JavaScript Mit

Open-source JavaScript projects categorized as Mit

Top 6 JavaScript Mit Projects

  • node

    Node.js JavaScript runtime :sparkles::turtle::rocket::sparkles:

    Project mention: AWS Lambda support Node.js 18 now. Should we update the version of Node.js in the Lambda runtime? | | 2022-11-29

    The Lambda Node.js 18 runtime also enables you to take advantage of new Node.js 18 language features. This includes improved performance for class fields and private class methods, JSON import assertions, and experimental features such as the Fetch API, Test Runner module, and Web Streams API.

  • Uppy

    The next open source file uploader for web browsers :dog:

    Project mention: React Project with TUS/Uppy integration for video uploads | | 2022-11-26

    I started to try out but their lack of good documentation makes my life a bit difficult. However, uppy seems to be the only available solution out there in the React land (i dont want to implement it by myself).

  • InfluxDB

    Build time-series-based applications quickly and at scale.. InfluxDB is the Time Series Data Platform where developers build real-time applications for analytics, IoT and cloud-native services in less time with less code.

  • nodegit

    Native Node bindings to Git.

    Project mention: solidity-template: a modern Solidity contract template utilizing Foundry and Hardhat | | 2022-10-29

    In Git Consensus, we accept commits and parse out the address to create a mapping between them. In the unit tests, we can check the basic address parsing logic. But to actually test out the full user interactions of an OSS project onboarding to be a DAO and do token rewards for commits, we need to actually build a Git repo from the ground up - using JavaScript tools like nodegit to do so.

  • cloudcmd

    ✨☁️📁✨ Cloud Commander file manager for the web with console and editor.

    Project mention: Ask HN | | 2022-09-03

    Personally, and I can't name a tool for you, I consider that:

    - files&folder taxonomies are limited. Sometimes a file should be in more than one place, there are links/symlinks but no "backlinks" so it's easy top break things and filenames are not much good for search. Essentially a path in a file&folder classic taxonomy is a kind of limited and limited query to reach some content;

    - notes are another interesting things: ALL documents are kind of notes. The fact we have many file formats and apps just to craft document is more a limit and an issue of modern systems that a reasonable thing.

    Given the above two consideration I decide for myself to org-attach almost anything. The complete setup is:

    - org-roam, org-ql (with a semi-curated catalog to make queries and yasnippets to ensure consistency) and ripgrep as access layer, witch practically means hitting a single key on my keyboard and start typing something. In 99% of the case I get "the good answer" (something already done or new content to add), sometimes I need rg/recoll because just heading/tags search do not work and in that case I adjust/add some roam_aliases to easy mach the content in the future. Sometimes I need queries to work on things, like "check all active contracts" or "current issue" or "last three days notes" etc;

    - org-attach and links and dired to craft small "secondary-level file hierarchies" as a storage management layers, something that hide my real home taxonomy (essentially just notes on one root, other files managed by org-attach under another in a cache-like tree) I access via links;

    - various org-mode extras to link different kind of stuff I can't org-attach properly, like mails (individual messages, threads, search queries on my mails etc), transactions (hledger via org-babel), mere elisp:(sexp) code to be executed live on click.

    Doing so allow me to IGNORE a limited and limited hierarchy, allow crafting dynamic hierarchies as results from SQL-alike (albeit limited and slow) queries, accessing most of the content in search&narrow style something proven to be effective in most kind of UI from search engines to "dashes" instead of "menus" etc and allow to blend a bit most kind of docs in a single "document"/page/live environment witch is VERY useful since we have a single mind, not really compartmentalized and we need different kind of "docs" together often.

    This is IMVHO how we should manage files in 2022 BUT since Emacs and classic desktop model for commercial and ignorance reasons is essentially dead it's not something ready out-of-the-box and not something designed for collaboration. It's just a personal HYPER-effective solution that might wrap&hide far less effective one used by collaborators still allowing interaction.

    The modern equivalent, far more limited, complex and heavyweight is a DMS (see Nuxeo, Alfresco, ...) mostly crappy WebUIs that wrap Apache Jackrabbit behind the scene and add some forms/tags/ways to classify documents in various "dynamic" and "less constrained" ways. With a bit of hesitation for a small team is less crazy to setup and use. Othe simpler but probably too limited options are or or or or some are proprietary and all are not much more than classic file browsers served via webapp on a file-server backend storage instead of a local one.

  • coinbin

    Javascript Bitcoin Wallet. Supports Multisig, Stealth, HD, SegWit, Bech32, Time Locked Addresses, RBF and more!

    Project mention: help understanding transaction in and how to interpret results | | 2022-11-13

    If you'd like to build the raw transaction but sign it using there are other ways to do that as well, including at my website Let me know if you need any help.

  • citgm

    Canary in the Gold Mine

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 2022-11-29.

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Project Stars
1 node 91,857
2 Uppy 26,101
3 nodegit 5,311
4 cloudcmd 1,608
5 coinbin 829
6 citgm 481
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