- Simple mixin is the simplest implementation for a mixin, copying an object's properties onto another
- A JS Framework for creating realtime and scalable web applications. Based on Emily.js and socket.io
- Read, write or test a data structure's nested property via a string like 'my.nested.property'. It works through arrays and objects.'
- A url based router based on highway
- get the global object, independently of the JS runtime
- An observable data store with dirty checking and computed properties
- BDD wrappers for jasmine and mocha describe/it to help writing tests in GIVEN WHEN THEN AND fashion
- Runtime agnostic JS library for scalable web applications.
- Create a stack of DOM elements. You can add/remove elements, reorder them, hide/show the elements, transit between them, or move them all together.
- Returns an array of all the elements within a dom element, including the dom element itself
- Seam data-binding plugin based on Object.observe (es7)
- A synchronous FSM that triggers events when entering or leaving a state
- this a simple loop for iterating over an array or an object
- jsonp utils for fetching data using jsonp. Accepts a callback or returns a promise
- Seam-view is the perfect companion to Seam, the tool to add behavior to your HTML via plugins. Seam view will wrap your template (HTML template or DOM elements) and bind it to seam in an easy to use wrapper that you can attach to the DOM and place whereve
- Get a DOM element's or an SVG Element's dataset. Works where .dataset isn't present such as in < IE11
- returns the size of an array or the number of properties of an object
- Yet another fancy publish subscribe library, written in C++
- Extra features for ES7's Object.observe
- compare two objects or arrays and return the diff (add/updated/removed/unchanged)
- Complete set of tools for synchronizing an observable key/value stores with CouchDB documents, views, and managing users or security documents. Works both in the browser and in node.js
- A React higher order component that will debounce the rendering of your React components