bevacqua

Packages by bevacqua

  • reqwestify Drop-in reqwest alias for request for the browser
  • grunt-pemcrypt Use pemcrypt to automatically encrypt and decrypt JSON configuration files
  • grunt-wordcount _This repository is part of the **JavaScript Application Design: A Build First Approach** book's code samples_, the full original for the code samples [can be found here][1]. You can [learn more about the book itself here][2].
  • grunt-integration Run Integration Tests using Selenium, Mocha, a Server, and a Browser
  • grunt-assetify-example Example given on how to plug grunt-assetify into your web application
  • grunt-mocha-webdriver-painful Grunt task to run Mocha tests against a Selenium grid or local Selenium instance
  • node-sigint Normalize sigint signals on windows platforms
  • buildfirst-ci-by-example _This repository is part of the **JavaScript Application Design: A Build First Approach** book's code samples_, the full original for the code samples [can be found here](https://github.com/bevacqua/buildfirst). You can [learn more about the book itself here](http://bevacqua.io/buildfirst "JavaScript Application Design: A Build First Approach").
  • jsn JavaScript Node server-side variable parser
  • ponyfoo-db Micro package which manages database reconnection
  • node-assetify Node client-side asset manager tool. Please refer to https://npmjs.org/package/assetify, instead.
  • grunt-testling Grunt task to run tests using the Testling API.
  • emoji-random Creates a random emoji string. This is as useless as it gets.
  • grunt-assetify Compile your assetify static assets before even launching your application!
  • grunt-verify-app Verifies an application listens on a port when spawned
  • grunt-ec2 Grunt tasks to create, terminate, and deploy to AWS EC2 instances
  • faux-knox-2 Mock requests to knox module using file system
  • gitcanvas Use your GitHub account's commit history as a canvas. Express the artist in you!
  • ponyfoo-blog Bloging platform underlying Pony Foo
  • grunt-ngdoc grunt plugin for angularjs documentation
  • and 33 more
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