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    electrovir

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    • Turn ARFF files into useful objects that can be used by machine learning algorithms in JavaScript.

      published 0.1.4 4 years ago
    • Draw to a ws2812 LED matrix with a Raspberry Pi

      published 3.0.1 3 months ago
    • Dead simple pdf text reader

      published 3.0.1 3 months ago
    • Parse bank and credit card statements.

      published 2.0.1 8 months ago
    • Lightweight package to prevent unwanted imports between TS or JS folders.

      published 4.1.1 3 months ago
    • published 0.0.1 2 years ago
    • Catch Node.js exit conditions, including errors and unhandled rejections.

      published 1.2.2 10 months ago
    • Import with sanity and order all imports

      published 2.20.2-a 2 years ago
    • Simple stylelint.io rule tester that uses Jest.

      published 2.1.7 3 months ago
    • Create custom stylelint rules with less boilerplate.

      published 5.1.0 3 months ago
    • Stylelint plugin for managing imports.

      published 1.0.9 5 months ago
    • Stylelint plugin for managing colors. Includes Less and Sass support.

      published 1.1.11 3 months ago
    • The heroic testing package

      published 0.2.3 9 months ago
    • The heroic rest server

      published 0.0.1 2 years ago
    • The heroic high-level TypeScript MySQL interface.

      published 0.0.1 a year ago
    • The heroic high-level TypeScript MySQL interface.

      published 0.0.1 a year ago
    • The heroic finite state machine package.

      published 1.0.1 a year ago
    • iTunes Library Migration Assistant

      published 0.4.0 a year ago
    • Handle all the stuffs in one package.

      published 2.0.7 2 months ago
    • Stylelint plugin for managing arbitrary properties. Includes Less and Sass support.

      published 1.3.1 8 months ago
    • Heroic. Reactive. Functional. Type safe. Web components without compromise.

      published 5.6.0 2 days ago
    • This is a consolidated collection of small helper functions that I constantly use across all my JavaScript and TypeScript repos. I call these functions `augments`. These are things commonly placed within a "util", or "helpers", etc. directory; they don't

      published 2.2.1 2 months ago
    • The heroic, simple, frontend router for single page applications.

      published 1.2.0 a month ago
    • Syncs code examples with markdown documentation.

      published 0.1.11 10 days ago
    • Prettier plugin to force all arrays to be multiline.

      published 1.1.0 2 days ago
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