Mark Penner

  • File tree watcher

    published 0.1.4 9 years ago
  • Like `JSON.stringify`, but supports more types.

    published 0.5.3 2 years ago
  • Strictly typed form state manager for React with as you type validation for many inputs with pretty errors using a json-schema definition and rules and a few simple Hooks

    published 1.3.0 a year ago
  • mutate a copy of data without changing the original source

    published 3.1.2 2 years ago
  • This project is abandoned. It turns out that [`Proxy`]( messes with the [context of method calls](

    published 0.9.6 7 years ago
  • Converts a directory full of SVG files into webfonts.

    published 0.3.2 3 years ago
  • published 0.3.8 7 years ago
  • Apollo-GraphQL network interface for sockets.

    published 0.1.11 7 years ago
  • Apollo-GraphQL network interface for sockets.

    published 0.1.15 7 years ago
  • JavaScript library bundler for node and web.

    published 0.4.5 6 years ago
  • Merge HTML attributes

    published 0.1.7 7 years ago
  • A debounce() implementation faster than setTimeout

    published 0.9.5 6 years ago
  • Ordered UUIDs for Node

    published 0.7.0 4 years ago
  • React HOC to asynchronously load data into your component

    published 0.2.2 a year ago
  • A somewhat API-compatible replacement for the fantastic [DataTables]( library, written in pure React (no jQuery) so that you can use JSX and click handlers in your data cells.

    published 0.5.0 a year ago
  • A small OOP wrapper around [`mariadb`](

    published 0.6.0 3 years ago
  • Creating React apps sucks. This makes it a little bit easier.

    published 0.4.0 4 years ago
  • A [webpack]( loader that allows you to import .svg files into a [React]( app and have them inlined without incurring an additional HTTP request.

    published 0.1.2 2 years ago
  • published 0.1.5 4 years ago
  • ```sh yarn add --dev register-pretty-error ```

    published 0.1.4 4 years ago
  • React Restfully is a set of React Hooks and their analogous vanilla JS functions that assist you in fetching data using the fetch() api.

    published 1.1.2 a year ago
  • ## Getting Started

    published 0.2.3 3 years ago
  • published 0.1.9 3 years ago
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  • published 0.1.8 3 years ago
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