techwraith

22 Packages by techwraith

  • atomify Atomic web development - Combining the power of npm, Browserify, Rework and more to build small, fully encapsulated client side modules
  • atomify-cli A CLI for Atomify
  • atomify-css Atomic CSS - Reusable front-end styling using Rework, plugins, and Node's resolve algorithm
  • atomify-js Atomic JavaScript - Reusable front-end modules using Browserify, transforms, and templates
  • console.loge wow. such console. much loge. wow.
  • flipover TCP server and deployment system that flips from one deployment to another.
  • group-by-time Given an array of objects, where the objects each have some key with a unix timestamp value, break the array into multiple arrays and return them on an object, keyed by the group label.
  • hbs-dir Recursively render a directory of hbs files and copy them to a new directory
  • ribcage A cli wrapper for ribcage-gen, ribcage-preview, and ribcage-docs
  • ribcage-button A button for ribcage
  • ribcage-docs Generate a doc site for a given components directory
  • ribcage-gen A generator script for ribcage components
  • ribcage-menu A menu system for ribcage-ui
  • ribcage-modal a modal for ribcage-ui
  • ribcage-preview Run a preview server for a ribcage component
  • ribcage-switcher A left and right view switcher for ribcage-ui
  • ribcage-top-bar A fixed top bar for your app. Use in modals or as a direct child of the body element.
  • ribcage-view A simple base Backbone view class that adds subviews, rendering, and initialization.
  • scotch-blog A really classy, dead simple, markdown based, blogging framework for node.js
  • scrollfix Small script to fix some of the issues with iOS5's overflow:scroll;
  • webtouch Validate that a web site and all its required resources are available.
  • window-mode A small utility to define and check different responsive "modes" for the current window - e.g. "desktop", "tablet", or "mobile"

1 Package starred by techwraith

  • atomify-css Atomic CSS - Reusable front-end styling using Rework, plugins, and Node's resolve algorithm