dom-delegate Create and manage a DOM event delegator.
express-errors-handler Some middleware for Express and Node that sets up Raven (or not as appropriate) depending on sensible environment variables.
fastclick Polyfill to remove click delays on browsers with touch UIs.
fruitmachine A lightweight component layout engine for client and server.
fruitmachine-bindall A fruitmachine helper that binds all the methods in fruitmachine modules to each instance.
fruitmachine-boundarize A fruitmachine helpers for creating component layout boundaries
fruitmachine-fastdom A fastdom helper for fruitmachine
fruitmachine-ftdomdelegate A [ftdomdelegate](http://github.com/ftlabs/ftdomdelegate) [FruitMachine](http://github.com/ftlabs/fruitmachine) helper.
fruitmachine-media FruitMachine helper that allows different setup and teardown callbacks to be called based on media queries
ftcolumnflow FTColumnflow is a polyfill that fixes the inadequacies of CSS column layouts.
ftdatasquasher Data compression and decompression support, packing base64 into UTF8 high and low bytes
ftellipsis Multi-line ellipsis made possible
ft-next-express next-express [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/Financial-Times/next-express.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/Financial-Times/next-express) ============
ft-next-logger Logging utility
ft-next-wrapper Shared templates and view helpers for ft next sites
instantiable-fastdom Allow fastdom to be instantiable so you can clear groups of jobs.
next-build-tools Usage: next-build-tools [options] [command]
origami-build-tools Origami component development tools.
polyfill-service A polyfill combinator
selective-fastclick A very early hack together of FT's [FastClick](http://github.com/ftlabs/fastclick) with [DOM Delegate](http://github.com/ftlabs/ftdomdelegate) libraries.
superstore Local storage, without the bugs, and an asynchronous API
superstore-sync Local storage, without the bugs.
textrequireify Browserify transform to support requireText('plain.txt')
whatwg-fetch The global `fetch` function is an easier way to make web requests and handle responses than using an XMLHttpRequest. This polyfill is written as closely as possible to the standard Fetch specification at https://fetch.spec.whatwg.org.
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