browser-side require() the node way
The grunt command line interface.
The browser package manager
The streaming build system
A package manager for node
Cordova command line interface tool
A simple CLI tool for ensuring that a given node script runs continuously (i.e. forever)
Production process manager for Node.JS applications with a built-in load balancer.
A simple, lightweight network daemon to collect metrics over UDP
CLI tool for running Yeoman generators
A simple eslint module for pruno with babeljs (es6/7/react) support.
Browser scripting quick-start kit
Reusable components for Firefox Marketplace frontend projects.
Gulp plugin for creating distributable AMD-compatible bower modules using AMD internally
ES6 generator-based MongoDB ODM. It rocks.
LESS mixins and CSS for applying field styles
A WKT/WKB parser and serializer
Tiny wrapper for localStorage (DOM Storage) that handles exceptions via callbacks
LocalStorage wrapper for AngularJS
A type system for classical inheritence, mix-ins and composition.
Extensive tool to create and maintain Markdown documentation tables of contents and navigation
Higher-order functions and common patterns for asynchronous code
The modern build of lodash modular utilities.
Simplified HTTP request client.
the complete solution for node.js command-line programs
small debugging utility
get colors in your node.js console
A library for promises (CommonJS/Promises/A,B,D)
Terminal string styling done right. Much color.
Recursively mkdir, like `mkdir -p`
The npm command-line tool is bundled with Node.js, so if you already have Node.js installed then you have npm too. If not, go download the Node.js installer.