wildhoney

Packages by wildhoney

  • cloud-convert Easy-to-use Node.js implementation of the CloudConvert API.
  • catwalk.js Intuitive and fast relational CRUD interface for modelling relationships using vanilla objects.
  • tabby-js Never neglect your tabs when it comes to usability again! Making tabIndex easy for custom elements to improve your UX.
  • vik CLI Semver autoincrement with major, minor, and patch.
  • ember-rickshaw Rickshaw fa├žade for Ember which allows automatic redrawing of graphs using Ember's observer pattern.
  • snapshot-js Node.js app for slicing and dicing paginated chunks of data with easy sorting and filtering.
  • posty Full and partial UK post code API using Nominatim and Zoopla written in Angular.
  • ember-sockets Socket.io (WebSockets) integrated with Ember.js' observer pattern.
  • tessellate-js Small vanilla JavaScript module for gracefully removing floating elements from the page.
  • ng-crossfilter Usual Angular.js style filtering and sorting with a twist of Crossfilter for improved performance.
  • tidal Socket.io benchmarking with realtime web-based statistics.
  • ember-crossfilter Instead of using Ember DataStore, EmberCrossfilter provides a basic architecture for creating Ember models with Crossfilter; which allows for much quicker sorting and filtering.
  • doogle Node.js app for taking HTML snapshots of JavaScript pages to make your dynamic apps Google crawlable.
  • memoria-js Extensible form storage for memorising user inputs with localStorage.
  • mundus-meus Leaflet.js & Angular.js mapping tool for finding entities based on your location.
  • sequin-js Easily add animations to your pages by specifying regular classes using semantic method chaining.
  • ng-teleport Move a section of the DOM and inherit the scope of the target node.
  • ember-droplet Ember HTML5 file uploading with drag & drop and image/file preview.
  • needle-js Angular.js style dependency injection using reflection.
  • ng-obelisk Easily use Obelisk to create animations using Angular.js
  • and 8 more
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