Flake ID generator yields k-ordered, conflict-free ids in a distributed environment
Distributed id generation for the lazy.
Generate practically unique (approximately sortable) IDs in a distributed environment.
63-Bit Flake ID generator yields k-ordered, conflict-free ids in a distributed environment.
Re-run flaky Mocha tests to flush out inconsistent results
Built to convert 128 bit buffers to base 62 strings. Supports base 36 and buffers of arbitrary size.
A utility library for creating a service that generates unique IDs at scale. Think of it as containing the common logic of Twitter's Snowflake and Boundary's Flake.
distributable, serverless, and customizable unique ID generator based on Snowflake
Node.js implementation of Twitter Snowflake ID Generator, base on redis.
A wrapper for protractor to automatically re-run failed tests for a specific number of attempts
A wrapper for protractor to automatically re-run failed specs for a specific number of attempts
Time based 64-bit unique id generator, inspired by Twitter snowflakes
Time based 64-bit unique id generator, inspired by Twitter id (snowflake)
Create a list of failed scenarios for re-execution in cucumber
128-bit, k-ordered, lexicographically sortable, base 62, coordination free id generation for Node
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