Browse by Keyword: "apple"
airplay Apple AirPlay client library
airplay2 Apple AirPlay client library for AppleTV
ancs A node.js lib to access the Apple Notification Center Service (ANCS)
apn An interface to the Apple Push Notification service for Node.js
apnagent Node adapter for Apple Push Notification (APN) service.
apns APNS (Apple Push Notification Service) interface written in node.js
apns_test Testing Apple Push Notification service with node.js
app-store-reviews Download user reviews from the iTunes Store and the Mac App Store.
appjsbundle appjsbundle makes OSX .app bundles from AppJS packages
duedate convert library book due dates into Reminders.app reminders
hlsdump hlsdump is a library to node.js for dumping (c) Apple Http Live Streaming protocol.
i18n-strings-files Process .strings files used for localization in iOS/OSX development
iap Apple in-app purchases for Node.js
iplay remote airplay player for AppleTV
mac-control Simple module to control Mac OS from Node
node_apns Apple Push Notifier for node.js
nodejs-apns-secure New reliable nodejs library for sending notifications via apns
NodObjC The NodeJS ⇆ Objective-C bridge
passbook iOS Passbook for the Node hacker
passbookster iOS Apple passbook library
plist Mac OS X Plist parser/builder for NodeJS. Convert a Plist file or string into a native JS object and native JS object into a Plist file.
plist-ex Mac OS X Plist parser/builder for NodeJS. Convert a Plist file or string into a native JS object and native JS object into a Plist file.
plist-with-patches Clone of plist, but with pull requests applied.
plistlib Plist parser and writer.
push An interface to the Apple Push Notification service for Node.js
redis-pusher A Node.js application that consumes messages published on Redis channels and send them as Push Notifications via APNS.
searchitunes Light module to quickly search Apple's iTunes Store for music and apps.
stratton A cross-platform push service interface for Node.js
trampoline Apple AirPlay trampoline server
what-mac Return the details of a Mac (or group of Macs) from a CSV of serial numbers.