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static-reference(latest: 1.0.0) Annotate file references within the source code of your node packages. These references can be scanned for using the dependency graph of a module.
lazy-timer(latest: 0.0.0) Invoke a function that is expensive to execute (computation, database queries, etc) in a delay. This module creates a new function (the invoker) that wraps your function. Calling the invoker multiple times during the delay only executes your function once
stream-sequencer(latest: 0.3.1) Consumes a stream of binary data and emits Buffer objects with sequence numbers to ensure proper ordering of messages. Also provides a stream which lets you reassemble the data in the correct order.
stateful-controller(latest: 0.0.3) This module provides a Controller class that implements the stateful controller pattern. Users can inherit from this class to implement their own stateful controllers. This pattern is useful for implementing single page web applications.
throwable(latest: 1.0.3) Inherit from Error without performance penalties, instanceof behaves as expected and the error stack is correct
ga-browser(latest: 1.0.0) Google Analytics for the browser as a browserify module
domv-popup(latest: 1.0.0) Display DOM elements with fixed position (a popup) relative to an "owning" element. This is a neat workaround for stacking context limitations in CSS (z-index, overflow:hidden, etc)
clearfix(latest: 1.0.0) Clearfix mixin for less. Contain your floats without extra markup
name-overrides-builtin(latest: 1.2.0) Test if a given name might override a property of a DOM Node marked as [OverrideBuiltins]
domv(latest: 4.2.0) Create views as components using DOM. Run the same code on the browser and on the server.
url-object-mapper(latest: 1.1.1) Map url templates to objects and object templates to urls
stylerefs(latest: 1.0.3) walk the dependency graph of your modules to look for CSS/LESS/SASS/Stylus file reference annotations. These files can then be bundled into a single CSS file.
module-references(latest: 1.0.2) Annotate file references within the source code of your node packages. These references can be scanned for using the dependency graph of a module. This package takes input from module-deps and generates a list of all the references.
readable-blob-stream(latest: 1.1.0) Read W3C Blob & File objects as a Node stream. Very useful with "browserify" and "primus" with "ejson" using pipe()
connect-static-file(latest: 2.0.0) connect and express middleware to serve a single static file
xml-name-validator(latest: 3.0.0) Validates whether a string matches the production for an XML name or qualified name
jsonbird(latest: 3.1.0) JSON-RPC 2.0 client/server/peer for any reliable transport. Inter-process communication. REST. WebSocket. WebWorker. Out of order messaging or in-order byte streams
jsonbird-websocket(latest: 1.0.0) JSONBird-WebSocket makes it easy to establish a JSON-RPC 2.0 client connection over WebSocket so that you can send and receive Remote Procedure Calls. It works in node.js and web browsers. If the connection closes or is unresponsive, an automatic reconnec
mocha-sugar-free(latest: 1.4.0) Write mocha test cases without using globals or `this`. Browserify compatible. Mocha without the sugar.
whatwg-encoding(latest: 1.0.5) Decode strings according to the WHATWG Encoding Standard
bluefox(latest: 2.2.0) The bluefox library lets you be notified when a DOM tree has reached a specific condition, using a convenient syntax. It has been designed for high accuracy and low overhead.
whatwg-mimetype(latest: 2.3.0) Parses, serializes, and manipulates MIME types, according to the WHATWG MIME Sniffing Standard
symbol-tree(latest: 3.2.4) Turn any collection of objects into its own efficient tree or linked list using Symbol
performr-runner-result-graph(latest: 7.0.0) Display the event breakdown of a performr-runner script run as a pretty graph. Using React & Redux & Less
domexception(latest: 2.0.1) An implementation of the DOMException class from browsers