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    • A transactional wrapper for tests that use TypeORM that automatically rolls back the transaction at the end of the test.

      published 3.6.1 a year ago
    • A promise limiting/concurrency library that allows you to control how many promises are run at any given time.

      published 3.1.0 a year ago
    • An automated CI tool to help with building packages and ignoring them when there wasn't a change.

      published 4.2.1 6 months ago
    • Additional utilities to speed up standard GCP workflows

      published 1.1.2 2 years ago
    • A CSV splitter that uses inbuilt terminal commands to run super fast!

      published 2.0.1 a year ago
    • A CLI that allows us to generate flags for jest form a json file. This can be used to change flags in conjunction with nodemon.

      published 1.2.0 2 years ago
    • Returns the version in the package.json of the current directory you're in.

      published 1.0.1 2 years ago
    • Runs a dry run on standard-version and returns what the next version would be if you were to run it.

      published 1.1.0 2 years ago
    • Converts an env file to a Kubernetes secret yaml file that you can apply

      published 1.0.6 a year ago
    • A CLI to help with git-flow releases and other version related functions

      published 3.0.0 2 months ago
    • Returns the endpoint of a NestJS controller function. This allows us to change the endpoint or refactor without our code breaking.

      published 1.0.3 a year ago
    • A CLI to add and remove local development environments and create https certificates for them.

      published 2.0.0 10 months ago
    • A CLI to handle our vault infrastructure

      published 1.1.4 a month ago
    • A CLI to help merge branches into other branches and send alerts if they fail.

      published 2.0.2 a month ago
    • CLI that stores values in a config and can be called in bash scripts. If the value is not in the config, then it'll look in your environment variables and if it's not there, it'll ask the user for input. It's a form of caching information for use in bash

      published 1.1.2 a month ago