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ascoltatori The pub/sub library for node backed by Redis, MongoDB, AMQP (RabbitMQ), ZeroMQ, MQTT (Mosquitto) or just plain node!
async_bench The benchmark framework designed for node.js callbacks.
bespoke-run Run your code snippets in Bespoke.js
bitcount Counts bits in a Integer or in a Buffer
blueslider Turn your slides using your TI SensorTag
bytechunker Chunk a Stream in smaller pieces of the same dimension
callback-stream A pipeable stream that calls your callback
coap A CoAP library for node modelled after 'http'
coap-cli A CLI for CoAP
coap-packet Generate and Parse CoAP packets
errormailer Sending email for each error in your node app was never easier! It supports connect and express.
kanban Kanban is a node.js control-flow library. As the Japanese methodology, it is pull-based.
level-browserify Fast & simple storage - a Node.js-style LevelDB wrapper (a convenience package bundling LevelUP & LevelDOWN or Level.js)
level-queue-type A queue for LevelUp
levelgraph A graph database for Node.js and the browser built on top of LevelUp
levelgraph-jsonld The Object Document Mapper for LevelGraph based on JSON-LD
levelgraph-n3 LevelGraph plugin that add the ability to load and store n3/turtle files.
line-delimited-json The line delimited JSON protocol over a Stream2
mac-key-press Press a key or move the mouse on a Mac
mosca The multi-transport MQTT broker for node.js. It supports AMQP, Redis, ZeroMQ, MongoDB or just MQTT.
mows Use MQTT from the Browser, based on MQTT.js and websocket-stream
mqemitter An Opinionated Message Queue with an emitter-style API
mqstreams MQ pub/sub as streams - based on mqemitter
mqtt A library for the MQTT protocol
ponte The Internet of Things Bridge for REST developers
redis-command-cache cache redis calls locally, and expire them at need
reduplexer Another Stream2 duplexer
seneca-shard-store Sharding for Seneca
sharder Generate 128 bits keys and resolve them to shards
shortshort Short library for making short URLs
split2 split a Text Stream into a Line Stream, using Stream 2