expand-tilde(latest: 2.0.2) Bash-like tilde expansion for node.js. Expands a leading tilde in a file path to the user home directory, or `~+` to the cwd.
browser-serialport(latest: 2.1.0) Robots in the browser. Just like node-serialport but for browser/chrome apps.
gulp-util(latest: 3.0.8) Utility functions for gulp plugins
glob-stream(latest: 6.1.0) A Readable Stream interface over node-glob.
assign-symbols(latest: 2.0.2) Assign the enumerable es6 Symbol properties from one or more objects to the first object passed on the arguments. Can be used as a supplement to other extend, assign or merge methods as a polyfill for the Symbols part of the es6 Object.assign method.
liftoff(latest: 3.1.0) Launch your command line tool with ease.
is-glob(latest: 4.0.1) Returns `true` if the given string looks like a glob pattern or an extglob pattern. This makes it easy to create code that only uses external modules like node-glob when necessary, resulting in much faster code execution and initialization time, and a bet
now-and-later(latest: 2.0.1) Map over an array or object of values in parallel or series, passing each through the async iterator, with optional lifecycle hooks.
rawr(latest: 0.15.0) JSON-RPC over simple event emitters
@storybook/channels(latest: 6.1.21) Storybook Channel is similar to an EventEmitter. Channels are used with Storybook implementations to send/receive events between the Storybook Manager and the Storybook Renderer.
@storybook/channel-postmessage(latest: 6.1.21) Storybook PostMessage Channel is a channel for Storybook that can be used when the Storybook Renderer runs inside an iframe or a child window. A channel can be created using the `createChannel` function.
@storybook/channel-websocket(latest: 6.1.21) Storybook Websocket Channel is a channel for Storybook that can be used when the Storybook Renderer should communicate with the Storybook Manager over the network. A channel can be created using the `createChannel` function.
@storybook/native-addon(latest: 1.1.0) This module contains an addon that can be used to interact with the appetize.io emulator. Currently, it lets you rotate the emulator left or right, take screenshots, and change the device that is being emulated.
@storybook/native-components(latest: 1.1.0) This module contains React components that allow you to interact with appetize.io. This lets you take advantage of controls/knobs, as well as add-ons.