- Figures out what the current version of your git project is, bumps it, and tags the current commit with the new version.
- Tool to turn functions with Node-style callback APIs into functions that return Promises
- Some middleware for Express and Node that sets up Raven (or not as appropriate) depending on sensible environment variables.
- Polyfill to remove click delays on browsers with touch UIs.
- Some useful response handlers for using [Fetch](https://github.com/github/fetch) API in the real world.
- A form [FruitMachine](http://github.com/ftlabs/fruitmachine) helper. Hijacks the form's submit event and turns it into an ajax request. Dependent on [superagent](https://github.com/visionmedia/superagent).
- A [ftdomdelegate](http://github.com/ftlabs/ftdomdelegate) [FruitMachine](http://github.com/ftlabs/fruitmachine) helper.
- 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.
- **WARNING:** next-build-tools should **never** be globally installed. Always install as a devDependency of your application.
- [Feature toggles](http://martinfowler.com/bliki/FeatureToggle.html) for Next with abiility to override using `x-flags` header or `next-flags` cookie. Also sends reports to sentry of any expired flags still in use.
- No caching, no models, no complexity, none of that or any of that.
- Drop in metrics for Next Express JS applications, sent to Graphite.
- This project adheres to the [Open Code of Conduct][code-of-conduct]. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code. [code-of-conduct]: http://email@example.com