Simple tool for backing up your CloudFlare hosted DNS records
binprint scans and digitally fingerprints files with multiple signatures for the purpose of tracing their path through source, build, and release
Vagrant files for setting up dev/test VMs using various cloud providers
Utilities to make standalone CouchDB application development simple
A RESTful CouchDB client based on Heroku's RestClient and Couch.js
Doing the simple stuff so you don't have to
This is the official repo for the CascadiaJS 2014 conference.
A data visualizer that uses " Node Application Metrics" (appmetrics) to monitor and display Node.js application data as a html web application.
Projects that have multiple repositories and individuals seeking to reduce their overhead have adopted shared eslint configurations.
When Codacy scans a project that uses shared rules it appears to scan without any rules enabled at all, which catches nothing.
Supporting this would require that the scanner install a project's
devDependencies as part of the scanning process.
As an example, I opened a PR in a repo that uses shared rules and no issues were found. I then added a commit that pulled all the rules in-line in to the
.eslintrc and it hit the expected errors: https://github.com/strongloop/strong-tools/pull/73
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