface and block further interactions. When used directly the `sp-dialog` element surfaces a `slot` based API for deep customization of the content to be in
  • @spectrum-web-components/dropdown (latest: 0.10.0) An `<sp-dropdown>` is an alternative to HTML's `<select>` element. Use an `<sp-menu>` element to outline the options that will be made available to the user when interacting with the `<sp-dropdown>` element.
  • @spectrum-web-components/split-button (latest: 0.3.0) An `sp-split-button` surfaces an immediately envokable action via it's main button, as well as a list of alternative actions in its toggleable menu overlay. By default, any actions envoked from the overlay will replace the main action button. When leverag
  • @spectrum-web-components/switch (latest: 0.6.0) An `<sp-switch>` is used to turn an option on or off. Switches allow users to select the state of a single option at a time. Use a switch rather than a checkbox when activating (or deactivating) an option, instead of selecting.
  • @spectrum-web-components/action-menu (latest: 0.8.0) An `<sp-action-menu>` is an action button with a Popover. Use an `<sp-menu>` element to outline the items that will be made available to the user when interacting with the `sp-action-menu` element.
  • @spectrum-web-components/bundle (latest: 0.17.0) `@spectrum-web-components/bundle` is a master dependancy that allows a project to import any and all of the the Spectrum Web Components. While it is a great approach to prototyping, the fact that is versions all of the Spectrum Web Components packages col

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