Unique, memorable ids for your Node app
greg is a simple module to let you generate (probably) unique, memorable ids in Node.js applications.
It creates sentences on the form count + adjective + noun + verb + adverb, as described in this Asana blog post by Greg Slovacek, whom this module is named after.
Disclaimer: I wrote this in a fit of insomnia late at night after reading the above blog post. Accordingly, it's probably chock-full of bugs and there are too few words. Pull requests are welcome.
npm install greg
var greg = require("greg"), sentence = greg.sentence(); console.log("The sentence \"%s\" corresponds to the id %d", sentence, greg.parse(sentence));
Linus G Thiel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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