Top 15 TypeScript Utility Projects
Tiny millisecond conversion utilityProject mention: I really hate it how Reddit uses "m" as the symbol for both months and minutes. When I first got to this post, all the posts said "2m." Only when I refreshed could I tell that the latter comment was made within the last few minutes rather than two months ago. | reddit.com/r/Metric | 2021-06-01
I've been fighting this in many places, but of course there are fools out there who actually defend this practice rather than be indifferent to it at worst. Fixing it in those two places would actually fix about 70–80% of all such instances, since many websites just depend on those libraries. Feel free to upvote them, respectively.
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👷 TypeScript's largest type utility libraryProject mention: Try out ts-belt | reddit.com/r/typescript | 2021-12-24
Do you mean https://github.com/millsp/ts-toolbelt? You didn’t provide a link so I’m not sure which repo you’re referring to.
Find unused exports in a typescript project. 🛀Project mention: How to Delete Dead Code in TypeScript Projects | dev.to | 2021-10-19
Second, you will want to install ts-prune and ts-unused-exports globally, so they can be used for any project. Run these commands in a terminal:
A tool to populate missing `DateTimeOriginal` EXIF metadata in Google Photos takeout, using Google's JSON metadata.Project mention: Migrating Google photos library to Synology | reddit.com/r/synology | 2021-09-20
I exported my Google Photos library and used this tool to combine the EXIF metadata with the photo, then simply drag them into /home/Photos. And Synology will read the metadata and sort the photos chronologically.
Provide async/await callbacks for every, find, findIndex, filter, forEach, map, reduce, reduceRight and some methods in Array.
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Log, test, intercept and modify Apollo Client's operations (by zendesk)Project mention: Mock, Record and Replay GraphQL Operations with Laika - a new testing tool for Apollo Client that works with Subscriptions, browser tests (e.g. Cypress) and unit tests | reddit.com/r/graphql | 2021-11-19
A collection of front-end tools based on Vue3.0. Include utilities css, responsive Ant Design Vue components and other common component packaging and commonly used tools and methods.Project mention: Develop a commonly used responsive css tool class | dev.to | 2021-02-28
The final code can refer to @convue-lib/styles
A simple VSCode extension that displays the public address of an Ethereum private key on hover.Project mention: A simple VSCode extension to show public address of private key string | reddit.com/r/ethdev | 2021-05-01
Npm package - Collector utilities for discord.js.Project mention: Introducing: Showoff Sunday! | reddit.com/r/Discord_Bots | 2021-02-28
The documentation is a bit lacking but I've included some examples that should hopefully show how it works: https://github.com/KevinNovak/discord.js-Collector-Utils
High level CLI utility tool to fire up local development environments easily, powered by Vagrant and Ansible. (by IgnitionWolf)Project mention: [FOR HIRE] Full stack web developer [NodeJS/PHP] | reddit.com/r/remotejs | 2021-03-01
DevOps: Vagrant, Ansible, Chef, and Docker. I also have experience with Redis, Elastic Search, Varnish Cache, and Fastly. I built a CLI tool with NodeJS (typescript/oclif) to deploy local environments with Vagrant and Ansible based on a single configuration file. You can check it out here. https://github.com/IgnitionWolf/ignite
Tagged template literals for singular/plural formattingProject mention: Hacktoberfest Recap | dev.to | 2021-10-31
Detect & list not-allowed file extensions in a projectProject mention: Alliser - TypeScript tool to detect non-allowed filetypes in your repository. Comes with Github Action for running it in your CI. Doesn't have to be TypeScript, you'll list allowed file types and Alliser handles the rest. | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2022-01-08
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