Wed May 29 2019 09:37:59 GMT+0800 (China Standard Time)
voxel-backup(latest: 0.0.1) Connect to a voxel-server and store the world chunks in level db
voxel-client(latest: 2.1.0) multiplayer client for voxel-server
voxel-oculus(latest: 0.1.0) 3D Side by Side stereo view to be used with the Oculus Rift
voxel-server(latest: 2.1.0) multiplayer server for [voxel-engine](http://github.com/maxogden/voxel-engine)
quick-multilevel(latest: 1.0.0) succinctly open a remote levelDB instance with network retry.
history-tree(latest: 2.0.0) Tree for tracking reverts and commits on checkpoints. Checkpoints can nest arbitrarily deep.
checkpoint-store(latest: 1.1.0) In-memory key-value store with history! Keys are strings, values are any type.
fake-merkle-patricia-tree(latest: 1.0.1) You want Ethereum's [merkle-patricia tree](https://github.com/wanderer/merkle-patricia-tree), but you don't care about the stateRoot. Fake it! And reap the optimization benefits.
blockapps-vm(latest: 2.1.0) Run an [ethereum vm](https://github.com/ethereum/ethereumjs-vm) backed by the [blockapps](http://blockapps.net/) API.
hooked-web3-provider(latest: 1.0.0) A Web3 Provider that has hooks for a key provider and transaction signer
blockapps-web3(latest: 1.1.8) A Web3 Provider for the BlockApps backend
dapp-sandbox(latest: 1.1.1) creates a sandboxed iframe that runs dapps
polyfill-crypto.getrandomvalues(latest: 1.0.0) This is a polyfill for `window.crypto.getRandomValues()`. In place of `Math.random()` it uses the [Mersenne Twister pseudorandom number generator](https://github.com/boo1ean/mersenne-twister) seeded by `Math.random()`.
metamask-ui(latest: 1.5.0) ``` git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:MetaMask/metamask-ui.git cd metamask-ui npm install grunt dev ```
bip39-codec(latest: 1.1.0) encode buffers into words, like bip39.
shell-parallel(latest: 1.0.3) run commands in parallel, exit all when one ends. exit code used to exit main process. ``` -x to run noisily (pipe to stdout/stderr) -s to run silently (dont pipe to stdout/stderr) ```
substream-on-active(latest: 2.0.0) Takes a long-lived mostly idle `ReadableStream` and creates short-lived childStreams for every period of activity. Each `childStream` will end when the `parentStream` goes idle again.
fifo-transform(latest: 2.0.0) Layer on ordering to your stream. Use before sending over a transport that doesn't guarantee fifo ordering.
throttle-obj-stream(latest: 1.0.0) an object stream that uses [lodash.throttle](https://lodash.com/docs/4.17.10#throttle) to reduce the number of events passing through the stream.
extension-port-stream(latest: 1.0.0) A module for creating a node style stream over a WebExtension port object.
safe-event-emitter(latest: 1.0.1) An `EventEmitter` that isolates the emitter from errors in handlers. If an error is thrown in a handler it is caught and re-thrown inside of a `setTimeout` so as to not interupt the emitter's code flow.
react-force-directed(latest: 1.1.0) React components for drawing force directed graphs using `d3-force`. Gracefully handles graph being updated by new objects representing the same graph via a `mergeGraph` helper.
npm-audit-plz(latest: 1.0.0) Runs npm audits against each top-level package, with some retry. Helps get audit results if your audits are failing.
kowtow(latest: 1.0.6) "bow before the power of proxies"
sesify-example-format(latest: 1.0.0) this is a dummy package used to demonstrate the [sesify security system](https://github.com/metamask/sesify)
sesify-example-fetch(latest: 1.0.0) this is a dummy package used to demonstrate the [sesify security system](https://github.com/metamask/sesify)
sesify-example-localstorage(latest: 1.0.0) this is a dummy package used to demonstrate the [sesify security system](https://github.com/metamask/sesify)
sesify-example-deep(latest: 1.0.4) this is a dummy package used to demonstrate the [sesify security system](https://github.com/metamask/sesify)
sesify-example-banner(latest: 1.0.3) this is a dummy package used to demonstrate the [sesify security system](https://github.com/metamask/sesify)
sesify-example-rainbow(latest: 1.0.6) this is a dummy package used to demonstrate the [sesify security system](https://github.com/metamask/sesify)
deps-dump(latest: 1.1.0) Browserify plugin for dumping bundle meta data
obs-store(latest: 4.0.3) `ObservableStore` is a synchronous in-memory store for a single value, that you can subscribe to updates on.
web3-stream-provider(latest: 4.0.0) Utility for creating an Ethereum web3 provider that forwards payloads through a stream.
bify-packagedata-stream(latest: 1.0.0) A browserify utility to append additional package data to module objects. Useful for browserify plugin authors.
bify-package-factor(latest: 1.0.7) Browserify plugin that creates bundles factored at package-level granularity. The browserify stream output becomes a `vinyl-source-stream`, emitting one `vinyl` file metadata object per bundle.
sesify-viz(latest: 3.0.10) This is a graph visualization generator exploring a sesify bundle's dependency graph and permissions.
eth-sig-util(latest: 2.5.3) A few useful functions for signing ethereum data
bad-example-eval-server(latest: 1.0.0) starts a server that evals any code sent to it. this is dangerous. This is a demonstration of the dangers, and the protections [LavaMoat](https://github.com/lavamoat/lavamoat) can provide.
lavamoat-webpack(latest: 1.0.5) webpack plugin for sandboxing dependencies with LavaMoat
bad-idea-eval-server(latest: 1.0.0) starts a server that evals any code sent to it. this is dangerous. This is a demonstration of the dangers, and the protections [LavaMoat](https://github.com/lavamoat/lavamoat) can provide.
gaba(latest: 1.11.0) Collection of platform-agnostic modules for creating secure data models for cryptocurrency wallets
eth-simple-keyring(latest: 4.0.0) A simple standard interface for a series of Ethereum private keys.
merkle-patricia-tree(latest: 4.0.0) This is an implementation of the modified merkle patricia tree as specified in the Ethereum's yellow paper.
@metamask/detect-provider(latest: 1.0.1) A tiny utility for detecting the MetaMask Ethereum provider, or any EIP 1193-compliant provider.
eth-contract-metadata(latest: 1.15.0) A mapping of ethereum contract addresses to broadly accepted icons for those addresses.