browser-side require() the node way
The grunt command line interface.
The browser package manager
The streaming build system
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
Easy embedding for multiple template languages
A simple 2d function plotter powered by d3 and used on maurizzzio.com
An evented chess library for movement, validation and result detection built on Ampersand.js.
control your terminal from node
Creates distributed callback queue based on redis pubsub. Pass 2 redis clients (supports redis sentinel as well for HA), manages locks across multiple processes
Ember component for creating a spreadsheet-like grid out of an array of positions
A set of components for building themeable, adaptive, animated UI's
Put your callbacks into queue to make sure that concurrent requests that you might want to perform will only be executed once
Precompile node apps and publish them to S3
Breaks polymers into monomers
A lightweight, very flexible QuickBase API
The modern build of lodash modular utilities.
Higher-order functions and common patterns for asynchronous code
Simplified HTTP request client.
the complete solution for node.js command-line programs
small debugging utility
get colors in your node.js console
Terminal string styling done right. Much color.
A library for promises (CommonJS/Promises/A,B,D)
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.