Compile css into js code that injects styles on the browser and server safe
fight back against email scrapers
A small compile to JS language.
Store data as entity attribute values in memory. Fast queries and manipulation of state.
Get text excerpt that points to a given line and column number
Mount an HTML5 canvas to the full width and height of the web page. When the page is resized the canvas resizes too.
Generate a unique css class or id name.
Does the value look like a cuid?
Lightweight json logger. Works great with systemd, heroku, or lambda.
Turn .less files into isomorphic (browser and node) .js - i.e. require('./somefile.less.js');
Store immutable "facts" and query them with datalog.
Store any string into level, and get a collision free hash of that value that you can use in an index or something.
Inject normalize.css into browser by require("normalize.css.js"). This also returns the css code and safe to run on the server.
For those who don't use JSX and relied on React.DOM.___ just being function calls
Run multiple package.json scripts in parallel (for development)
simple-timeago wrapper that returns "???" instead of throwing up if you give it something truthy that is not a Date object.
simply pass in two callbacks, one that get's called at a fixed time step i.e. 60 fps, the other is called on every animation frame
yet another static site compiler
tokenize any text stream given some basic regex rules to match tokens
Compress browserify require paths for better minification i.e. require('some/long/path') => require(1)
Easy way to layout elements via absolute positioning
Make virtual-dom widgets by using a function closure that persists it's local state between renders.
Encode stringfacts into sortable keys. Decode keys. Make a matcher (partial encoder) to search through keys.