Branden Dane

Packages 14

  • This package name is not currently in use, but was formerly occupied by another package. To avoid malicious use, npm is hanging on to the package name, but loosely, and we'll probably give it to you if you want it.

    published 0.0.1-security 7 years ago
  • An npm package for the eegeo.js library

    published 0.0.2 6 years ago
  • A starter boilerplate for NPM modules. Includes a few goodies to get you going like ES6, commands for running tests/linting/builds/examples/CI/coverage/publishing, and more.

    published 1.0.0 5 years ago
  • The last damn library you'll need for dealing with RESTful API errors and other magic.

    published 1.0.1 5 years ago
  • The swiss-army knife of common modules used for development. ESM, Dotenv, Webpack, Babel, Rollup, and more. Useful when you'd rather group all your modules that "must be called before anything else" together, in one place. Also, a no-frills, no-bullshit w

    published 1.0.19 3 years ago
  • Use Errors like it's 2020

    published 1.0.0 2 years ago
  • State management library for react, vanillaJS, peanutButterNJelly, and wherever else your state needs a little love but you really would prefer not putting in all the effort to get things rolling. Built atop Zustand, Immer, and other goodies.

    published 1.0.0 2 years ago
  • a test package for verdaccio

    published 1.0.5 2 years ago
  • A hackable, extendable, functionally-composable way to go about dealing with wrangling types in JavaScript. Auto-casting, coercion, and type inference for the Alice in WOnderland world that is JS runtime.

    published 1.0.10 2 years ago
  • A lib literally meant to be absolutely nothing

    published 1.0.6 2 years ago
  • A library aiming to offer nothing but documentation as its output. No compositional approach made in how or where the output reflects. Only boring ole' conventions, as the dev community has defined. NPM and Yarn. Their official docs covering the subject,

    published 0.0.3 2 years ago
  • Give me JavaScript's native Error Object. I decorate it with a lil' panash. Then, send it back your way without breaking any weird JavaScripty rules/expectations we all are so fond of. Throw it. Return it. Dance with it. Whatever you do, common convention

    published 0.0.5 2 years ago
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