TypeScript standard for rock solid serverless functions.
Cmd line tool and CommonJS module for performing quick-and-dirty TCP tunneling/proxy to another machine. Useful for working with services running on remote machines.
Simple command-line tool to poll the harvest status API.
Chai.js extensions to help with function precondition testing.
Simple ACL. 'nuff said.
Peek into a fixed-size window on your streams, useful for logging and debugging.
Spawn, manage and monitor multiple node.js child_process-es with ease.
Node.js bindings to the ICU (50.1) project boundary analysis module. Useful for breaking/splitting up words in many many international languages.
Provides a simple class/mixin as base for when you need to wraps a redis client (or provide API that does) via a use() method
mikeal/request with partial applicable options.
eXtended Require: Folder requires and index.js toolkit.
uneval approximation for node.js/v8. convert objects to code. don't use if you don't know all the things that could go wrong with this.
Test-friendly timer function replacements.
Put your routes in its own file and use route-table to parses it.
Chunk/split your stream without eating the splitter char.
JAM your async calls together *faster*
Filter bunyan logs using relative time.
Official Fingi CLI tool.
Connect middleware that adds a unique id to each request.
Convenience setup/teardown function for mocha.
A stream that emits endless series of random bytes, with proper backpressure support.
A bunyan-compatible stream interface that sends error logs to raven-node.
Have your arguments, and validate it too. -- Slick arguments validator for all your js functions.
Yes, staring at your console while github's down is definitely time well spent. Oh, and it works with other site too!