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Packages by tmpvar

  • repl.history add history to node's repl
  • thing flexible metaobjects with trait driven behavior
  • cluster-socket.io A learnboost/cluster plugin for managing learnboost/socket.io child processes
  • svgmill turn an svg into gcode
  • vec2 manipulate vectors in 2d
  • avr avr project tools
  • carena Lightweight javascript scene graph for use with canvas
  • serialport-manager single process manager of transient serialport connections
  • polygon utility for working with polygons (arrays of vec2s)
  • defaults merge single level defaults over a config object
  • tincture bind to the inputs/outputs of a dom branch
  • sproc shared process
  • eaglepunch punch cadsoft's eagle into submission by turning a .brd file into a json document.
  • line2 perform operations on infinite lines in 2 dimensions
  • grbl grbl repl / library
  • node-osx ia32 node for osx
  • nps snappy npm search with ratings
  • segment2 2d line segment
  • disolve cas
  • polygon.clip clip a polygon with another
  • and 40 more

Packages Starred by tmpvar

  • browserify browser-side require() the node way
  • domready modern domready
  • drag-and-drop-files Handle file drag and drop events without all the Yak shaving
  • filereader-stream Read an HTML5 File object (from e.g. HTML5 drag and drops) as a stream.
  • istanbul Yet another JS code coverage tool that computes statement, line, function and branch coverage with module loader hooks to transparently add coverage when running tests. Supports all JS coverage use cases including unit tests, server side functional tests
  • knox Amazon S3 client
  • leveldown A Node.js LevelDB binding, primary backend for LevelUP
  • levelup Fast & simple storage - a Node.js-style LevelDB wrapper
  • mocha simple, flexible, fun test framework
  • pngparse convert PNG images to pixel arrays without dependencies
  • request Simplified HTTP request client.
  • stl STL to Array of verts and vice versa
  • urlmaster URL, Web, testing
  • vec2 manipulate vectors in 2d
  • workerstream use HTML5 web workers with the node stream API
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