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A list of obscure and beloved npm packages, selected by the staff at npm
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npm install npm-collection-staff-picks --save
- backoff: Fibonacci and exponential backoffs.
- bistre: A command-line tool and module for printing colourful bole logs.
- blade: Blade - HTML Template Compiler, inspired by Jade & Haml
- bole: A tiny JSON logger
- cheerio: Tiny, fast, and elegant implementation of core jQuery designed specifically for the server
- dashdash: A light, featureful and explicit option parsing library.
- inquirer: A collection of common interactive command line user interfaces.
- json: a 'json' command for massaging and processing JSON on the command line
- must: Testing and assertion library with friendly BDD syntax — awesome.must.be.true(). Many expressive matchers and is test runner and framework agnostic. Follows RFC 2119 with its use of MUST. Good and well tested stuff.
- nearley: Simple Earley parsing for JS
- p-promise: A simple Promises/A+ library.
- package-json-to-readme: Generate a README.md from package.json contents
- replify: Easily add a REPL to your Node.js app.
- replpad: Pipes content of files to a node repl whenever they change and adds many more features to enable a highly interactive coding experience.
- stackup: Long stack traces based on async listeners
- standard-error: Tiny library that simplifies subclassing and inheriting from Error while keeping the correct name and stack. Also supports constructing from an object of properties. Saves you from boilerplate.
- superagent: elegant & feature rich browser / node HTTP with a fluent API
- backfill: Download package.json dependency data to meta.json
- find-root: find the closest package.json
- pkgs: Fetch npm registry metadata for a list of npm package names
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