CoffeeScript NodeJS

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Top 6 CoffeeScript NodeJS Projects

  • GitHub repo xml2js

    XML to JavaScript object converter.

    Project mention: TypeScript Compiler API: Improve API Integrations Using Code Generation | | 2021-08-25

    In our case, we'll need a simple library to read the WSDL XML file into something a bit easier to work with. We'll use xml2js.

  • GitHub repo Wintersmith

    A flexible static site generator

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  • GitHub repo node-csv

    Full featured CSV parser with simple api and tested against large datasets.

    Project mention: The unexpected return of JavaScript for Automation | | 2021-11-26

    I still use it a lot, particularly in unit tests and configuration. Take the tests of the CSV package, for example, once you get used to its syntax, it is easier to read than plain JS. For Nikita, TypeScript would be appealing for code completion. In term of type checking, it will be double usage since all arguments are checked at runtime with JSON schema.

  • GitHub repo node-cache

    a node internal (in-memory) caching module

    Project mention: I am building a Serverless version of Redis - written in Rust | | 2021-05-02

    If you're looking for a caching library, there are several of them in every language I've ever used. For example, in Node node-cache is very popular ( Every language I've ever worked in has a few of these. They tend to have a pretty similar basic feature set, and they all have at least the same functions that you defined in your project.

  • GitHub repo cson

    CoffeeScript-Object-Notation. Same as JSON but for CoffeeScript objects.

    Project mention: The Norway Problem | | 2021-04-03

    I prefer JSON over YAML because I spend more time confused and burned by the problems caused by it.

    I understand that people don't like directly use JSON because it's not very friendly: no comments, no multi-line string, etc.

    A great alternative IMHO is cson[0]. It's like JSON to JavaScript but for CoffeeScript (though nobody talks about it nowadays). It has indentation-based syntax, comments, and multiline string which usually don't need to escape. The advantage is it's close enough to JSON which is the canonical format that everybody can agree on nowadays. For YAML and TOML there are too many visual part-aways from JSON.

    Or just create a JSON variant that enables comments and the backtick multiline string from JavaScript.


  • GitHub repo sloc

    simple tool to count SLOC (source lines of code)

    Project mention: The #1 tip to familiarize with new JavaScript codebases | | 2021-05-28

    With long functions normally there comes large files as well. People tend to put everything into one file if they also put a lot into one function. So in theory we could take the lines of code as a measurement as well. There are a lot of utility packages out there that solve this problem. One of these tools is called sloc. It will output the number of lines of code within a file. But do not use it directly. The tool I mentioned before includes this by default.

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2021-11-26.

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What are some of the best open-source NodeJS projects in CoffeeScript? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 xml2js 4,425
2 Wintersmith 3,515
3 node-csv 3,096
4 node-cache 1,676
5 cson 1,295
6 sloc 883
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