Browse by Keyword: "host"

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canonical-host Redirect users to the canonical hostname for your site.

cluster-vhost virtual host setup made easy

extend-url Splits a url into its parts and adds or replaces items found in the parts of another url.

host host manage

host-router A simple HTTP host router

hosts2 a easy-to-use hosts file management tool for web developer

hosty Host file manager

jjg-ping A simple ping wrapper for Node.js which returns the latency and result of a ping to a given address.

kicker a static project hoster

node-hostme lightweight http server for developing API based web apps

node-http-router A simple HTTP host router

nodehost Local node.js host for node based website development.

noster Noster is a node application to control and keep closer all projects hosts configuration.

onehost One host only, redirect other hosts to bind host.

passpack Multi-tenancy (read: virtual hosts) for Passport.JS

passports Multi-tenancy (read: virtual hosts) for Passport.JS

proxima An HTTP and TLS (HTTPS) reverse proxy server intended to replace full web servers for proxying Node.js applications.

qping A simple ping wrapper using a promise libary (Q).

quickgit Temp Git Repo Host to Send a Git Repo to a Friend Quickly that's behind a firewall

remote Work on client-side files with a remote API server transparently

remoteobjects Remote objects in a distributed peer-to-peer network

repro Reverse Proxy Route Table responsible for routing to targets based on protocol request headers.

sessionstore Sessionstore is a node.js module for multiple databases. It can be very useful if you work with express or connect.

slowhost A very simple and slow static resources host.

smartdc-listcomputenodes List your joyent machines by the compute node they are running on. Ensure your workload is distributed!

tart-host Tart core scheduling

vhoster Developing multiple applications for different domains on one hosting using a single nodejs instance.

viewmodel Node-viewmodel is a node.js module for multiple databases. It can be very useful if you work with (d)ddd, cqrs, eventdenormalizer, host, etc.

virtualhost Dispatch HTTP request to a handler depending on hostname

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